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A Chinese Artist In Lakeland

The landscape of Wordsworth seen through the eyes of the world's oldest continual culture.

Chiang Yee was born in China in 1903, three years before the birth of the Last Emperor. As a child he received a traditional education, studying the Chinese Classics and learning the skills of calligraphy, poetry composition and painting.

By the time he arrived in the English Lake District in 1936, he had already written ‘The Chinese Eye’, a perceptive study of Chinese Art.
The paintings reproduced on this website are taken from ‘The Silent Traveller: A Chinese Artist in Lakeland’, and are reproduced by permission of the artist’s son, Chien-fei Chiang.
The module also contains simple interactive video clips demonstrating the use of a Chinese paint box (the four treasures) and a link to CLEO’s own virtual Chinese paintbox.
Students can also analyse Chiang Yee’s technique by comparing his view of Grasmere with a photograph taken from the same viewpoint.
Published by: CLEO
Art Online

A resource showing you all of the art collections in the Laing Art Gallery and Shipley Art Gallery.

Published by: Northern Grid
Art skills for teachers launched

Simple yet highly effective Art and Craft techniques that non specialist teachers can feel confident at trying in the classroom.

The Art skills for teachers resource is a website that has been created by the Ben Uri Gallery to support the teaching of Art and Design. It is targeted at the non specialist. It aims to offer simple, yet highly effective, ideas and techniques that both teachers and children can feel confident at trying both at school and at home.

The ideas and techniques can be used to create artworks in response to the Ben Uri Teaching Resources produced by the London Grid for Learning: A Sense of Place, Relationships and Movement, however their application can occur across many and varied contexts in the Primary and  Secondary classroom.

A video case study filmed at Richard Cobden school in Camden shows the impact of using the Ben Uri Art resources and explains how the resources can be used in a range of Key Stages.

  • The resource features an image viewer that is designed to allow teachers to move an image around freely on an interactive whiteboard display
  • All the resources are available for .pdf download
  • All pages in the online book interface have unique web addresses so that links from other resources (such as the London MLE) can be created

 

Visit www.artskills.lgfl.net for more information.

Published by: LGFL
ArtisanCam

'ArtisanCam stimulates ideas, shares enthusiasm and promotes imagination and creative thinking. There is nothing else that offers anything similar.' - BETT Award judges 2007

ArtisanCam provides an insight into the lives of contemporary artists. Using a mixture of video and interactive activities, we introduce children to the world of contemporary visual art before encouraging them to have a go themselves in fun and exciting ways.

The website is divided into the Artists Zone, which contains classroom-based activities and the Activity Zone, which is full of games and fun interactive activities, designed to encourage children to continue their learning at home.

ArtisanCam has been designed to help teachers deliver a creative curriculum and inspire young artists of the future. All of our activities support the national curriculum in specific areas at Key Stage 2 and 3, many aspects of the site have also been successfully used to support learning in younger and older age-groups.

Published by: CLEO
Audio Network

The Audio Network Education Licence has been developed to provide Schools with world-class music recordings over the National Education Network and the UK's national education broadband networks.  It is hosted at London Grid for Learning and delivered to schools throughout the UK over the NEN.

Schools have FREE access to the same high-quality music resource that is used by professional film, television and media producers. Just right for ICT and digital video projects across the curriculum. Works for Primary, Secondary and FE. Ideal for vocational courses and developing a sense of the world of work.

The service enables the FREE download of Audio Network music files for use in school and college projects including ‘synchronisation’ use in audio-visual productions together with general guidance on music copyright.

Summary of benefits

Ease of use: digital and on-line over the education broadband networks. Standard file type.
Free: school and connected college users do not have to pay.
Choice: huge range of types of music.
Quality: industry quality recordings.
Clean: no viruses...non pop-up advertising.
Legal: all rights cleared for education use in school/college.
Creative Licence: resources can be used creatively.
Restrictions: can’t be distributed or performed outside school/college or on the WWW without additional licences...but...
Additional licences: provide a one-step process for public performance/distribution.
Curriculum relevance: meets the needs of e-learning and 'Harnessing the Technology' and supports many areas of the curriculum in Primary, Secondary, Further and Higher Education.
Examinations: meets requriements of examinations and the new generation of e-assessment.
World of work: uses industry procedures and supports of vocational courses.

 

 

 

 

Published by: NEN
Audio Network in the Classroom

Teachers from all Key Stages in Hounslow schools have developed a series of exemplar lessons on using Audio Network across the curriculum - not only Music but also Literacy, Personal and Social Education and ICT, as well as looking at the use of AN files for classroom and behaviour management.

Videos, worksheets and lots of good creative ideas

Published by: LGFL
‘The Holocaust Explained’ Launched

 

Learn the lessons that can help us to prevent future acts of genocide.

 

On the 25th January – the London Jewish Cultural centre launched ‘The Holocaust Explained’ resource at the Foreign Commonwealth Office – attended by the RT Hon. Michael Gove.

