A very useful French website I’ve recently discovered is Qui connaît un bon (Who knows a good…). All you have to do is:
Roughly we could translate the name of the show as Madness in the pastry shop although it is probably not the kind of madness one expects from the average baking reality (that we’ve been bombarded with lately). In my opinion, this creative madness gets closer to the genius type of madness and this is only one of the reasons why I have decided to share this tv show in here.
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After spending endless hours compiling a collection of free to use and share photos I’ve created this free presentation in order to help students with the Spanish speaking exam.
Once again Conan packs his suitcase and this time he and part of his team are taking us to Mexico. In such a troubling time for American-Mexican relations (especially due to the new administration), he decided to bring some comedy in order to make some Mexican friends.
Stunning images of places you probably haven’t seen before in Naples, Venice and Florence in your average touristic route but that you can access now thanks to the last technology. For instance, take a look at this 360 videos that appear in the show:
Not just your average pretty boy, Daniel Brühl has become one of the most well-known actors of the last two decades. From his international breakthrough role in Good Bye, Lenin! (2003) there has been a long list of quality movies he is been involved with.
You must have seen him in blockbusters like Inglourious Basterds (2009) (where he plays a great baddie) The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) or maybe Captain America: Civil War (2016) but I’d recommend to have a look at his filmography since there is a wide range of genres and roles that deserve some attention.
Conan O’Brien has always been one of my favourite American comedians/ late night hosts and not long ago (last December) he decided to join Flula Borg (German DJ, actor, and YouTube personality among other things) in order to visit the magnificent city that is Berlin.
Even though the show is mainly in English, there are plenty of references to the language and of course to the Germanic culture. All the usual topics about Germany are covered: The Wall, the food, the folklore…
WARNING! This ppt can make your students feel really hungry.
A whole lesson (for the year 11) on the topic of food (Speaking, Writing, Listening and Reading). Help and solutions included in the notes within the PPT.