+0
This is a real discovery for me. It's Google News Timeline . It is a form of RSS reader that allows you to look at related stories over a period of time: for example with one click you can look at stories related to "health" for the past week. It has lots of possibilities for the ICT classroom for textual analysis and more. It really is worth checking out.

It's all pretty self-explanatory, but if you wish I have posted a brief video tutorial aimed at my IELTS self-access students here.

You might be interested in:

Timeline In Past?

I cannot make sense of the timelines and flashbacks in the following Yeltsin’s drunkenness symbolized the self-loathing shambles to which the former superpower had been reduced...

Timeline On/Of?

"A timeline on American history" "A timeline of American history" Could those mean the exact same thing?...

Testing Google Pictures?

Hey ISU, I've just tried to insert a Google picture via Firefox and it works. What browser are you using?

Google Translation?

Google now offers a free translation service as part of its search engine. I'll give you an example of an English to Finnish translation. This is the original English text: The...

No News?

Hello! I have several questions regarding this sentence. Would you be so kind to answer them, please? 1. Is it Ok to use this expression in this text, it's more formal than informal...