- listening comprehension
- vocabulary building
- speaking practice
Different topics each week. General English and Business English
Level: Intermediate or above.
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How will AI change the world?
In the coming years, artificial intelligence is probably going to change your life— and likely the entire world. But people have a hard time agreeing on exactly how AI will affect our society. Can we build AI systems that help us fix the world? Or are we doomed to a robotic takeover? Explore the limitations of artificial intelligence and the possibility of creating human-compatible technology
Would you pass the wallet test?
Picture this: you’re working a shift in a hotel lobby when someone approaches the front desk. They found a lost wallet around the corner, but they’re in a rush and don’t have time to follow up. Looking at the wallet you see it contains a key, grocery list, about $13, and three business cards you assume belong to the wallet’s owner. So, what do you do?
Meet your new English teacher: ChatGPT
Do you think that ChatGPT will replace English teachers? Or even replace the need to learn foreign languages? In this workshop we discuss every about ChatGPT, it potential and the vocabulary related to it.
How to be more productive - Tips and Hacks
Want to be more productive and organised – whether that’s at work or studying? From “Deep Work” to the “Pomodoro Technique”, here are some simple productivity tips and productivity hacks to help you make the most of your time and get more done.
5 tips to improve your critical thinking
Every day, a sea of decisions stretches before us, and it’s impossible to make a perfect choice every time. But there are many ways to improve our chances — and one particularly effective technique is critical thinking.
How to have a really good argument
Need some top tips for having a successful argument? Former politician Rory Stewart gives us his guide to arguing more effectively.
3 Tips to improve your memory
Whether you want to remember shopping lists, decks of cards or even your dreams, memory coach Jordan Harry shares his top three tips.
Do you want to live in the 15-minute city?
What if everything you needed for daily life was within a 15-minute walk or cycle from your house?
Half the world’s population lives in cities today and by the end of the century that could rise to 90%.
So, is there a better way to design our cities and make them greener, more sustainable and more people-friendly?
Take a ride in a driverless taxi
Driverless taxis, or “robotaxis”, have been rolled out on the streets of San Francisco.
The company in charge is named Cruise
How to create a new habit
Why are new habits so hard to stick to?
Dr Radha Modgil explains what’s going on in our brains when we try to make new habits or break bad ones.
And she has five tips for how to succeed in making a new habit.
The quiet power of introverts
Are you an introvert? If so, that’s great! Animator Sofja Umarik (who is an introvert) looks at how it can be a real strength.
Four secrets from sports psychology you can use in everyday life
From talking to yourself to rehearsing to your mind, here are four secrets from the world of sports psychology that you can apply to your own life to help you achieve your goals
What do lucky people do differently?
Why is it that some people seem to have all the luck? And can we improve our fortunes? The BBC’s Tui McLean explores the ins and outs of being lucky.
Level: B2/C1/ C2
Type of English: general, sports, everyday English
Lesson activities: listening comprehension, vocabulary building, speaking practice.
Grammar focus: expressions