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  • Truth or Lie: Activity for any classroom

    I recently responded to a blog challenge by a video recording of myself - you can see it by clicking here. Most EFL teachers are probably aware of the activity where students are asked to say some things about themselves, and the others are to guess if they're true or false. I suggested taking this a step further and have the students bring video ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 29, 2011
  • Nuclear Energy Power Debate: What's the way forward?

    With all the headlines on the problems of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Northern Japan, now is a good time as any to have a debate on the viability of nuclear power as a source of energy. The strongest objection of the anti-nuclear power lobby are the safety concerns, but what other methods of producing cheap clean energy have we got? Is ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 22, 2011
  • Why do we have seasons on Earth? (Geography/Science)

    It is perhaps something we all have taken for granted, and perhaps some of us think it has got something to do with the distance of the sun from the Earth at different times of the year. Well, actually, the reason why we have seasons is because the Earth is tilted. What this basically means is this: imagine a stick stuck right through the Earth ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 17, 2009
  • Phases of the Moon (Science) (Elementary)

    The moon is Earth's only natural satellite, and is the brightest object in the sky at night. However, the moon itself has no light, but because it reflects light from the sun, it appears as though it has. As the moon orbits around the Earth, it seems to change its shape. It appears to change from a bright full circle to a crescent, then to ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 5, 2009