Easy-to-read international news

Newsademic Issue 344: ‘Child’ of Krakatau

World news for students and young people

Newsademic issue 343: Space tourism

Easily understood world news for English language learners

Newsademic Issue 341: Great War centenary

Applicable across all standard curriculums

Newsademic Issue 339: Sea-crossing bridge opens

Straightforward, engaging content

Newsademic Issue 335: Exhuming Franco

 

Newsademic Issue 344 Front Cover: 'Child' of Krakatau

Latest issue highlights

Where is the ‘Child’ of Krakatau and what are volcanic landslide-triggered tsunamis? In this issue, we describe what happened in Indonesia, explain how and why these rare events occur and tell the story about the Child’s more infamous ancestor.

Also in this issue:

  • Bangladesh’s disputed election*
  • UN Security Council changes*
  • Japan resumes hunting for whales*
  • New Horizons’ Ultima Thule flyby
  • President Trump’s surprise visit*
  • Dracula ants’ mandibles
  • Landing on the Moon’s far side*
  • Euro currency anniversary*
  • Red Sea to Dead Sea project
  • World’s rarest bird success
  • …and much more!

(those with an * have accompanying activities/worksheets).

 

The informative, easy-to-read introduction to world news for kids, students and schools

INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY SUBSCRIPTIONS

For students’ own study and families

SCHOOL & INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SUBSCRIPTIONS

For school wide, intranet and LMS access

EFL SUBSCRIPTIONS

For English language tutors, schools and colleges

LIBRARY SUBSCRIPTIONS

For school and public libraries

SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL

Existing or lapsed subscriber and wish to renew? Click here:

Renewing a current subscription early?
Your renewal will automatically activate immediately after you current subscription expires.
You can therefore renew at any time.

C

 

"Newsademic has become a very popular resource at our school"

Teacher

Hong Kong

"I have used your publication for a few years now and find it one of the best resources we have"

Teacher

Australia

"We're glad our subscription is up and running. This is a great resource!"

Teacher

Japan

Share This