Choose six events from the story 'Children of Lêr' and illustrate them to create a cartoon.
Work with your vocabulary on 9/11 with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Learn how to deal with multiple adjectives in this activity about coordinate and cumulative adjectives.
Read 'A Christmas Carol' and meet Ebenezer Scrooge, a classic literary archetype.
Work as a group to research education in different countries. Then, present your findings in a student carousel.
Can one part of a country be so different from the rest that it should be its own country? This is often debated in the province of Quebec in Canada. Join the debate!
Discover the Khoisan languages and practise their famous clicking sounds. Round off with a game of dice to demonstrate your know-how.
Get inspired by the tips of the UK National Health Services, and use you new-found knowledge to come up with two opposing daily meal plans: One healthy meal plan, and one unhealthy meal plan.
When tragic events happen, they call for heroic acts. It is up to you to define these, and describe a heroic act in writing.
Get ready to improve your English skills and practise possessives with a quiz and a game.
How about promoting a monster mystery? Create a poster about the Loch Ness Monster using movie poster cliches.
Work with a Christmas song by the Australian artist Sia, and discuss stereotypical gender roles.
Practise using quantifiers by describing what you had at an imaginary dinner party. The more creative you are, the better!
Ready for some culinary adventure? In groups, create a sustainable burger, and then collect the class's recipes in a cookbook.
Work with your vocabulary on a sustainable future with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Put together a three course meal consisting of classic Scottish delicacies.
Navigate different websites, and discuss why sports clubs can be important in local communities.
Fairy tales end well, right? Not for the villains, though. Retell a fairy tale from the villain's point of view.
Find out about Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) by means of an article, a short story and a quiz.
Learn about Aboriginal iconography, and find out what the different Aboriginal symbols mean.
Ready to learn about message sticks and the big walkabout? Watch a video on Aboriginal traditions and discuss it with your class mates.
Learn how abusive relationships will make you feel threatened, afraid and insecure. Reason enough to leave the abuser, and seek help.
Become familiar with the variants of English by listening to language samples. Then, give it a try and read aloud with an accent.
Write adjectives to fit different categories, and compete to see who knows the most adjectives.
Beef up your grammar skills, and complete a table with missing adjectives. Make one mistake on purpose, and let your teammate spot it.
Improve our writing and vocabulary skills and work with some common adjectives and their opposites.
Sing along an adverb song, and create an adverb chain by taking turns adding adverbs to sentences.
Play a game of charades, using both adverb and verb cards.
Learn about difference between adverbs and adjectives and put your new found knowledge to the test!
Allow yourself to be confronted with some popular misconceptions about South Africa, and weed out myth from reality.
Discuss your view of security measures taken to avoid terrorist attacks, and perform role-plays to present different scenarios.
How about some outer space grammar? Draw a picture illustrating extraterrestrial life, and write as many adjectives as you can relating to the picture.
Work with your vocabulary on American Football with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Put on those gloves and learn about life in the Arctic Circle. Then, write a fictional diary entry to show your understanding.
It takes skill to interpret a literary classic, and this activity can help sharpen yours!
Bullying is generally a problem in schools and workplaces. Why do people bully, and how do we get them to stop?
Read about the rules of apartheid and talk about their effects on South Africa's black population.
Work with your vocabulary on apartheid with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Get ready to practise the use of apostrophes! The idea is for you to watch and summarise a video tutorial on apostrophes, and then to show off your skills.
Work with your vocabulary on Archetypes in Literature with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Let's squabble, shall we? Read an article about (mis-)communication between teens and their parents, and work with modal verbs.
Look at different types of street art, and discuss whether you think it is art or vandalism.
How about becoming an expert on articles with the help of a few games? Does this sound good? Then let the games begin!
Learn about "likeaholics" and express your opinion in a group discussion.
Learn more about the animals in Australia Zoo, and discuss the ethics of keeping animals in captivity.
Sometimes, you need to look back to move forward. Let's do just that, and practise past tenses in English by checking out celebrity lookalikes from the past.
