Dear Students and Friends,

Welcome to our blog! Finally – a modern means to interact with students online.

The vision I have for this blog can be explained simply although it will not be a simple task to achieve.  My dream is to make this site an interactive mini-newspaper forum.  It will start small but will grow – after all  – Rome wasn’t built in a day. 

Its structure will be based around my own personal and teaching interests that I would like to share, hoping to provide not only easy reading and listening material for students but hopefully will inspire others to share their thoughts, stories and opinions on a wide range of topics: from cooking to current events.

Guest bloggers are most welcome to contribute their own articles, videos and learning exercises.  And anyone who would like to volunteer for an interview over the phone to be part of the blog’s online video or listening shows, then please step forward.

When possible, each blog entry will be a way to teach vocabulary or grammar points through context.

For more information about how The Boston School/Rose Nassif Travers can assist you in learning English as a second language, please visit our website:  www.thebostonschool.com 


8 responses to “Home

  1. Hello, I desire to subscribe for this blog to obtain most recent updates, thus where can i do it please help. bkeakdefebfc

  2. What’s up, always i used to check website posts here early in the dawn,
    as i enjoy to find out more and more.

  3. So sorry it took me so long to respond to you John. I haven’t blogged lately but will be starting up again shortly. I will enter your e-mail address into the sign-up form and then you should start getting my most recent updates.

    Thanks for your interest in my blog!

  4. Hi there! Thank you so much for your question. I needed to know that there really were people out there that cared. Nice to know you do! Will be posting some new stuff today!

  5. Hi Rose, congratulations on your great ideas. I like the way you link to a useful dictionary or thesaurus. I’ll think of ways to help – either giving it to my students, or recommending it on my networks, or providing some articles. Graham

  6. Thanks for checking out my blog Graham. Nice to hear from you. And definitely – your articles are welcome.
    Take care! Rose

  7. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about article source. Regards

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