 

It is the first Holocaust resource to be created for Children and features an extraordinary range of photographs, graphs, maps and videos compiled by expert Holocaust educators.

The LGfL community has contributed to the project advising on e safety and filtering issue in relation to the resource – which features social networking links throughout.

 

The resource has been accredited with the National Education Network  and CEOP Logo and it is being widely promoted by all the other grids throughout the UK.

In addition a case study has been made by LGfL at the City of London Academy featuring year 8 and 9 students using the resource and discussing the impact that the resource has had on their outlook on society today and their studies of the 20th century.

 

Links to LGfL project support material

 

www.he.lgfl.net

 

LGfL case study video:

 

http://media.lgfl.org.uk/files/content/holocaust explained v2.wmv

 

 

direct link to resource:

 

www.theholocaustexplained.org

 

 

Published by: NEN
Barnet Migration Project

Britain and London haven’t always been so diverse. Taking a look at history can help us understand how our population has changed over time and the reasons for this. People have been moving to and from Britain for hundreds of years. This is called immigration and emigration.

Jewish people are one of the many immigrant groups that has contributed to the richness of our society both now and in the past. This group of people is the focus of our local study.

It includes the personal story of Bertha Leverton, a Kindertransportee from Nazi Germany in the 1930s. She came to England from Munich at the age of 15years with her brother and sister. Bertha dedicated a large part of her life collecting stories about other kindertransportees. For this work she was awarded the O.B.E. from her Majesty The Queen in 2005.

Published by: LGFL
Battle of the Somme

Old Vic, New Voices

Under Kevin Spacey’s direction, the Old Vic Education section has employed professional directors, writers and actors to work with pupils and students from South London schools on a variety of projects to encourage them to think about the creative use of drama in other subjects. The first project was a joint collaboration with the Imperial War Museum around the theme of the first day of the battle of the Somme in 1916.

The topics covered include Signing up, Women at Home, Training, the Battle, Back Home and Consequences.

the web-site includes six easy to followlesson plans for 13 to 18 year olds. the emphasis is on using drama techniques to encourage debate. Each lesson plan focuses on key issues relating to the battle of the Somme and contains scenes filmed during the performance. all of the learning materials are designed to encourage teachers to replicate the project as a Drama in History project in their own school.

Published by: LGFL
Beamish Collections

Beamish Museum online is a source of classroom activity packs, online museum collections: images, video, and audio. You can also find out about educational activities on site at the museum.

Published by: Northern Grid
Bridgetower
This site was produced for the City of London Festival’s 2007 commemoration of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act and celebrates the extraordinary achievements of George Bridgetower, a Polish-born black Londoner.
 
The site and resource pack takes a close look at George Bridgetower and his relationship with Beethoven. It also examines other artists, writers and musicians who were working at the same time as Bridgetower, with a special focus on their relationship to the anti-slavery movement.

This website provides many supporting materials, including all activity-related music and video clips, copies of images and worksheets. There is also an interview with Julian Joseph, who composed the jazz opera, Bridgetower - A Fable of 1807, with libretto by Mike Phillips, for City of London Festival's bicentennial commemoration of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act, and toured by English Touring Opera
Published by: LGFL
Business growth

A resource to help students understand different ways in which businesses can grow.

Published by: C2k
CLEO KS4 Religious Education materials

"CLEO is a vast collection of authentic, contemporary and challenging stimulli for RE. Access is essential for every RE classroom." - Rosemary Rivett, Director of Professional Services, RE Today.

Published by: CLEO
Climate Change

The Climate Change resource encourages young people to investigate, communicate and act to tackle climate change.  The resource features the latest international research and essential information, details of climate research in Scotland, and photographs from around the world for use in Scottish schools.

 

Published by: Glow
Climate Change Portal

A one-stop shop for all climate change resources

Published by: WMNET
Clips

The Digital Storytelling site is a place where learners can publish video and animations. It is similar to YouTube. However, all videos and animations and any comments added to published materials are viewed by an administrator before publication thus ensuring that the site is free  from inappropriate material.

 

Published by: E2BN
Consumer protection

A resource to help students identify the legal constraints on products and services.

Published by: C2k
CookIt

CookIt is more than an online recipe book. Learners can submit their own recipes, watch short videocast programmes, find out about food in the past and link recipes to festivals and seasons.

