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O out of date equipment, especially globes and maps with countries - Czechoslovakia, the USSR, Yugoslavia - that no longer exist. o anything that gets in the way. 38 LIST 39 Daft slogans of pietistic vacuity that should not be on classroom walls These slogans are often accompanied by photographs of wild animals in tame poses, cute cartoons, inspiring sunsets and noble buildings. Some are downright lies. Some are like candy floss, tasty at first, then suddenly empty. Some are there on the wall merely for a chance rhyme or alliteration.
One book suggests, cynically, that you get the children to raise their right hand if they know an answer, their left if they don't. 21 LIST 22 Ways of understanding what a school is Tick the definition(s) that you agree with. A school is: (a) a means of producing tomorrow's workers, for offices, factories and farms (b) a means of inculcating children with society's values and cultural heritage (c) a means of enabling children to criticize society's values and cultural heritage (d) a means of setting children free to understand themselves, their world, and their relationship to that world.
O Link PE with English, by getting them to talk about each other's movements o and by getting them to write about them. o Link PE with Science. The human body is a primary source. Books, CDs and television programmes, on the other hand, are all secondary ones. Do some biological science, about the muscles and the bones, for example, after - or, better, during - a PE lesson. 50 LIST 50 Maths: two neglected principles o Help children to see the practical importance of Maths by taking them out and looking for shapes in the environment: rectangular windows, for example.