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|Housecraft (CSE) (KS3/4,FE, Parents) (PDF) (doc available) - Useful lesson for testing 15 year olds in the implimentation and solution everyday problems, eg. food prep., washing clothes, etc.||HseCraft
|First Aid (KS3/4,FE, Parents) (doc) - Useful lesson implimentation, simple solutions to everyday problems, eg. shock, nose bleeds, burns, sprains, etc.||First Aid||.040|
(pdf) - Useful spider diagram - lesson implimentation/memory
aid/wallchart, Gd coverage, Reg user (RKGJ) submission.
(KS3/4, FE, Uni)
(pdf) - Pro training/data sheet - 13 pages packed
with info - Gd coverage, Use
with Asbestos1, Reg user (RKGJ) submission.
Rights, (KS2/3) (doc, jpg)
in Paris, 1948, original found in Classics Illustrated, zip contains
BS-re-build (doc) and scan of original material for easier reading and
manipulation. Historically useful,
and can be used with the "CR&O". (below)
Rights and Obligations", (KS2/3)
material is drawn from
the UNCEF little book,
although slightly wordy the PPT presentation aims to open discussion
about the responsibility
a child has to itself and society. The zip file contains the UNICEF
|Behaviour Tracker (KS2) (pdf) two printable files which can be used in the classroom when children need to understand that their behaviour is no longer acceptable. The first is a "behaviour target" strip, the second is a "Behaviour Log" by Brian Turner (2k3) which can be either sent home or left to inform the school.||Behaviour Tracker||.043|
|45 Lessons in Life,
(ppt) a presentation that you could extract whatever you need to fit
the purpose or use as is. Contains beautiful snow scenes
with thought provoking statements), it could used for discussion in
RE, Eng, Geog.
||Lessons in life
|Sexual Reproduction (KS3/4, FE,
Parents) (1947) (video (b/w)) (Dr. Harold Diehl)
This sex education film concentrates on presenting the anatomy and
physiology of human reproduction in sober medical terms. its release
kicked off a controversy in many American cities and towns over the
legitimacy of sex education in the public schools. The film is narrated
from the point of view of an adult who tries to decide how to answer
his son's natural questions about sex and reproduction. With excellent
diagrams of the reproductive process. This film can also be found in
the "Films Free to View" area.
Miracle of Man by Harold Wheeler
(1942) is a BS re-build
AC Education. No rights are
given for its
use on other sites. Contact AC or BS for information. (The
samples below are strictly student study/personal use only - note:
overviews are drawn from the chapters.)
-: Five hundred billion worlds in the making. Great thought - or great
machine? The fate of the universe. The sun and its planets. What are
sun spots? Their effect on the earth. Celestial chemistry. Is there
life beyond the earth? The moon. Meteors and star-dust. What the
spectroscope reveals. The structure of the universe. Molecules, atoms,
electrons. Matter becomes energy.
Earth's parentage. The age of the earth. Nebulas and meteorites. The
elements in the earth's crust. Drifting continents. The succession of
rocks. Britain under water. Submerged forests. The rise and fall of
land and sea. The story of Atlantis. Lost lands and bird migrations.
The shape of the earth. Geology and industry.
Coming of Man
What is life? Simple plants and animals. How living things developed.
Giant reptiles of the past. How primitive man lived. Relics of our
ancestors. Beginnings of art. Where did man originate? Stone Age flint
factories. Domesticated plants and animals. Lake-dwellers and their
life. Is war natural to man? Cannibalism, ancient and modern. Primitive
customs of today.
-: The beginnings of religion. Origins of priesthood
and kingship. Animal gods and demons. Totem poles become military
standards. Water and fire spirits. A wedding with the sea. Magic and
witchcraft. Charms and amulets. Worshipping the sun. The origins of
Sunday and Christmas Day. History of the swastika. Stone Age temples
and how they were built. Unlucky numbers. Superstitions and their
Civilization -: Updated! Civilization
one source or many? Early ships & seafaring. Egypt &
Copper tools. Corn, wine and money. Egyptian dams and canals. Paper -
origins. Building pyramids. Farming by the Nile. Daily life in ancient
Egypt. Rameses mighty empire. Care of the dead. A briliiant essay and a
must if you are teaching/studying ancient Egypt.