 

Published by: E2BN
Copyright website

NEN launches a new website for schools 'Copyright in the Digital Age'

 
NEN has launched a new website and guidance on 'Copyright in the Digital Age' to support UK schools.www.copyrightsandwrongs.nen.gov.uk 
 
Schools are increasingly using digital resources and applications, not just as users of other people's materials but also as creators of new materials and applications.
Copyright has a significant role across the curriculum and in schools' wider community activities:
 
  • While we are all used to copyright as users or consumers we can often be unsure what is 'OK' for education use and what is not
  • Digital technologies, in particular schools' VLE, IWB systems and websites, have brought to the foreground the 'reuse' of other people's copyright materials
  • The extension of the virtual school to include the home and anywhere/anytime access through mobile devices is today as much a copyright consideration as the school location itself
  • Schools are also in effect publishers and distributors of copyright materials, as schools increasingly use networks, 'cloud services' and activities such as 'podcasting'
  • Copyright is an aspect of E-Safety
  • And last, but far from least, 'copyright' for creators - an aspect that is highlighted by the widespread use of websites, cams and imaging devices, teacher and student produced presentations and resources and will be significant in the new ICT curriculums with their increasing focus on developing 'code' 
'Copy Rights and Wrongs' brings together information about copyright and licensing from a school's point of view with introductions to the UK regulations, school licences, open licences such as 'Creative Commons', and how they work for schools and young people. 
 
There are also sections on 'Good Practice' covering: School Policy, Training and CPD, Risk Management and annotated lists of other resources relevant to UK schools and what colleagues in Europe and other countries are doing. There is also a case study on how 'Wikipedia' manages copyright. 
 
Early feedback regarding this resource appreciated the detailed introductions but requested some kind of 'speedy intro' to it all, so 'Quickstart' was provided - though even here 'Copyright' remains somewhat complex as the rules differ media to media and with each different situation that pupils and teachers engage in day to day, in and beyond school. FAQs and Quizzes in the main sections provide alternative routes into the issues of copyright. 
 
There is also a 'Student View' of copyright which considers the issues in terms of specific media - websites, images, film, music, etc. - and provides another way into the subject. 
 
'News and Updates' feature on the homepage keeps schools abreast of the developments in UK copyright - and there are likely to be some significant changes in the next year or two. Since the Gowers Review of Copyright in 2006, NEN has responded to consultations about copyright providing a voice for schools and is currently preparing its response to the final consultation following the recent Hargreaves Review of last year. 
 
Further materials and case studies will be introduced in the coming months.
  
Links 
  
'Copy Rights and Wrongs’: www.copyrightsandwrongs.nen.gov.uk  
 
 
NEN 'View of Copyright' and the 'Copy Rights and Wrongs' project:http://copyrightsandwrongs.e2bn.org/component/k2/item/82?layout=item  
 
  
Contact: Marshall Mateer: marshall.mateer@btinternet.com
  
12th January 2012

 

Published by: NEN
Costing

A resource to help students understand the  various types of costs which a business incurs and the significance of break-even.

Published by: C2k
Crime in Durham, 1750-1900

Using examples from Durham, this resource looks at the nature of crime, the purpose of punishment and the work of prison reformers.

Published by: Northern Grid
Debating in Schools

 The aim of this resource is to encourage all young people and teachers to engage actively with debating.

This resource will help teachers to:

  • use speech and debate techniques in the classroom
  • set up debating societies within schools
  • get involved in competitive debating.

Debate can play a significant part in a schools' citizenship activities. It is a unique way of promoting critical thinking, communication, research and enquiry skills.

 

Published by: Glow
Describing motion
The activities proposed develop various aspects of motion from very basic concepts and then move to high level concepts in a natural and gradual progression.

The pedagogy behind this idea is that we wanted to create a resource that learners could use at whatever stage of their development and ability. Teachers can download single sessions, but please bear in mind that the resource was designed as a progression through Key Stages and ability.

Whole resource (online version)

  • What is speed? (online version) --> Red
  • Velocity (online version) --> Orange
  • Velocity and Vectors (online version) --> Yellow
  • Acceleration (online version) --> Green
  • Motion Graphs (online version) --> Blue
  • Linear Acceleration (online version) --> Indigo
  • Projectiles (online version) --> Violet
Published by: NGfL Cymru
Discovering Bewick

Discovering Bewick is a website devoted to the works of the 18th century wood engraver Thomas Bewick, featuring collections from the Laing Art Gallery and the City Library in Newcastle upon Tyne.

 

Published by: Northern Grid
Discovery Box

This site provides the tools for you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box. What items, for example, would you put in a box to describe your life; the life of a Victorian Servant or Roman soldier; or to show that slavery was wrong and unnecessary? You can display anything from a text file to a movie. You can also view and comment on the museum boxes submitted by others.

Published by: E2BN
E-Safety

Indexed resources, help and advice for pupils, parents and carers, governors, schools and local authorities covering a wide range of esafety issues.

Published by: Northern Grid
Economies of scale

A resource to help students understand the concept of economies of scale ie commercial (purchasing and marketing),

Published by: C2k
Energy, Electricity and Radiation

A series of resources including video, animation and whiteboard materials that address the skills, knowledge and understanding of how science works within the GCSE specifications. The theme of these units is energy, temperature and the transfer of heat energy and the focus is on the applications and implications of science.

Resources are available as separate files and can be downloaded individually or as a whole within a zip file.

