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Latest Guardian news lesson

22nd June 2017: Why Netflix’s ‘skip intro’ feature is bad news

The ability to avoid watching the opening credits of certain titles is a sign that the company lacks reverence for cinema history.

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Methodology

Teaching articles, ideas and tips to top up your teaching and support your professional development.

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Skills

Over 3,000 resources on listening, reading, writing, pronunciation, speaking and vocabulary.

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Grammar

Puzzled by the past perfect? Muddled about modals? Look no further than the onestopenglish Grammar section.

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Vocabulary

Resources based on a variety of vocabulary areas including dictionary skills, metaphors and our popular series BuzzWords.

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Teaching children

You'll find a selection of fun and stimulating activities for children aged 6-12 in this thriving section.

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Teaching teenagers

Lesson plans and ideas to inspire and engage teenage learners of English and to activate learning across all four skills.

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Business English

Hundreds of specialized resources dedicated to the world of work including Business Spotlight and Business Basics. 

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English for Specific Purposes (ESP)

Practical materials dedicated to professions such as banking, nursing, HR, law and more.

Pick of the week

Everyday life: Food and drink: You are what you eat

In this lesson, students talk about which foods are healthy and which are unhealthy, and answer a food questionnaire.

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Themed resources

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London resources

A guide to London, Live from London and other resources to help your class learn about the home of onestopenglish.

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Story-themed resources

Everybody loves a good story and what better way to teach English than through a gripping tale!

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