Category Archives: geography

Day 7: Christmas in Australia

While almost everybody associates Christmas to cold and winter days, this is not the case in Australia! Have a look at this website and learn more about Christmas in Australia!!     In Australia, Christmas comes in the towards the beginning … Continue reading

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Day 5: British Christmas Traditions

Christmas is celebrated all over the world, but today my focus is on British Christmas Traditions.   Christmas is a truly magical season, bringing families and friends together to share the much loved customs and traditions which have been around for … Continue reading

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And for the Movie corner, a new one: The Crown!  

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10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years

10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years: use this title to start a debate in the class.   Use the video to contrast opinions!   Enjoy! ps:   10. Spain 9. North Korea 8. Belgium 7. China … Continue reading

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Tea time and English!

Using ads and websites information as a reading activity can encourage students to read as native people do: perhaps the content is difficult, but it shows the language in its natural context. Sometimes, adapted texts avoid certain structures and vocabulary … Continue reading

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The Prince of Egypt (1998)

This is the movie that Marina, one of my students this year, recommended to the class. It was a good idea to watch it in English –  they had already seen it in Spanish/Catalan – and once they watched it, … Continue reading

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