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Primary English e-Learning Resources
About PEER
PEER
The Primary English E-learning Resources (PEER), which targets upper primary students, consists of 48 learning units based on the following modules, ‘Changes’, ‘Food and Drink’, ‘Relationships’, ‘The Magic of Nature’, ‘We Love Hong Kong’ and ‘Happy Days’. Each learning unit comes with a lesson plan and a worksheet. All multi-media resources included are from the website http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/.

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