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Using the Two-spoon Method in Cooking

Once you know how to use two spoons to get your cookie or biscuit mixture onto a baking tray, it is easy to do. But what is the best way to teach children this essential cooking skill? 24 more words

Teaching Ideas

The Bridge Method of Cutting

Once you know how to cut ingredients safely using the bridge method, it is easy to do. But what is the best way to teach children this essential cooking skill? 27 more words

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Writing Genres

The first step in understanding and discussing literature is knowing what you’re reading. Being able to state which genres you enjoy, or what genre the book you’re reading falls under, is a powerful skill; especially if you want to talk about books! 55 more words

Literacy

The Claw Method of Cutting

Once you know how to cut ingredients safely using the claw method, it is easy to do. But what is the best way to teach children this essential cooking skill? 28 more words

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Active and Passive Voice

How ready are you for that English test? Play this quiz to test how good your grammar is.

Are you an active and passive voice expert? 99 more words

Literacy

Top 10 tips for teaching bright children

  1. Find out what they know before you teach them. This will prevent reteaching what a pupil already knows.
  2. Remove drill from their lives. Bright pupils learn and retain a concept the first time it is presented to them.
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