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?
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ACE TEFL is a centre for teachers of English as a foreign language: a place where teachers can learn, develop and get qualified. ACE TEFL was founded in January 2021 by George Vassilakis and Alexander Makarios, two teacher educators with many years of experience of working with teachers in various contexts and capacities.
ACE TEFL offers a range of services to prospective and practising teachers of English and school owners , including:
short seminars, webinars and workshops for teachers on specialist topics
longer courses on various aspects of English Language Teaching
a range of consultancy services for language schools.
‘Accomplished’ is a word used most often than not to describe fulfillment or the realization of one’s goals. Although the maximum potential reached in any endeavor is clearly of a subjective perspective, the demands of both the current and emerging job markets have become quite challenging, thus rendering further education an essential element to keeping abreast not only in the workplace but in an ever-evolving society. ‘Lifelong Learning’ as it is now widely known, has become a staple in further advancing our own education as well as establishing an even stronger presence in class. Perhaps the most crucial question an educator might ask himself is, “Do I really need to further my studies? I already have a job!”
It may seem like the semicolon is struggling with an identity crisis. It looks like a comma crossed with a period. Maybe that’s why we toss these punctuation marks around like grammatical confetti; we’re confused about how to use them properly. Emma Bryce clarifies best practices for the semi-confusing semicolon. Lesson by Emma Bryce, animation by Karrot Entertainment.