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French B Orals
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Recent updates: Chemistry
Since Paper 1 consists entirely of multiple choice questions it makes sense to give students practice at doing these types of questions. This can be particularly helpful if you teach students for whom English is not their first language as they need as much exposure as possible to these type of questions where... more
Recent updates: Psychology
Communication plays a key role in maintaining a relationship. Rusbult et al (1991) have investigated the role of accommodation as a key to having a healthy relationship. Accommodation is defined as an individual's willingness, when a partner has engaged in behaviour that is destructive to the relationship,... more
Recent updates: Spanish B
A continuación te ofrecemos algunas ideas prácticas para trabajar una obra de literatura en la clase de español B. Es verdad que nos tenemos que centrar en preparar a los alumnos para el trabajo escrito. En el apartado de evaluación te ofrecemos algunas propuestas sobre este tipo de trabajo. Pero... more
Recent updates: teachMathematics
This page is dedicated to a collaborative project involving a worldwide student (and teacher) survey. Below you will find a questionnaire that will take 5-10 minutes for students to complete. Teachers may wish to trial the survey first. This is fine, but answer the questions honestly so that we can use the... more
Recent updates: English B
Judith Goebel teaches English at Frankfurt International School I've always thought of The Review as one of the more interesting text-types to teach. One can allow a certain amount of freedom of choice of topic - although not, of course, in the exam - and they can be good fun. However, I've found that students... more
Recent updates: Physics
To collect a lot of data in a short time I decided to set the data logger with a sampling rate of 10 Hz then graph the pressure as the volume was reduced in stages. The graph obtained is shown below.This graph shows the pressure increasing as the volume is reduced from 20 ml to 5 ml in steps of 1 ml. To record... more
Recent updates: Visual Arts
This page is especially geared towards students who are thinking of going to art college and/or becoming an artist. Many people believe that being an artist is the luck of the draw, feast or famine, (more likely famine) but the reality is there are many ways of making a living as an artist and not all... more
Recent updates: Maths Studies
One of the major advantages of web based resources must be that they remain dymanic. Whilst I hoep there is already a significant amount of very useful resources on this site, the advantage to subscribers should be that they are being constantly updated and added to so that the resource gets better and better... more
Recent updates: English A: Language & Literature
One of the purposes of the Language and Literature website is to make teaching more straightforward for teachers; to ‘save time’, as it were. With this in mind, teachers can access, on this page, a range of blank documents to record assessment and provide feedback for individual students in each of... more