Published by: NGfL Cymru
Everyone Matters

Some people are gay......get over it!

Everyone Matters has been produced to raise awareness of the problems of homophobic bullying in schools. Developed in partnership with the Metropolitan Police and Wandsworth and Waltham Forest local authorities, these resources feature role play scenarios to challenge both students and teachers to reflect on their own attitudes to this form of bullying.

The resource features:

  • Role play scenarios dramatised and filmed in Wandsworth schools
  • Teacher guidance videos featuring teachers and students exploring the material Leytonstone Business College in Waltham Forest
  • Supporting workshop material including testimony from a family of a murdered teenager

The Everyone Matters resources can be used across the curriculum in a variety of contexts, as is suggested within the guidance documents.

 

Bullying can be an emotive subject. It is important to consider strategies for engaging all learners in the work safely and without loss of focus. The Everyone Matters materials are supported by teaching and learning resources designed to engage all classes in the learning process.

This level of support it provided to encourage all teachers to use the Everyone Matters within their own teaching context.

 

Each of the activities in the lesson is supported by generic teaching guidance for different types of activities that can be used to structure and develop student activities.

Published by: LGFL
FARNE - Folk Archive Resource North East

Resources produced by Northern Grid to support the Folk Archive Resource North East music archive.

Published by: Northern Grid
Films for Learning

Films for Learning is a resource for extending and developing film making, supporting children as they reflect on the activity, the filming and their learning. Pupils can comment on each others films and exchange ideas in the forum area. There are teacher support materials and high quality examples of films from learners.

Films for Learning is a project led and moderated by Mark Richardson and Peter Roe from the Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester. The project is supported by Microsoft and it is entirely advert free. It scores highly for e-safety. Mark and Peter also very keen that students are taught the importance of copyright and they give support to those who have added copyrighted commercial music sound tracks. Sign up and join the community.

Search and browse the excellent examples including a student's clip on how to upload. Films for Learning is an excellent way for all teachers and learners develop their curriculum ideas with film making.

Published by: SWGFL
Final accounts

A  resource to help students understand how to complete and interpret:  a trading account;  a profit and loss account; a vertical balance sheet.

Published by: C2k
Flashmeeting

FlashMeeting is an application based on the Adobe Flash 'plug in' and Flash Media Server. Running in a standard web browser window, it allows a dispersed group of people to meet from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Typically a meeting is pre-booked by a registered user and a url, containing a unique password for the meeting, is returned by the FlashMeeting server. The 'booker' passes this on to the people they wish to participate, who simply click on the link to enter into the meeting at the arranged time.

During the meeting one person speaks (i.e. broadcasts) at a time. Other people can simultaneously contribute using text chat, the whiteboard, or emoticons etc. while waiting for their turn to speak. This way the meeting is ordered, controlled and easy to follow. A replay of the meeting is instantly available, to those with the 'unique' replay url.

FlashMeeting users belong to one of three account types; Guest, Sign In and Booker.

Published by: E2BN
Forces
An interactive set of resources to cover most aspects of Forces, Moments and Pressure at all levels of development and ability.

We believe this resource will be a great asset for the teaching of Forces at all levels, from KS3 to KS5. This resource covers a wide range of topics and brings examples, games and interactive activities that really enhance the learning experience of pupils.

 

- What are forces (online version) --> red section
- Balanced and Unbalanced Forces (online version) --> Orange
- Newton's Laws (online version) --> Yellow
- Types of Forces (online version) --> Green
- Free body diagrams (online version) --> blue
- Pressure (online version) --> Indigo
- Moment of a force (online version) --> Violet

Published by: NGfL Cymru
Forecasting

A resource to help students understand the purpose of forecasting. It also explores the importance of adequate cash

Published by: C2k
Gaelic On-line Gàidhlig Air-loidhne

Gàidhlig Air-loidhne is a website for Gaelic teachers. Because it is aimed at the Gaelic community, there is no English version of the site. However, we recognise that non-Gaelic-speaking Head Teachers and others have an interest in Gaelic education. Therefore, a section of the site provides summaries of the main site and a small selection of dedicated pages designed for those people who are connected to Gaelic education but do not have a strong command of the language.

Published by: Glow
Geofinder

Gain access to a huge searchable database of rocks, fossils and minerals with Geo Finder.

Published by: Northern Grid
Grace Darling - the famous Victorian heroine

You are able to watch the animated story of Grace Darling and see how she rescued the crew men from the steamer SS Forfarshire near the shores of Northumberland.

 

 

Published by: Northern Grid
Grace Darling Story - Read and Printout

 

Here you are able to read and print the story of Grace Darling's famous rescue.

 

Published by: Northern Grid
Heroes of Trafalgar - Nelson and Collingwood

An interactive resource explaining the battle of Trafalgar, fought on 21 October 1805.

Published by: Northern Grid
Higher Order Thinking Skills

Online activities on the theme of Riverside Regeneration, including an overview of Higher Order Thinking Skills.

