Tag Archives: Japan
Here’s a new package of Literature Done in English on Archive.org. Written by Douglas Perkins and Adam Pearson, last updated 2017-03-06. If you haven’t seen the book before, check out the PDF or ODT first.
I recently made some major revisions to Say What You Think. I wrote and used the textbook in 2014 and then went a few years without teaching 12th grade. The new school year’s course assignments just came out, and I’m … Continue reading
Basic English arithmetic is good practice for junior and senior high school students. If we aim for math that students learned in elementary school, then the challenging thing is saying the expressions in English. In particular, large numbers are difficult … Continue reading
The study of English literature has numerous benefits. When studying poetry, students learn about syllables, sounds, and how to choose between words that have similar meanings yet differ in nuance. Taking a glance at prose gives students a look at … Continue reading
I first wrote this textbook in 2015 for a tenth grade English class in Japan. My students are planning to study abroad in eleventh grade. A good way to learn to do math in English is to do math in … Continue reading