Looking for online learning resources to educate and entertain children aged six to 12? Try our e-dictation lessons read by European players and coaches.
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All over the world, parents and teachers are juggling home schooling with home working. Children are e-learning, with no chance to kick a ball with friends in the playground. To give everyone a daily break from teaching and studying in isolation, the UEFA Foundation for Children has invited some of European football's top players and coaches to become a Champions Teacher.
Scotland midfielder Leanne Crichton, reading in English, is joined by three goalkeeping experts in our fourth series of dictation videos. David Grof (Hungarian), Franck Raviot (French) and Petr Kouba (Czech) each provide school lessons for a difference for children aged 6-12 across Europe.
Children simply need to grab a pen and paper, pick a video, then write (or type) as the Champions Teacher reads a short excerpt from their favourite children's book or poem. To check results, download the PDF of the full text.
Links at the bottom of the page can direct to other lessons in other languages
Current team: Glasgow City
Former teams Edinburgh Ladies, Celtic, Hibernian, Notts County
Current team: Ferencváros
Former teams Hibernian, Notts County, Walsall, Goslarer SC, Berliner AK, Csákvári TK, Budapest Honvéd
Current team: France
Former teams Lens, FC Martigues, AS Corbeil-Essonnes, Amicale de Lucé Football
Current team: Football Association of the Czech Republic
Former teams FC Bohemians Praha, Sparta Praha, Deportivo La Coruña, FC Kaiserslautern, Viktoria Žižkov, FK Jablonec
ABOUT CHAMPIONS TEACHERS
The UEFA Foundation would like to thank all the footballers and coaches who have taken on the role of Champions Teacher to help put a smile on the faces of children. If you have any questions about the initiative, please email email@example.com