TES 10 August 2012

Links to resources, events, reviews and forum posts featured in TES this week

TES 10 August 2012

Links to resources, events, reviews and forum posts featured in TES this week

For your ease of use, all the links to items featured in the Resources section of the magazine are now accessible from this web page. Either use the links below to access subject areas or scroll down the page.

Take me to your teacher, Earthling

The SETI Protocols

What else?

  • Key stage 1: Destination outer space - Explore the final frontiers with this year 1 space topic plan by comenius
  • Key stage 2: Alien arithmetic - Save the world from mysterious aliens using mathematic skills in a project from nicolawaddilove
  • Key stage 3: Somewhere out there - Do Aliens exist? Discuss the possibilities with grahamcolman's assembly
  • Key stage 4: Universal ideas - See how our thinking about space has changed over the centuries with a PowerPoint introduction from rubberchicken2
  • Key stage 5: To infinity - Explore how the Universe is increasing in size with a lesson pack from iop.

Now they get it...

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  • Separate maths from numeracy, increase the challenge in the maths classroom and allow failure - is this a recipe for success? One maths teacher thinks it might work, do you agree?

Poor old Pluto


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Punctuation is alive


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Bard to the bone

Shakespeare: Staging the World (July 19-November 25)

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Scrum for it boys


What else?

  • Write persuasive letters to encourage more youth rugby training with Gloucestershire Archives' lesson
  • Or try eliteperformance's handout to improve rugby technique

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Ooh la la, he's a star

What else?

Watch the video Peter Thackrey's students created online:



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  • Teachers are declaring their favourite grammar points on TES, one admits to loving the 'conditional perfect in German'. Do you have a favourite?