New Online Course: Prison

New ESL course: Prison Life What are the different types of prisons? What do “selling wolf tickets” and “backdoor parole” mean in prison slang? Why do prisoners in the United States wear orange, red, or even pink uniforms? If you have no idea and would like to know more about this topic, we have good … Continue reading New Online Course: Prison

CaseFiles on iBooks

If you own an iDevice, CaseFiles are ready to be downloaded! The first, Halloween issue deals with the clowns that were appearing in the US – and the rest of the world – in 2016. With this scary phenomenon, you will find questions and vocabulary on Halloween. The infamous American serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, … Continue reading CaseFiles on iBooks

What Can You Learn From the Detective’s Wall?

  (Source: Pinterest) Ever seen stretched papers, black-and-white photos behind a detective in your favorite crime/spy fiction? Ever wondered why they are designed like that? The concept of the Detective’s Wall is not new: as Esquire reports, even BBC’s 1979’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy utilized this technique to visualize all the information the investigator knows of a case. But … Continue reading What Can You Learn From the Detective’s Wall?

Serial Killers and Profiling Course

Since July, you could observe that a lot of materials have been published on serial killers, and the reason for it was to pave the way for a unique language course, focusing entirely on Serial Killers and Profiling  that you can, too, join by clicking on the title. And another good news: it is at … Continue reading Serial Killers and Profiling Course

NEWSLETTER: 5 Myths about Serial Killers and Present Simple

From July on, it has been ‘Serial Killers month’ because we have been busy making a new online course about serial killers and profiling.  Oh, have you seen our new ‘Courses‘ section yet? If not, please do so, and make sure you are subscribed to our weekly newsletter. Because this week, you’ll get a small … Continue reading NEWSLETTER: 5 Myths about Serial Killers and Present Simple