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Monday, February 01, 2010

Edible lessons

Categories: s1 and s2, Population, Other
Time for jelly babies tomorrow, providing I'm out of my pit in time to get them on the journey in. I love this game, and the students seem to really enjoy it, although some well handled sweets, despite my best efforts, seem to disappear from the table. I think I did this before exploring in more detail through this site previously.
With s1, a brief edmodo demo so that the Haiti work can be collected, then a little exercise I tried before as a starter to wild weather where the students set their own homework (although they don't realise it at the time) by submitting their own questions about the topic, which are then redistributed.
My s1 ICT class are doing e-mail at the moment and then the internet. I wondered if there would be anything that we could use from The Virtual Revolution, available at the moment on iplayer?
Will require a wee bit of editing if I do though...
Thanks to Alan for the presentation.


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