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Our Changing World
Our latest resources look at the changing world we live in: have you ever considered that one day a robot might look after you in your old age? The latest robots from Japan include one that will help elderly people who live alone '" and have no one to talk to," said Kazuya Kitamura,"...Robots don't mind listening to the same stories over and over again ."' Another is designed to keep children happy while their parents are at work. Read more about what we can all look forward to in our Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson ' Robots '.

And if you're worried about the amount of time you or someone you know spends on the Internet, our Intermediate Instant Lesson ' Computers Harm Kids ' can help to inform you about the dangers. The lesson discusses excessive use and says what happens to people who spend too much time playing computer games.  

On a positive note we look at a new biking scheme that has been introduced to London withfree bikes being offered around the city center in our Upper Intermediate Lesson 'On Your Bike'.  

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Newest Resources
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Newest resources in the Teachers' Room include:

  - Skateboarding Online - Elementary Instant Lesson
A skateboarding priest is a YouTube hit and women in different countries are now skateboarding. Sport, comprehension, complete the table, word order, true or false, the present continuous: is/am/are, extra reading

- Robots - Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson
Robots that can talk, find glasses, draw airplanes and play with your children are now available. Robots, nurses, health, technology, 'by + verb + ing' used to say how something is done.

- Computers Harm Kids - Intermediate Instant Lesson
Teenagers who spend excessive amounts of time on the Internet are one and a half times more likely to develop depression than moderate web users. Pros and cons of the Internet, teenagers, inventions, modal verbs, persuasive speeches.

-   On Your Bike - Upper Intermediate Instant Lesson
A fleet of 6,000 bicycles for hire has hit central London with a scheme intended to fuel a cycling revolution in the congested capital. Traffic problems, bicycles, London, concept of offering a service for free, definite articles.

- World Leaders: Julia Gillard, Australia - Weekly Warmer  
This warmer gets students to read for specific information in order to complete a biographical table while learning about Julia Gillard, Australia's first democratically elected woman Prime Minister.

- Acad Word List 2 - Max Vocab Worksheet
The Academic Word List (AWL) is a list of the 3,000 words most often used in English-language academic writing.

- On Your Bike - Instant Workbook
Every day, traffic seems to get worse. How can we reduce the number of cars on our roads? What alternatives can we offer car drivers? What do you think? An Upper Intermediate online lesson with 7 exercises to do.

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Featured Lessons
Getting to Know You! Our Featured Resources make meeting new students easier and include: Conversation Strips - Meeting for the first time - Elementary Weekly Warmer: This warmer helps students greet someone and introduce themselves for the first time.
Picture this! - Intermediate Weekly Warmer: A cool little warmer where students introduce themselves by drawing pictures which represent aspects of their personality.

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An Expensive Sandwich - Elementary Instant Lesson
A bear crashed a car after smelling a peanut butter sandwich, opening the door of the car and getting stuck.  Bears, dangerous animals, bizarre events, conducting an interview, irregular past tense verbs, word search puzzle..

This Month's Point of Interest

This month's Point of Interest comes from the Intermediate Instant Lesson " Computers Harm Kids":
"Some spend more than 10 hours a day, they are really problematic users and they show signs and symptoms of addictive behavior ... browsing the Internet, playing games," said Lam, co-author of the paper which was published on Tuesday in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.

"They can't get their minds off the Internet, they feel agitated if they don't get back on after a short period of being away," the psychologist at Sydney's University of Notre Dame's School of Medicine said in a telephone interview.

"They don't want to see friends, don't want to join family gatherings, don't want to spend time with parents or siblings."

The study involved 1,041 teenagers aged between 13 and 18 years in China's southern Guangzhou city who were free of depression at the start of the investigation.

Nine months later, 84 of them were assessed as suffering from depression and those who were on the Internet excessively were one-and-a-half times more vulnerable than moderate users.

"Results suggested that young people who are initially free of mental health problems but use the Internet pathologically could
develop depression as a consequence.'
Thomson Reuters 2010

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