Day 2 is over. After a wonderful Pecha Kucha event hosted by Jeremy Harmer, I almost forgot my tiredness, sleeplessness ( my biologic rhythm, unfortunately, hasn’t realised yet that I’m in Brighton and I keep waking up exactly at the same time I have to get up at home)Last year I watched the PK live at home while doing the ironing. That night I really wanted to be there and promised myself to do my best to be able to attend the next IATEFL and it just happened and I was there with my friends and enjoyed watching the amazing Pecha Kucha presenters. For me, PKs are very difficult as you have to present something and at the same time you have to be humorous, witty, engaging and fast. I congratulate on all of them for the beautiful work they did today.
Well, today I and Karin had also enjoyed ourselves walking around Brighton with 23 other delegates. Our guide was great and I can say she was a wonderful storyteller as well. Walking through the lanes, she told us stories and really made the moments of the tour memorable for us.
I'm an EFL teacher and a teacher trainer. I am trying to integrate technology in my classrooms and sharing my thoughts and reflections on my blog. I started several online collaboration projects with my students and we really enjoy doing them. I'm evab2001 on twitter.
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