A guru's guide to gender balance

14th May 1999 at 01:00
Teachers have to take classes through enough steps to allow boys to learn and should always ask students to think of five points on any subject. The brain works better on odd numbers and the need for five points stretches thinking.

Storylines in EastEnders always have five things happening, said Geoff Hannan, himself a former soap opera scriptwriter.

* Contact Geoff Hannan at: http:www.btinternet.comgeoff.hannanhomepagePage_1x.html

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