This week’s lesson is about animal testing, which is a controversial subject in some countries.
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.
The subject of this week’s is something that is part of urban landscapes all over the world: graffiti.
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.
This week’s lesson is based on the views of three people about the differences between the generations in contemporary Britain.
This week’s lesson is based on three differing opinions on the subject of zoos.
The subject of this week’s lesson is darts, the popular pub game that is played by around ten per cent of British population and which has also become a highly competitive professional sport.
This week’s lesson is based on descriptions of four cases of unusual animal behaviour, three of which are true and one of which has been invented.
This week’s lesson is about Alice in Wonderland, the classic work for children written by Lewis Carroll in 1865 and recently adapted into a film version.