eLessons

  • The United States

    Published in June 2010

    This week’s lesson is about the United States, which famously celebrates its national independence on 4th July.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.07mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.12mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.16mb pdf
  • Michael Jackson

    Published in June 2010

    This week’s lesson is about one of the most influential performers in the history of pop music, who died almost a year ago on 25th June 2009: Michael Jackson.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.07mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.06mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.12mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.14mb pdf
  • The 2010 World Cup

    Published in June 2010

    This week’s lesson is about the football World Cup in South Africa, which begins on 11th June.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.07mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.08mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.14mb pdf
  • Unnecessary Cruelty

    Published in June 2010

    This week’s lesson is about animal testing, which is a controversial subject in some countries.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.07mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.11mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.17mb pdf
  • A New Government

    Published in June 2010

    This week’s lesson is about the recent British general election, which provoked renewed debates about the merits of the electoral system and eventually resulted in something very unusual in British political history: a coalition government.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
  • Graffiti

    Published in May 2010

    The subject of this week’s is something that is part of urban landscapes all over the world: graffiti.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.06mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.09mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
  • The Red Cross

    Published in May 2010

    This week’s lesson is about one of the world’s most highly respected humanitarian organizations, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. May 8th, the birthday of the founder of the Red Cross, Henry Dunant, is World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.06mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.1mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.04mb pdf
  • Generation Gap

    Published in April 2010

    This week’s lesson is based on the views of three people about the differences between the generations in contemporary Britain.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.08mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
  • England

    Published in April 2010

    To mark England’s national day, St George’s Day, on 23rd April, this weeks lesson is based on various facts about the country.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.07mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
  • Zoos

    Published in April 2010

    This week’s lesson is based on three differing opinions on the subject of zoos.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.08mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.06mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.12mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf

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