|chap6 (KS2/3/4/FE), Wonders of the Oldest City -: The "Fertile Crescent." Warriors of Babylonia. Mesopotamia as the Garden of Eden. How the Sumerians lived. Ur and its secrets. Beginnings of sculpture. Links with the Bible. The Tower of Babel. How astrology arose. The story of the flood. Etana, the first aviator. Modern art in ancient Sumer.||MoM6||1.71
|chap7 (KS2/3/4/FE), Empires & Conquerors -: Updated! Sargon - his campaigns. Hammurabi's code of laws. Trade regulations in Babylon. Substitutes for money. Assyria succeeds Babylon. Nineveh and its sculptures. Cotton. Fall of Nineveh. Nebuchadnezzar captures Jerusalem. Persia's rise to power.||MoM7||3.12
(KS2/3/4/FE), Crete & Phoenicia -:
Troy, the nine-times-rebuilt city. The palace at Knossos. The Iron Age
begins. Levantine traders. Who were the Phoenicians? Tyre and Sidon.
Solomon's navy. Was Zimbabwe Tarshish? Phoenician colonies in Africa.
Tin from distant Britain. First voyage round Africa. Fall of Phoenician
power. Its legacy.
(KS2/3/4/FE), Triumphs/Tragedies of Greece -:
origins, colonies trade & travel. Greek view of life. Sparta
Athens . Olympic games. Persia's attack & defeat. Marathon and
Thermopylae. Pericles and his city. Greek beliefs and superstitions.
Peloponnesian War. Fall of Athens.
(KS2/3/4/FE), West to the East -:
The first world conqueror. Battle of the Granicus. Tyre besieged.
Alexander conquers Egypt. Darius murdered. Founding of new cities.
Invasion of India. Nearchus' voyage of exploration. Death of Alexander.
Arts and crafts of ancient India. Alexandria and its wonders. Break-up
of the Macedonian Empire. Parchment originates at Antioch. Rhodes
repels Antigonus. The Colossus.
(KS2/3/4/FE), Thinkers Plough Lonley Furrows -: Updated! Socrates,
Philosopher, Trial & death. Plato, Aristotle , Greek
and medicine. Archimedes the engineer. Origins of the Chinese
civilization. Confucius. Lao-tze the mystic. Gautama Buddah, What
Buddhism teaches. Asoka, pacifist emperor. Who was the Pharaoh of the
Bible? Code of Hammurabi. From Moses to Jesus. Communism &
(KS2/3/4/FE), Makers & Breakers of Rome
Italy's early inhabitants. Etruscans & their civilization.
of the Gauls. Romulus & Remus. Rome's kings overthrown.
and plebeians. Cattle as standard of value. Rome versus Carthage. The
Republic's foreign conquests. Land reform. Slavery and the slave
revolt. Baths, roads and newspapers. Julius and Augustus Casar. Wealth
of the Eternal City. Decline sets in. Christianity versus the State.
Constantine, the first Christian emperor. Founding of Constantinople.
|chap13 (KS2/3/4/FE), Humanity on the March -: Updated! Migrations of peoples. Goths, Huns and Vandals. Rome's legacy. Social life in, Reasons for Rome's decline. Buried cities of the East. Mohammed and Islam. Arab conquests and civilization. Ceasar's invasion. Romans in Britain. Gaul and Germany. Charlemagne restores the Empire. Viking invasions. (excellent map!)||MoM13||4.22
(KS2/3/4/FE), Life in the Middle Ages -:
Popes and missionaries. What the monks did. Castle and cottage. Peasant
life. Rise of universities. Parliament takes shape. Trade &
guilds. Manorial system. Britain's woollen trade. Early capitalists.
Crusaders & adventurers. The Black Death. England's first
rising. The Hansa towns. Mongol invaders. Genghis, Kublai &
Tamerlane. Towers of skulls & corpses as monuments.
(KS2/3/4/FE), Anarchists of the Mind -:
Waldo, reformer of Christianity. St. Francis, Roger Bacon, forerunner
of modern science. Dante & his epic. Wycliffe, herald of the
Reformation. Huss, patriot and martyr. Beginnings of printing. Luther,
Calvin and the Reformation. New Learning in Italy. Leonardo da Vinci.
