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Find the lessons that have been released over the last few weeks. Lessons are listed by type and student level and are in reverse chronological order.

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Title: Eat More Fries
Date:7 May 2020
Topic:In Belguim, farmers are asking people to eat more potatoes. Covid-19 means restaurants are shut and sales are down 80%. Belgian potato processors normally export to 160 countries. (Coronavirus pandemic, farmers, fractions, discussion, reading for detail, comprehension, possessive adjectives, possessive 's.)
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Title: The Cats are Back!
Date:22 May 2020
Topic:Now the pandemic lockdown has eased, the cats are back at the cafe for the cat lovers to play with while they sip a cup of coffee. And, there is a goat cafe with a pair of friendly goats for customers to pet, play with and even take for walks through Tokyo's concrete jungle. (Cafes, animals, present continuous, planning a dream cafe)
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Title: 'It is OK to feel scared'
Date:25 April 2020
Topic:Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg told the country’s children on Monday it was OK to feel scared during the “special days” of the coronavirus outbreak. The news conference was to answer children’s questions about the pandemic. (Coronavirus and a press conference for children, Norway, it's okay to..., dialogs.)
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Title: Joggers Versus Dog Walkers
Date:15 April 2020
Topic:A stroll in the park has turned into a battle for space among people in cities. Rules on social distancing to stop coronavirus spreading have started.(Social/physical distancing, tension between different groups, effects of Covid-19, urban designs, group design activities.)
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Title: Humour
Date:13 April 2020
Topic:Americans are using humor as a balm to soothe nerves during the coronavirus pandemic. "Humor is a really powerful way to manage the unmanageable. Just to make fun of it and to gain control by laughing at it. That's a really powerful psychological move we can make".
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Title: Coordinating Conjunctions: and, but, so
Date:13 April 2020
Topic:The text discusses the Covid19 pandemic lockdown. The gap fill and comprehension exercises help students to practice use of coordinating conjunctions and, but, so.
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