Learning your own mistakes

This lesson is devised by Rachel Sneyd. Rachel is currently completing an undergraduate degree in History and Politics at Trinity College Dublin. She is a keen writer and has just submitted her first teen-fiction novel for publication. This lesson is one of two parts that Rachel won the recent Homework Club innovative teaching competition with. The… Continue reading Learning your own mistakes

Autour le Monde- Around the world

This lesson is create by Annika Stephan who was born in Düsseldorf. Completed her Abitur in 1996 and moved to Ireland in 1997. Commenced studies in Cultural Studies & French at DKIT in 1997. Completed BA Hons. in Heritage Studies & French at GMIT in 2002. Lived & worked in France between 2001/02. MA Hons.… Continue reading Autour le Monde- Around the world

Writing Diary Entries and Speeches

This lesson is devised by Rachel Sneyd. Rachel is currently completing an undergraduate degree in History and Politics at Trinity College Dublin. She is a keen writer and has just submitted her first teen-fiction novel for publication. This lesson is one of two parts that Rachel won the recent Homework Club innovative teaching competition with. You… Continue reading Writing Diary Entries and Speeches

Innovative lessons competition

Last week we had a competition amongst all the teachers at The Homework Club to submit some of their everyday innovative lessons. I had a tough job with my friends in the pub one evening picking the winners! We had to divide the prize out between three in the end, we just couldn’t pick one… Continue reading Innovative lessons competition

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Poetry Pictures

This lesson is one of three parts that won Conor the innovative lesson competition. Conor Sneyd has just finished his third year of studying English at Trintiy College. He’s always loved English, because he’s always loved reading, and he thinks that if Shakespeare was still alive he’d be annoyed that everyone takes him so seriously.… Continue reading Poetry Pictures

Stickmen Shakespeare

This lesson is one of three parts that won Conor the innovative lesson competition. Conor Sneyd has just finished his third year of studying English at Trintiy College. He’s always loved English, because he’s always loved reading, and he thinks that if Shakespeare was still alive he’d be annoyed that everyone takes him so seriously.… Continue reading Stickmen Shakespeare

Sneaky Shakespeare

This lesson is one of three parts that won Conor the innovative lesson competition. Conor Sneyd has just finished his third year of studying English at Trintiy College. He’s always loved English, because he’s always loved reading, and he thinks that if Shakespeare was still alive he’d be annoyed that everyone takes him so seriously.… Continue reading Sneaky Shakespeare

Human Clock

This lesson was created by Ellen Kelly. She is in her final year studying Maths and Biology at NUI,Maynooth. She has always enjoyed maths and hopes to teach it at a secondary school level soon enough! however when im not pondering some maths problems or prepairing my classes she likes to relax with a bit of… Continue reading Human Clock