I would like to congratulate Keith Kelly, Clive Oxenden and Keith Halstead because their project TrashedWorld is among the finalists for the ELTons 2017. TrashedWorld is a global schools' platform for curriculum exchange work on the topic of waste. Its aim is to help develop English language skills in secondary schools while developing awareness among young people of the worldwide problem of waste and its impact on the environment.
To celebrate their nomination, they are offering free subscription to TrashedWorld till the finals on June 14th. This means access to resources from over 300 schools from all over Europe for free!
Listen to Keith below these lines to see how to take part in this wonderful project which is so necessary for our beloved planet:
You can also read the TrashedWorld Bulletin 04 , which is dedicated to this announcement and includes simple steps for finding and working with partners for exchanging student work. You can find it here.
Once again, congratulations to Keith Kelly and his team on the superb work they have done and thank you very much for offering our CLIL teachers this great opportunity. Taking part in TrashedWorld will sure contribute to making our students aware of the impact of waste and change habits so as to prevent damage to our environment.