Some facts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSciinXdGhI&list=PLczruz-CFoSRaPJ_vQ0puGIrenYJDDV0K&index=95&t=0send/ Do's and Don'ts Different types of chopsticks From top to bottom: Plastic chopsticks from Taiwan, porcelain chopsticks from mainland China, bamboo chopsticks from Tibet, palmwood chopsticks from Indonesia (Vietnamese style), stainless flat chopsticks from Korea (plus a matching spoon), a Japanese couple's set (two pairs), Japanese child's chopsticks, and disposable "waribashi" (in... Continue Reading →
You can look for any National Park on the National Park Service website And go on a tour with Rangers HERE Or watch this video and work on the vocabulary with this Quizlet link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si8Po97KEZg
The water cycle in videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al-do-HGuIk&t=42s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaDkph9yQBs&t=44s Information from Encyclopedia Britannica https://www.britannica.com/science/water-cycle Test yourself with a Water Webquest Water is amazing – nothing on Earth can live without it. Find out more about water’s properties and why it’s so important in our watery webquest, celebrating World Water Day (22nd March). Source : Webquest: Water | Onestopenglish
First a video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=562&v=cc0dqW2HCRc&feature=emb_logo Then a few recent articles to complement our work on the subject. An article from Study International, another one from Forbes. I recommend you have a look at the result page of Wired when I typed in facial recognition. Don't take anything for granted, think for yourself and make your own... Continue Reading →
First two timelines of immigration in the United Kingdom to get a global view, Then three videos to get a closer look at the Windrush Generation and last year's revelations. https://youtu.be/qKJ-iqFmHOQ https://youtu.be/NME-9ot2Lqw Finally an article from The Guardian about the compensations for Windrush victims
This article from The Economist will give you a list of the words popular in 2018. The following video will give you more details about the 2018 Oxford word.