I've been studying "Spies" by Michael Frayn with one of my classes. This is a novel set in the Second World War.
Also, intermittently, I've been trying to improve the students' use of the apostrophe.
An essay, yesterday: "The Second World War was between the German's and the Jew's."
There's really not a lot for me, as the teacher, to feel smug about here, is there?