Monthly topical news lessons
Monthly news lessons are sourced from The Guardian, onestopenglish's principal news partner, and include topical news items with worksheets for you to use in class. The lessons in this section are available at pre-intermediate/intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced levels.
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
The first six months were hard but accepting the challenge and finding a new way of living has left the author wealthier and wiser.
Daline, ten, from Yaoundé, loves learning. Safeguarding her development, and that of millions of other young girls, could shape the world.
As Democrats try to understand their loss to such an unpopular and divisive rival, problems with Clinton’s campaign offer some explanation.
As the digital age makes people more lonely, an actor has created a service to stroll with strangers – but the job is more people whisperer than walker.
Children from ages two to 14 sleep, eat and study in subterranean refuge while the bombing continues overhead.
Tom Currie says he will spend two months travelling around New Zealand to capture all the Pokémon released for the game.
Cleansing ourselves too often means wasting increasingly valuable drinking water – and it can actually backfire when it comes to good hygiene.
A review highlights serious failings in how tips are managed by some businesses. Here, we ask waiters for the inside story on service charges.
Venture capitalist Dan Sullivan’s BetterBoyfriend.me is a service that sends girlfriends and wives presents like chocolate and tea every month.
Seventy-five per cent of millennials have created at least one social media account but what about the remaining twenty-five per cent?
Consumption of tea, baked beans and sliced bread has fallen since 1974 whilst takeaways, pizza, pasta and fruit have become more popular.