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Making a Spectacle of Bullying

Making a Spectacle of Bullying Author Kate Baker
ISBN-10 1412919061
Release 2006-02-15
Pages 137
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`the how, when, where and what of preparing for a performance is spelled out in considerable detail. If you do accept the challenge at the core of the book you will certainly not want for help' - Junior Education This is the first in a series of creative and practical resources to link the school assembly with the Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health Education (PSCHE) curriculum and the national literacy objectives for children aged five to 11. Using the theme of bullying, this scheme of work starts with a lively and dramatic student performance by older pupils in the primary school, including every member of the class. Full scripts, music and dance scores are provided. The bullying scenes involve the audience by focusing on the role of the bystanders. Comprehensive teacher notes, activities and resources are also included for follow-up work with each year group. This comprehensive pack, produced by two experienced teachers, is useful for anyone running an anti-bullying initiative in their primary school. Bridget Smith has worked for many years as a specialist in deafness within the health service, as part of a Cambridge University research group, and in the voluntary sector. She has taught as a general practitioner in primary and middle schools with specific responsibilities for music and IT. As well as having tutored children who are excluded from school she is regularly involved in coaching music and sport and in the development of local facilities for youth. Kate Baker has created and developed effective assemblies with children over many years, as class teacher, literacy and drama co-ordinator and Deputy Head. She has also devised and directed productions in schools, at children's drama and music courses and for the theatre. Kate still teaches in primary and middle schools and is currently developing more ideas and materials to enrich the curriculum for Key Stages 1 to 3.

The British National Bibliography

The British National Bibliography Author Arthur James Wells
ISBN-10 UOM:39015066099238
Release 2006
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The British National Bibliography has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The British National Bibliography also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The British National Bibliography book for free.

The Horror Movie Survival Guide

The Horror Movie Survival Guide Author Matteo Molinari
ISBN-10 1101203838
Release 2001-04-01
Pages 352
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From the scream of Psycho to the psycho of Scream, The Horror Movie Survival Guide is your essential source for information on the creatures and monsters that darken your daydreams and stalk your nightmares. Separated into five identifiable categories—aliens, beasts, creations, psychopaths, and the supernatural—each horrific entity is presented with a full description, an overview of unnatural habits, and tips on how to destroy it. This definitive handbook also includes a directory of horror films (So you know where to find your favorite monsters!), thirty photographs of the baddest of the bad, and a list ranking the worst creatures to grace the silver screen by their number of kills. So the next time you’re confronted by the supernatural, the extraterrestrial, or the unclassifiable, look in here for all the facts—and run like hell.

It Takes One to Know One

It Takes One to Know One Author Gervase Phinn
ISBN-10 9780141956817
Release 2001-04-05
Pages 112
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A collection of poems based around the familiar themes of school and family, ranging from such topics as embarrassing and annoying parents, choosing a pet and running away from home, to reading around the class, facing the school inspector, and surviving a school trip. Some are funny, some are poignant, all are thought-provoking.

