The DVD Readers combine graded reading with engaging, authentic audio-visual material that is sure to appeal to teenage students around the world. Brilliant Britain is a UK TV series, presented by popular British celebrities exploring aspects of British culture that, for each of them, make Britain 'Brilliant'! In Brilliant Britain: Tea, boxing champion and tea addict, Barry McGuigan, travels the UK to find out all about tea.
Engaging and humorous DVD content DVD exposes students to authentic English, supported by a simplified voice-over Easy-to-use: students read a chapter, then watch a clip Cross-curricular vocabulary provides opportunity for content area learnin Integrated DVD and self-study activities Fact Files and inset boxes provide useful extension material, for example, 'The history of the seaside' and 'The world's best beahes' 'Conversational language' section explains and exploits colloquial language from the DVD
Created to give students in the an authentic, atmospheric step back in time to visit the ancient world, these six historical recreations expand on the first two series. The new programs will give students a contemporary understanding of the fascinating lands of India, Japan, and China as well as introduce them to the Aztec and Celtic cultures and guide them through the England of Medieval times
Created to give students an authentic, atmospheric step back in time to visit the lost cities and temples of the ancient world, these six historical recreations expand on the highly successful launch of the first six programs. The new programs introduce the student to Carthage, The Seven Wonders of the World, The Biblical Lands and the Roman Empire in Northern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Stunning graphics give students a contemporary understanding of these extraordinary moments in history.
Students will gain a deeper understanding of the African slave trade, one of the great tragedies of world history, while traveling to the royal palaces at Abomey, built with the wealth obtained from trafficking in human beings, and the slave fortresses in Accra, the site of holding cells for enslaved Africans awaiting transportation to the Americas. In South Africa, investigate the country’s harsh colonial past at Robben Island
Matt Purland from Banana English.com presents 12 video lessons as follows: Video Lesson #1 - What's Missing? (MP4 - 3 mins 3 secs) Video Lesson #2 - Kings & Queens of England (WMV - 3 mins 26 secs) Video Lesson #3 - Shared Words in Polish and English (MP4 - 3 mins 33 secs) Video Lesson #4 - Favourite Colours (MP4 - 1 min 28 secs) Video Lesson #5 - Where's Annie's Elephant? (MP4 - 3 mins 24 secs) Video Lesson #6 - Visit Beautiful Sydney (MOV - 2 mins 25 secs) REUPLOAD NEEDED