A little piece of news…

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I have heard back from MEDDEAS…that have sent me a Preference Form to complete and return it them. I am very excited about the idea of moving away and living in Spain. I choose to start September 2015; this will give me time to actually print off and download LOADS of resources ready to use with the students. This will also give me enough time to sort my finances and save money for life abroad. I know that I am being a little presumption; but I have decided to stay positive and have the dream of achieving all I can achieve.

I have downloaded from Mind Snacks the Spanish version of their Language App; I just hope that the SmartPhone with behave and allow me to actually ‘play’ the games and learn Spanish.

One of my helpers at my Guide unit is studying Spanish and I think it is great how she can swap from English to Spanish with ease. This reminds me of myself with my Sign Language; as I am always switching between the two. I wonder if I will continue to do that when I am teaching abroad. I will keep you all posted with that…

I cannot believe that we have broken up for the October Half Term today for a whole week; I am looking forward to the time off. This is due to having to plan for my NaNoWriMo novel which I will be completing during the thirty days of November. I am aiming to complete it; well at least the fourth chapter anyway.

I am going to splash out and buy myself a 32GB memory stick (and in the future buy an external hard drive) to store all my Resources upon. I know how much a teacher collects over the year with resources, mark books, displays etc.; I can always create my own if I cannot find what I am looking for, can’t I?

I have ‘bought’ (well it is in my cart ready to buy on pay day) the next two Specialist Modules I have not completed at i-to-i TEFL. Advanced Grammar TEFL Certificate is the last Specialist Module I have left to do…I think I will use that as a reward for completing NaNoWriMo…good idea right?!

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  1. Congratulations on the offer! That must be exciting. And you’re right, the time between now and then will be brutal, but it seems essential to make sure everything goes smoothly.

    Good luck in Spain! I’ll be following and seeing how everything goes.

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