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  1. 1. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING      NEW  STORIES       ROME’S  DIAMOND  ROBBERS     FROM  :  BBC  ,  WORLD  NEWS  FOR  CHILDREN,  WEDNESDAY  20  0CTOBER  2O10         1   2   3   4   5   6       Finally,  two  men  ……………  (1.  steal)  the  most  expensive  item  at  a  top   jewellers  in  Rome  -­‐  a  diamond  ring  worth  $700,000  dollars.  It  ……………   (2.  seem)  the  two  robbers,  who  ……………  (3.  not  carry)  any  weapons,   simply  ……………  (4.  walk)    into  the  shop  and  ……………  (5.  ask)  to  see  the   most  valuable  item  they  ……………  (6.  have),  they  then  ……………  (7.  pick   up)  the  ring  and  ……………  (8.  walk  out)  the  door!       PODCAST  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wnc   SCRIPT  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_wed.shtml  
  2. 2. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING      NEW  STORIES       ROME’S  DIAMOND  ROBBERS     FROM  :  BBC  ,  WORLD  NEWS  FOR  CHILDREN,  WEDNESDAY  20  0CTOBER  2O10         1   2   3   4   5   6       Finally,  two  men  have  stolen  (1.  steal)  the  most  expensive  item  at  a  top   jewellers  in  Rome  -­‐  a  diamond  ring  worth  $700,000  dollars.  It  seems  (2.   seem)  the  two  robbers,  who  weren’t  carrying  (3.  not  carry)  any   weapons,  simply  walked  (4.  walk)    into  the  shop  and  asked  (5.  ask)  to   see  the  most  valuable  item  they  had  (6.  have),  they  then  picked  up  (7.   pick  up)  the  ring  and  walked  out  (8.  walk  out)  the  door!       PODCAST  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wnc   SCRIPT  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_wed.shtml                              
  3. 3. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING      NEW  STORIES                       BARBIE   ROME’S  DIAMOND  ROBBERS     FROM  :  BBC  ,  WORLD  NEWS  FOR  CHILDREN,  TUESDAY,  5  0CTOBER  2O10         1   2   3       4   5   6   7   8       OK,  what's  the  most  you'd  spend  on  a  toy  or  game?  Well,  how  about  a   huge  three  hundred  thousand  pounds!  That's  how  much  a  special  one-­‐ off  Barbie  -­‐  with  a  real  diamond  necklace  -­‐  ……………  (1.  sell)  for  at   auction.       And  staying  with  expensive  jewels  for  a  second,  two  men  ……………  (2.   steal)  a  diamond  ring  worth  nearly  half  a  million  pounds.  It  seems  the   robbers  just  ……………  (3.  walk)    into  a  jewellers  in  Rome,  ……………  (4.   ask)    to  see  the  most  valuable  item  they  ……………  (5.  have),  then   ……………  (6.  pick)  up  the  ring  and  ……………  (7.  walk  out)  the  door.     PODCAST  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wnc   SCRIPT  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_wed.shtml  
  4. 4. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING      NEW  STORIES       BARBIE   ROME’S  DIAMOND  ROBBERS     FROM  :  BBC  ,  WORLD  NEWS  FOR  CHILDREN,  TUESDAY,  5  0CTOBER  2O10         1   2   3     4   5   6   7   8   9       OK,  what's  the  most  you'd  spend  on  a  toy  or  game?  Well,  how  about  a   huge  three  hundred  thousand  pounds!  That's  how  much  a  special  one-­‐ off  Barbie  -­‐  with  a  real  diamond  necklace  –  has  sold  (1.  sell)  for  at   auction.       And  staying  with  expensive  jewels  for  a  second,  two  men  have  stolen  (2.   steal)  a  diamond  ring  worth  nearly  half  a  million  pounds.  It  seems  the   robbers  just  walked  (3.  walk)    into  a  jewellers  in  Rome,  asked  (4.  ask)    to   see  the  most  valuable  item  they  had  (5.  have),  then  picked  (6.  pick)  up   the  ring  and  walked  out    (7.  walk  out)  the  door.     PODCAST  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wnc   SCRIPT  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_wed.shtml                                              
  5. 5. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING      NEW  STORIES                 And finally, you might be pleased that the weekend's around the corner, but one man is so keen to learn, he's going back to university at the age of 100! Bholaram Das has signed up to do a two year PhD course at university in India. Bholaram says he's wanted to head back to uni for the last 70 years, but he never quite got around to it! http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_fri.shtml     Hi there, I'm Ricky from the BBC World News for Children. It's Friday the 22nd of October. Coming up: We've got massive news about Wayne Rooney. And how melting ice caps are causing storms. But first, to Haiti where a disease has killed at least one hundred and thirty five people. Officials are worried that it could be cholera - an illness that can be deadly and is passed on through food and water. Following the earthquake in Haiti, lots of people live in camps, where the conditions can be crowded and unhygienic. Experts think if the disease reaches those areas, it could travel quickly. The World Health Organisation is working to stop it spreading, their spokesperson Gregory Hartl says people need to be educated about the disease... CLIP: "People will probably not be very familiar with what to do, in terms of both recognising the symptoms and where to go for treatment, and also how to prevent it from spreading. So, there are big challenges at the moment in Haiti." http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_fri.shtml       More news now and weather experts think that snow storms in the US and Europe are being caused by rising temperatures in the Arctic. It might sound strange that warmer weather in one place leads to colder weather in another. But as the Arctic warms up, the atmosphere above it becomes a little more unstable. The result of this is a change in the wind direction, which during last winter caused cold air to flood south into North America and Europe, causing storms. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_fri.shtml     And finally, you might be pleased that the weekend's around the corner, but one man is so keen to learn, he's going back to university at the age of 100! Bholaram Das has signed up to do a two year PhD course at university in India. Bholaram says he's wanted to head back to uni for the last 70 years, but he never quite got around to it! http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_fri.shtml     Next up, most of you probably have to wear a uniform to school, but is it just a waste of time? Well, we thought we'd put it to the test. We got one class to ditch their green uniforms for a week and wear their own clothes instead. So how did they get on? I went along to find out... CLIP: "It's gone really good. I feel much more relaxed in class. It seems so much brighter and more colourful in class." "I think that the behaviour has gone down. Like, everyone keeps mucking about."
  6. 6. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING      NEW  STORIES     Well, the teacher wasn't that impressed either, but what do you reckon? let us know on the Newsround website. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_script_fri.shtml      

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