Watch a video about a Banksy exhibition. Then, talk about what Banksy wants to express with each of the pieces from the video.
Watch a clip about the young student activist Barbara Johns, and answer questions about her brave fight against discriminative school conditions.
Discuss the meaning of different basketball slogans and quotes, and find your favourite.
Brainstorm arguments for and against a statement, and write a battle rap to present your arguments.
Find out what you know about the topic and take a closer look at the text.
Research popular travel destinations in India, and create your own quiz.
How do you help someone who doesn't want your help? Listen to the stories of two teens struggling with drug addiction, and talk about the topic in class.
Work with the crammed schedule of a Gaelic Inter County player, and talk about how you would balance playing a professional sport with other activities.
Read an article about a boy named Jason. Formulate, ask, and answer each other's questions about the article.
Work with your vocabulary on being different with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Boost up your vocabulary and work with a short story about body image.
Check out the benefits of bilingualism and use your knowledge to create an infographic.
Watch and read the story about the birth of Ganesh, and get ready to retell the story from another angle.
Do you know what Black Friday is all about? Find out, and practise your listening skills along the way!
Meow! Read out blog entries about cats and set out to write a review of your own.
Work with your vocabulary on Body Image with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Feeling creative? Decorate a body with symbols, and talk about what the symbols express.
Read about the impact Bollywood has on Indian culture, and discuss whether or not western culture is influenced by Bollywood.
Find out about Indian classical dances and get into the groove yourself!
Read about the characteristics of Bollywood films, and analyse a Bollywood poster. Use your imagination to write a plot for a Bollywood movie.
Rules, rules, rules! Read about rules in 'Gulliver's Travels'. Then make up your own rules and break them in a role-playing exercise.
Read about the dos and don'ts of breaking up with someone, and compare your new found knowledge with tips shared in a video clip. Does the information comply?
Read up on social netiquette, and then create fictional blog posts and Facebook updates that deliberately break the rules. Can your classmates identify them?
Imagine being a foreign EU citizen living in the UK. What will Brexit mean for you?
Learn about the four phases of Brexit, and talk about the timeline for the UK leaving the EU.
Find out about portmanteaus and abbreviations in order to understand why the UK leaving the EU is called Brexit.
Read about the history of some of the most famous British foods. Then, come up a narrative as well as a story line and turn a quirky dish into a comic strip.
Work with your vocabulary on British kitchen with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Watch a video clip about children's rights and use your knowledge to create a comic strip about bullying.
Learn about the consequences of bullying and come up with an anti-bullying lecture.
Discuss different types of bullying and stereotypes. Then, create a bullying survey to do at your school.
On Burns Night, Scots like to see a traditional Scottish menu. Read a recipe carefully, and try to figure out what is wrong with it.
Look at pictures related to the Troubles and write a story inspired by what you see.
Play Tic-Tac-Toe with a friend to find out who knows most about Cape Town sights.
Listen to four people arguing their beliefs on the death penalty and continue the debate.
Knowing when to spell a word with a capital letter is important when writing a text. Have a go at it, and upgrade your comma skills by watching a video tutorial before practise.
Ready for some serious swinging? Discuss a walk across one of Northern Ireland's top sights: The Carrick-a-Reede Rope Bridge.
On the 5th of October it is World Teachers' Day. Make the most of it and celebrate your teacher!
How much do you know about possessives and the celebrity world? Show us what you've got!
It's holiday season for the Celts! How do we know? By creating a round calendar of the year of course!
Work with your vocabulary on Celtic Myths with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on Children's Rights & Education with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Practise your communication skills, have fun with language, mingle around and tell Christmas riddles.
Read Cinderella by the Brothers Grimm and discuss the archetypes found in the story.
Take an authentic Australian dictation test from the 1920s, and compare it to modern citizenship tests.
Share your understanding of civil courage with your classmates, and write a formal letter in which you call on the school administration to improve situations that otherwise require acts of civil courage.
Work with your vocabulary on Civil Rights with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Divide the class into castes and give the caste system a try. Discuss the divison of labour once you're done.
