… on heroes

Some links to  video and audio documents seen in class or to go further and train your oral comprehension skills. A 6 minute English podcast . A transition from the American Dream to the men who built America, https://www.history.com/embed/3406915954 https://www.history.com/embed/4726851561 https://www.history.com/embed/4725827776 https://www.history.com/embed/4725315836 https://www.history.com/embed/4725827742 https://www.history.com/embed/4725315815 And women, almost forgotten... https://youtu.be/n_vcEkelV3I or famous and influential,

about IoT

Make  up your opinion on this hot new topic, the Internet of Things. Some articles  from The Guardian and The Economist https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/may/06/what-is-the-internet-of-things-google https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jun/23/smart-devices-solve-crime-murder-internet-of-things https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/sep/14/data-generation-insights-internet-of-things https://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21721656-data-economy-demands-new-approach-antitrust-rules-worlds-most-valuable-resource And some videos    

…about Halloween

    I know that was yesterday, but it's never too late to learn something new isn't it? So let's start with some numbers.   Some history  and more details about Jack O' Lanterns from History.com Try your pronunciation with those Tongue Twisters Halloween Tongue Twisters He thrusts his fists against the posts and still... Continue Reading →

English on the go

    Now we have a little bit more time to practice your English in a fun way  on your mobile devices, so I selected a few games, apps or websites where you can compete against yourself or other learners all over the world. First to come is an app called Quiz your English, an... Continue Reading →

…about immigration

As we close  this first theme, here are a few more documents which you may choose to watch, read or listen to. You may of course use them for your presentation, or not. First a timeline of immigration to the United States and  a documentary on Ellis Island To go further on the story of... Continue Reading →

California Land Surveyor Association

We worked on the following  video: And here are some follow-up exercises, first some vocabulary that you can learn and test yourself on HERE Then a simple exercise to check your knowledge of relative pronouns HERE And finally, if you want to know a little bit more about the four United States Presidents represented on... Continue Reading →

Some reading suggestions

Photo by Karim Ghantous on Unsplash I'm sure you have plenty to do during your holidays, however here are some reading suggestions found online. They may even be useful throughout the year or even later if you feel like reading some good books in English. Brought to you by Teach.com You can also try the... Continue Reading →

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