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Do you make a difference?

We’re into the last, long stretch before the summer holidays now.  Those of us who work in school settings will be enjoying a well-earned break, while the rest of us may experience a lull in demand as clients take their families off for the last skiing of the year, or the first outings at the beach.  Many of us are feeling a bit frazzled.  If that’s you, here’s a little something to help you find your militant edge.  Sure, you have one.  You’ve just forgotten where you put it!

And before I let you see your easter video, I must thank Paul of the Teacher Lounge for the videos I’m presenting here.  You can visit his excellent blog by clicking here if you’re too lazy to scroll down to the end of the page.

Good luck to you if you manage to use this in class.  Here’s another Taylor Mali poem which you might find you can use… or keep for yourself…

If you don’t work with children you may feel that this has little to do with you.  If so, try reading one of these…  I’m taking a holiday from blogging next week, so you’ll have something to read ;  )



About Catherine Kennedy

Second year undergrad (super-mature) at Sheffield Uni doing single honours Religion, Theology, and the Bible. (Formerly TEFL teacher in France)

2 comments on “Do you make a difference?

  1. Kemi

    Yeah, tell me about well-earned breaks! I’m in Majorca on holiday…. R-e-laxing! 😉

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