Newsbrowsing blog

We are delighted to welcome You and Your students back in November 2021.

Our competition is open from 1st November.

„The fallen leaves in the forest seemed to make even the ground glow and burn with light”
— Malcolm Lowry, October Ferry to Gabriola

About

We are thrilled to announce the launch of ’Newsbrowsing Competition’ for all secondary school students across Hungary in the academic year 2021/22.

If you are drawn to the English language and really eager to discover more about the English-speaking world, culture and heritage, come and enter our competition organised in four rounds.

1. round: 01 November 2021. – 30 November 2021. - online
2. round: 01 December 2021. – 31 December 2021. – online
3. round: 01 January 2022. – 31 January 2022. – online
4. Final: 18-19 March 2022. Bonyhádi Szellemi Zsendülés – on location

Regarding Terms and Conditions along with entry criteria please visit the website of our School – Bonyhádi Petőfi Sándor Lutheran Grammar School below.

We wish You all good luck!

The Newsbrowsing Team

Created: 17 November 2015

Name

Krisztina Túri

Occupation

Teacher of English

Employment

Bonyhádi Petőfi Sándor Lutheran Secondary Grammar School
Katedra Language School Szekszárd

Tagline

'A job started is a job half done'

Introduction

I have been a devotee to English language and culture for a long while and an adherent supporter of our Mother Earth. I gain inspiration from my reads, one of which is my greatest companion, Country Living. Throughout the last couple of years I have piled them up at the bottom of my wardrobe, but remained unused for my students for some time. Being a teacher, a few years ago the idea of the blog was born, in which I am trying to combine hearty reading resources with exam tasks and to put them to good use. Hopefully for the joy of some others!

Some nuggets to enjoy

„One should really use the camera as though tomorrow you'd be stricken blind. To live a visual life is an enormous undertaking, practically unattainable. I have only touched it, just touched it” - Dorothea Lange