More reviews in this week's TES Friday magazine

29th November 2002 at 00:00

Books on school violence, reviewed by Gerald Haigh:
Violence in Schools: the response in Europe
Edited by Peter K Smith
RoutledgeFalmer pound;22.50 pbk, pound;70 hbk
Before Conflict: preventing aggressive behaviour
By John D Byrnes
Scarecrow pound;18.95 pbk, pound;30.95 hbk
Conflict Resolution Communication: patterns promoting peaceful schools
By Melinda Lincoln
Scarecrow pound;16.95 pbk, pound;23.95 hbk
Anger Management in Schools: alternatives to student violence
By Jerry Wilde
Scarecrow pound;22.95 pbk, pound;30.95 hbk


For new teachers:

The Newly Qualified Teacher's Handbook: third edition
By Elizabeth Holmes
Kogan Page pound;14.99
"...a book that lives up to its title: helpful in content, reassuring in tone, down to earth in application," writes Michael Duffy

In brief:
The Rough Guide Chronicles
England
By Robin Eagles
France
By Ian Littlewood
India
By Dilip Hiro
China
By Justin Wintle
Rough Guides pound;7.99 each

Exhibition - A blast of Blake:
Magic Pencil is at the British Library until March 31 2003. See: www.bl.uk
Laureate's Progress (Jonathan Cape, pound;14.99)nbsp;

Television:
Ian Rankin's Evil Thoughts
C4, Saturday, November 30, 7.05-8.05pm

Going out:
Heather Neill on a Byron extravaganza at the National Portrait Gallery, Sean Bean as anbsp;"two-dimensional" Macbeth at the Albery Theatre;nbsp;a jazz education project in Leicester, and more...

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