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Christine Counsell
Curriculum, subject communities, disciplines, knowledge, teaching, teacher development, teacher agency. Truth seeker. Girlie swot.
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Christine Counsell 8h
Want to see the power of curriculum sequencing? Listen to 's daily . Trouble understanding this one? Listen to the earlier ones (& engage with the tasks he sets) and, as if by magic, you'll be ready for this one, & see more in it
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Christine Counsell 3h
Thank you David. Very kind. Glad you enjoyed it. Wonderful to work with you all, and my old trainee !
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Holocaust Education 7h
Survivor Mala Tribich, in 'A Child in the Holocaust', speaks of a children's barracks in Bergen-Belsen…where, despite the most terrible of conditions and the dire circumstances, 'loving care' was provided by Sister Luba and a team of Jewish 'nurses'.
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Sarah Lane Cawte 8h
My copy arrived today. Looking forward to reading this. Is there a competition for the longest word in a chapter title? Ch.14 is my nomination! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Christine Counsell 8h
Want to see the power of curriculum sequencing? Listen to 's daily . Trouble understanding this one? Listen to the earlier ones (& engage with the tasks he sets) and, as if by magic, you'll be ready for this one, & see more in it
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DRET Music Apr 2
Can you keep the beat? Today's takes us on a Short Ride in a Fast Machine...
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Christine Counsell Apr 2
If anyone can do it.... Go for it Simon!
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Dr Steven Berryman Apr 2
Aren’t they great? Bravo for these daily doses of musical intrigue. Wound Dresser would be excellent - remember performing that Adams’ piece when at
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Christine Counsell Apr 2
Hi Steven, so pleased I've found a fellow Wound Dresser admirer. Those intervals, and where he uses them. 😍 Oh my. And yes, is ace. Put the lot together, & a rather fine KS3 music course starts to appear. Hope non-music are following the series!
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DRET Music Apr 2
Replying to @DRETmusic
Have a go at beating 3 against 2 with our 'handy' video 😀
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DRET Music Apr 2
Replying to @DRETmusic
Here's Khalil Madovi introducing the piece on the BBC Ten Pieces film -
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Christine Counsell Apr 2
Yay!! has done a on my favourite American composer... John Adams. Might we persuade Simon to do one on Adams' 'The Wound Dresser' at some point? 🙏 Combo of Walt Whitman & Adams is surpassingly beautiful and not a little topical?
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Helen Snelson Mar 31
York in 14 life stories – online teaching resource
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Geraint Brown Mar 31
Should just be able to get to Easter without full-scale cabin fever now this has arrived from the
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TheWestLive Mar 30
Follow a family on the Oregon Trail in 1852 at On 2 April 1852 Abigail Scott and her family set out for Oregon territory. Follow their journey every day and experience life through the eyes of 17 year old Abigail. Enjoy ()
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Matt Stanford Apr 1
I’m excited! This is ace in many ways - one of them is as a way of (virtually) escaping corona-cabin fever
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The Voices Foundation Mar 31
Love tuning into each day. Check out today's lesson on the importance of bass lines. Can't wait to learn more tomorrow!
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DRET Music Apr 1
More on chords today's using Don't look back in anger by Oasis - . Why not learn to play the chords at home?
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Christine Counsell Mar 31
Yay! I love quizzes!
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DRET Music Mar 31
How important is the bass line? Today's looks at Pachelbel's Canon in D and how melody emerges from harmony. Can you learn the bass & chords at home?
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