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New coronavirus can spread among humans (May 14, 2013) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
"The World Health Organisation has warned that a new coronavirus strain could be passed from human to human." (breakingnewsenglish.com)
Carbon dioxide at record high level (May 12, 2013)- a lesson plan with AUDIO
"The level of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere is now at a record high. An American weather station in Hawaii recorded the new high on the 9th of May."
Real Life NYC ‘Superheroes’ Take Matters Into Their Own Hands - Article + Video
"Members of the New York Superheroes go by names like “Snipe,” “Spyder,” “Dark Guardian,” and “Spector,” names
that could have been pulled straight from the pages of a comic book, and they take their commitment to doing good very seriously..."
The Present perfect with Daniel Seddiqui.
"Perhaps, you have seen this young man on TV. Read his intro and work on his unique experience."
50 jobs in 50 states. - a video with an activity :
"Complete the paragraph by filling in the missing terms." Created by Renée Maufroid. (Ac. Lille)
Melancholia: 2nd Conditional - a lesson
"Although many people criticized this movie, I really liked it. Thought-provoking, its two different stories hypnotized me until the last scene.
This activity is to practice the use of the 2nd conditional orally."
What’s the Best Way to Refer to a Romantic Partner?
"One of the oddities of the English language is that though many words have multiple synonyms, and we have words for many things we rarely refer to,
one of the most ubiquitous concepts in American society has no name: There’s no ideal term for an unmarried party in a romantic relationship..."
Everyday - a lesson
"This lesson is designed around a beautiful short film called Everyday by Gustav Johansson and the theme of everyday routines and empathy.
Students imagine and write about a day in the life of their partner, speak about their daily routines and watch a short film. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2)
Time: 60 minutes Language: Present simple for routines, vocabulary related to everyday activities and second conditional."
Quarter of Brits walk an hour a week (May 8th, 2013) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
"Research has found that 25 per cent of British people walk for less than one hour each week. That's just nine minutes a day.
Another 43 per cent walked for less than two hours per week."
Real beauty - a lesson plan
"This lesson plan is designed around a short film by John X. Carey which was commissioned by Dove and the theme of beauty.
Students describe portraits, talk about beauty, watch a short film and write a detailed self-portrait." Language level: Upper Intermediate (B2) – Advanced C1
Time: 90 minutes
Mount Fuji to be World Heritage site- a lesson plan with audio(May 4th 2013)
"Japan's Mount Fuji will become a World Heritage Site in June.
The United Nations decided on April the 30th to give the famous mountain UNESCO World Heritage status."
Hall Pass: Modal for Possibility - COULD - a lesson
"This is a funny movie with great scenes. I had a lot of fun watching it. I used this scene to talk about modals for possibility, especially COULD."
English in a Minute: My Two Cents
"What does it mean when some one says "I'll throw my two cents in?". Watch this program to find out what this means in American English."
Jack Of All Trades
"What does it mean when somebody is a "Jack Of All Trades"? Watch this program to find out what this phrase means in American English."
English in a Minute
"Have you ever heard someone say "What's Up?". Find out what this phrase means in American English."
Nicknames for New York City "One language expert describes why New York City might be called "The Big Apple"."
I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate||Spoken Word by Suli Breaks. "I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate" picks up on the education topic but takes a different stance and angle
from "Why I Hate School But Love Education". This poem talks about..." (Read below the video on YouTube.)
Eye-tracking software will look at you shop- a lesson plan with AUDIO(May 2nd, 2013)
"New computer software will soon be keeping an eye on you, or on your eyes, when you go shopping.
It is called the Sideways project because it tracks the movement of your eyes as you glance at products on shelves."
Nebraska State Symbols Games
"Learning about your state's symbols is a rite of passage for all upper elementary kids.
Remembering your state flower, your state bird, your state tree, your state motto and even nickname can be difficult,
but learning with online games can make it much easier and much more fun!...
Nebraska is also called “The Tree Planters’ State”."
Menu shows exercise needed to lose weight- a lesson plan with AUDIO(April 30, 2013)
"New research reveals that restaurant menus showing how much exercise is needed to burn off calories could be good for losing weight."
The Water Horse: Cryptids, Loch Ness Monster - a lesson plan
"Talking about the mystery that involves the Loch Ness Monster is a common moment in English classes because of its far fetched story.
I edited this scene to make the context more appealing to those who know little about the monsters origin."