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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: Counting Swans
Date:1 September 2018
Topic:One, two, three...? How many swans? Every year three team go up and down the River Thames for the 'Swan Upping'. They are catching, tagging and releasing families of swans. (Conservation, swans, English history and traditions, animal babies.)
LevelElementary
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Title: Ice Pops for Zoo Animals
Date:14 August 2018
Topic:London Zoo is feeding its animals sugar-free ice pops every day because of the very hot weather. A zoo in Thailand uses sprinklers, pools and shade to help keep animals cool.(Weather, animals and zoos, present perfect simple, talking about the weather, describing a zoo.)
LevelElementary
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Title: Crazy Rich Asians
Date:11 September 2018
Topic:‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is filmed in Singapore. Rich people from Singapore usually live a more conservative life than the rich of Hong Kong or Macau. Here are five ways to spend your cash in Singapore. (Wealth, ways to spend money, superlatives, Singapore.)
LevelPre-Intermediate
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Title: Santa's Off Season
Date:1 August 2018
Topic:The World Santa Claus Congress has taken place at the Bakken amusement park near Copenhagen since 1957 and always in the summer which is Santa's off season. (Santas, Christmas, may and may have to.)
LevelIntermediate
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Title: Slow and Steady
Date:3 August 2018
Topic:The race starter stood up and shouted: “Ready, steady, slow!” The crowd cheered, but the competitors remained stuck at the start line. Welcome to the world slowest racing championship? (Gambling, discussion, understanding text organization, question construction, true, false or not given, error recognition, crossword, questionnaire.)
LevelUpper-Intermediate
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Title: Move A Word - Coordinating conjunctions
Date:17 August 2018
Topic:This activity focuses on coordinating conjunctions. Students read for meaning and then spot different coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or) and their uses.
LevelElementary
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Title: Natural disasters: World's Worst Hurricanes
Date:14 September 2018
Topic:This activity encourages communication between students asking and answering questions from a newspaper article about hurricanes.
LevelPre-Intermediate
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