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  1. Keep the Wheels Turning: Cycling in London

    Photo: Tatjana Berg. CC-by-nc-sa

    Pupils learn new vocabulary, watch and listen to a video clip from YouTube, prepare a short speech and write an instruction: How to Use Boris Bikes

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2013 11:12

  2. El Condor Pasa: songs and quizzes

    The link has popular songs and different video clips with transcripts and quizzes.

    It helps to practise listening comprehension and to enrich vocabulary.

    Tatjana Berg - 28.01.2014 11:34

  3. Listening | GetEnglishLessons.com

    Listening activities, conversation lessons, songs, grammar with worksheets

    Tatjana Berg - 30.01.2014 13:09

  4. A brave survivor: Thon's story - ABC Shepparton - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    With a flight from Kenya to Australia, everything in Thon's life changed. He was free from 14 years in a refugee camp and about to start a new unimaginable life. ABC Open community contributor Kayla Warwick found out about his journey for One on One: Goulburn Valley Refugees.

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 21:46

  5. History by Topic (short documentaries on the history of the USA)

    The website provides good sources to different topics: videos, articles, speeches and pictures.

     

    Tatjana Berg - 06.01.2015 18:37

  6. Eat Happy Project by Tesco (videos, resources for teachers, recipes)

    The different videos and recipes can be an additional material in educating children and teens about food.

    The website is developed by Tesco.

    Teachers can find some helpful worksheets  there too.

     

    Tatjana Berg - 16.06.2015 18:47

  7. Go To Gate. Project: Guide

    Lisens: CC-by-nc-sa, foto: Norwegian, NTB Scanpix

    Pupils apply for a job in a travel agency by sending their application and CV. Then they are invited for an "interview" and eventually they are given the job. Pupils choose a country and a city in any English speaking country as their destination. The whole project has different stages, e.g.day 1: From the airport to the hotel (a "guide" has to inform "tourists" about the hotel)

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2013 12:58

  8. The Tempest by W. Shakespeare and other animations,audios and transcripts by BBC school radio

    The website is a helpful resource in studying literature. It has good animations and audios. Simplified texts are always provided.

    Tatjana Berg - 19.05.2015 18:53

  9. Love Story by Erich Segal (audio,1hour 20 min.)

    The audio of the famous book by Erich Segal (with subtitles) is a good source for learning English and English literature in particular.

    Pupils can work with the novel individually, in groups or in class. The level of difficulty is 3 , i.e. the text is quite easy.

    The novel discusses many themes such as love, the American Dream, education, social inequality, challenges and so on.

    Love Story can be used in vocational classes. Those students, who have problems reading long texts, can practice listening comprehension.

    Tatjana Berg - 20.01.2016 18:12

  10. Walk the Line (film about Johnny Cash) Oral and written communication in FYR

    Students practise basic skills by writing answers, discussing different topics from the film and listening to Johnny Cash`s songs.

    The aim of the lesson is to stimulate teamwork and communication.

    Tatjana Berg - 20.01.2015 21:50

  11. My Dream Job

    The Scottish Radio features 20-minute long interviews with people of different professions, e.g. a ballet dancer, a teacher, a computer game designer, and etc.

    The programmes can be used to improve listening comprehension of Scottish English.

    Tatjana Berg - 19.05.2015 19:34