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About angeleannandrews

I am Anglo Maltese and live in Surrey with my husband and son. I have been teaching languages for almost 30 years. Having been trained in Anthropology, I have social issues at heart. When I was nearing 50, I wished to use my talents to make money for charity. I have created 50 photo-poems which will be featuring on this site. If you wish to encourage my effort, please give a small donation to ShelterBox http://www.justgiving.com/user/23773460 after reading my poems. Many people are out there actually tackling the world's problems. We may not be able to join them but every little helps.Thanks a million! Angie

It’s time for social poetry: In Assembly and Other Poems by Angèle Ann Andrews offers a variety of poems for every mood. Enjoy!

In Assembly an… By Angèle Ann Andrews Book Preview Go for a quality gift book. Poem anthologies that are thought provoking make great coffee table books. I have chosen Blurb because the colours jump off the page. The Blurb code … Continue reading

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Of penguins and French learning

Help your children tune into French by watching seasonal French clips such as Pigloo – Papa penguin: https://youtu.be/DN59pKJoF34 Encourage French reading by singing lyrics to easy Christmas songs :

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Ilona Mitrecey – Noël que du bonheur

Are you teaching French to KS3 students? ‘C’est les vacances’ and ‘Un Monde Parfait’ by Ilona Mitrecey always go down well. Here’s her Christmas festive song- Noël que du bonheur: ‘Noël Que Du Bonheur’ Ilona Mitrecey ♫ Noël… ♫ C’est … Continue reading

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Spanish verbs IR and VIVIR in Preterite form.

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Asking about dinner-time in Spanish.

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Eating out, in Spanish.

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What do you eat on holiday? Spanish verb ‘Comer’ in Present and Preterite tenses.

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