Home-baked worksheets

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If you have been reading my blog for some time, you may have noticed that I rarely write about very new articles or posts. It’s not because I am so behind on my schedule: in fact, my favourite curation method is to let things sit in my archive for a while. If I still remember an article after several weeks, it means it’s definitely worth sharing.

Kamila’s post about creating home-made materials is one of those pieces that only get better with time. Her description of the process is detailed and practical, the example activities are simple and easy-to-use, and the message is very clear and positive: yes, any teacher can make their own worksheets, and yes, it’s very easy and quick. And a lovely metaphor at the centre of it all: making materials for your own students is a bit like cooking for your favourite people. It really is, isn’t it?

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