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31st August 2012 at 01:00


- Punk Science brings action and comedy to lessons with videos from Science Museum Learning. Presenters Dan and Jon explore "end of the universe" theories, eco-living and selective breeding. Dan and Jon are pulled apart by bungee cords to represent the "big rip theory", and role- play what a melatonin-supplement drug test might look like.


- If you are introducing Italian, try these interactive resources: Names and numbers, a PowerPoint by shropshire14; Come stai?, chatterbox81's presentation of basic vocabulary; and Italian instructions by MadameSchultz.


- EstJam's big grammar quiz could help your pupils to write clearly, while dognosh's entertaining PowerPoint shows pupils why spelling, punctuation and grammar are important.

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