Monthly topical news lessons
Topical news items with worksheets for each level for you to use in class. Each worksheet contains vocabulary, speaking and grammar work as well as reading practice.
All the articles are from the Guardian, onestopenglish's principal news partner. As well as using the language exercises which accompany each article, you can exploit these news texts in a number of ways:
- as extra reading, especially for advanced students;
- by asking students to compare the political slant of different news organizations;
- as a way to start projects on the issues covered, etc.
Please note: All news lessons are available on the site for a full year from the date of publication. They are then removed to make way for new, fresh and up-to-date news lessons.
Latest monthly news lessons
Seventy-five percent of millennials have created at least one social media account but what about the remaining twenty-five percent?
Consumption of tea, baked beans and sliced bread has fallen since 1974 whilst takeaways, pizza, pasta and fruit have become more popular.
The death of the most performed playwright in the world is to be marked in Stratford-upon-Avon, London and across the globe.
David Bowie, who has died of cancer, blazed a trail of musical trends and pop fashion, reinventing himself, his music and media across many decades.
From driverless cars to environmentally friendly vehicles, here are some ways that technology promises to revolutionize transportation.
Home invasion: one fifth of young adults in the UK are still living with their parents until at least the age of 26.
According to one leading sleep scientist, we should all be starting work at 10am (unless you are in your 50s).
With the global population rising, cutting food waste by a quarter would mean enough for everyone, according to the UN.
On the remote Aegean island that has only three shops, two restaurants and runs on cash, time is running out.
The Indian prime minister leads police, pupils and civil servants on the International Day of Yoga, but angers some religious minorities.
Popular in China and Europe, E-bikes are greener than cars, but Americans remain wary of bicycles with motors and batteries.