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Best free and legal music download sites The Internet has made it easy to get a free download of just about any song you want. The problem, however, is that free music isn’t always legal music. If you’re the honest type and you like to pay for your tunes and support the artists, labels, and retailers who distribute them, then illegal downloading simply isn’t an option. Before we get started, however, it should be noted that there are dozens of ways to listen to music freely and legally without downloading it onto a device. Furthermore, most free and legal music you come across isn’t likely to be from familiar mainstream artists — if you’re looking for legal music downloads, don’t expect to get all the hottest tracks from your favorite bands. So, if you absolutely must download your music, you want to do so without paying a dime or breaking any laws, and you don’t mind if a lot of popular favorites are missing, read on. Free Music Archive NoiseTrade Noisetrade is part free music site, part artist promotion platform. Amazon

Video Lesson: Mr. Bean Follow me on twitter This is a video lesson based around the video “Mr. Bean packs his suitcase” thanks to British Council for bringing it to my attention in their lesson plan on making predictions but I’ve adapted it for use in different ways with different levels. Kids and lower levels The aim of this lesson plan is to practice holiday vocabulary (clothes and items that go in a suitcase) and some basic grammar structure. Project a picture of a suitcase on to the board (or draw one) and ask “What do you put in your suitcase when you go on holiday?” toothbrushtoothpasteswimming shorts/trunkstowelunderpantscan of baked beanscloth/flannelsoapbooksuitcasetrousersshortsshoesteddy bearscissors You could also use this quizlet set to go over clothes vocabulary. If children are old enough to write, put them in pairs and hand out post-it-notes and a pencil to each pair. Mr. in his suitcase. Then stick all the post-its on the board and show the video. Higher levels – video dictations Objects: Verbs:

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ESL Videos Welcome to EnglishClub ESL Videos, where you’ll find a growing collection of short films and video clips, some with subtitles, quizzes and classroom materials. Learning English Video ProjectWith subtitles and classroom materials. A unique 7-part series of documentary films about people learning English in different countries around the world. Divided Kingdom (13 minutes) - Comments With subtitles and classroom materials. The Ghosts (5 minutes) - CommentsWith subtitles and classroom materials. Swiss Spaghetti Harvest (2 minutes 24 seconds) - CommentsWith transcript.This BBC documentary film, made in 1957, is an absolute classic of its kind. The Gambler (3 minutes 30 seconds) - CommentsWith subtitles and lyrics. The Truth About Pisa (15 seconds) - CommentsLearn the extraordinary yet real reason why the Leaning Tower of Pisa leans! Talking TEFL Trailer (1 minute)

700 films rares et gratuits disponibles ici et maintenant C’est un cadeau immense comme seul internet peut nous en offrir. Plus de 700 films rares totalement gratuits, disponible immédiatement grâce au site OpenCulture qui se bat pour éduquer et donc transmettre le meilleur de la culture totalement gratuite sur le web. On ne peut alors s’empêcher de céder aux sirènes cinématographiques qui sont ici multiples et très sophistiquées. Les films, courts ou longs métrages, présentés sont pour certains des chef-d’œuvres inoubliables à découvrir ou redécouvrir ou mieux encore, des perles rares comme les premiers court-métrages de réalisateurs comme George Lucas, Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, Jean Cocteau, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali, Andreï Tarkovski ou encore Christopher Nolan, David Lynch, Tim Burton, David Cronenberg, Sofia Coppola…bref, vous en avez pour tous les goûts. Nous avons quant à nous réalisé une première sélection pour terminer les nuits d’hiver avec bien plus d’émotions contemplatives que ce que peut offrir Netflix ou CanalPlay…

Mr. Beat's Social Studies Channel Did Nader play the role of spoiler? In my first video collaboration with my friend Will from Political Junkie, I provide evidence why Ralph Nader absolutely did not spoil the presidential election of 2000. If anyone did, it's probably George W. Bush. Please check out Will's counter argument video here: subscribe to his wonderful channel: Sources: Ok, I commonly hear the myth that Ralph Nader, the legendary consumer protection activist, spoiled the election of 2000 by “stealing” votes that would have gone to Al Gore, the Democratic nominee. It’s easy to see why they did.

Lyrical English | Free Song Based Lesson Plans 5 great activities for using movies in the EFL class Persuading students of the usefulness of watching English-language movies at home isn’t hard, but there are many things you can do to bring films into the classroom as well. Here are 5 great activities for using movies in the EFL class. Half in half out Choose a scene from a movie that you’d like to work on, preferably one with lots of movement and lots of dialogue. Divide the class into two groups, A and B. Mini-Oscars If you can set some time aside each lesson, this makes for a great project. Dub your favourite scene Great for pronunciation practice, and fun for everyone to watch, this activity consists of choosing a scene from a movie and having students practice a key dialogue (it works best with scenes that have two or three characters). Customer reviews One of the text-types that students might be called upon to write in the CAE is a review, usually of a book or a movie. Everybody likes a good movie, but not everybody has the same taste. Who’s in it? You might also be interested in…

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