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  1. Burnt: An Australian Anti-Bullying Play (Years 8-10)

    Burnt tells the story of Simon, who is consistently bullied by Richard, one of his schoolmates. Set after the situation has come to a crisis point, the play explores the feelings of three of Simon's friends - could they have prevented it? - with flashbacks to incidents between Simon and Richard, and monologues from Simon about his longing to fit in. By putting themselves in Simon's place, students learn to have empathy for the victims of bullying, to understand that 'it's okay to be different' and to create a strong network among themselves to support one another.

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    A$35.95
  2. 100 Games and Activities for the Introductory Foreign Language Classroom

    The activities in this book show teachers how they can bring vocabulary to life and open the door to another culture. The activities are organised according to general themes such as weather, colours, telling the time, family and animals. Most of the activities are not language-specific; they may be adapted and used with whichever language you choose to teach. You will find a few games that are culture/language specific, such as Japanese origami or calligraphy activities. Each activity includes detailed playing instructions and a list of required materials. Many games include an account of the writer's experience playing the game with a class, and some include helpful charts, worksheets or other visuals.

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    A$35.00
  3. Hands-On STEAM Explorations for Young Learners: Problem-Based Investigations for Preschool to Second Grade

    Hands-on STEAM explorations for young learners uses popular children’s nursery rhymes to explore STEAM concepts through minds-on, hands-on investigations. Children ages 4–8 and their teachers will love this twist on familiar old nursery rhymes. Children will enjoy problem-solving and tinkering as they discover and explore. Baa, Baa, Black Sheep insists that she hides more colours in the drawn lines of her black wool. Test to find out if it is possible for black to be more than one colour. How might you make Old King Cole’s fiddle using cardboard boxes and rubber bands? Teachers will appreciate the easy-to-follow layout, connections to advanced learning and easy-to-access materials in each investigation. Innovation, wonder and fun are at the heart of each of these explorations.

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    A$34.95
  4. Zip-Around Games

    Zip-Around card games are an engaging way for the whole class to learn and practise new concepts together. Students will have fun as they cooperate in exciting, fast-paced games that sharpen their skills in maths, build their vocabulary and learn to listen to each other. Titles in this series include: Maths Games: Practise mental multiplication and division, work with fractions and solve worded problems. Vocabulary Games: Introduce synonyms, metaphors, alliteration and homonyms, and  apply effective strategies for learning new words. Following Directions: Encourage active listening (and laughter!) as students sing, stamp their feet and even moo like cows to complete a sequence of tasks together. Each Zip-Around set comes with eight individual games, as well as a booklet containing game instructions, answer keys and additional reproducible resources for introducing and reinforcing each activity.

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  5. Zip-Around Vocabulary Games: Ready-to-use, Interactive Card Games for the Whole Class
    Zip-Around Vocabulary Games are an exciting way to engage your middle years class while they work on expanding their vocabulary. Students will love the eight fast-paced games as they cooperatively learn about alliteration, the power of connotation, strategies for learning new words and more! Learn More
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  6. Neurodevelopmental Differentiation Poster Set

    Enhance your students’ learning strengths with this set of full-colour SRA3 posters. Imagine a school where the motto is ‘Here, everyone gets smart’. Not just some students. Every student. In Neurodevelopmental differentiation: Optimising brain systems to maximise learning, clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller and educator Lucy Fuller make teachers’ working lives easier and more effective by helping them to detect what might be stopping students from achieving more success. This set of eleven posters features: how to use learning strengths to build success; your learning strengths; where you can use your learning strengths; descriptions of each individual learning strength.

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    A$26.95
  7. Teaching Fairly in an Unfair World, 2nd Edition

    The era of ‘fake’ news demands an approach to curriculum that encourages students to question inconsistencies of ideas and opinions represented in texts and images. This important book offers opportunities for students and teachers to reflect on the current political, social and cultural climate. It helps students connect with social justice issues through inventive language exploration and critical examination of all forms of media. It encourages teachers to evaluate their core teaching beliefs and acknowledge the realities of their students’ lives so that all can achieve a richer understanding of our complex world. Teaching fairly in an unfair world offers practical activities, useful resources and classroom techniques for helping students make sense of the world around them.

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    A$39.95

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