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Photographer’s notebook: Iraq war
"WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT It's been 10 years since U.S.-led forces waged war in Iraq.
In this collection of some of Reuters iconic images from the conflict, the photographers provide a personal account of the events they captured. 45 PHOTOS" (blogs.reuters.com)
Be Happy - a lesson plan - This website is temporarily unavailable. Try
"This lesson plan is designed around a short video which was inspired by Be Happy: A Little Book to Help You Live a Happy Life by Monica Sheehan.
Students speak and write about happiness, and watch a short video. Language level: Pre-intermediate (A2) - Intermediate (B1) Learner type:All ages Time: 60 minutes Activity: Speaking, writing and watching a short video Topic: Happiness and being happy Language: Gerund as subject of sentence and imperatives"
Soccer player banned for life for Nazi salute (March 19, 2013)
"A Greek football player has been banned from playing for his country for life after making a Nazi salute on the pitch.
AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis, 20, made the gesture after scoring the winning goal for his team on Saturday." - a lesson plan with AUDIO
How Do You Determine Whether to Use Who or Whom?
"Here’s the distinction: Use who to refer to the subject of the sentence (“I am the person who you are looking for”)
and whom to refer to the object of the sentence (“Whom have you invited?”)..."
Natasha Bedingfield Beat Bullying Advert
"Natasha Bedingfield in a Beat Bullying Advert in 2004. Other celebrities include Sharon Osbourne, Vernon Kay and Keisha Buchanan from the Sugababes."
(YouTube) I am
"I am the person you bullied at school
I am the person who didn't know how to be cool
I am the person that you alienated
I am the person you ridiculed and hated..."
Study shows money makes us worry (March 17, 2013)
- a lesson plan with AUDIO.
"A new study from the BBC shows that looking after money isn't easy. Over 109,000 people took part in the BBC's Big Money Test.
It was one of the biggest ever studies on the psychology of money."
The Amazing Spider-Man: Wish - a lesson plan
"The Spider-Man is one of my favorite cartoon characters.
The movies are great and this scene, which is about getting even, is excellent for a contextualized practice on WISH."
EU bans sale of all animal-tested cosmetics(March 13, 2013)
"The European Union has introduced a complete ban on the sale of cosmetics that have been tested on animals.
From Monday, no companies or stores will be allowed to sell cosmetics that were developed using animal testing." - a lesson plan with AUDIO
No real freedom for tigers saved from traffickers- 12 March 2013
"Talks on measures to stop the trade in endangered species are reaching a conclusion in Bangkok.
The city is one of the world's centres for the illegal trade in exotic animals.
Fifteen thousand live animals have been seized there in the last year.
However, being saved from the traffickers does not always mean freedom, as Jonah Fisher reports." + 'Extinction crisis' focus for summit
'Historic' day for shark protection - 11 March 2013
"Three types of critically endangered but commercially valuable shark have been given added protection at the Cites meeting in Bangkok."
ARTICLE + VIDEO
Ten Ways to Avoid Gender Bias
"How do you write around the outmoded usage of the pronoun he or him when a male is not necessarily the subject of the reference?
Here are ten strategies — none ideal in every circumstance — for achieving gender neutrality..."
12 Types of Language
"A variety of terms distinguish the kinds of languages and vocabularies that exist outside the mainstream of standard, formal language.
Here are twelve words and phrases that denote specific ideas of language usage..."
Catholic Church chooses Argentinian Pope (March 15, 2013)
"The Catholic Church announced its new Pope on Wednesday. It took those responsible for electing a new pontiff just two days to choose a successor to Pope Benedict."
- a lesson plan with AUDIO.
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World Builder - a lesson plan
"This lesson is designed around a beautiful short film by Bruce Branit called World Builder.
Students speak and write about a perfect world, and watch a short film.
Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper-intermediate (B2)3 Time: 60 minutes...
Language: Vocabulary related to describing cities and second conditional..."
Wreck-It Ralph: Dialog Writing - a lesson plan
"This animated movie is innovative and highly creative. It is great to see animation based on video games characters we all know - most students do!"
"is a song by the Beatles, part of the climactic medley on their 1969 album Abbey Road...
"Golden Slumbers" is based on the poem "Cradle Song", a lullaby by the dramatist Thomas Dekker.
The poem appears in Dekker's 1603 comedy Patient Grissel..." Golden slumbers kiss your eyes, Smiles awake you when you rise. Sleep pretty wantons, do not cry, And I will sing a lullaby; Rock them, rock them, lullaby. Care is heavy, therefore sleep you; You are care, and care must keep you. Sleep pretty wantons, do not cry, And I will sing a lullaby; Rock them, rock them, lullaby."
GOLDEN SLUMBERS - THE BEATLES
(YouTube) + LYRICS : "Golden slumbers,
Fill your eyes
Smiles await you when you rise
Sleep pretty darling
Do not cry
And I will sing a lullaby..."
The Wealth Report 2013
"The Wealth Report provides the definitive global perspective on prime property and wealth.
It includes a guide to the performance of the world’s key luxury residential markets and HNWI growth forecasts over the next decade for over 80 countries and cities."