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Arctic Adventure – Real World Contexts for Talk & Writing (Download)

32 pages (pdf) 60 pages (video)

£20.00

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Finalist BETT 2014

Using authentic video material, images and blogs from the Catlin Arctic Survey as a stimulus, Arctic Adventure provides an engaging context for a range of exciting creative writing and speaking and listening activities. Activities include:

  • creative reading and writing tasks – winning a place on the team, a survival diet Masterchef-style, a final email
  • letter writing, blogging, scripting a video report
  • role-playing a radio interview
  • dilemmas and emergency scenarios to provoke discussion and debate
  • a final presentation.

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Print and iPad editions

Now available as a multi-touch enhanced book for iPads. Includes voucher for free downloadable PDF reference copy.

Sample Video

Reviews

'If only all teaching resources for English were of the same high quality. The tasks were varied and proved extremely popular with the pupils, especially the boys.'

Will Brotherston, Latymer School 

'Fun, rewarding and well-structured.'

Teacher, Southam College 

'Crisp and coherent package ... lots of fantastic opportunities for cross-curricular work. The potential for this project is enormous.'

Denise Jackson, Kent SEBD School

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