Published by: Northern Grid
History Heroes

You won't find Batman here, nor the Incredible Hulk. But you'll find people who really did exist - people who made their mark on history.

But what sort of people were they? Did they have incredible powers, like Batman and Superman? Or were they more like you and me?

Find out about Alan Turin, Elizabeth Fry, Nelson, Cromwell and others and decide for your self whether they deserve to be call 'hero'.

Published by: E2BN
History of sports, leisure and tourism
A series of resources to support the teaching of 'Developments in sports, leisure and tourism in Wales and England, 1900 to the present day'. The resource has nine units focusing on an overview of the main characteristics of change in each area together with a brief revision exercise. Students are given the opportunity to interact with a variety of sources, to discuss developments and to come to their own judgement on the key issues. The resources can be used for starter activities, whole class teaching, individual extension work and revision exercises.
Published by: NGfL Cymru
ICT Assessment

Planning and assessment resources for ICT. Includes: an electronic portfolio, scheme of work, assessment materials, lesson plans and shorter focussed tasks.

Published by: Northern Grid
Imagine

Explore Imagine, a website showcasing 15,000 images of objects and paintings celebrating North East culture.

Published by: Northern Grid
Information Literacy

An online service to support the development of information skills. Students can find resources to help with a range of learning including, using the Internet, recognising the reliability of information, reading the media and visual literacy.

Published by: Glow
Interactive Whiteboard resources for the study of

A downloadable series of resources considering different aspects of the transatlantic slave trade that have been designed for use on SmartBoards.

Published by: Northern Grid
International marketing

A resource to help students understand price as part of the marketing mix and the  relationship between price and demand. It also identifies various pricing policies ie market-led, cost-based, skimming, penetration, destruction, price wars.

Published by: C2k
Interpretation of accounts 1

A resource which teaches students how to: interpret and analyse final accounts and vertical balance sheets; assess business performance using ratios.

Published by: C2k
Interpretation of accounts 2

A resource which teaches students how to: interpret and analyse final accounts and vertical balance sheets; assess business performance using ratios.

Published by: C2k
Landscapes in Art

Designed specifically for older children, this module focuses on themes surrounding landscapes in art, such as light, place, composition and perspective. Pupils can learn about the development of landscape in art and can study the different themes or learn about individual artists and their work. Landscapes in Art includes on-line activities through which pupils can gain a greater historical and practical understanding of landscapes and provides ideas for discussions and activities away from the computer.

Published by: Northern Grid
Learn Listening Online

An interactive resource for teachers and students of National Qualifications in Music to improve their knowledge and listening skills. The resource has a range of examples from baroque, classical vocal and instrumental music through to twentieth century jazz and world music. The website also has an extensive audio dictionary of musical terms

Published by: Glow
Learning about Learning

Helping young people to become successful learners is one of the key aims of Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland.

Our knowledge about learning is continually changing in the light of research and there is still much that we do not know. This site provides an overview of current thinking on how people learn. 

Published by: Glow
Making Ganesh

 

Making Ganesh is a kaleidoscopic cross-curricular exploration of Sumit Sarkar's Arts Council commissioned work at Lantern House International in which he created contemporary 3D images of Hindu deities associated with Lord Siva. Sumit takes the learner through a series of video tutorials in the open-source software, 'Blender' that he used to produce his work. Year 5 pupils retell the story of how Lord Ganesh got his elephant's head, year 7 students question Sumit about his work, a year 8 Hindu student answers Muslim students' questions about her faith and a Hindu community worker explains the role of Lord Ganesh in contemporary Hindu Dharma.

Published by: CLEO
Memorynet

Memorynet is a collection of oral histories, photographs and images exploring the lives of communities linked with the sea in the North East of England.

 

Published by: Northern Grid
Memorynet: Jewish Lives

Explore this collection of oral histories, photographs and images from a number of people from the Jewish community in Tyne & Wear today.

Published by: Northern Grid
Memorynet: Swan Hunter

Memorynet: Swan Hunter is a collection of oral histories, photographs and images exploring the lives of people working and living near the iconic Swan Hunter shipyard, based in Wallsend in the North East of England.

Published by: Northern Grid
Minds Under Stress - National Theatre Hamlet reso

The NEN is proud to announce the launch of the brand new 2011 National Theatre production Hamlet teacher resources. LGfL has worked in partnership with the National Theatre to bring these outstanding collection of teacher resources featuring high quality video and interactive whiteboard resources and teacher guidance material.

The resource explores the theme ‘Minds Under Stress’ focusing on five key moments in the play:

1) Act 1 scene 2 – Hamlet’s soliloquy ‘O that this too solid flesh would melt’
2) Act 2 scene 2 – Hamlet’s soliloquy ‘O, what a rogue and peasant slave am I!’
3) Act 3 scene 1 – Hamlet’s soliloquy ‘To be, or not to be – that is the question;’
4) Act 3 scene 1 – Ophelia’s speech ‘O, what a noble mind is here o’erthrown!’
5) Act 4 scene 5 – Ophelia’s mad scene.

