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Ana McGinley
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Native English speaker, CELTA certified language teacher, author, editor, blogger and general wordsmith.
Native English speaker, CELTA certified language teacher, author, editor, blogger and general wordsmith.

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beautiful short film - and a fantastic way to teach some simple vocabulary to elementary students!
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Insights into what it is like to live in an aged care facility....
As a sideline, I review books for a news website.  My latest review is for the book:   The Secret Life of Hendrik Groen 83 1/4years old.   This popular book, originally written in Dutch, covers the daily tribulations of Hendrik Groen, a resident of an aged ...
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I am studying to become an English teacher. Analysing the English language is proving to be funnier and more complicated than I would have guessed.
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Recognising Dementia
I came across this article today - published in Real Simple.   The article  is about recognizing the signs of dementia and obviously comes at an opportune time as many of us will be celebrating Christmas with our older friends and relative.  Most importantl...
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My favourite example of gamification is https://www.duolingo.com/ - a language tool that makes learning Dutch an addictive fun daily task.@NU Social Marketing MOOC
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Palliative and Hospice care need inclusion in care plans.
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Carers: 3 Tips for Improving End of Life Care for Loved Ones
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a family caregiver you will eventually need to think about how you will care
your loved one in their last months, weeks and days – and whether they will
need to be moved to a hospital, a hospice or other care facility. After 15
years as an Aged Care Spec...
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