"No chewing Gum!!!" That would be the classical start of one of our English classes at school. However, this act of throwing it away can turn out to be a green act, as a fantastic way to recycle it has just been discovered so as to make shoe soles and many other items out of this sticky litter we usually come across on the pavements and that are such a nuisance for city councils.
Here are some articles to read about the issue:
Anna Bullus's innovation: chewing gum recycling (The Guardian)
Activities for my 2º ESO students: Apart from talking about chewing gums, can you tell me the different ways of transport you can use to cross the English Channel? Which British cities do you go from and to which European cities can you go to?
Phrasal verbs: put sth/so up (KSA Academy Granada)
- Episode 180307 / 07 March 2018 >>> Turning chewing gum into useful objects - Language related to 'Recycling'. Need-to-know language: litter, versatile, to hammer home, new lease of life & eye-catching.