A presentation to our German partners on how technology has transformed our work in English at the London Nautical School
In The Crysalids, John Wyndham created a fictional world that expressed the contemporary anxiety about the nuclear threat posed by the Cold War arms race. Told from the point of view of a naive narrator, David, The Crysalids explores the post-apocalyptic landscape of strict religion, civil conflict and extraordinary genetic mutation.
This task supports students to work together to create their own future dystopia, replicating some of the key features of Wyndham’s “The Crysalids”, while updating it to represent a future where our current world has veered off course and the main character is dealing with the consequences.
As part of the introduction to our Year 8 Macbeth Study, we’re looking, in acute detail, at some small excerpts from the main play.
Before we start reading. Before we know the plot. We’re putting the microscope on the language of shakespeare and what this might reveal. My proposition with this presentation is that Shakespeare has Macbeth use personification in this extract to reveal the extent to which Macbeth is blaming external forces for the choices he is about to make.
You can see the whole lesson sequence on the class site
A presentation to go with an examination of the specific dramatic elements in the first scene of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
A presentation giving some pointers towards methods of improving the quality and sophistication of extended analytical and report writing for the students and teachers at the London Nautical School
This presentation incorporates the close analysis of a short excerpt from Macbeth, where Lady Macbeth reveals her dark resolve for the presence of the figurative language feature, Personification.
› Access the whole learning programme: waugh8.edutronic.net/macbeth-personification-2/
This presentation explores references to fate and the use of figurative language in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
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As part of our exploration of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus the class is engaging in some research about the Elizabethan times and the context from which the play arose. Included here is a short video where I try to give the students some cues to the lines of inquiry they might wish to pursue and also, attached below, is the research questions with the students committing to following these attached.
As part of the London Nautical School internal Teachmeet, held on 15 April 2013, Mr Hyder Dastagir demonstrated how movement and roleplay can be used to demonstrate sophisticated chemistry principles. View the other presentations in the archive of this event › events.edutronic.net/outstanding/
Presented to Teachmeet BETT on 31 January, 2013, to follow is a quick drive through some moments in the life of The Edutronic – with a focus on feedback.
Teachmeets are a grass-roots phenomenon where teachers get together and share elements of good practice, ideas and theories in a fast-paced, informal format. Presenters volunteer to speak for 2 or 7 minutes.
Presented to Teachmeet London on Tuesday 11 December, 2012, to follow is a quick drive through one moment in the life of The Edutronic – with a focus on feedback.
Teachmeets are a grass-roots phenomenon where teachers get together and share elements of good practice, ideas and theories in a fast-paced, informal format. Presenters volunteer to speak for 2 or 7 minutes – and this is the framework behind Chris Waugh‘s 2 minute presentation on The Edutronic Feedback Loop.