This blog started as a class blog but now it's a story blog -mainly about journeys.So just close our eyes and let the images and sounds and smells and sensations come to you.
Check out this mini-story I made as a slideshow
I hope you enjoy it!
Inanimatealice project from iStories
This blog is, as from today (12 Dec. 2009), a tribute to James Hadley Chase, who wrote with great precision zillions of novels set in the USA , without (hardly)ever having set foot in it. I hope I can measure up to him -even if only just a bit.
After some painstaking and futile attempts I've realised that Chase must have been a much more conscientious man when it came to geographical accuracy (or just plainly much more into maps than I am). So, while still dedicated to him, I hope readers will forgive -and perhaps enjoy- some creative licence on my part...
I taught English as a Foreign Language (EFL)for about 20 years.My learners' ages varied from 6 to 60+ and their levels from beginner to advanced (A1-C1 on CEFR scale).I'm interested in blended learning,in fostering life-long, autonomous learning skills and in how the brain works when we learn.
I'm now majoring in chemistry.