TES 27 July 2012

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

TES 27 July 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.

Seeking an epiphany in the wrong places

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  • Key stage 1: Get creative - Add some sparkle to your teaching techniques with these 5 top tips from NLTP
  • Key stage 2: Individual learners - Find out which learning style suits each of your students with this questionnaire from HughMorrison
  • Key stage 3: Inspiring numbers - Get creative in the maths classroom with Dave Gale's guide
  • Key stage 4: Creativity in the classroom - See hints and tips from other teachers who share their creative teaching ideas in a resource from ukedchat

How my garden grows

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Fun in the forbidden


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Generation game


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  • Teachers are asking whether Hitchcock and his films should be on the national curriculum. One teacher argues that Hitchcock is the Shakespeare of our times. What's your view?

No horsing around

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  • Explore the wonders of the ancient world with a lesson from Darren Ayling
  • Cross the Atlantic and look at how important horses, and buffalo were to Native Americans in lotrrulzu's presentation

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And the point is...

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  • The pros and cons of starting and running a staff choir are discussed in the TES Music forum. There are those who think it's just going be too much hard work and others who have successfully done it before. What do you think?

Nothing is impossible

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  • Teachers are discussing the launch of the DfE consultation on primary languages. MFL teachers should feedback to the DfE by September 28. Have you added your thoughts?