Young Post is back at school this year with a hip, new look and exciting new content. Students will find the revamped paper, relaunched on Monday, more local and student-oriented - and a lot more fun. And for teachers there is more ready-to-use classroom material. Young Post's website also relaunches on Monday. Responding to calls from teachers for accessible material to use as a springboard for learning, we have created The Big Issue. This dynamic double-spread focuses on a hot, local issue each week and gives students multiple entry points to the topic. It has been specially designed to be used in liberal studies lessons. The first Big Issue, which runs on Tuesday, poses the question 'Is Disney good for Hong Kong?' Using South China Morning Post articles, graphs, fact boxes and soundbites, students are led through a series of viewpoints and encouraged to develop their own opinion. The new website has a section just for teachers who subscribe to Young Post. Weekly lesson plans are created by a team of teachers led by former Hong Kong Institute of Education senior lecturer Dr Angela Mok. Young Post is primarily a language-learning tool. The new design incorporates bilingual vocabulary bars at the bottom of pages to help students with difficult words. The language-learning pages have been redesigned, and exercises made more accessible with the help of two local teenagers, Mandie and Thomas, who talk students through tasks. Liberal studies teachers will appreciate the addition of new science and health pages. Plus teen counsellor Jaime Simpson answers students' questions about everything from exam pressure to dating. We also carry the popular McDull cartoon in English. There are now even more ways for students to get involved with the paper. As well as the popular letters page, students can contribute music and book reviews, have their creative writing published on the Express Yourself page or see their drawings on the Art page. There is also space for school events and student snap shots. Our aim is that students will not only read Young Post, but will feel a part of the Young Post community. Young Post Monday to Friday editions are only available by school subscription. For details call the School Subscription Section on 2680 8822.