K-Pop’s BTS Conquers the US Billboard Charts

injapanteacher 2020-09-12 10:07:12
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This is a Current Events lesson from our 'In the News' series. It includes Audio which is available to download on our website. This is a Full Access lesson plan however you can get Free Access to download and teach a selection of Lesson Plans, Handouts, and Worksheets from the Library.

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K-pop's BTS has achieved its first No. 1 “Dynamite” on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, writing a new chapter in K-pop history as the first Korean band to do so. After having topped the Billboard 200 album chart four times, they have now reached No. 1 on both charts. BTS has broken new ground in K-pop for supporting social justice movements recently saying “We stand against racial discrimination. You, I, and we all have the right to be respected” in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

About In the News Handouts
Engage and challenge your intermediate and advanced level students with learning based current event topics. ‘In the News’ handouts offer reading, listening, and a variety of English learning activities based on the topic. Activities included are useful for students preparing for international English tests as well as a fun and engaging review for advanced students.

This downloadable teaching material is recommended for at Upper-intermediate (B2) and Advanced (C1) level. It is valuable for consolidating Suffixes (e.g. S, ED, ING, N'T), Verb patterns and Word classes in English, and is excellent for enhancing your pupils' Reading skills. It is focused on the topic and words of Celebrities (stars, famous people) and Newspaper English.
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Upload date: 2020-09-12 10:07:12

Author: injapanteacher

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