27/11/14 How Christmas Adverts Play With Our Emotions

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Rather than relying on TV to get their message across, the ads are also shared hundreds of thousands of times on social media. Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: mistletoe (n): a […]

20/11/14 Living in a multilingual family

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Coach John’s kids speak four languages. How did that happen? Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: to attend: to be present at nevertheless: in spite of that, however, yet to argue: to […]

13/11/14 ‘Band Aid 30’ to record “Do They Know It’s Xmas” again!

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Another version of this song is to be made. Do you want to hear it? Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: take part in: to participate in an activity be released: to […]

06/11/14 9 year old from Teruel is world’s best Young Wildlife Photographer

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. He was awarded the prize by the Duchess of Cambridge at the Natural History Museum Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: to look down on: to think of someone as inferior to […]