New views of earth and stars. Galileo invents the telescope. Popes
& temporal power. [Mt Paloma and the “Hubble” telescope]
the Unknown -:Early
British travellers. Missionaries and explorers. "Marco Millions." Henry
the Navigator. Discovery of America. Cabot founds British Empire. First
voyage round the world. Spanish gold. Merchant adventurers. Seeking the
North-West Passage. Drake rounds Cape Horn. Traders and pirates. The
Pilgrim Fathers. Canada and Australia. Commercial undertakings that
fathered the British Empire.
|chap17 (KS2/3/4/FE), America's Puzzling Peoples -: Updated! Red Indians? Mayas and Toltecs, Chichen Itzd, Maya art and calendars, Aztecs, Huitzilopochtli and his thousands of victims, Riches of Aztec culture, Peru and the Incas, State socialism in the Andes, Peru's Great Wall.||MoM17||1.99
|chap18 (KS2/3/4/FE),The Standard of Revol t -: Revolt of the Netherlands. The thirteen American colonies. Prussia's predatory war. Taxation without representation. Declaration of Independence. Louis XIV. Heralds of the French Revolution. Rights of Man. A king goes to execution. France becomes a republic. Napoleon bestrides the Continent. Beginnings of modern science.||MoM18||2.8
|chap19 (KS2/3/4/FE), Speeding Up the World -: Early textile inventions. The Spinning Jenny. Arkwright’s frames & Cartwright’s loom. Jacquard & Napoleon, First steam-engines. Watt’s experiments. Canals. McAdam / Telford roads. Stephenson & "Rocket", Steam transport. Motor-cars. Updated!||MoM19
|chap20 (KS2/3/4/FE), Sail Surrenders to Steam -: Updated! Jouffroy’s "Pyroscaphe." Man-power paddle vessels. The "Charlotte Dundas." Fulton and Napoleon. World's first submarine. Atlantic crossed by steam. The Cunard Line. Modern steamships. Floating and graving docks.||MoM20
|chap 21 (KS2/3/4/FE),
-: After Waterloo. Trade unions. France's recovery. Germany unites.
Making of Italy. Belgium parts from Holland. Norway and Sweden
separate. Russia under the Tsars. Nationalism in the Balkans. American
Civil War. European influence in China. Westernization of Japan. War of
1914-18. Post-war political movements. Hitler, Mussolini, Lenin.
Totalitarianism and democracy.
|chap 22 (KS2/3/4/FE), Breaking
down the Barriers-
Living near the poles. England annexes the Cape. Explorers of Africa.
Death of Mungo Park. Goldie and Nigeria. Hedin and Stein in Asia.
Unconquerable Everest. Algerian pirates. Morocco and the Riffs.
Lyaute’s work in Africa. Redistributing the Dark Continent. Opening-up
|chap 23 (KS2/3/4/FE),
of Modern Thought-
Origins of German state-worship. Gobineau's race theory. Carlyle and "
Great Men." Prussian glorification of war. Optimism in Victorian
literature. Heralds of world planning. A
philosopher's plea for a democracy of trained minds.
|chap24 (KS2/3/4/FE), Pathways of the Skies -: Updated! Early myths of flight, China, First balloon, Steam-driven airships, Zeppelins and gliders, The Atlantic, World War I, Air survey and exploration, World War II, Post war research, Space Shuttle.||MoM24
-: Progress of psychology. Heredity and eugenics. Glands and sunshine.
Public health and feeding. Vitamins. Progress in industrial welfare.
Education and propaganda.
|chap26 (KS2/3/4/FE) Science: Miracle or Menace? -: Science is neutral. Man harnesses Nature. Land reclamation ancient and modern. Coal and oil. Oil for engines on land and sea. Synthetic products. Electricity. The social side of progress. Slavery ancient and modern. The fight against disease. Man conquers the soil. Progress in bonds. The evil angel of Man's own making. Addendums/Updated (2010)||MoM26
|chap 27 (KS2/3/4/FE), The Fight for Democracy-:Germany's urge for Lebensraum. Rape of Czechoslovakia. Invasion of Poland. Second World War. Collapse of France. Japan's move for Eastern domination. America, arsenal of democracy. Germany invades Russia. International Aims of the Atlantic Charter. Humanity's quest for peace. Man's conquest of himself..||Mom27
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OK! Thats all for now folks!