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Science and English?

Discussion in 'English' started by tactfulteacher, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. I've just taken on an English class once a week to top up my hours of teaching so I am not one under, and I wanted to encorporate English and Science together in that lesson - does anyone have any ideas what I can do with the group? They are a year 8 foundation class and I pretty much have free scope as to what I do!
     
  2. I've just taken on an English class once a week to top up my hours of teaching so I am not one under, and I wanted to encorporate English and Science together in that lesson - does anyone have any ideas what I can do with the group? They are a year 8 foundation class and I pretty much have free scope as to what I do!
     
  3. Teach them about natural disasters and use that as scope for some creative writing? Lots you can get out of that- could even link to some films for a media focus too
     

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