About me: I’m Paul Morris, a speech-language pathologist with a long developing interest in teaching language. I have published a book of language activities (101 Language Activities) and have been creating this stuff for over two decades.
About the content: This site has been in operation since 2008. There may be something from a long time ago that was copyrighted – if so, let me know, and I’ll fix it. All of the images for a long time now have either been created by me, taken by me (as in with a camera), or used from a free to use, creative commons site, such as Pixabay, morgueFile, or Clker.
About my philosophy: Because language is so complex, the most effective language teaching addresses specific areas that are less developed within each specific learner. The best way to prepare to target a learner’s specific needs is to have a large variety of well organized materials ready to choose from. The most effective therapy uses words specific to a learner’s developmental area. This applies to oral language and written language (writing and reading). More on my philosophy can be found on my other blog, The Language Fix.
About my motivation: These activities have given me a creative outlet for several years. I hope that others can benefit from them as I have.