How many hours of screen-time do you have each day? This video takes a look into the digital lives of two teenagers from the USA. See what you think about their digital lives. 
Do you know why the ocean is salty? If not, watch this video and you'll find out. You learn something new every day on LearnEnglish Teens! ;) 
Did you know that tonnes of perfectly good food is thrown away every day in some countries? When some people don't have enough food to eat it seems crazy that so much food is wasted. Watch this video and learn about the work that Tristram Stuart is doing to try and change this situation. 
Have you heard about Emma Watson's HeForShe campaign? It's all about gender equality – which means women and men having the same rights. Watch the first part of the video (to 5 minutes and 15 seconds!), do the exercises and then have a look at the HeForShe website. 
Check out this video to learn how to make a romantic meal for a special occasion. It's not as difficult as it sounds! 
This song was created by members of GMCBeats rap workshops and Webwise Ireland to celebrate Safer Internet Day. Online safety is really important for everyone who uses the internet so listen to the song and do the exercises to make sure you stay safe online. 

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picture from A Brief History of Writing
We do it every day, on paper, on our phones and on computers. But, what do you know about the history of writing? Watch this clip to find out more.
How many hours of screen-time do you have each day? This video takes a look into the digital lives of two teenagers from the USA. See what you think about their digital lives. 
screenshot of Roman Britain
Did you know that Britain was once Roman? Watch Eric in this video as he imagines what life was like in Roman times.
Can you skip or 'jump rope' as they call it in the USA? Are you good at observing things that happen around you? This video will test how observant you are and it will also show you some amazing, Double Dutch skipping. 
Jack Harries is one of the most popular bloggers in the UK. He has a YouTube channel called JacksGap. In this video Jack travels to Australia to give his girlfriend a birthday surprise. 
David Attenborough is one of Britain's most popular wildlife experts. In this video clip he introduces us to a very special bird which can make some great sounds. 

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