The Atlanta Riot
Although a prosperous African-American middle class had emerged in Atlanta by the early 1900s, it was understood by both whites and blacks that Atlanta was a tense and highly segregated city. In 1906, on the heels of the Thomas Dixon play The Clansmen, newspapers began falsely reporting assaults of white women by black men, leading to the Atlanta Riot. This segment from The Rise and Fall of Jim Crowdescribes the events leading up to the riot, and its impact on the black civil rights le
Derived copy of Bis2A 1.1 The Science of Biology
By the end of this section, you will be able to:
Jody Baron (UCSF)
A mouse model of human hepatitis B: A tool to identify and test therapeutic targets
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First year student experience
This case study reports on enhancing the first year student experience by engaging students in the practise of business through provision of a coherent and relevant set of learning activities
6.3 Lysozyme Lysozyme was the first enzyme for which the X-ray structure was determined at high resolution. This was achieved in 1965 by David Phillips, working at the Royal Institution in London. Phillips went on to propose a mechanism for lysozyme action that was based principally on structural data. The Phillips mechanism has since been borne out by experimental evidence, as we shall see later. Lysozyme is found widely in the cells and secretions (including tears and saliva) of vertebrates, and h
Lysozyme was the first enzyme for which the X-ray structure was determined at high resolution. This was achieved in 1965 by David Phillips, working at the Royal Institution in London. Phillips went on to propose a mechanism for lysozyme action that was based principally on structural data. The Phillips mechanism has since been borne out by experimental evidence, as we shall see later.
Lysozyme is found widely in the cells and secretions (including tears and saliva) of vertebrates, and h
Learn English 22 - Complaining
a 5 minute clip teaching complaining. The clips shows a new way of looking at the past. It teaches about the past continuous with sentence examples and a movie shows complaining in real life situations.
Key Stage 3 Mathematics study modules DVD
A DVD with six video excerpts that are designed to be used alongside the relevant modules of the Key Stage 3 National Strategy Mathematics study modules.
Writing in English as an Additional Language at Key Stage 2
This is a study undertaken to identify which features of written English primary aged learners of English as an additional language (EAL) may find more difficult to use well. It adds to previous evidence gathered about EAL writing at Key Stage 4 (KS4) in a project by the same author (Cameron 2003). The publication of this research was followed by a survey of the teaching of writing to advanced bilingual learners undertaken by the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED, 2005).
QCA English, Annual report on curriculum and assessment (2004/05)
The resource is a report on the English curriculum and assessment across the foundation stage, key stages 1,2,3 and 4, and the 14-19 curriculum.
KS3 Modern Foreign Languages - Why Learn a Language?
This Teachers TV programme explores one way of motivating pupils to choose to study MFL at Key Stage 4. Within the programme, a team from Aston University’s Languages for Life project is filmed leading a workshop with a Year 9 class.
SPEEL: Study of Pedagogical Effectiveness in Early Years Learning
This is a DfES research report produced by the School of Education Research and Development at Anglia Polytechnic University. It is based upon ethnographic research carried out in 2000-2001 in twenty-one Early Years (EY) settings in England, where the Foundation Stage (FS) curriculum was being followed.
Ofsted subject conference report: modern foreign languages. Post-14 languages seminar
This report, published in December 2005, summarises the content and outcomes of a two-day conference regarding post-14 languages education. This was jointly organised by the DfES, Ofsted, the National Centre for Languages (CILT), QCA and the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust. The purpose of the conference was to consider the challenges and opportunities presented by post-14 languages education, in a climate of widespread marginalisation of languages at Key Stage 4.
The role and effects of teaching assistants in English primary schools (years 4-6) 2000-2003
This is a summary of a longitudinal research investigation into the role and effectiveness of classroom assistants in Key Stage Two.
Play Primary I am about to carry out a literature review on the benefits of play and more specifically why play is not as widely used in key stage 1 and 2. I have found plenty of research on applying play but less on why. I was wondering if you could help me broaden and specify my study. Thank you.
Geography settlements I am writing my first assignment on producing an integrated plan for the effective teaching of settlements (key stage 3 year 7). I want to focus on teaching and learning objectives, strategies for meeting the needs of individual pupils, assessment and cross-curricular teaching of numercy and literacy. Do you have any links to papers which might help me with this assignment?
Autism Primary I am researching the provisions made for children with autism within the primary school as my independent study, and am finding it hard to get any useful information that is not a website. Journals and government documents would be ideal. there is not specific subject and the key stage is from one to key stage two.
Physical education Attitudes
Physical education Attitudes I am a year 3 student doing some research into children's attitudes towards particular activities in the PE national curriculum, and was wondering what research there is already in this field. I am looking to base my research in the primary school, and over all age groups from foundation to key stage 2.
School Home environment
School Home environment I am currently researching the question area of "To what extent are children's dispositions and attitudes to learning affected by the school and home environments?" I have found a some information on how school affects this but would also like to find out some more. Additionally, i have found very little information on how home affects dispositions. I was wondering whether you could help me? I have been using the British Education Index. The age range for this research i
Study support Attainment
Study support Attainment I am currently looking into whether or not school clubs/study support raise attainment in schools. I have searched the TTRB site, but have found nothing relating to this topic. I have found a couple of articles on the TES, Guardian and BBC websties, but no references to formal journal articles, books or documents, which would back up my thinking. I am looking specifically at KS3 and KS4. I will be focusing on sport and the performing arts.