The resource is aimed at A-Level students in the UK. It has been constructed to offer a platform for discussion and language analysis for teachers and students exploring Hamlet.

Published by: NEN
NEN Gallery

A collection of high quality images, sound and video files that can be repurposed by teachers and students. All materials can be used for educational, not for profit activities.

Registered users can also upload images, sound and video files to the Gallery for use by other members of the educational community.

Published by: E2BN
NEN National Theatre resources from Peter Halls’

The resource offers exclusive performance extracts from the National Theatre’s production of Twelfth Night, directed by Sir Peter Hall.

The National Theatre's Twelfth Night teaching resource has been constructed to offer a platform for discussion and language analysis for teachers and students exploring the recent South Bank production theme of ‘love’ in the play.

This resource is designed to support A-Level English Classes approaching the AQA A2 exam.

Specifically focusing on the AQA Unit 3 ‘Love through the Ages’; all discussion questions primarily focus on this area as well as examining the wider themes of the play as a whole. Questions relate to having an informed response to the text, understanding how form, structure and language shape meaning and understanding the significance of contexts.

LGfL Content Manager Bob Usher said ‘We are delighted to be able to offer this unique resource in partnership with the National Theatre. This resource follows on from the January 2011 launch of the National Theatre Hamlet resource – which hasve seen consistent growing use across London schools in the lead up to the examination season. The simple format, presenting relevant resources with outstanding video excerpts is a winning combination and we look forward to working with the National Theatre to develop further resources for LGfL NEN connected schools.’

Links:

www.twelfthnight.lgfl.net

http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/digitalclassroom

Published by: LGFL
Newsreel

C Day Lewis' 1936 poem read over contemporary newsreel footage.

Produced to show the potential of the Pathe archive to support understanding of the interplay between 20th century arts and news-media. Also provides insight into public attitudes during the build up to WWII.

Contains a useful article on copyright issues.

Published by: CLEO
Picture Teller

This tool allows you to use your own pictures and audio to build a presentation or demonstration. A simple zoom tool allows you to focus in on the items in a picture you are talking about, as you outline information you can zoom and pan around an image.

Published by: E2BN
Populisation and urbanisation: the impact of the i

This investigation focuses on the development of a small town in Co. Durham to demonstrate the impact of industrialisation in the 19th century

Published by: Northern Grid
Product life cycle

A resource to help students understand the concept of product life cycle and how this assists a business in its decision-making.

Published by: C2k
Public Art Trail

Information about public art in the North East of England. Materials can be uses as a stimulus for a range of subjects.

Published by: Northern Grid
Public sector

A resource which explores forms of public ownership and the business orientated activities undertaken by local authorities.

Published by: C2k
Radwaste

GCSE Geography Decision Making Exercise

The LGfL 'RADwaste' project has been created to challenge schools throughout London and across the UK - to engage with the highly complex issues surrounding nuclear waste management in the UK.

The project has been created to provide a challenging mix of online and offline resources for use in and out of the classroom.

The aim is to give students practice in developing their decision making skills for this compulsory section of GCSE Geography

Includes BfL guidance and mock DME paper

Published by: LGFL
Remembering Slavery

An online exhibition of sources looking at different aspects of the transatlantic slave trade.

Published by: Northern Grid
Risk and Rewards

What do you know about the world of high finance? How good would you be as an investor?

Using actual sources from the Baring archive, this site opens up the world of finance past and present.

Published by: E2BN
Sainsbury's Virtual Museum

Sainsbury’s Virtual Museum contains a wealth of material, including photographic and documentary sources on Sainsbury's in the period 1869 to 1900. It is designed to help teachers use the internet to support the teaching of the following elements of the History National Curriculum:

KS1 - What were shops like a long time ago?

Welsh KS1 - Sut le oedd siopa 'slawer dydd?
KS2 - Victorian Britain.

KS2 - Second World War.

KS2, Year 6 - Online Activities

KS3 - History National Curriculum.

They contain:

  • descriptions of activities based on the pages in the website.
  • worksheets, which can be printed out or downloaded, to help pupils work through the activities.
  • analyses of how the activities relate both to the QCA scheme of work for History at KS1, National Curriculum for History and IT and also to the KS2 Literacy Hour.
  • Online resources include a talking story for KS1, a database of Sainsbury management memos during the Second World War on the impact of women workers and video interviews of Sainsbury staff who survived air raid attacks
Published by: LGFL
Salah: Muslim Prayer
Full performance of afternoon prayer sequence by Hafiz Khalid Mehmood at Marakasi Jamia Ghausia Mosque, Nelson, Lancashire.
 
Contains English translation and Arabic text.
Published by: CLEO
Science Delivered: Crude Oil

Science Delivered: Crude Oil

Science Delivered makes available science content which fully exploits the potential of ICT to provide colourful, interactive and engaging resources to aid students with their journey through science.

