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  1. BBC-South Africa:Social-Economic Issues:Education

    The link is a good source of information about South African issues. It has articles, interviews with manuscripts and assignments for students.

    Tatjana Berg - 15.01.2014 20:48

  2. Could you pass a US citizenship test?

    A questionnaire  with correct answers will help revise some knowledge on the USA.

    Tatjana Berg - 04.09.2015 13:40

  3. The Ultimate Safari by Nadine Gordimer (full text online)

    The story is told through the eyes of a child; thus, it is not difficult to follow. However, it is a bit too long (has 2 parts)

    The important issues: refugees, war conflicts, refugee camps, families, compassion, empathy, global challenges, general humanity, children in war conflicts.

    The author reads from The Ultimate Safari:

    http://www.pen.org/book/nadine-gordimer-the-ultimate-safari

    Tatjana Berg - 21.05.2015 11:15

  4. Great Books in Canadian Private Domain

    The website offers online novels, short stories and essays by popular writers, for example, Ernest Hemingway, C.S. Lewis.

     

    Tatjana Berg - 20.08.2015 10:47

  5. Gifted Hands. The Ben Carson Story (a true story about a neurosurgeon)

    Pupils practise different basic skills by reading some excerpts from the book by Ben Carson or watching a TV film based on the book.

     There is an online educational package for teachers to stimulate oral and written communication in class.

     

     (NDLA)

     

    Tatjana Berg - 14.10.2015 11:19

  6. The House on Mango Street, audiobook read by the author. The website offers many audiotexts.

    The audiobook is a good source to work with a short stories by Hispanics.

    The chapters are short and can be taught separately.

    Combining listening and reading is an essential way in improving English skills in the differetiated

    classroom. 

    http://esl-bits.net/

     Ungdommer. Foto.

    Tatjana Berg - 11.01.2017 14:17