New Publication – The Show Must Go On

Meet Melanie; a young aspiring actress with an unconditional love for life. She wants to travel, go to school, make new acquaintances, star in Broadway, but wait… how can she do all that if she’s in a hospital bed?

All profits of this book will be donated to the aid of children with cancer.

I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the realization of this endeavor, all of whom worked for free or for a symbolic minimum fee.

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You may contribute to this cause with a minimum donation of 2€ by choosing any of the payment methods mentioned in their official website: www.elpida.org/donations/
Even if you can’t contribute, you can still download the book for free.

Author: Katherine Reilly

Illustrator: Lamya Muhammad Sharaby

Designer: Noha Amin

Printer: MS Press SA

Copyright © 2021 by Katherine Reilly

ISBN: 978-618-85446-0-4

Students and Procrastination – How Can I Motivate Them?

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by Katherine Reilly – Teacher Trainer and Author

Article originally published in ELT NEWS

Procrastination is a trait most people are familiar with. How many times have you been faced with a challenge you would inadvertently or purposely delay because you couldn’t find the energy or desire to accomplish it? Lack of motivation is usually the cause and this is a concern most teachers aspire to rectify by implementing different approaches with various degrees of success.

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A Brief History of Toilets – TEDEd

On sunny days, citizens of ancient Rome could be found exchanging news and gossip while attending to more urgent business at the public latrines. Today, most cultures consider trips to the restroom to be a more private occasion. But even when going alone, our shared sewage infrastructure is one of the most pivotal inventions in human history. Francis de los Reyes shares the history of the toilet.