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Learning Zone Broadband Class Clips - Video and audio teaching resources for primary and secondary school teachers.

Learning Zone Broadband Class Clips - Video and audio teaching resources for primary and secondary school teachers.

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Free Weather Sounds Sound Effects Free Weather sound effects, free rain sound effects, free storm sound effects and hurricane sound effects. Plus lots of wind sound effects. Free to download and use but does not come with a commercial license. Sort By: List: Entire Site Weather Sounds lesson plans for students and educators Common Core Implementation Kit enables the creation of a Common Core State Standards aligned lesson plan with a few easy clicks. Common Core operates from within Word 2013 and provides daily learning targets for Common Core State Standards, along with instructional notes, student friendly “I Can” statements, vocabulary lists, differentiation ideas, activity ideas, assessment ideas, common student misconceptions, and links to open educational resources aligned to the standards. Save time planning lessons and locating resources for your students

Channel 4 Learning - DVDs, CD-Roms and free online education resources and activities for schools Blubbr - Play & create video trivia games The 13 most innovative schools in the world Mathias Eis Schultz Ørestad Gymnasium is one giant classroom, where more than 1,100 high school students spend half their time learning in an expansive glass cube — a "gymnasium," as parts of Europe still call secondary schools — to avoid traditional instruction. By encouraging students to collaborate in wide-open settings, the school hopes kids will be equipped to think flexibly on diverse topics later in life. "We want to have teaching where the students make research and work together in solving real problems," headmaster Allan Kjær Andersen tells Tech Insider.

Printable Activities and Education Resources for Young Children and Kids - iChild 8 Living Artists Every Educator Should Know By staying aware of artists who are working today, educators can invigorate their lives and their classrooms with new and expansive ways of looking at contemporary life and the world. Here are a few artists to get started, along with suggested connections that can be made to subjects and themes that you might be addressing with your students. Marina Abromivic Marina Abromovic is a performance artist based in New York. Like other performance artists, her work uses the body and time as the primary mediums. Abromovic's most famous work involved her sitting in a flowing red dress at MoMA and holding the gaze of museum visitors over the course of a week. Giving Advice: A couple excellent resources - EFL 2.0 Teacher Talk Recently on EFL Classroom 2.0, I created for members 2 excellent resources about giving advice. EFL Classroom 2.0 members get all the resources to download, including presentations and videos. 1.

Webquest: The history and traditions of Easter By Luke Vyner This webquest by Luke Vyner includes activities on the history of Easter, Easter symbols, celebrations around the world and little-known facts about the spring festival. It is free to all onestopenglish users. Warmer What do you know about Easter and the history of Easter? 20 oddly shaped fruits and veggies that will make you look twice We have already discovered a lot of the Earth’s incredible secrets. But it seems that nature will never cease to surprise and amaze us in the most creative and funny ways. And this is certainly the case with these 20 fruits and vegetables that really look like something else. Portraits of Ellis Island Immigrants Arriving on America’s Welcoming Shores Circa 1907 The shibboleths of our political culture have trended lately toward the loathesome, crude, and completely specious to such a degree that at least one prominent columnist has summed up the ongoing spectacle in Cleveland as “grotesquerie… on a level unique in the history of our republic.” It’s impossible to quantify such a thing, but the sentiment feels accurate in the fervor of the moment. We’ll hear a torrent of well-worn counter-clichés at the other party’s big convention, and one of them that’s sure to come up again and again is the phrase “nation of immigrants.” The U.S., we’re told over and over, is a “nation of immigrants.” And it is. Or has become so, though the term “immigrant” is not an uncomplicated one, as we’ve seen in the EU’s struggle to parse “refugees” from “economic migrants.”

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