September 2023 – The Roadshow is back!

Dear Teacher,

I hope you had a relaxing Summer break and are ready for the new school year.

The 2023-2024 Tune Into English Roadshow is currently in preparation, and I hope to be able to visit your school this year. In the meantime the full 2022-2023 show is streaming free until 31st October, with five more full shows available as part of the Tune Into English subscription plans, so why not use this to ease your students into the the year? 

The Tune Into English Roadshow

I am very much looking forward to touring the show again and would be delighted to come to your school. You can see full details of the show here – please get in touch!

See videos from all Roadshow tours, from 2005
Letter to schools
Primary Show

“The best ESL experience ever!” – Prof.ssa Antonella Porcu, Liceo Scientifico “G. Spano”, Sassari

September’s New Downloadable Worksheet

Knock On Wood – Eddie Floyd
September 13th is Defy Superstition Day and this worksheet by regular contributor Maria Gulczynska, Ancona, looks at superstitions and compares different versions of this soul classic.

– Over 400 Downloadable worksheets now online
– Download complete list of online worksheets

Most of the worksheets have been written by your colleagues – perhaps you have prepared one and want to share it?

The Song on Speak Up

In the September issue of Speak Up, Tune’s monthly column looks at the story behind and the language used in Black Eyed PeasWhere Is The Love? You can read previous columns here.

Also online:
– Over 15,000 Karaoke songs
Notes From An ELT Consultant – free to Supporters of the site!
Once – 48-page Film Worksheet
Summer schools in Ireland
The Tune Into English T-shirt
Ten Years of The Tune Into English Roadshow – the book
Tune Into English on YouTube
Tune Into English on facebook
tuneintoenglish on Instagram
tuneintoenglish on Tiktok

Thank you to all for supporting the website, and particularly to those who have signed up for the weekly exclusive content.

Keep singing!

Best wishes, stay safe,

Fergal Kavanagh
The web’s largest free resource for learning English through pop music!

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