background preloader

BBC Learning English - Lingohack

BBC Learning English - Lingohack

Related:  UsingListeningReadingeikaiwaWords in the News

Peer-on-Peer Abuse Course descriptionThought-provoking case studies and scenarios to strengthen participant’s knowledge of peer-on-peer abuseAn additional peer-on-peer abuse toolkitAdditional resources to expand learningAnswer explanations for those who achieve the pass mark Buy as a standalone course This course costs £16.00 excl. VAT and you can buy online today. Buy Macmillan Dictionary BuzzWords Macmillan Dictionary Buzzword: sharewashingA lesson plan by Tim Bowen giving tips and suggestions for using the Macmillan Dictionary BuzzWord article on sharewashing.Macmillan Dictionary Buzzword: moto-dopingA lesson plan by Kerry Maxwell giving tips and suggestions for using the Macmillan Dictionary BuzzWord article on moto-doping.Macmillan Dictionary Buzzword: swipeA lesson plan by Kerry Maxwell giving tips and suggestions for using the Macmillan Dictionary BuzzWord article on swipe.Macmillan English Dictionary Buzzword: BrexitA lesson plan by Tim Bowen giving tips and suggestions for using the Macmillan Dictionary BuzzWord article on Brexit.Macmillan Dictionary Buzzword: onestopenglish is 15!

Listening: A Tour of London Tower Bridge, London (Copyright: Getty) When you visit a city for the first time, a good way to explore it is to go on an organised sightseeing tour. The tour will give you an overview of what there is to see and also provide you with some historical background. A popular way of seeing London is to go in one of the red double deck buses. This tour will take you around London by bus. Dina Goldstein's Fallen Princesses shows Disney's Snow White and Cinderella unhappily ever after Snow White's failed marriage, an alcoholic Cinderella and an obese Red Riding Hood: Cynical photo series shows Disney princesses living unhappily ever after By Margot Peppers Published: 15:13 EDT, 6 August 2013 | Updated: 03:27 EDT, 7 August 2013

Vocabulary Lists : News This Week in Words: July 22-29, 2017 No time to scour the headlines or watch the news? No problem! We’ve rounded up the top ten words heard, read, debated, and discussed this week. Chapters were opened and closed this week. Jordan Spieth salvaged his British Open performance while the book closed on the often vehement Sean Spicer's tenure as White House press secretary. Listening Listening Lessons Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - Idioms and phrases using the word 'Dog'. Get the phone! - A listening exercise. Listen to the phone conversation and then answer the questions. Listening Exercise: The Birthday Party - A listening exercise.

SANTA CLAUS AT CLAUS.COM Santa Claus has the Village full of new fun this year for both kids and parents. Check your Naughty or Nice rating on the new Nice-O-Meter ™. Visit the new Toy Workshop to choose your personal Elf Buddy and see the most incredible Toy Making Machine yet. At Santa's House, see him playing basketball and having snowball fights on the The Santa Show.

Benefit fraud in the United Kingdom Benefit fraud is a form of welfare fraud as found within the system of government benefits paid to individuals by the welfare state in the United Kingdom. Definition of benefit fraud[edit] The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) define benefit fraud as when someone obtains state benefit they are not entitled to or deliberately fails to report a change in their personal circumstances.

Get in on the Act I: Beginner Grammar Get in on the Act I: Beginner Level That’s really amazing! Liven Up Learning! Watch these short, entertaining videos and learn how to use the following basic grammar in a simple conversation: modal verb “can”to be and to havesome, any, much and manypresent perfect: Have you ever … Act I worksheets with pre-listening exercise, complete script and role plays are available at:

Understand what you read Learn words with simplifies difficult English. Enter hard sentences (or whole chapters) into the yellow box at the top of the page. (You can also enter a web site URL.) Click Rewordify text and you'll instantly see an easier version, for fast understanding. The reworded words are highlighted— click them to hear and learn the original harder word. Rights Activists Criticize Trial of 17 Reporters in Turkey A trial of 17 journalists opened this week at a courthouse in Istanbul. The writers and media workers are accused of involvement in the failed attempt last July to overthrow Turkey’s government. The defendants face long jail sentences, of up to life in prison, if they are found guilty. The first hours of the trial on Monday were spent reading from more than 200 pages of charges.

14 Must-Read Anti-Bullying Books for Kids Bullying and cyberbullying is a difficult topic for everyone–students, parents, and teachers, and it’s an increasing issue in classrooms statewide. In fact, 1 out of 4 teens are bullied and 1 out of 5 kids admit to being a bully. What’s even more startling is that 282,000 students are physically attacked in secondary schools…each month. With these statistics, it’s more important than ever to teach students about the negative effects of bullying, early-on. With the help of our awesome teacher community, we compiled these anti-bullying books (organized from youngest to oldest) that address teasing, friendship, self-esteem and more. 1.

School Supplies - Kenn Nesbitt's Print This PoemRate this poem From the book Revenge of the Lunch Ladies Backpack. Fruit snack.

Related:  storia