An ESL Conversation Card Game to Enable Good Communication Knowing a second language today is more a necessity than option. And with English being the most widely used language of international business and global communication, the number of people learning English these days is quite impressive. As with any language, one always begins by comprehending the language, then speaking it, and finally being able to writing in that very language. School Report - Lesson 4: Broadcasting news This lesson explains how to group stories into bulletins and the art of presentation. It also introduces the art of headline writing. Video: Broadcasting News - Huw Edwards BBC newsreader Huw Edwards explains what's involved in broadcasting the news. Labour leader Ed Miliband urges banking sell-off 8 July 2012Last updated at 10:38 ET Ed Balls: "The government is dragging its feet" Labour has demanded that top High Street banks should be forced to sell off hundreds of branches in a "root-and-branch" reform of the industry. Shadow chancellor Ed Balls told the BBC that the government was "foot-dragging" on the issue. Labour is proposing that the sold-off branches should be used to create "challenger" banks, to increase lending and competition within the sector.
Of Mice and Men Adults can't decide if they want to require you to read John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men—or make that sure you never even pick it up. Since it was published in 1937, it's been banned about as often as it's been assigned. Why? Take your pick, really. Killing. The Princess and the God (Asian Indian Folktales) Published as the picture book Savitri: A Tale of Ancient India by Albert Whitman, Morton Grove, Illinois, 1992 In India, in the time of legend, there lived a king with many wives but not one child. Morning and evening for eighteen years, he faced the fire on the sacred altar and prayed for the gift of children. Finally, a shining goddess rose from the flames. “I am Savitri, child of the Sun. By your prayers, you have won a daughter.”
Behind the News Weekdays: 02/06/2017 watch BTN Investigates Have you seen or heard something in the news you'd like explained?Add Question Welcome Book Gallery Over 12,000 kids have sent in their message to refugees.View Hunting for a way out of Britain's double-dip recession 8 July 2012Last updated at 20:20 ET Adam Shaw investigates rising food prices in Britain's double-dip recession With Britain now in a double-dip recession for the first time since the turbulent 1970s, Panorama's Adam Shaw offers an analysis of the nation's ability to revive its finances and asks if the poor are increasingly being left behind. We have indeed been here before. Poems for... - Home - one world, all ages, waiting Poems for... supplies small poem-posters for public display free of charge. The poems go to schools, universities, libraries, healthcare waiting rooms and many other settings. The project is based in the UK but the poems go all over the world.
The Key To Writing Great Headlines That Drive More Traffic When I was a kid, one of my favorite movies to watch was Disney’s 101 Dalmatians. What can I say — those puppies were so stinkin’ cute! One of the movie’s quotes that always stuck with me was something Rodger says to Anita: “Melody first, my dear, and then the lyrics.” It’s a rule that many musicians stick to, but his words have some application for today’s topic. Headlines to articles and blog posts are much like the melody that set the tone for the rest of what you’re about to write .
WHAT’S GOING ON IN THIS PICTURE - The Learning Network Blog Photo Students 1. After looking closely at the image above (or at the full-size image), think about these three questions: What is going on in this picture?What do you see that makes you say that? Inside a knife-point mugging 8 July 2012Last updated at 20:14 ET By Tom Symonds Home Affairs correspondent People read thousands of newspaper headlines about crime and policing, but an experience like a knifepoint mugging allows you to truly see the system at work. He came from the darkness behind me. "Mate?" I spotted the knife straight away.
7 Ways to Write Super Catchy Headlines in 2017 This is a guest post by Marissa Lowman. Headlines are the lifeblood of web and landing pages. Ever since the <h1>tag was invented, they’ve been the most important copy on a page…making or breaking the story or idea being communicated. If there is one consistent finding in landing page testing, it’s that headlines play one of the most crucial parts in conversion. A good headline pulls readers in to learn more while a bad headline fails to resonate and loses readers instantly. Download our free report here for even more data-backed tips on writing awesome titles and headlines.