Assurer la continuité pédagogique
Du jour au lendemain, on a demandé à tous les enseignants de France de se transformer en professeur « virtuel ». Défi difficile mais relevé grâce à la créativité individuelle et collective des enseignants qui trouvent des solutions astucieuses adaptées à leur environnement et à leurs élèves. Pour vous aider, voici quelques suggestions d’ordre pratique. Nous continuerons cette série avec des « best of » réguliers des ressources proposées. Mais nous souhaitons surtout recevoir vos idées, astuces ou questions pour partager les bonnes pratiques et trouver des solutions en exerçant notre intelligence collective.
Alex Taylor on What it Means to Be British
What does it mean to be British, French or European? In the light of Brexit, journalist Alex Taylor will discuss this thorny question in a free talk at the British Council on Thursday 5 March.
U.S. Presidential Marathon
The race to the White House is heating up, but there’s still a long way to go to the 3 November election.
Reading Guides for Your Students
We promised them and here they are. Our first four Reading Guides are available for books on the 1ère LLCER curriculum by Edgar Allan Poe, George Orwell, Harper Lee and Mark Haddon. Designed for class or home use, they will help pupils successfully meet the challenge of reading their first full fictional works in English.

On you will find regularly published news stories of interest to teachers of English and their students. The latest politics and events, festivals and festivities, cultural commemorations, films, books, exhibitions and theatre. Transfer our news items directly into your classroom with our Teaching Resources. Speakeasy News is published by Editions Nathan.