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18th November 2011 at 00:00
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- A quiz template based on the quiz show Jeopardy, this is a quiz with a twist: players are provided with the answers, and have to find the right questions. There are several examples of the game on TES Resources. Try natashafox85's.


- When events like earthquakes and drought occur, teachers need the skills to give them context. An article on the Geographical Association's website has information and ideas for developing classroom discussion.


- Try bangortes's "a la tele" to introduce vocabulary for TV and how to give opinions. It is recommended for pupils with behavioural and learning difficulties. In the forums, one teacher seeks advice on how to incorporate their learning support assistant into language lessons.

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