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Acts of Collective Worship, 4, P.A. System Delivery
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produced by Maverick Television, in Acts of Collective Worship, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 4 mins
At Bordesley Green Girls' Specialist Business and Enterprise School the daily act of collective worship is delivered from the headteacher's office to every single form group via a P.A. system. The vast majority of pupils at this Birmingham comprehensive are Muslim. As well as readings from the Koran, collective wo...
produced by Maverick Television, in Acts of Collective Worship, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 4 mins
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Against all odds: Inside Statistics, Unit 13, Two-Way Tables
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directed by Maggie Villiger, fl. 1999; presented by Pardis Sabeti, 1975-; produced by Maggie Villiger, fl. 1999, Chedd-Angier Production Company, Inc., in Against all odds: Inside Statistics, Unit 13 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2014), 10 mins

One city surveyed the happiness of its residents. Two-way tables help organize the data and tease out relationships between happiness levels and opinions about aspects of the city itself.

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The new Against All Odds is intended as a one-year introduction to statistics. Made up of vivid real-world...

directed by Maggie Villiger, fl. 1999; presented by Pardis Sabeti, 1975-; produced by Maggie Villiger, fl. 1999, Chedd-Angier Production Company, Inc., in Against all odds: Inside Statistics, Unit 13 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2014), 10 mins
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Brit Camp, 1, Divided Camps
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Brit Camp, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 17 mins
In this three part series we bring together six twelve and thirteen-year-old children from all over Britain who would otherwise not mix due to geography, prejudice and social separation. They head off for a short camping trip in the Lake District to take part in a range of activities delivered by historian and...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Brit Camp, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 17 mins
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Great Lesson Ideas, 1, Learning Outside the Classroom: Primary History
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Great Lesson Ideas, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 16 mins

"Why not visit the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, The National Archives or Blists Hill Victorian Town and be inspired by living history, role play and real artefacts. The key principle for teaching history is to help your class raise questions, and there is no better way to spark their imaginations than taking them...

produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Great Lesson Ideas, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 16 mins
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Great Lesson Ideas, 2, Primary History: Enquiry Skills
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produced by Available Light Productions, in Great Lesson Ideas, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 17 mins
"In Artefact Pursuit children play a board game which encourages them to ask searching questions about objects from the past. They must also start to generate their own research questions and get research underway using books and the internet. In Shades of Grey children look at how historical figures shouldn't b...
produced by Available Light Productions, in Great Lesson Ideas, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 17 mins
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Great Lesson Ideas, 3, KS3 English and Black History: Creating a 'Windrush Day' Campaign
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Great Lesson Ideas, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 7 mins
In this lesson, students use a TASC Wheel to design a real campaign for a "Windrush Day" which will highlight the contributions of Black and Asian people to Britain in the 20th century. Students must create an effective campaign to persuade the government to introduce a national bank holiday to recognise the diver...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Great Lesson Ideas, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 7 mins
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Hard To Teach, 1, Secondary History
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produced by Double Exposure/Flashback TV, in Hard To Teach, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 14 mins
"Getting to grips with interpretation in history is an intellectual challenge for pupils and a skill that many teachers find hard to teach. Here Ben Walsh, author and teacher-trainer, gives some expert advice on ways to introduce and then develop this skill into secondary history teaching. Ben and Esther Arnott,...
produced by Double Exposure/Flashback TV, in Hard To Teach, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 14 mins
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Hard To Teach, 1, Secondary Geography Using ICT
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produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Hard To Teach, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 34 mins
"At The Friary School In Lichfield, geography teacher Helen Young takes a group of Year 10s out into the school grounds with data loggers and probes to help them investigate the local microclimate. At Notre Dame School in Sheffield, a Year 8 group goes on a classroom-based virtual field trip, using a range of phot...
produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Hard To Teach, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 34 mins
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Human Rights with Cherie Booth QC, 2, Making Rights Relevant
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produced by Double Exposure/Flashback TV, in Human Rights with Cherie Booth QC, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 28 mins
For students and teachers alike international human rights values are perhaps easy to relate to. Translating those values into a more gritty understanding of how UK law implements human rights has been cited as particularly difficult to teach. We have brought together a group of six teachers across the key stages...
produced by Double Exposure/Flashback TV, in Human Rights with Cherie Booth QC, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 28 mins
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Kindertransport, 1, Goodbye Home
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Kindertransport, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 28 mins
"In 1938 and 1939 ten thousand Jewish refugee children were saved from a life of continuous persecution at home, but forced to part with family and friends, to travel with the Kindertransport to safety in the UK. They came alone because the British Government had agreed to take them but not their parents. This mo...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in Kindertransport, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 28 mins
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