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French B Orals
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Recent updates: Chemistry
I'll probably change the name of this page soon to something like ' Changes to terminology in the 2014 chemistry guide' but just now it is coming up to the start of the new term. Some of you may already have just begun teaching the new first year chemistry Diploma students whereas others will start within the... more
Recent updates: Psychology
The following Powerpoint show is a simple exercise in thinking about the terms normal, abnormal and dysfunctional. As you will see, each of the behaviours that are shown here could be described as any of the three. The question that students need to think deeply about is - when do behaviours cross the line and... more
Recent updates: Spanish B
La diversidad en nuestras aulas también se puede manifestar con la presencia de alumnos de altas capacidades. Es importante que tengamos en cuenta tomamos en cuenta algunas de sus características a la hora de enfrentarlos con la tarea, aunque, como es lógico, no existirá entre todos los alumnos con altas... more
Recent updates: teachMathematics
This task is really easy to explain! Watch the videos below and try to recreate them using dynamic geometry software. Of course, it will not be quite so easy to complete! Making geometry dynamic really helps to understand the properties of a situation. In the videos below, only one feature of the construction... more
Recent updates: English B
Joshua Parker teaches English at International School Augsburg..In both the written and spoken forms, many students find it difficult to move beyond their own voice. Indeed, some even seem perplexed at the very notion of adopting a voice other than their own! However, a strong command of the appropriate voice... more
Recent updates: Physics
After many years of development this web site now contains rather more practicals then anyone could actually do in the two year course. I thought it might be worth making a page showing the practicals that I intend to use with my classes. I will add to the list as I reorganise more of the site. One thing I am... more
Recent updates: Visual Arts
The pairs of images in the gallery below are especially selected for teaching students to compare and contrast artworks in preparation for Part 1,The Comparative Study. A comparison is more effective when it has a strong basis for comparing: some shared interest, be it concept, context, subject matter, medium... more
Recent updates: Maths Studies
This project is good, clear example of how a student can get high marks with simple, but clear ideas. The project involves the collection of data on gun crime and gun ownership in different countries both above and below the Brandt line. Some simple averages and box plots look at the central tendency and spread... more
Recent updates: English A: Language & Literature
This Written Task is the second task the site has published on Sylvia Plath’s novel The Bell Jar. The student uses the novel – studied in Part 3 of her course – to write an online review/blog. The Written Task is very strong and is noteworthy for a number of reasons: Firstly, the student has worked with... more