Hello, everyone! ELTunes is back after a very long break with one of the best tracks The Prodigy has ever produced, spurred on by the terrible news about frontman Keith Flint who took his own life over the weekend. The Prodigy are probably not considered for classroom use because of their normally sparse or explicit … Continue reading The Prodigy – Narayan
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Hello and happy new year to you all! You may or may not have noticed that it's been a year since this site was last updated. Apologies for going off the radar! New content coming soon on here and on a personal blog in my bid to become a more reflective teacher. Have a great … Continue reading Stay tuned
Many people around the world will be celebrating the life of the Scottish poet Robert Burns tonight and throughout January, so here are some lesson ideas for how to use this well-loved Scottish tune and teach your students about bonnie Scotland! I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - The Proclaimers (video here) When I wake up, … Continue reading Burns Night Special – The Proclaimers -I’m Gonna Be (500 Hundred Miles)
Hello and Happy New Year! For those of you who celebrated it, I hope you had plenty of festive fun over the Christmas period and everyone had a good start to 2018! This week it's all about the news, which calls for a tune from The Jam. Let's have a look at the lyrics. If … Continue reading The Jam – News of the World
Ok, hands up who thought they were Irish? ME, TOO! Well, it turns out they’re also British, which means I get to feature them on the the blog. Hurrah! Only a few moments before writing did I find out that the Celtic punk folk band responsible for making the best Christmas tune ever met in King’s … Continue reading The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl – Fairytale of New York
2017 is soon drawing to a close so I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have paid a visit to my site so far! I started it as a way to share the ideas I have for using British music in the ELT classroom and I didn’t think anyone would … Continue reading Thank you! Danke! Merci! Graçias! Obrigada!