Hi, I'm currently working as an English Language assistant in a French lycée, and have a slight problem which I was wondering if anyone could help me with. I've got a class in their final year who specialise in history. This means that, when they're learning English, they're taught about whatever subject they're studying, but in English; in this case, it's the Cold War. I've been given this class because back home, I'm doing a joint honours degree in French and History. This may seem logical to the teachers at the lycée, but there's one problem: I haven't studied the Cold War at any level, ever. In fact, I haven't even studied anything at all from the twentieth century since I was at school. Nonetheless, I'm expected to teach this class about the Cold War in English; I've explained the situation to the teachers, but they seem to just keep nodding and agreeing and then still expecting me to teach this class about the Cold War. Can anyone recommend any resources which might be useful, either in quickly getting a bit more clued up on at least the main points of the Cold War or in planning lessons about it (bearing in mind that I have to do so in a language which is foreign to the pupils)? Thanks in advance. As may be obvious from the tone of my post, I'm ever so slightly stressed about this!