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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: Welcome Back
Date:1 March 2018
Topic:A school told a girl to stay at home because of her pink hair, but now she can go back to school. Parents in Ginza, Tokyo are surprised because their children's school wants designer uniforms for students. (School uniforms, civil rights, hairstyles, using will to make future predictions, designing a school uniform).
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Title: Thinking of You!
Date:1 March 2018
Topic:London police are sending criminals birthday cards with a picture of their local police station. Estonian police are sending Christmas cards to the country's worst drivers. Do this lesson to discover why. (Police, crime, birthday cards, 'present continuous')
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Title: For a Laugh
Date:14 March 2018
Topic:The usual swag of April Fool's Day pranks and jokes. Has the world gone mad? No. It was just another April Fool's Day, the international day of tomfoolery when pranks, hoaxes, and practical jokes remind us not to take ourselves too seriously. (April Fool's Day, tricks and hoaxes, listening for specific information, scanning, reading for meaning, information exchange.)
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Title: Camels
Date:9 March 2018
Topic:This lesson is all about camels and their cousin, the alpaca. Camels are paraded down a dusty racetrack as judges rated the size of their lips, cheeks, heads and knees. Find out why.
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Title: Designing The Downhill
Date:26 January 2018
Topic:It’s the ninth time he’s designed the Olympic downhill ski course, but Bernhard Russi will still feel his nerves tauten when racing gets under way in South Korea next month. Further playing on his nerves, though, is the knowledge of the extreme risks faced by the men and women trying to conquer the course he has set. (Downhill skiing, Winter Olympics, safety.)
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Title: All About Eggs
Date:15 March 2018
Topic:This warmer gets students scanning for information about an Easter craft or custom, completing a table about it and using persuasive language to introduce it to their partner.
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Title: All You Ever Wanted To Know About: The Oscars
Date:1 March 2018
Topic:A short activity to practice reading for understanding, asking and answering questions and to learn about the Oscars.
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