Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis

This post is a tribute to those affected by the Manchester attack at the Ariane Grande concert last week, now an anthem from one of the biggest bands to come from this fantastic city. Use it for its range of vocabulary, mixed grammar structures and pronunciation practice as you see fit and follow it up with a … Continue reading Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis

Don’t Panic – Coldplay

Hello everyone! I'm back and I hope you all had a lovely Easter. This week, I'd like to tell you about how you can use one of Coldplay's fantastic earlier tunes, and the opener to one of the greatest albums ever made, "Parachutes". Most of my students like their new stuff more, but I'll always prefer the old … Continue reading Don’t Panic – Coldplay

The A Team – Ed Sheeran

I'm a huge fan of this talented man and have heard nothing but great feedback from his concert in Zürich last night, which calls for another post! This is his first released tune, full of vocabulary about the body, describing people (including a great simile using pastries!) clothing, past simple and past participle verbs, expressions such as "the upper … Continue reading The A Team – Ed Sheeran

We Are The Champions – Queen

We're going to talk about sports in some of my lessons this week, so what better tune to use than this one, which is often thought to be one of the most popular sports song. It can promote additional discussion on fame and fortune and there are plenty of past simple and present perfect examples, as well as the future … Continue reading We Are The Champions – Queen

Dangerous – The XX

I saw this brilliant band at the weekend and just had to post something about them! The XX are three old school friends from London who have released 3 albums to date whilst still only being about 25 years old. Romy and Oliver sing with deep, husky and haunting voices about love and relationships over great … Continue reading Dangerous – The XX