Published by: NWLG
Scotland and the Abolition of Slavery

This learning resource has been developed to mark the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade. The website has information on Scotland's role in the transatlantic slave trade, on the abolitionist campaign and its legacy, ideas for religious observance assemblies and links to other key resources, including events and exhibitions across Scotland.

 

Published by: Glow
Shape, Space and Measure

A suite of teacher led tools and resources that support the teaching of Shape, Space and Measure.

Published by: NGfL Cymru
Spanish

A suite of resources that can be used to support the teaching of Spanish at KS3 and KS4. The resources focus on developing vocabulary through the use of images, audio and interactive activities.

Published by: NGfL Cymru
Study Skills

Activities for becoming an effective learner and managing your own learning. The site is divided into three age groups: 5-9, 10-14 and 15-18-year-olds; and four headings - Get, Understand, Remember and Do. Includes notes for teachers, parents/carers and students.

Published by: Glow
The Abolition Project

This site looks at Thomas Clarkson and his fellow abolitionists who fought for the ending of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the emancipation of enslaved Africans in the British colonies.

This site has been designed to provide background information, lesson ideas and tools for teachers, but could also be used by pupils for research with support.

Published by: E2BN
The EYE Project

Find out about wildlife in the North East and record your own sightings online! The EYE Project enables people to play an active role in recording wildlife and landscapes in the North East.

Published by: Northern Grid
The Grace Darling Factfile

Read all about Grace and how she became famous.

 

Published by: Northern Grid
The History of Computing: Understanding Our Digita

The aim of The History of Computing resource is to promote the idea that by understanding our digital heritage we can better understand our digital future.

This resource features unique resources to help understand how British Computing developments have influenced the world we all live in. It also provides an extensive range of material to show how British Innovation in Computing continues impact on our world today and shape all our tomorrows.

Published by: LGFL
The Royal Mews

Working in partnership with The Royal Collection, the London Grid for Learning has produced unique resource about the daily work of The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace.

Exclusive access has been granted to LGfL to film the key staff members as they go about their daily work. The resource features extensive video resources showing the techniques and rationale as to why centuries old traditions continue to support the Royal Household and the significance they have for wider society.

The LGfL ‘The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace’ resource features an extensive range of resources including:

Video Resources

Behind the scenes at the:

  • The Royal Stables
  • The Royal Saddlers
  • The Royal Farriers
  • The Royal Restoration Workshop
  • The Royal Cars
  • The Royal Livery's

Image Resources

Her Majesty the Queen has granted permission for LGfL to feature high resolution photographs and scans from the Royal Collection and Royal Archive.

All resources will have accompanying suggested activities that are supporting by the online resources.

New interface for new technologies

The launch of this resource represents the latest design and functionality for LGfL Online Learning Resources. It has been optimised to work seamlessly across a wide range of devices including mobile machines. The video delivery offers a high resolution than has been possible from LGfL resources in the past and will play on all apple mobile devices.

The launch of this resource represents the latest design and functionality for LGfL Online Learning Resources. It has been optimised to work seamlessly across a wide range of devices including mobile machines. The video delivery offers a high resolution than has been possible from LGfL resources in the past and will play on all apple mobile devices. A 'Resource Bank' feature allows access to the wide range of resources in a format that makes the resource suitable for Key Stages 2 to 4. All resources can be filtered by section, type and topic. The overall resource will features curriculum mapping to support its use across the curriculum.

The launch of this resource represents the latest design and functionality for LGfL Online Learning Resources. It has been optimised to work seamlessly across a wide range of devices including mobile machines. The video delivery offers a high resolution than has been possible from LGfL resources in the past and will play on all apple mobile devices. Bob Usher – LGfL Content Manager said 'The opportunity to work collaboratively with The Royal Collection on developing a unique resource about the daily life of the Royal Household has been highly significant. To be able to launch a resource of this quality and relevance in the year of the Diamond Jubilee is great news for the London and NEN school community.'

www.royalmews.lgfl.net

Published by: LGFL
The Stern Storm

A comprehensive and wide ranging resource for 16+ students based on the Stern Review on the economics of climate change.

Published by: WMNET
The Weather Station

The Weather station application provides a numbered diagram of the NEN weather station to illustrate and describe each component, helping children to understand the elements included in collecting data for weather monitoring.

Published by: YHGFL
Unlocking Archives Broadband Project

An exciting broadband project, launched at BETT 2008, combining documents from The National Archives, photographs from English Heritage and film from BFI to provide teachers with original source material to develop creative approaches to the History and Citizenship curriculum. Pupils of all ages will be able to engage with original sources using correct historical methods. The resources have not been mediated, abridged or edited in any way.

Published by: SEGFL
Victorian Crime and Punishment

This website is all about Crime and Punishment in the UK in the 19th Century. It contains a database with actual prisoner records and case studies for a more in-depth view of the crimes and trials of some of the inmates.

