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– Washington travelogue, July 12th, 2013

– American folklore, June 3rd, 2010.

BBC’s top 100 books, January 18th, 2010.

Le journal des élèves de 1ère de spécialité, April 23rd, 2010.

News (Read and watch the news on these sites), November 5th, 2009.

Press (The), November 2nd, 2009.

Reading, November 15th, 2009.

Les romans anglophones au CDI, March 21st, 2011.

20 books every tween and teen should read before they hit 16, October 1st, 2011.

Des e-books gratuits en anglais pour cet été, July 13th, 2012.

– Goldilocks: an Arctic version, October 28th, 2012.

– Goldilocks: a Mario version, October 28th,2012.

– Goldilocks: a new version, October 28th, 2012.

– Goldilocks: a gory version, October 28th, 2012.


The ALL-TIME 100 albums, April 28th, 2010.

Bomb threat to London from Irish dissidents, May 18th, 2011.

Cameron apologizes for Bloody Sunday, June 15th, 2010.

How did ‘the United States’ change from a plural to a singular noun?, September 29th, 2010.

How Privacy Vanishes Online, March 18th, 2010.

Immigrants eat US junk food to fit in: a study, May 19th, 2011.

A French hero in New York, April 7th, 2010.

London – Beijing in two days by train, April 29th, 2011.

New technology: a flying car for 2011, December 31st, 2010.

The Pen That Never Forgets, September 22nd, 2010.

Recent ads that have raised controversy, April 15th, 2010.

The school I’d like, May 6th, 2011.

Technology (Five Tech Themes for 2010), January 2nd, 2010.

The 25 most dangerous cities in America, May 25th, 2011.

Web Way to Learn a Language (The), February 1st, 2010.

The world’s biggest beaver dam discovered in northern Canada, May 8th, 2010.

The ‘dîner en blanc’ in Battery Park, August 27th, 2011.

A literary map of Manhattan, August 28th, 2011.

Hurricane shuts down schools along East Coast, August 30th, 2011.

New York to Paris or London by train, September 3rd, 2011.

The Statue of Liberty: a symbol of friendship between the USA and France, September 24th, 2011.

A Hong Kong student redesigns the Apple logo as a tribute to Steve Jobs, October 9th, 2011.

Jon Bon Jovi’s charity restaurant opens in New Jersey, November 4th, 2011.

Black Bear found in a rubbish collection truck in Vancouver, December 14th, 2011.

Romeo and Juliet: the BBC’s 1978 version, January 3rd, 2012.

The clip of a lego man in space goes viral on the web, January 28th, 2012.

A letter from a freed slave to his former master, January 31st, 2012.

Yosemite’s lava waterfall, February 21st, 2012.

Les associations de goûts les plus surprenantes de la gastronomie britannique, March 16th, 2012.

Asian immigrants to the US surpass Hispanics for the first time, June 21st, 2012.

The school lunch blog of a nine year old becomes famous, June 21st, 2012.

Pre-crime detection just like Minority Report, June 24th, 2012.

Which books should you read this summer?, July 10th, 2012.

The Old Bridge – a Texas Ghost Story, July 22nd, 2012.

London 2012: day-by-day guide to the highlights, July 27th, 2012.

London 2012: who will light the Olympic flame?, July 27th, 2012.

– Vertigo is named the greatest film of all time, August 6th, 2012.

– NASA’s Curiosity Rover successfully landed on Mars, August 7th, 2012.

– The photo of a man and his dog, Schoep, goes viral, August 9th, 2012.

– Neil Armstrong, First Man to Walk on Moon, Dies at 82, August 26th, 2012.

– Election 2012: where do the candidates stand on the issues?, October 25th, 2012.

– Even Sandy can’t stop New Yorkers from being New Yorkers, November 3rd, 2012.


Black Cat (The), by Edgar Allen Poe, December 2nd, 2009.

Gift of the Magi (The), by O Henri, January 24th, 2010.

Short stories, January 12th, 2010.

Tell-Tale Heart (The), by Edgar Allen Poe, December 2nd, 2009.

Vine on a House (A), by Ambrose Bierce, February 20th, 2010.


A class divided, April 30th, 2010.

Real TV: Survivor, November 28th, 2009.

An anthropological introduction to You Tube, February 17th, 2011.

The City Limits: a time-lapse video, May 16th, 2011.

Civil Rights: Ruby Bridges, May 8th, 2011.

Consumer society: the Simpsons, November 2nd, 2010.

Growth of a Nation, June 6th, 2010.

Happy Holidays (Mr Bean and the turkey), December 19th, 2010.

« Let’s all hate Toronto », March 28th, 2010.

News (Read and watch the news on these sites), November 5th, 2009.

News-in-brief: Royal Mail delivers a parcel 27 years late, March 3rd, 2010.

Our future world?, March 5th, 2011.

Police rapped after shield sledge stunt, January 14th, 2010.

Video: a visitor’s guide to London, March 12th, 2010.

Videos (Watch videos in English), November 7th, 2009.

Watch live TV broadcasts, June 4th, 2010.

Watch your favourite TV series with subtitles, May 24th, 2011.

World’s most typical person, March 4th, 2011.

YouTube’s 50 most watched videos, April 3rd, 2010.

– The story of stuff, July 24th, 2011.

– Stephen Wiltshire’s New York City Panorama, August 1st, 2011.

– 22 Most Unusual Google Earth Photos, August 2nd, 2011.

Saving a whale, August 10th, 2011.

Front pages, August 10th, 2011.

America’s most offensively caloric meals, August 19th, 2011.

Film trailer: The Help, August 21st, 2011.

Rugby World Cup 2011, September 9th, 2011.

Why is English a global language?, September 21st, 2011.

9/11, September 11th, 2011.

The US / Mexico border, September 23rd, 2011.

The Woodstock Festival, September 30th, 2011.

The Washington Monument, October 2nd, 2011.

Theo Jansen: a kinetic sculptor, October 8th, 2011.

The leaning tower of Westminster, January 27th, 2012.

The environment: global warming, January 29th, 2012.

Inside Apple’s iFactory – ABC News, February 21st, 2012.

Rosa Parks: a short biography, April 12th, 2012.

An unusual building: Kansas City Library, April 15th, 2012.

The History of the Simpsons, April 15th, 2012.

An unusual building: the Longaberger Basket Building, May 9th, 2012.

Weird science: the flash frozen bottle, July 18th, 2012.

The official London 2012 olympics film: Sport at Heart, July 20th, 2012.

– Watch free movies online, August 2nd, 2012.

– NASA’s Curiosity Rover successfully landed on Mars, August 7th, 2012.

– One race, every medalist ever: the men’s 100-meter sprint, August 8th, 2012.

– London 2012: the closing ceremony, August 13th, 2012.

– 18 years in rap, September 5th, 2012.

– Revolution: the trailer, September 9th, 2012.

– Campaign ads for Obama and Romney, October 26th, 2012.

– A surprising safety video for Air New Zealand, November 5th, 2012.



Christmas Carol (A), by Charles Dickens, December 21st, 2009.

Gift of the Magi (The), by O Henri, January 24th, 2010.

Tell-Tale Heart (The), by Edgar Allen Poe, December 2nd, 2009.


From silent films to talkies – 1ère spé., April 29th, 2010.

The blues project, March 18th, 2011.

South Africa: web search, January 18th, 2011.

Web search: the history of Black people in the USA, May 6th, 2010.

What is the blues, March 6th, 2011.

A web search on Gothic literature, September 29th, 2011.

Vocabulary: The Catcher in the Rye – 1, November 16th, 2011.