The Trouble with Boys

The Trouble with Boys Author Peg Tyre
ISBN-10 9780307449771
Release 2008-09-09
Pages 320
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From the moment they step into the classroom, boys begin to struggle. They get expelled from preschool nearly five times more often than girls; in elementary school, they’re diagnosed with learning disorders four times as often. By eighth grade huge numbers are reading below basic level. And by high school, they’re heavily outnumbered in AP classes and, save for the realm of athletics, show indifference to most extra­curricular activities. Perhaps most alarmingly, boys now account for less than 43 percent of those enrolled in college, and the gap widens every semester! The imbalance in higher education isn’t just a “boy problem,” though. Boys’ decreasing college attendance is bad news for girls, too, because ad­missions officers seeking balanced student bodies pass over girls in favor of boys. The growing gender imbalance in education portends massive shifts for the next generation: how much they make and whom they marry. Interviewing hundreds of parents, kids, teachers, and experts, award-winning journalist Peg Tyre drills below the eye-catching statistics to examine how the educational system is failing our sons. She explores the convergence of culprits, from the emphasis on high-stress academics in preschool and kindergarten, when most boys just can’t tolerate sitting still, to the outright banning of recess, from the demands of No Child Left Behind, with its rigid emphasis on test-taking, to the boy-unfriendly modern curriculum with its focus on writing about “feelings” and its purging of “high-action” reading material, from the rise of video gaming and schools’ unease with technology to the lack of male teachers as role models. But this passionate, clearheaded book isn’t an exercise in finger-pointing. Tyre, the mother of two sons, offers notes from the front lines—the testimony of teachers and other school officials who are trying new techniques to motivate boys to learn again, one classroom at a time. The Trouble with Boys gives parents, educators, and anyone concerned about the state of education a manifesto for change—one we must undertake right away lest school be-come, for millions of boys, unalterably a “girl thing.” From the Hardcover edition.

No Bullying Starts Today

No Bullying Starts Today Author George Robinson
ISBN-10 187394201X
Release 1995-01-01
Pages 48
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Since 1990 we have joined many schools to help them organise anti-bullying days for pupils. This publication is a collection of activities, processes and programmes that have been put together to help schools organize either a single awareness day or a series of shorter workshop sessions for pupils, which include: " practical aspects of anti-bullying work " ideas for whole-school keynote sessions " facilitators' instructions for group activities " copiable worksheets and overhead foils. The programmes are suitable for secondary and upper primary use. They provide an excellent project for primary/secondary liaison based around Year 6 and 7 joint work during the summer term.

Comorbidity of Mental and Physical Disorders

Comorbidity of Mental and Physical Disorders Author N. Sartorius
ISBN-10 9783318026047
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 200
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Reaching Boys Teaching Boys

Reaching Boys  Teaching Boys Author Michael Reichert
ISBN-10 9780470532782
Release 2010-07-20
Pages 288
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Based on an extensive worldwide study, this book reveals what gets boys excited about learning Reaching Boys, Teaching Boys challenges the widely-held cultural impression that boys are stubbornly resistant to schooling while providing concrete examples of pedagogy and instructional style that have been proven effective in a variety of school settings. This book offers more than 100 detailed examples of lessons that succeed with male students, grouped thematically. Such themes include: Gaming, Motor Activities, Open Inquiry, Competition, Interactive Technology, and Performance/Role Play. Woven throughout the book is moving testimony from boys that both validates the success of the lessons and adds a human dimension to their impact. The author's presents more than 100 specific activities for all content areas that have proven successful with male students Draws on an in-depth, worldwide study to reveal what lessons and strategies most engage boys in the classroom Has been described as the missing link that our schools need for the better education of boys Honest and accurate, this book offers you the best chance to protect your assets and grow your portfolio in these difficult financial times.

The voice of poetry in the conversation of mankind

The voice of poetry in the conversation of mankind Author Michael Oakeshott
ISBN-10 UOM:39015005754224
Release 1959
Pages 63
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The voice of poetry in the conversation of mankind has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The voice of poetry in the conversation of mankind also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The voice of poetry in the conversation of mankind book for free.

Lazarus is Dead

Lazarus is Dead Author Richard Beard
ISBN-10 9781609458676
Release 2012-09-25
Pages 228
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Like most successful men in their early thirties, Lazarus has plans that don't involve dying. He is busy organizing his sisters, his business, and his women. Life is mostly good until far away in Galilee, without warning, his childhhod best friend Jesus turns water into wine. Immediatley, Lazarus falls ill. And with each subsequent miracle his health deteriorates: a nasty cough develops into an alarming array of afflictions unresponsive to the usual remedies. His sisters think Jesus can help, but the two men haven't spoken for years. Lazarus is willing to try anything to make himself well, anything, that is, except ask Jesus for help. Lazarus dies. Jesus weeps. Lazarus rises. This part we all know. But Lazarus is about to discover that returning from the dead isn't easy at all. An ingeniously funny and moving novel that disguises itself as biography, Lazarus Is Dead recounts the story of a great friendship lost and regained. Richard Beard's brand of storytelling unabashedly turns convention on its head as he draws on biblical sources, historical detail, art and contemporary literature to throw a spell over his readers that remains unbroken until the final pages of this astonishing story about second chances.

