Chris Curtis is an English teacher and head of department with over a decade’s experience in education. Chris is forever reflecting on what aspects of his teaching work best for his students and, as an avid reader and blogger, is a big believer in sharing the practical solutions that he finds to tackling difficult problems in the classroom.
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