Musiville: A Teacher’s Tale

Check out Musiville: A Teacher’s Tale, by Nicholas Rossis, as featured in this post from his blog.

Nicholas C. Rossis

It was my birthday a couple of days ago and I had a lovely surprise: a surprise gift from a Greek reader friend, who teaches children English as a second language. She wrote to me to let me know how she uses my children’s book, Musiville, in the classroom. With her permission, I am sharing here. I hope you enjoy her story as much as I did!

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Musiville: A Teacher’s Tale

Hi Nicholas,

I teach English as a foreign language to young children. From my experience, at these ages, if you give them exercises and grammar rules they will soon loathe the classroom. I love the English language and would not want any of my students to come to hate it, so I always look for fun activities to promote both learning and pleasure. And, if I can keep my class happy, creative but calm, I…

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