Work with your vocabulary on climate change with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Choose a topic from the interactive Climate Time Machine and discover the possible consequences of global warming.
In Gaelic football, there are certain skills required. Get ready to learn them, and then teach them to your class mates.
Ready to become an environmental hero? Create a comic strip to help and inspire people in your local community to recycle.
Learn about the hardships of a difficult decision, and discuss the pros and cons of coming out in public. Then, write a fictional text on the matter at hand.
A comma can be a tricky little thing to place. Learn how to use commas correctly by means of a video tutorial and an interactive quiz.
Boost up your confidence in grammar, and work with a variety of comma exercises.
Practise speed reading to quickly find out the similarities and differences between New York City and Los Angeles.
Compare information on four different dinosaurs to find out which one was the smarter, the bigger and the faster.
Work with your vocabulary on competitive gaming with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Concrete poetry is all about shape! Have a go at it, and improve your listening comprehension of British English.
Listen to a song about conjunctions and complete a quiz. Then write a long sentence with conjunctions.
Read an article about the so-called 'Connecticut Clashes', which were a number of disputes between gun opponents and gun supporters. Then, write a summary, and receive feedback from your classmates.
The internet is the perfect place for conspiracy theories. Learn more about what they are and how they spread.
Develop your discussion skills and get ready to research and discuss controversial school topics in class.
Improve your conversational skills and learn how to keep a discussion going in this role-playing activity about gambits.
Brainstorm popular cookery programmes, and use your insight to develop a concept for your own TV programme about British food. Perform in class.
Got the munchies? Watch a video on Internet cookies, and explain what they are and how they are used. Create a poster on the topic.
Read and analyse the short story 'Country Lovers' by Nadine Gordimer.
Read an excerpt from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to get inspired. Then, create a world of your own imagination and present it in class.
Create a comic strip to explain a natural phenomenon through your own creation myth.
Watch a native creation myth, and make up your own creation story with elements from your own culture and everyday life.
Work with your vocabulary on crime fiction with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Use different reading comprehension strategies and discuss discrimination issues based on a commentary article.
Get ready to boost your vocabulary, and create a Cape Town crossword puzzle using words from a given text.
Learn about Maori traditions, and discuss their portrayal in the media.
Team up to read about cyberbullying. Then talk about how to tackle vicious online trolls.
Take on different political views, and argue your opinion in a debate team.
'This' or 'that'? 'These' or 'those'? Create an educational poster to show the difference between these very useful common words.
Look at pictures of the Hindu gods and describe them in detail. Then, have your class mates guess who you are talking about.
Have you seen the movie 'Despicable Me'? One of the characters, Gru, may have a funny foreign accent, but he is a grammar master! Can you beat him?
Read a dystopian science fiction story about life on earth after an ecological disaster. Then, write a continuation of the story.
Ready to sit in a tight spot? Draw a role card, a place card and a situation card, and describe a difficult situation based on the information on the cards.
Go on a digital backpacking trip, and discover tourist attractions in India's five physiographical regions.
Learn how to get started as a DJ by watching a video tutorial with Cole Plante, and discuss the DJ lifestyle with your classmates.
Do you know what it means to live in 'woop woop'? Listen to Australian slang and find out!
How does your income influence your living conditions, the food you eat and the clothes you buy? Let's use a programme called Dollar Street and find out.
Read an excerpt from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and draw your own wonderland. Can you instruct a classmate to copy it?
Play a game of Draw and Guess. The idea is for you to pick a card and draw the genitive 's construction.
Skim to research the early settlers of New Zealand and present your discoveries in class.
Work with your vocabulary on Education Worldwide with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on Electing a president words with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on electronic music with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Read about what it means when an animal is endangered and how they are protected. Discuss a number of questions.
Work with a short story about mending a broken friendship and beef up your English skills on the way!
Show off your reading comprehension skills by creating a comic strip. The idea is to illustrate and possibly reinvent a fairy tale while sticking to the story.
Watch a video clip on theme and pick a fairy tale classic to show off your literary analysis skills!
Learn how to tell fake news from real news with a game and a text.
