Schools World Service from the BBC and British Council | British Council Schools Online. These short films for both primary and secondary schools are designed to raise students' awareness of topical international stories and their effects on the lives of children. (with thanks to Graeme Hodgson for sharing)
Prize-winners This lesson is based around a jig-saw reading and looks at winners of this years Goldman prize, which honours ordinary people who have done extraordinary actions to protect nature, th...
Do you want to focus on people's achievements in classroom? Fed up of the pop stars, business gurus and sports personalities in the coursebooks? Try this lesson for B1 level upwards. These people have really achieved something worthwhile. Great vocabulary and presentation skills practice
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