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    I wonder if all classrooms in Spain are like this? They look so archaic.

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    Itís a bit full on BRITISH AAAAAH for my personal tastes but itís nice to see the room a bit less dull than it obviously was before!!! Makes it more fun to learn!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak View Post
    I wonder if all classrooms in Spain are like this? They look so archaic.
    I suppose it is what you are used to. My school was a 1950s building and we still had all original wooden desks in the science labs with roll down blackboards that were original. The school I work at I can tell from the building is a 1970s one, tbh at least it's light + airy.

    Quote Originally Posted by lawrawrrr View Post
    It’s a bit full on BRITISH AAAAAH for my personal tastes but it’s nice to see the room a bit less dull than it obviously was before!!! Makes it more fun to learn!
    Haha I had to keep British theme because it is English lessons and the academy logo etc is all Union Jacks. Not that I am complaining.



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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
    I suppose it is what you are used to. My school was a 1950s building and we still had all original wooden desks in the science labs with roll down blackboards that were original. The school I work at I can tell from the building is a 1970s one, tbh at least it's light + airy.
    Yeah. A lot of schools I've seen in the past 10 years are brightly coloured and exquisitely decorated. Most have smart boards, a few still have whiteboards. I haven't seen a blackboard in years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
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    Here's my classroom. It was PLAIN with nothing when I arrived, nearly done now. Aiming to put a poster up (pop art style) of the Queen on the front wall, will start putting up kids work too, and may get some LED strip lights around the black board for the evening classes so can have red/blue/white.



    You definitely made the best of a bad situation, not the nicest and colourful of classrooms but youíve definitely made it a lot more fun to learn in, Iíd say. Love the idea of the Queen pop art, thatíd be lovely. And enjoy your blackboard - thatís a very rare sight nowadays. Looks great mate.

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    Woot woot. I just found this post and I did the same like you! I go back and forth. I always try to make sure every students speak even the one that their classmates said never talk to any teacher at all, previously. It must have been the new teachers'vibe!

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