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2017 weekly news lesson archive

The full archive of available weekly news lessons published in 2017.

2017 news lessons

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  • Hi there! Sorry to hear the stories aren't quite sparking enough interest for you. We have to be very careful when choosing news articles as they are used in classrooms around the world so it's easy to offend by choosing a topic that might be controversial or not acceptable in a particular country/region.

    Having said that, are there any particular topics you'd be interested in seeing in the news lessons? We can't promise to include them but we can certainly try.

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  • Good news lessons, but the content is deathly dull. Would it be possible to publish some more interesting news stories?

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  • Thanks a lot.

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  • Hi there,

    Thanks for your feedback. The license for the Guardian news lessons expires after one year so once a lesson has been on the site for a full year it is removed. You can find the 2016 news lesson archive here:

    Any videos that are linked out to from PDFs are done so as we don't have the permissions to host them on the site so we are not able to embed any external those videos.

    We do, however, have authentic video content shot on location in London with attached worksheets and transcripts that you can find here:

    Hope that helps.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • hi, is it possible to download past archives of news lessons?
    also, would it be possible to offer subsribers downloadble hyperlinked videos or audios in case the websites are blocked or not easily accessible in a classroom setting in China?

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