Young Brits on Internet 27 hours a week (16 May 2015) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
"A new survey in Britain reveals that young people spend over 27 hours a week online. This figure has trebled..." (breakingnewsenglish.com)
New typeface to help with dyslexia
"The Read Regular scheme avoids using letters that can be inverted or mirrored to look alike, and can be confusing to people with dyslexia.
But it still looks like ordinary text."
Common French Words in American English- Text + Audio
"English is loaded with French words. Even if they mean something bad they sound so good. So read on to learn how to say them properly."
Discover America's Appalachian Trail - Text + Audio + Video
"The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest and most famous footpaths in the world.
We went to the historic town of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, the halfway point of the 3,400-kilometer-long Appalachian Trail.
Also known as the AT, this famous trail passes through 14 states in the eastern U.S."
US daredevil Dean Potter dies during flying stunt - 18 May 2015
"The 43-year-old died while attempting a wingsuit flight from the 7,500 ft (2,286m) Taft Point promontory
in Yosemite National Park, a park spokesman said... He was the first to climb Yosemite's three most famous big walls in a single day.
He was also renowned for his high-line walks and high-risk parachute jumps, some of which he carried out with his dog."
Pakistan - Indian Border Closing Ceremony "Captain and Clark go to the Pakistan border to watch India close their gate in a nightly event.
Every day, at sundown, the Indian border guards get in a shouting match with the Pakistani border guards,
almost kick themselves in the face, and then slam the gates closed.
This event draws tourists from all over India, who rejoice in their national pride."