Hello English language learners and friends of Blue Noun English Language School Perthshire! Today our English language school for creative minds talks books, and asks the question: Are books still good resources for English language class?
As it’s World Book Day 2021, I’ll not tease you: it’s an absolute and enthusiastic YES from us. Although our English classes are largely conversation-based we use a combination of both books and digital platforms to get you talking: books are an amazing resource for English language class!
Your English language coaches are ‘bookworms’!
“So as our young team member celebrates World Book Day in her own way (by attending school dressed as a dog), I’m going to have just one more rummage in the Blue Noun bookshelves – and I urge you on this day to work out a way to share a book that you love too”.Ruth
Books are GREAT resources for English language class!
Blue Noun English Language Challenge
We hope we’ve convinced you that books are still very relevant resources in English language class.
We cover a broad range of topics in our language school blogs – some a lighthearted look at Scotland, others an in-depth look at art and culture. There’s something for everyone.
If you’ve liked this blog, you might want to read our English tips blog:
5 ways to use BBC Radio to learn English here.
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Use the comment section below to tell us about: a book you love to share.
Write as much as you like, and if you would like us to check & correct your English, write CP (correct please) at the end.
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