Latest weekly news lesson
Thousands of people have taken to beaches in Australia in order to protest against the controversial catching and killing of sharks longer than three metres. Critics of the cull say that it will prove ineffective and that there is no evidence it will reduce the number of shark attacks on humans.
Who was St Patrick? What is the history of St Patrick’s Day? In this webquest you will find the answer to these questions and learn about how 17th March is celebrated around the world.
Graine Lavin's fun St. Patrick's Day reading lesson includes a quiz on all things Irish!
Schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai was shot by the Taliban in October 2012 in order to silence her and kill off her campaign for girls’ education. Nine months and countless surgical operations later, she delivered a defiant speech at the UN on her 16th birthday.
Luke and James Vyner present a series of cinematic listening lessons that will take you and your students on a fantastic adventure through London – with your guide, Lord Jeffrey, the Ghost of London. Part audio guide, part audio play, this thrilling listening experience will excite and engage your learners whilst introducing them to the vibrant city of London and the colourful language that fills its streets.
A series of articles by Jamie Keddie, containing lesson plans, teaching tips and suggestions for using art in the classroom. All the articles are designed to allow you to develop the ideas further and to adapt any suggestions to your own students' needs and interests.
New this month
In a gesture of goodwill, Tim Bowen explains the uses of this tricky word.
A new audio serialization of the elementary-level Macmillan Reader, The Prince and the Pauper, with accompanying transcripts, teacher’s notes and student worksheets by Daniel Barber.
Teaching English in companies can involve teachers working in an unfamiliar environment with restricted resources and a range of cultures, customs and constraints they are not accustomed to.