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Why does Titanic still fascinate us today? Discuss, argue and persuade, using TES English's speaking and listening tasks in its Titanic resources. Who was to blame? Talk about it using Kanet's "Sorting and Evaluating the Evidence" documents.


Why do we obsess about being "perfect" or "normal"? What do these words mean? Youth healthtalk's "Health and Weight" activities will get students thinking. Pupils can play agony aunt to peers with "Body Image", pennymcb's lesson that shows them they are not alone.


"Why has nobody ever found the Loch Ness Monster?" Hindmarch's resources use the monster as a springboard to consider how animals adapt, with learn, think, design, decide, present and revise activities for S1-3.

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