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- '''WHO TO SAVE..'''.- a 2-3 hr Intermediate lesson including reading, speaking, vocabulary, grammar (yes/no questions)
- *‘The best help for refugees comes from simple volunteers.’
- Argument: Is it time to stopping trying to make the economy grow?
- BRAZIL - 2-3hr lesson for Intermediate learners: lots of reading, speaking & vocabulary about interesting global justice issues in Brazil as a background to the Olympic Games
- Categopry: technology
- Climate Caravan 2014
- Do we want public or private ownership?
- Football for child miners in Burkino Faso
- From this month's blogs
- GUIDE / QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS MONTH'S ARTICLES
- How much do you know about the world and global justice issues?
- LESSONS FOR INTERMEDIATE LEARNERS AND BELOW
- LESSONS FOR UPPER INTERMEDIATE LEARNERS AND ABOVE
- Learn alone: self-access lessons
- Main Page
- Matteo Salvini - Italy’s far right politician?
- Myth 4: Economic migrants – do they take too much from rich countries?
- NANJALA FROM KENYA SAYS SHE FLIES TOO MUCH'''. Pre-Intermediate: Reading, Vocabulary, Question practice.
- Our doctors and health workers are dying, we need Personal Protective Equipment now’
- PUBLIC OR PRIVATE OWNERSHIP?: - a 2.5 to 3 hour lesson for Upper Intermediate learners: speaking, reading, vocabulary, and writing
- Photo stories
- SHOUD WE ... - a 2 hr Intermediate lesson including reading, speaking, writing and language of advice
- The big banks and the waste of time and energy
- Tibet: the destruction of Llasa
- Trans: language and defintions
- Voluntary teaching of refugees
- WHO TO SAVE...- a 2-3 hr Intermediate lesson including reading, speaking, vocabulary, grammar (yes/no questions)
- We must not see undocumented migrants as criminals
- What grammar to teach at what stage
- Whose streets are they? - a 3 hour lesson for Upper Intermediate learners: speaking, reading,vocabulary, and pronuncoiation
- Will the newest technologies help everyone