SPaG BOOK is the perfect companion for teachers of spelling, punctuation, and grammar...and now the National Curriculum and Ofsted consider EVERY teacher to be a teacher of literacy, that means you! Whether you're a grammar novice who doesn't know his adverbs from his elbow, or an expert English teacher who never splits his infinitives, this book has something for you.
The IQ Myth explores the importance of hard work and practice - rather than innate ability or intellect - in improving one's intelligence.
Intellectually challenging but written in a friendly, fluent style, this book is a fascinating quick-read for anyone interested in the nature of talent and an essential read for school teachers who want to motivate their students to get better results.
The Art of Public Speaking combines the theory (from Aristotle to Quintilian) with practical resources to help you get started on your own inspirational speech. It’s got something for everyone: it dips its toe in the art of rhetoric by explaining how the most common persuasive devices work, and swims out further into the sea of figurative language to examine its lofty origins in Ancient Greece.
Making Key Stage 3 Count will help you to: ensure your curriculum offer is broad and balanced and that teaching is of a high quality; improve the transition from Key Stage 2 to 3; ensure assessment and tracking is robust and focuses on the needs of disadvantaged pupils in order to close achievement gaps; and ensure homework helps pupils to make good progress.