Hi everyone, It's April Fool's Day today. Do you use jokes in class? I often do in order to bring some fun or just cheer up my students at the end of a tiring day. However, I sometimes struggle to find good clean jokes. Here's a few favourite jokes that always manage to make my students smile: Q: What do you call a sleeping bull?
A: A bull-dozer. "What is the plural of man, Willie?" asked the teacher.
"Men," he answered.
"And, what is the plural of child?"
Games have always played a vital role in my classes. But my students have been enjoying a special treat recently. It was not until I came across some fantastic board games that my students realised that learning English could be: "sheer bliss" & "full of fun and joy" All teachers know that GAMES are a great learning tool and we should use them as often as possible. So I can't wait to share with you my secret: REGIPIO LANGUAGE GAMES offers : GRAMMAR GAMES SPEAKING GAMES MEMOR