Today was one of those days where I am feeling less of energetic than I normally feel. I had it in me at the beginning. I woke up wanting to paint. But after the first layer, at the very beginning … Continue reading A frustrated try …
As an English Language Instructor for students from all around the world, I am always asked about the best way to continue studying English after finishing the course. My friends and family always ask me about the best way to … Continue reading Tips from an English language teacher!
The title is a line from the song “Lonely Sea” by the Beach Boys Inspired by a quick search on google under the title “Ghost Ship Painting”. The image on the feature is actually a high exposure version of the … Continue reading “You’re like the lonely sea”
Yesterday I decided I will climb the stairway to the Coit Tower of San Francisco with my husband. It was his first time and my third climbing up. It is an equivalent of climbing up 24 stories of meandering staircase. … Continue reading Climbing to the Coit Tower
A black and white day at the De Young Museum of San Francisco California with my students from Embassy English SF. All photos are edited using VSCO on iPhone 8Plus Continue reading De Young Museum
The title is a line from the song “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head” by B. J. Thomas This shows exactly how much I am slacking on learning & practicing new techniques. I usually watch videos and clips of paintings, … Continue reading “The blues they send to meet me Won’t defeat me”
Introduction: For so many years, the use of student’s native language was frowned up by many linguists and teachers. A new approach in teaching EFL emerged in the Saudi pedagogical context where teachers and learners have started to use Arabic … Continue reading Teachers and Learners’ Attitudes towards the Use of Arabic in EFL Classrooms in Saudi Arabia