TES links 13 January 2012

TES 13 January 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.

28 January - 4 February

Develop a head for tales

  • Dale Salwak is professor of English, Citrus College, Glendora, California.

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Recommended

Resources for learning about storytelling


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27 January

This year's theme is Speak Up, Speak Out.


Maths -

Positive thinking

Resource of the Week

  • Maths in SpaceA computer game, in the vein of space invaders or other vintage arcade games, but with a mathematical edge.

In the Spotlight

  • Maths for the 21st Century The whole report including an executive summary, can be downloaded from the ACME website

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Science

A lesson in the day of……


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Resource of the Week


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Contributors to the TES Science forum often discuss how to make science lessons more exciting and interactive.



English

Don't bore us use a thesaurus


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Sophie's poem


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Modern Foreign Languages

Isabelle Jones

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  • Isabelle Jones offers suggestions for language learning ICT-based strategies in her blog

Isabelle Jones uses Diigo to store and share all my primary languages internet-based resources. They are then easy to access by topic from any computers.



Contributor of the Week

Comberton Village College have uploaded 734 modern foreign language resources covering primary and secondary French, Spanish and German.


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  • In the TES MFL forum teachers are debating what GCSE MFL would look like if they ruled the world
  • They also go into detail on whether they would support a GCSE system which had compulsory writing and oral exams but no coursework

ICT / D&T

The trouble with recycling…

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In the Spotlight - Capturing the Wild

Inspire your students to take beautiful photographs, Sarah Beaumont shares a number of resources introducing the key genres of the medium.


British Student Film Festival: Submission Deadline Approaching


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Humanities

Putting the 'Morph' into morphology

Geography

Glacier models


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In the Spotlight

Business studies


Collection of the Week

World Religion Day