Video review of Week 2

David, one of our educators, reviews week two in this video and discusses the highlights of the week.

David talks about his love of music that many of you share. His highlights of the week include how music can be used to help us learn English, music used in social projects and music as a form of protest.

He mentions a comment from Sony HO, who has an amazing music collection and how Alina Polivoda practised English with music. He quotes Manidipa Das on music as protest.

He gives example of websites that could help you use music to practise English, including LyricsTraining and Musixmatch.

We also asked you to share music you love from your country. We’ve had nominations from all across the world, and you can enjoy the resulting The Exploring English 2017 World of Music Playlist here.

Finally, David thanked everyone who attended the Facebook Clinic and asked lots of great questions. Don’t worry if you missed the clinic - you can read the discussion here.

Here are some links to some resources that you might find useful:
50 Ways To Use Music & Song

Songs for Teaching English Grammar

Sing Snap

100 Years of Rock

Every Noise At Once

Check your progress

Now that you’ve reached the end of Week 2, click the Progress icon at the top of the page to see your progress page. This will show what percentage of the course steps you have marked as complete.

Coming up in Week 3

Next week we’ll be discovering more about the British countryside and finding out about your countries as well! If you want to get started right away, go to the To do list for Week 3.

You can always use the To do icon at the top of the page to see what’s coming up or go back to previous weeks and catch up.

If you haven’t completed every step by the end of the final week, don’t worry! The course will remain open to you so that you can carry on at your own speed.

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Exploring English: Language and Culture

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