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Title: Next Stop Please...
Date:1 February 2015
Topic:A dog has taken the bus without her owner to a dog park. People can take dogs on buses in Seattle but Eclipse goes on buses without her owner to a dog park. A Hong Kong toddler who just loves watching buses got the ride of his life after sneaking onto a double-decker which took him on a trip half way across town. (Transport pets, past continuous, past simple, adverbs of manner.)
LevelElementary
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Title: Better Late Than Never
Date:1 January 2015
Topic:An overdue copy of "Gone with the Wind" has been returned to a high school library in Washington state, 65 years past its due date. (Libraries and late returns, borrowing books, scanning, jigsaw reading, role play and dialog, saying sorry.
LevelPre-Intermediate
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Title: London's Perilous Past
Date:5 March 2015
Topic:Londoners in the 17th century were never far from danger as plague, infant mortality and angry mobs menaced the capital, burial records showed. This research is a window into one of the most turbulent periods of London's past. (London, history, seventeenth century.)
LevelIntermediate
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Title: Teeth or Web?
Date:5 March 2015
Topic:Spider silk may lose its claim as the strongest known natural material after researchers found that limpet teeth have more mettle. (Natural materials and strength, minerals, similes, modal verbs - may, might, could.)
LevelUpper-Intermediate
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Title: NOPE
Date:1 March 2015
Topic:The desperate cry of a mother finding her 17-year-old son dead from a painkiller and another prescription drug instantly silences hundreds of students who listen to her 911 call. That recording is the gut-punch that anchors a new educational program aimed at combating the rising abuse of prescription opioid abuse among U.S. young adults. (Drug overdoses, teenagers, anti-drug education programs.)
LevelAdvanced
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instant workbook
Date: 9 March 2015
Next Stop Please...
Instant Workbook
Listen to the story of these two bus lovers' rides.
Skills: Listening, grammar - past continuous, adjectives and adverbs.
Elementary
anna grammar
Date: 3 March 2015
Punctuation - Exclamation MarksView PDF
We use an exclamation mark (!) to signal a warning or show frustration or anger to the reader. This worksheet looks at how to use exclamation marks.
weekly warmer
Date: 24 March 2015
World Leaders: Lee Kuan YewView PDF
This warmer gets students to read and think about the life of a famous person and focus on the use of prepositions.
max vocab
Date: 1 February 2015
The Home Office - Max Vocabulary WorksheetView PDF
The office is a room in a home with a desk for business. This vocabulary worksheet looks at all the things you might find in a home office.