September 2014 – The Tune Into English Roadshow is Back!!!

Dear Teacher,

I hope you had a great summer and that you are ready for the new school year.

The Tune Into English Roadshow

The 2014-2015 Roadshow is now in preparation – I look forward to meeting you and your students this academic year!

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

Full details and VideosCommentsLetter to schools

Three New Downloadable Worksheets

Calvin Harris – Summer
The Summer tormentone! Past Simple worksheet written by Mena Bianco, Naples.

The Proclaimers – I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)
A good introduction to the topic of the Scottish Independence Referendum on the 18th September. Worksheet written by Suzanne Littlejohn of Kilgraston Language & Activities Centre, Perth, Scotland.

– Dolly Parton – 9 To 5
The 1st September was Labor Day in the U.S.A. Worksheet written by Maria Gulczynska, Ancona.

–  235 Downloadable worksheets now online.

Speak Up Explains

The tenth video will be published tomorrow, We Can Work It Out by The Beatles.
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Language schools

Following the success of the Roadshow in Scotland’s Kilgraston Language & Activities Centre in July, Tune Into English expects to visit the schools at this link in 2015 – maybe see you and your students there!

Also online

– Over 9,000 Karaoke songs!

– Sing along with this week’s UK Top 10 on Speak Up

Notes From An ELT Consultant – free to Supporters of the site!

Once – DVD and 48-page Worksheet

The Tune Into English T-shirt

Tune Into English on facebook

Other news:

– Tune Into Woodstock – at the WoodStocc’ Festival, Mount Vesuvius, 13th September.

– Fodor’s – The Amalfi Coast, Capri and Naples, 7th edition, co-authored by Fergal Kavanagh, published 14th June 2014.

– Radio Programmes – Kiss Kiss Network programmes from 2001 now online.

– European Day of Languages – 26th September.

Music and Cognition in Language Learning: International Symposium, Huelva, Spain – deadline for proposals 5th September.

Keep singing!

Best wishes,

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

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