For those with not much to do, some free recommendations:
Audible has shared a site with a curated selection of books in different languages you can listen for free.
What a night for democracy! The Spanish people decided to participate massively this time. My highlights:
If you ever had to teach this part of the exam you may have spent endless hours trying to find a picture with good enough content related to the topics so it can be described by the students. Furthermore, at some point, you might have even felt so frustrated that you even considered becoming a photographer and staging the whole thing but it can be way more simple than that.
Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Book: Jérôme Piron et Arnaud Hoedt, La faute de l’orthographe: La convivialité (Textuel).
Source: Clique Dimanche – CANAL+
Since I am still saving up in order to afford a PGCE I can’t spend much money on treats anymore but fortunately, there are still ways to treat yourself without breaking your piggy bank. This time I would like to recommend the Instituto Cervantes e-library. I’ve recently got access to this wonderful library catalogue and I would like to share my opinion about it.
Yesterday it was not Free Comic Book Day but it was el Día del Cómic Gratis in Spain and since I forgot to post about the first one (to be fair it was mother’s day in Spain so I had relevant plans that could not be ignored) I thought I could make up with this post on the Spanish celebration day.