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(Updated on 11/10/2015)


 

 


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- Lesson plans -
Games to print - Cartoons
- Videos - Cinema

 


Related pages :

UK GENERAL ELECTION 2015 -

PARLIAMENT - MONARCHY - Margaret THATCHER

 

 

Information :

 

 

 

 

  • 50 facts about the Queen's reign (royal.gov.uk)

 

 

 

Lesson plans :

  • UK PM Leaves 8-Year-Old Daughter In Bar (12th June, 2012) - a lesson plan with audio
    "British newspapers have revealed that Prime Minister David Cameron left his eight-year-old daughter in a pub and went home, thinking the little girl was with his wife.
    His wife Samantha left the pub separately believing her child Nancy to be with her father."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)


    Cartoon: Cameron Leaves Daughter At Pub

    "This cartoon by Mac from The Daily Mail relates to news that David Cameron accidentally left his eight-year-old daughter Nancy at a pub two months ago..."

    + THE CARTOON + VOCABULARY + GRAMMAR + LINKS
    (englishblog.com)



    Reuters Video: David Cameron leaves daughter at pub
    "British Prime Minister David Cameron accidentally left his eight-year-old daughter Nancy behind at a pub. Deborah Gembara reports."

    + TRANSCRIPT + LINKS
    (englishblog.com)

 

Games TO PRINT :

 

Cartoons :


Cartoon: The Queen's Speech
+ BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + COMMENTARY + VOCABULARY + Related articles

(englishblog.com)

 

 

Cartoon: The Return of the Iron Lady
"This cartoon by Andy Davey
from The Sun
 is inspired by the recent
 visit by Meryl Streep to London 
to promote her new film 'The Iron Lady' (see trailer), in which she plays former
British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher..."

+ COMMENT + LINKS
(englishblog.com)

 

 

Downing Street
Cartoons and Comics

(cartoonstock.com)

 

 

INTERPRETING A CARTOON
(englischlehrer.de)


 

Cartoons - The Royals
(humorist.net)


 

Videos :

 

  • Learning about the Lords
    "Teenagers can now learn about the House of Lords and why it matters to them – via YouTube."

    + View the Parliament's Education Service animations
    (telegraph.co.uk)

 

Cinema :