Show 463 Thursday 9 August

Watch today’s show at YouTube.
Deutsch

Hi, I’m Sarah. Welcome to The Daily English Show.

The other day a guy called David who’s teaching in South Korea got in touch with me to tell me about a couple of sites for teachers:

http://eflclassroom.ning.com/

http://classroom20.ning.com/

Ning is a social networking site which I’d never heard of before. So if you’re an English language teacher you might be interested in checking those sites out.

And another teacher, Michael, who’s teaching in Japan got in touch with me and he told me about something that he did with his students.
He got his students to watch show number 320 the show when Miho was the guest. And as an exercise he got them to write their impressions and then he published them on his blog.

This is great! This is exactly the kind of ways I imagined The Daily English Show being used. Not just getting students to watch it – but also having teachers create some kind of exercises around it.
So thanks for telling me about that Michael – I’ve now put a link next to that show so people can go and check it out.
And if anyone has done anything similar, then please send me an email, I’d love to check out what you’ve done.

STICK NEWS

Kia Ora, this is Stick News. A man who stole a laptop in New Zealand has been busted after a video of him stealing the computer was posted on the internet.

On the 28th of July 2006 a man walked into a computer store in Greymouth, New Zealand and stole a laptop.
The theft was caught on camera and the same day staff uploaded the footage to the internet.
In the following months, the video got thousands of views and the story got extensive media coverage in New Zealand.
By September the police knew who did it.
And almost a year later, he was convicted.
The thief was a 50-year-old man from Hastings, New Zealand. The judge fined him
$2000 and ordered him to pay $1990 reparation.

And that was Stick News for Thursday the 9th of August.
Kia Ora.

conversations with sarah
#284 Hey mate, anything I can help you with?

*This conversation is from this blog entry. It is written by the guy from the computer shop. This the conversation he had with the thief before the computer was stolen.

Step 1: Repeat the staff member’s lines.
Step 2: Read the staff member’s lines and talk to Sarah.

Staff Member Hey mate, anything I can help you with?

Thief Na, just in out of the cold waiting for the kids.

StaffMember No worries. I’ll leave you to it. If you need a hand with anything just sing out and one of us will come help you.

Thief Thanks.

links

today’s news

today’s STICK NEWS photos

original video uploaded

video at YouTube

blog with the story

music

show start, cws start, qa start

artist: Matthew Tyas

album: Music for the movies vol1

tracks: Superheros, Intellectuel, Three ways to run away

from: Oloron Sainte-Marie, France

album at Jamendo

artist at Jamendo

artist site

other music

artist: pharmacopia

album: For The Stilling Of Volcanoes

track: Journey Inside

from: Boonton, United States

album at Jamendo

artist at Jamendo

artist site

Did you notice a mistake in this script? Please leave us a comment and tell us!We really appreciate people pointing out our mistakes. Thank you.

Have you have translated this script – or part of it – into your language for English practice and published it on your blog? Please leave a comment and a link so other people can read your translation. Thank you.

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2 thoughts on “Show 463 Thursday 9 August

  1. Redfrettchen

    Hey, my mistake report for today 😉

    The link to Mr. Stout’s blog appears to be broken (there’s space, or an %20 that shouldn’t be there). This link should work:
    http://mrstoutsblog.blogspot.com/2007/07/impressions-of-miho-shibaura-institute.html

    You wrote “the kind of” consecutively twice in the introduction.

    I believe you didn’t say “Kia Ora, this is Stick News today“.

    Don’t know, whether you can spell laptop like this: “lap top”

    -Thomas

    Reply

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