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Dickens - A CHRISTMAS CAROL – scanning and listening comprehension in a Christmas context – pre-intermediate

Dickens - A CHRISTMAS CAROL – scanning and listening comprehension in a Christmas context – pre-intermediate | British life and culture | Scoop.it
A Christmas classic in two pages to practise scanning and listening comprehension skills is another way of approaching Dickens and acquiring exam skills.   I summarized the story to be done in a...
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English Reading - World Celebrates British Royal Baby

An easy vocabulary and reading lesson for English language learners and kids about the birth of Britain's new royal baby. Read a simple text about the baby son of British Prince William and his wife Kate, and complete a follow-on online quiz.
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Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Class System

Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Class System | British life and culture | Scoop.it
English News Lessons: Free 26-Page lesson plan / 2-page mini-lesson - Class System - Handouts, online activity, mp3... current events.
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Reading - Valentine's Day - Funky English

Reading - Valentine's Day - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
Home > Lessons > Reading - Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is a popular annual holiday celebrated on the 14th of February. On this day…
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British Culture - Touch Wood - Funky English

British Culture - Touch Wood - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
In Great Britain another phrase you may hear people say is touch wood or knock on wood. This is an interesting British superstition that has been around for ma…
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British Culture - Tea - Funky English

British Culture - Tea - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
British people love to drink tea! If you ever visit Great Britain you will definitely be offered a cup of tea. We love tea in the morning, on a break at work,… (Talking about British Culture - Tea!
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No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a modern translation you can understand

No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a modern translation you can understand | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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New Year Celebrations in England - Elementary English Reading Activity

New Year Celebrations in England - Elementary English Reading Activity | British life and culture | Scoop.it
Elementary and Pre-Intermediate English reading text about New Year customs and traditions in England, for EFL students and kids.

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The School System in England | Learn English

The School System in England | Learn English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
Learn English. 1 FREE English lesson added every single day. Grammar, vocabulary, listening & reading
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St George and The Dragon - Elementary Graded Reader

St George and The Dragon - Elementary Graded Reader | British life and culture | Scoop.it
Simple English reading activity for adult English language learners and kids. Read an easy version of the story of St George and The Dragon. Browse our site for many more quizzes and activities on festivals and celebrations, free teaching resources and free online English courses for classroom use or self-study.
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Internet damaging 20,000 U.K. stores

Internet damaging 20,000 U.K. stores | British life and culture | Scoop.it
English News Lessons: Free 26-Page lesson plan / 2-page mini-lesson - Retail Chains - Handouts, online activity, mp3... current events.
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Queen Elizabeth The Second of England - Fact File

Queen Elizabeth The Second of England - Fact File | British life and culture | Scoop.it
A fact file and reading activity for English language students, to accompany a webquest about Queen Elizabeth II of England and the 2012 Diamond Jubilee.
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Reading - Roald Dahl - Funky English

Reading - Roald Dahl - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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Roald Dahl was a British author who wrote many wonderful books for both children and ad…
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Reading - Guy Fawkes - Funky English

Reading - Guy Fawkes - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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Guy Fawkes is an infamous British historical figure who for tried to blow up the Britis…
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British Culture - Crossed Fingers - Funky English

British Culture - Crossed Fingers - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
In Great Britain you might hear the phrase I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. Let's take a look at what this interesting superstition means!

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Happy New Year!- Read, listen and learn a little English!

Happy New Year!- Read, listen and learn a little English! | British life and culture | Scoop.it
Around the world, people celebrate the new year in some strange ways.  In Scotland, the first person to visit your home after the midnight bells is called the first foot.  If it’s a tall, dark man,...
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Royalty

Royalty | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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Alice Wujciak's curator insight, December 28, 2012 7:22 PM

Royalty . . . what could this be?  

 

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