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Tag Archives: Magic
The Henry Brothers and Döruk Ülgen took their ‘The Man with the the Power’ show to Ankara where they performed to an eager and enthusiastic crowd of teachers at the Özel Ayşe Abla Elt Conference. They drew parallels between the … Continue reading
Like many bloggers we’ve included a “blogroll”, a list of links to other blogs and websites we think you may enjoy. But we wanted to give you a little more information about them than can be found in the basic … Continue reading
Strong Wind Once there was a great warrior named Strong Wind. He lived with his sister in a tent on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Strong Wind had an amazing power. He was able to make himself invisible. His … Continue reading
The title of this year’s Istanbul Çevre Schools ELT Conference was ‘The Magic of Getting the Best Out of Students”, so the Henry Brothers decided to explore what the two trades of magician and teacher have in common. And to … Continue reading