1. More on the interface between the hands and the brain, from my colleague Robin in Tokyo https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/the-athletes-way/202107/touch-typing-may-unclamp-the-brain-and-promote-flow-state
Never having learnt to touch type remains one of the embarrassments of my life when working in an open-plan office; I can batter my keyboard at home as much as I like.
2. This is currently the most popular article on one stop English, and it’s clearly fulfilling a need https://www.onestopenglish.com/support-for-teaching-grammar/comparative-and-superlative-adjectives-article/144846.article
3. Not sure this converts into a lesson, but it’s a powerful, sombre read by the Uyghur poet Tahir Hamut Izgil https://www.theatlantic.com/the-uyghur-chronicles/
4. And, finally, Mexican music from Luz Negra https://youtu.be/OpXvKvhoaK8 (but I think I liked uKhoiKhoi from Zambia best).