ESL Resources by Topic: Living Cultures

ESL Resources by Topic: Living Cultures

Exam-style Writing Practice: Questions made in the style of the ESL Exam ESL Living Cultures - Writing Practice Art Galleries ESL Living Cultures - Writing Practice Music Festivals ESL Living Cultures Week 1 Vocabulary Quizizz ESL Living Cultures Week 2 Vocabulary Quizizz ESL Living Cultures Week 4 Vocabulary Quizizz Morning Routine Video Quiz Vocabulary Translation [...]

Purple Hibiscus: Tier 2 Vocabulary

  Vocabulary Definition 1 Penitent Feeling or expressing remorse for misdeeds 2 Lineage Tracking of direct descent and ancestry usually for pedigree 3 Reverence A feeling of profound respect for someone or something 4 Benevolence Kind and fair with power 5 Disconsolately Grief-stricken loneliness 6 Indigenous Originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native [...]

Poems of the Decade: Homework Schedule

Poems of the Decade: Homework Schedule

  Week 1: Watch ‘The Deliverer’ A-level Literature Playlist   Week 2: Essay: How is suffering presented within the Poems of the Decade collection? 1000 words Watch ‘Giuseppe’ A-level Literature Playlist   Week 3: Watch ‘Out of the Bag’ A-level Literature Playlist     Week 4: Essay: How is the memory or identity depicted in [...]

ESL Resources by Topic: Sport and Leisure

ESL Resources by Topic: Sport and Leisure

Sport & Leisure English as a Second Language: Extreme Sports Homework Study Schedule Reading Skills: NEF Sport Results When you hear the final whistle Holiday changed my life Ready to Write 3 p. 181 Test Your Reading Holiday Brochure p. 52 National Geographic Close-up Student Book C1 Sports Crazy p. 121-132 What a World 2 [...]

How are themes of colonialism, freedom and tyranny presented in the opening chapters of ‘Purple Hibiscus’?

Chimamanda Adichie attempts to “delve into the violence, corruption, and hopelessness of Nigeria…under Generals Ibrahim Babangida and Sani Abacha”[1] through the mirroring of Kambili’s father as well as the burgeoning development of Kambili herself. Which is, indirectly, in conflict with this restrictive regime both externally as a representation of Nigeria’s post-colonial civil wars and internally, [...]