TES 3 August 2012

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

TES 3 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.

We've come a long way together

The TES Paralympics collection is full of resources celebrating sporting achievement.

What else?

  • Key stage 1: Flash sports - Flashcards to help pupils remember the Paralympics by lbrowne
  • Key stage 2: Sir Ludwig Guttmann - Investigate the founder of the Paralympics with this HolocaustMemorialDayTrust case study.
  • Key stage 3: Sporting stars - Try tadolpho's
  • presentation to teach students about disability rights and the sporting world.
  • Key stage 4: die Paralympischen Spiele - Introduce the history and sports of the games in German with petermorris2001's activity.
  • Key stage 4: Blade Runner - Inspiring assembly about Oscar Pistorius, double-amputee competing against able-bodied athletes at London 2012 from Spire.

The art of surprise

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Take note


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  • Science in my holidays – there's a shout-out for science teachers to send in photos of your summer holidays with a description of the science behind image. Find out more in the TES Science forum. - do you think it's a suitable practical for a year 5 pupil to observe?

Balancing act


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  • There's chat about the essential items English teachers should have in the TES English forum. Can you offer any advice on must-haves for this student about to start their PGCE course?

Digging for history

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  • Check out this handy chat on text book recommendations for year 7 and 8 history in theTES History forum


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Quick on the draw

Two great animation tools that are completely free to use:

Check out what students produced:


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Translation frustration

What else?

  • Looking for inspiration to make your EAL teaching creative? Try a.elmuntasser's termly plan
  • For a collection of ideas to stimulate speaking and other language skills try mikegershon's EAL toolkit


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