I love old books, especially well-written, moving classics that I can download onto my iPad and read on the go. Even better, I can recommend them to my students to try them out for free. So naturally I got excited to hear about the latest list of books whose copyrights would expire soon. Have you heard of The Prophet by Kahil Gibran? It was very popular among high school students when I was in school, simply written and sure to move the poet in all of us. Take a look.
I didn't know that the category "Documentaries" had a subset "Non-depressing documentaries" but then again this subset does sound good to me. This playlist even shows you how to access the movies, not only on Netflix but also via Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes, Showtime, et cetera. Netflix usually has English subtitles so please turn them on to boost your English comprehension and pronunciation. Let me know which shows you recommend.
Not only will reading this article give you your daily dose of English, it will likely also give you a boost to your day. Be sure and listen to the video interview of the two boys telling how they checked vital signs, called 911 and then performed CPR until the medics arrived. I'm off to teach CPR to my kids now. As they are older than these two, they should have no trouble learning.