How to Stop Bullying

How to Stop Bullying Author Andy Hickson
ISBN-10 9781351217248
Release 2017-09-29
Pages 208
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This book includes 101 tried-and-tested strategies to deal with bullying. This is a practical workbook full of information and ideas on how to stop being bullied. It contains 101 ideas grouped into five sections: practical and everyday ideas; longer term ideas; cyberbullying; fun ideas; and advanced techniques. In addition, there is information on creating and updating an anti-bullying policy, warm-up games and activities for groupwork, as well as stories of bullying and their resolutions. This is an extremely useful resource for people who get bullied, teachers, health care professionals and parents. Suitable for all ages. Andy Hickson is Director of Actionwork UK. Andy is a theatre Director and has had shows performed at the Globe, Sadlers Wells, Norwich Playhouse and many venues abroad. Andy specialises in using creative action methods to explore violence and other issues. Andy is also a filmmaker and was a runner-up in the 2008 Motorola film competition. Writing credits include Creative Action Methods in Groupwork which is translated into Polish and Japanese, and The Groupwork Manual (also published by Speechmark) and numerous articles and chapters. Andy is currently finishing off his PhD in education.

Resolution of the Debate in the Medieval Poem

Resolution of the Debate in the Medieval Poem Author Karen M. Gasser
ISBN-10 0773479627
Release 1999-01
Pages 152
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In this study of the medieval debate poem, the author offers an analysis of the critical tradition surrounding the poem and her own exegesis. Drawing upon epistemological and linguistic criteria, the author argues that the poem captures the moment within the psychological history of the West when people move from a religious to a humanistic world view.

Dashnagtzoutiun Has Nothing to Do Anymore

Dashnagtzoutiun Has Nothing to Do Anymore Author Hovhannēs Kʻajaznuni
ISBN-10 9753434537
Release 2007
Pages 127
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Technologies of the Self

Technologies of the Self Author Michel Foucault
ISBN-10 0870235931
Release 1988-01-01
Pages 166
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This volume is a wonderful introduction to Foucault and a testimony to the deep humanity of the man himself.

Theatre for the Young

Theatre for the Young Author Alan England
ISBN-10 0333350820
Release 1990
Pages 243
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This book looks at the range of stage plays for young people written and produced in Britain by adult professionals. The author argues that Young People's Theatre is a phenomenon, which is continuous with and distinct from adult theatre. It attempts to define the appropriate aesthetic criteria with which to approach it, giving a brief historical survey and describing examples.

Staging the UK

Staging the UK Author Jen Harvie
ISBN-10 0719062136
Release 2005-11-29
Pages 246
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This text examines some of the most important performance in Britain from the mid-1980s into the new millennium. It considers contemporary British theatre in relation to national and supranational identities, critical concepts like globalisation and diaspora, and contemporary contexts such as the election of New Labour.

Twelve Years A Slave Illustrated

Twelve Years A Slave  Illustrated Author Solomon Northup
ISBN-10 9782765903192
Release 2014-08-22
Pages 300
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Twelve Years a Slave (1853) is a memoir and slave narrative by Solomon Northup, as told to and edited by David Wilson. Northup, a black man who was born free in New York, details his kidnapping in Washington, D.C. and subsequent sale into slavery. After having been kept in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana by various masters, Northup was able to write to friends and family in New York, who were in turn able to secure his release. Northup's account provides extensive details on the slave markets in Washington, D.C. and New Orleans and describes at length cotton and sugar cultivation on major plantations in Louisiana.