To start with, I wanted to share a humorous video about the confusing nature of English pronunciation: Dear English Language.
This week (with our goals newly established and back to routine), we faced our topic of the year: VOLCANOES! We talked about the current eruption in La Palma, but also about Mount St. Helens and other volcanoes around the world.
Learners can try several different listening comprehension activities about volcanoes: 6 minute English volcanoes, When Mt. St. Helens Came to Town, and The Birth of a New Island.
For original version listening, check out a video from National Geographic entitled This Is What It's Like to Live at the Edge of a Volcano. or the fantastic nature documentary Kilauea: Mountain of Fire .
Learners can read try a Reading/Use of English exercise from the FCE about a volcano in New Zealand.
For original version, check out an article from Time Magazine about the world's most dangerous volcanoes.
For writing this week, write an article about volcanoes. You can choose to write about the current situation in La Palma or explore another aspect of volcanoes.