Teaching about the seven digital deadly sins in EFL/ESL

We are all following day to day what is happening on the Mediterranean Sea. Despite the fact the World has failed to offer to refugees minimum protection when they are in camps still the same world through the media has refused to accept that the majority of people on the Sea are refugees who are seeking nothing else apart from protection.The refusal of the refugees to be called by their identities may still show the human failure to respond to the obligations of our conscience, the best way is to blame refugees ” as mere looking for better life”

Passage to Freedom: Teaching about Refugee Crisis in ESL/EFL

Understanding Addiction in ESL/EFL

Juvenile Delinquency in ESL/EFL

If you were not born in the country you were, what would your life be like?

Empathy: What if you could see a thought bubble above every person’s head, telling you what they were thinking and feeling as you walked by?

A Journey into the World of Contemporary Online Social Interaction

Thought Questions: A question that makes you think is worth asking…

The Millennium Development Goals: Portraits of Humanity

Freeganism: ‘ Rubbish for Lunch’

Break the Cycle: Educating Teens about Abusive Relationships

Scholastic: English Teaching Resources-Reading Lessons, Intermediate-Advanced

Lost Memories: A thought-provoking short film

Photo Of the Week: A Pietà for drowning victims

The Last 18 Years in Rap

Little Things are Big | Facing History and Ourselves

How aware are you of your Digital Dossier?

An Inspirational Video: The Lost Generation by Jonathan Reed

Ad of the week: Stop the Stigma and Stereotyping of Single Parents

Would you fail the texting and driving test?

How would you react if… ?

CRIME in Esl/Efl: Crime Scene-Do not enter

Ad of The Week: When domestic helpers themselves need help

Consumerism & Domestic happiness

Communication: Where did community go?