eLessons

  • Food challenge

    Published in February 2008

    This week’s lesson consists of different exercises on the subject of food.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.08mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.11mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.04mb pdf
  • The unexplained

    Published in February 2008

    This week’s lesson looks at unexplained phenomena such as ghosts, UFOs and psychic powers.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.09mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.02mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
  • Environmental crisis

    Published in March 2008

    This week’s lesson looks at differing views on the global environmental situation.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.02mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
  • The United Kingdom

    Published in May 2009

    This week’s lesson is based upon a collection of facts about the United Kingdom.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
  • Potatoes

    Published in May 2009

    This week’s lesson is about a highly important and hugely popular food: the potato.

    • 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 0.13mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
  • Basketball

    Published in May 2009

    This week’s lesson is about basketball, which some claim to be the world’s most popular sport – ahead of football – in terms of the number of people who play it regularly.

    • 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 0.03mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.08mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
  • Tom Hanks

    Published in June 2009

    The subject of this week’s lesson is an American star who regularly comes near the top of polls in which the public are asked to choose their favourite film actor: Tom Hanks.

    • 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
  • Reasons to be cheerful

    Published in June 2009

    This week’s lesson features contrasting feelings of optimism and pessimism in the face of current economic, political, social and environmental issues.

    • 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 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
  • What makes a good school

    Published in June 2009

    This week’s lesson features students’ opinions about what constitutes a good school.

    • 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 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf
  • Plenty more fish

    Published in June 2009

    The subject of this week’s lesson is a recent documentary film, The End of the Line, which argues that due to overfishing there might soon be very few fish left in the world’s oceans.

    • British Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.05mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.02mb pdf
    • American Versions
    • Student's Worksheets 0.04mb pdf
    • Student's Worksheets 0.09mb word
    • Teacher's Worksheets 0.03mb pdf
    • Glossary 0.03mb pdf

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