Short presentation for young learners about brown bear hibernation. Language Level: A1 and above
The War of the Worlds (1898) is one on the most popular science fiction stories. It has been filmed many times.
In this extract, an astronomer investigates a mysterious fallen object.
Audiobook of condensed version of the H.G Wells classic. Ideal for GCSE students, language learners etc. Includes:
Two audio files (Book One & Book Two)
Audiobook standard M4b files for iTunes & similar.
Complete condensed text, with contents & chapter breaks.
Access to MP3 version on request.
Use on computer, tablet, phone etc.
Ideal for classroom presentation.
Audio duration: 3 hours 27 minutes (Unabridged versions around 6 hours)
The novel opens with a famous description of a planet unprepared for a coming invasion - see this presentation
Lightning never strikes in the same place? Ask Roy C. Sullivan. Reading & listening with activities (B2)
How did The Beatles get their name
Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island is one of the most popular stories in literature. Here is an extract from the opening chapter
A punt is a special boat for shallow rivers. You steer it with a special pole - see the man in the photo above.
You are going to watch part of a video from a famous English comic novel called ‘Three Men in a Boat’ by Jerome K. Jerome. Here the narrator tells of a story about punting.
Now listen to what happens next.
How did The Beatles get their name? There are many theories.
A teacher appeals to a thief's conscience - with a surprising result.
Resource: audio & short text with worksheets
Level: B1 Intermediate+ Age: 12+