Published by: E2BN
Viral Contagion

Viral Contagion looks at the real world maths that could occur as a result of an outbreak of a biological virus in an urban area. ​

Dramatized news reports describe the impact of the virus outbreak across South London, challenging students to consider the maths behind such scenarios. 

This resource offers a collection of 4 discrete, differentiated lessons that provide an engaging and challenging focus for Key Stage 3 and 4 maths students.

Published by: LGFL
Virtual African Drumming

The Virtual African Drumming resource allows pupils and students across key stages 2, 3 and 4, to explore and participate in the exciting music of the Ewe people from Ghana. As they develop rhythmic material, learners listen, play and evaluate, using ICT to capture, change and combine the sounds. The class can work together or in smaller groups and combine the sections to perform and evaluate. It gives support with background information and quizzes on the Ewe culture and their drums, including the Kidi and the Atsimevu. The link with dance is made and the resource makes good use of a video of dancers.


Produced by the Wells Cathedral School, the producers of the Virtual Javanese Gamalan. This resource can be downloaded from the link.

Published by: SWGFL
Virtual Javanese Gamelan

Enter the mesmerising world of the Javanese Gamelan, which is available for immediate download. Through a 'virtual' environment, acccess a full course of study on the Lancaran.

Published by: SWGFL
Virtual Work Experience

Within this resource you can discover and explore a variety of job roles in a range of businesses and other organisations, some of which will be familiar to you and others that you might not be aware of. Virtual Work Experience aims to enhance and support work placements by enabling you to step into different workplaces through a computer, whether in school or at home.

There are six virtual worlds each with a number of job roles for you to explore.

Published by: Glow
Weather Forecast

The Weather Forecast application develops children’s learning to read scales, an area which they often find difficult. Weather Forecast is designed for use on an interactive whiteboard and allows the teacher or pupils to interact with dials and gauges showing a range of scales.

It provides extension material from the Reading scales application enabling children to read and interpret the national weather monitoring data as presented online.

The application provides 12 datasets for comparison and practise in reading the scales on each component:

Published by: YHGFL
Weather stations

The NEN weather stations site, with live and archived online data from weather stations across the country

Published by: LGFL
What impact did technology have on the First World

The First World War witnessed many new technological developments such as the use of aircraft, developments in artillery techniques, changes in methods of communication and the use of gas. This resource looks at these developments and asks what impact they had.

Published by: Northern Grid
What was it like to fight in the Battle of the Som

Everyone has heard of the Somme but what was it like to take part. Find out more by looking at these differing accounts.

Published by: Northern Grid
What was it really like to fight in the First Worl

Since the 1960s the emphasis has been on the awful conditions, the terrible casualty rates and on the stupidity and cowardice of the 'butchering and bungling' generals. But what was it really like for the men on the Western Front?

 

Published by: Northern Grid
What was trench warfare?

Trench warfare has become synonymous with the First World War but what was it really like and why did it become so predominant? Find out more about the theory and the reality of trench warfare.

 

Published by: Northern Grid
Xeno

Xeno (providing on-line learning and support for young people and those caring for them)

Xeno is a co-operative venture for members of SEGfL and Uniservity. We are building a ‘virtual learning community’ of professionals and young people that enables resources to be jointly developed and encourages co-operative learning.

‘Personalised learning’ will put the learner at the centre of provision and give every child access to online tools. Xeno is an online environment that will act as a virtual school for children who are disconnected from normal schooling. Schools and local authorities generally struggle to maintain levels of achievement with these groups and research recommends catch-up support and independent/individual learning opportunities out of school. SEGfL proposes to facilitate the combination of local authority efforts so that resources can be jointly developed or procured, good practice can be shared and children can store and retrieve their work and learning records

Xeno will become a focal point of opportunity for pupils going in and out of mainstream education and an opportunity for local authorities to support their own pupils but also to contribute towards the whole in terms of content, materials and staffing. It will be of particular interest to staff and children in pupil referral units, hospital and home tuition services, young offenders’ institutions, teenage parents’ units, young carers’ organisations, home education organisations and looked after children’s services as it will create a virtual community for these, often isolated, professionals. It could also be used by schools to support pupils that are temporarily excluded.

Through its partnership with Uniservity and using the cLc, Xeno will work closely with the relevant professionals to provide:

• Learning Platform functionality with secure, remote access and online storage.
• Links to a wide range of resources to provide curriculum materials, including the internet.
• Links to schemes of work that can guide students through a variety of curriculum objectives.
• Provision of an e-Portfolio that can be stored, updated and retrieved.
• Personal space for students to store and retrieve their work.
• Interaction with tutors (issue tasks, hand-in work, feedback grades and comments).
• Dialogue with tutors (leave questions and get answers).
• Dialogue with other students (a virtual school community).
• All in a safe, secure, on-line environment.

Published by: SEGFL

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