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April 2013, Tea Break »

[2 Apr 2013 | Comments Off on Holiday reading | ]

Chintan Girish Modi With summer in the air and vacation on your timetable, here’s a good time to indulge in some reading. Apart from all the page-turners and classics piled on your table, do dip into the work of some of the world’s most respected educational practitioners, thinkers, activists, and philosophers. Your reading list will […]

January 2009, Tea Break »

[8 Sep 2010 | Comments Off on The times how they change! | ]

We’ve often heard that the more things change, the more they stay the same. But when we look at the world inhabited by our children, it’s difficult to agree with that.

September 2010, Tea Break »

[1 Sep 2010 | Comments Off on Have a cuppa! | ]

Teaching is a fulfilling but tiring job so take a break and refresh yourself with these enticing tea receipes.

March 2008, Tea Break »

[8 Jul 2010 | Comments Off on Signs of our times? | ]

From the ubiquitous stationary stationery shop to the fatal promises of dry cleaners who promise to do a great job of die-ing your clothes, the signboards along the street can be a source of puzzlement to those un-initiated into the wonders of the several local varieties of Hinglish. Trying to figure out the erroneous zones […]

January 2008, Tea Break »

[5 Jul 2010 | Comments Off on Shapes within shapes | ]

Some of us like to puzzle over words, others like problematic numbers while quite a few of us enjoy grappling with logical conundrums.

November 2007, Tea Break »

[30 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

Teacher Plus introduces interesting word games for teachers to take a break from everyday school schedules. These games can also be played as a classroom activity, with children, helping them improve their English language skills. The solutions to the games in this series will appear in the next issue. The first three entries with the […]