Learn about false news with two educational videos, and find out how to stop false news from spreading.
Polish up your grammar skills and ask questions about a family tree to practise the genitive 's construction.
Practise coordinating conjunctions and play a game of memory.
Work with your vocabulary on Fantasy with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Listen to the song 'Father and Son' and write a dialogue about a problem similar to the song's theme.
Learn about a traditional Australian instrument, the didgeridoo, and improve your listening comprehension along the way.
Get a grip on grammar, and practise how and when to use different modal verbs.
Become an expert in plural nouns with this intense training session.
Research major film studios in LA to find your favourite. How do you motivate your choice?
Practise your preposition placement skills and use gambits in this exercise about prepositions.
Work with your vocabulary on food & agriculture with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work on two quizzes with popular English idioms. These are commonly used, often figurative expressions that have a 'hidden' meaning.
Learn about the difference between formal and informal writing, and demonstrate your ability to write a formal request.
How about working on an experiment gone wrong? Watch the trailer for 'Frankenstein', and race to answer a number of questions.
Watch a documentary about pro skater Rodney Mullen and his influence on skateboarding. Then, discuss the video with your classmates, and sum it up in a short text.
Think of creative ways of turning everyday items into art. Compete against each other to see who can come up with the most ideas.
Are violent video games fuelling aggressive behaviour? Read up on the topic, and share your opinion in class.
Learn more about the Celtic language family and create your very own Internet meme.
Boost your vocabulary skills and study a list of words related to competitive gaming. Then, watch a short documentary on the topic and summarise its main points.
Does too much gaming turn children and teenagers into aggressive zombies? Discuss in class.
Do you have a knack for coming up with fancyful descriptions? Then this activity will be completed lickety-split: Just fill in the gaps with the correct form of the adjective, and off you go!
Take a stand on gay rights, and discuss the topic with your classmates.
Work with your vocabulary on Gender Equality with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Challenge popular gender stereotypes by means of a dictionary, a game and two video campaign ads.
Watch a video clip on the proper use of apostrophes in English, and demonstrate your know-how by completing an interactive quiz.
Get a grip on classical music and the set-up of a traditional orchestra, and boost your vocabulary of music.
Watch a video clip about successful learning strategies and tell a classmate how to study like a pro!
Plural endings can be confusing to add to a singular noun. Let's put an end to your misery, and get some practise!
Find the easiest way home in the weeks after the London bombings in 2005.
Use digital tools to brainstorm, discuss and promote the idea of gender equality.
Read an article about the Troubles in Northern Ireland and summarise the paragraphs.
Have some fun with action verbs to describe different modes of travelling to and from school.
Get ready for some awesome sights! Watch a video about Giant's Causeway and talk about the most popular tourist destination in Northern Ireland.
Listen to the song 'Gimme Hope Jo'anna', and analyse the lyrics.
Research a major historical event to do with gender equality or women's rights. Then, write a well structured newspaper article about it.
By means of a short story and a quiz, discuss different aspects of a vegetarian lifestyle. Then, take a stand on the matter.
Some graffiti artists display their art in galleries instead of on the streets. Is that a problem?
Work with a timeline and learn about important events in graffiti history. Then, bomb a train with graffiti without getting in trouble with the law.
Are your ready for the Christmas season? Get in the mood with some language use exercises!
Read up on the Asperger syndrome and show off your language comprehension skills with a quiz. Then, engage in a class discussion.
Work with your vocabulary on growing up with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Get into the right mindset by creating a mind map of learning strategies.
Time for costumes everyone! Listen to descriptions of different Halloween characters and costumes, and guess what they are.
Research New York's tourist attractions. Describe an attraction and have your classmates guess which one it is.
Read descriptions of fairy tales, and guess the title.
Use comparatives and superlatives to describe different objects, and have your classmates guess what you are describing.
Watch videos about the Tower of London and write a fictional diary entry to imagine what it would be like to stay there.
Booya! Ready to work with nerve-racking Halloween riddles? Use them for an opportunity to mingle with your classmates, and come up with your own!
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