Posts Tagged ‘workbook’


27 March 2014

twitter: @eugenio_fouz


I am a teacher crazy enough to nickname my students´ textbook Tom and my students´ workbook Jerry. Yes, I feel crazy enough to refer to our MOODLE space as Moe (the barman at the Simpsons), the bilingual pocket dictionary, D. I (di ai) and the customized worksheets on grammar, vocabulary and stuff, P.Pa.

A ball pen is 3 (three). A bloc will be Finn

Controlling marks and attendance data through two charts

25 December 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz


Surname /tra10 TEST60 workbook02  notebook1111  oral sk.1111 atte06


There is always a way to do things right. A teacher can control attendance of his students by designing a chart in a landscape-view page containing empty boxes for ticking missing days in a whole term. Writing in ballpen can be a bit dirty so it is much better to use pencil instead.

A teacher controls marks by designing another chart containing empty boxes for numbers rating from 0 to 1 or 0 to 60, for example. In this chart there are boxes for writing marks on attendance, workbook activity, oral skills, translations, notebook, etcetera.

(*) marks chart 

Workbook conditions

9 December 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Red Nose Day (UK)

Red Nose Day (UK)


1. /Write your name and surname in ballpen


2. /It is not a good idea to use a workbook from a veteran student with the answers on it.


3. /Write in pencil


4./ Do one page every day in the classroom or at home


5./ Do not cheat, that is, do not copy the answers from a classmate


6./ Do not write in Spanish


7. /Understand messages: do not finish a task if you do not know the meaning of the words you are writing


8. /Enter moodle every week or every two weeks to search for keys to the workbook or some other issues



Eugenio Fouz

Get your book (Tom) now, please!

24 October 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Tom & Jerry (book and workbook)

Listen up, kids! If you are reading this post via wordpress or moodle learn that we will name Tom to our Student´s Book (whatever it is) like the house cat from TV. Our Workbook or Exercise Book´s will be known as Jerry. Tom and Jerry were two characters from a famous cartoon TV series created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. These animals were quarrelling and fighting all day long. Tom was a cat. Jerry was a mouse.

I have found that we (students and myself) are in a mess when we deal with one book or the other. Now, we have the chance to identify the big book with a cat and the small, thinner book with a little mouse.

Journalism As Literature

A graduate seminar at the University of Florida


Elements of True Gentlemen


Disentería literaria


El primer blog de Garrafón en habla hispana

A Guy's Moleskine Notebook

Books. Reflections. Travel.


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