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Unusual Pubs by Boot, Bike and Boat (Hardcover): Bob Barton Unusual Pubs by Boot, Bike and Boat (Hardcover)
Bob Barton
R475 R425 Discovery Miles 4 250 Save R50 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
A Chance in a Million? - Scottish Avalanches (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Bob Barton A Chance in a Million? - Scottish Avalanches (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Bob Barton; Revised by D.S.B. Wright; D.S.B. Wright
R483 Discovery Miles 4 830 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Unusual Railway Pubs, Refreshment Rooms and Ale Trains (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition): Bob Barton Unusual Railway Pubs, Refreshment Rooms and Ale Trains (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition)
Bob Barton
R477 R427 Discovery Miles 4 270 Save R50 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Story Works - How teachers can use shared stories in the new curriculum (Paperback): David Booth, Bob Barton Story Works - How teachers can use shared stories in the new curriculum (Paperback)
David Booth, Bob Barton
R622 Discovery Miles 6 220 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The definitive guide to using shared stories in the modern, up-to-date classroom. Child-tested and ready for integration into any curriculum, the book explores how to nurture the sense of story within the imagination of children. Learn effective ways to encourage students to use ideas, values, and language from their reading in their own stories and listen to each other, respond, and build on collective responses.

This Book is Not about Drama - It's about New Ways to Inspire Students (Paperback): Myra Barrs, Bob Barton, David Booth This Book is Not about Drama - It's about New Ways to Inspire Students (Paperback)
Myra Barrs, Bob Barton, David Booth
R633 Discovery Miles 6 330 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This Book is Not about Drama: It's about New Ways to Inspire Students offers a comprehensive approach to using role play and discussion to build language experiences that are meaningful for learners. It explores issues around storytelling, silent speech, writing and imagination and shows teachers how to be effective observers and support the deeper meaning that comes from working inside and outside the text. This authoritative resource is full of simple strategies and texts that have been chosen for their ability to engage students, get them out of their chairs, and let them learn actively and socially. The strategies begin with simple games and evolve into more complex learning opportunities. Working together - from games to creating rituals Storytelling - from exploring the storyteller's voice to moving beyond the story Role-Playing - from writing in role to turning life experiences into drama Mining the Story - from finding hidden stories to creating parallel stories Researchers and Role Players - from becoming historians to acting on information Reading Aloud - from presenting Readers Theatre to choral dramatisation Sharing Role-Playing - from working from eyewitness perspectives to building an ensemble drama The model texts included give teachers a great place to start. Highly readable anecdotes from real classrooms put the texts in context. These classroom glimpses illustrate the power that students can bring to their learning as they share within groups and find ways to involve their audience. This Book is Not about Dramais a remarkable book that shows teachers how to inspire students to experience, reflect, and express their ideas with confidence.

Unusual Pubs Amazing Stories (Hardcover): Bob Barton Unusual Pubs Amazing Stories (Hardcover)
Bob Barton
R444 R400 Discovery Miles 4 000 Save R44 (10%) Out of stock
Outward Bound Survival Handbook (Paperback): Bob Barton Outward Bound Survival Handbook (Paperback)
Bob Barton
R265 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R53 (20%) Out of stock

Written by Outward Bound instructors, and based on methods taught on Outward Bound courses, this book provides all the information needed to survive in difficult or dangerous conditions. It shows how to re-establish a location, plan a new route or cope with a serious medical problem until professional help arrives. Along with equipping readers with essential outdoor skills, the book show how to avoid difficulties, and to administer elementary first aid.

Poetry Goes to School - From Mother Goose to Shel Silverstein (Paperback): Bob Barton, David Booth Poetry Goes to School - From Mother Goose to Shel Silverstein (Paperback)
Bob Barton, David Booth
R680 Discovery Miles 6 800 Out of stock

Learn how to create a "culture of poetry" that demonstrates the power of words and strengthens the language lives of children. "Poetry Goes to School" is a comprehensive resource for teachers who want to fill their classrooms with poetry. The authors have expanded the territory covered in their previous book, "Mother Goose Goes to School." In this rich collection, they have gathered and classified a remarkable collection of poetry and teaching strategies into a meaningful, manageable program.

The book is organized around eight inviting units: patterns, word play, nursery rhymes, ceremonies, images, voices, stories, and information. Each unit contains: a description of the genre;inviting lessons and tools for using them in classrooms;sample poems to motivate language discussion;ideas for exploring all forms of poetry with children.

Teachers can select from the wide range of response activities that will involve the children in reading, writing, role-playing and the arts. Assessment techniques for supporting the poetry program complement this inviting resource.

Safety, Risk and Adventure in Outdoor Activities (Hardcover): Bob Barton Safety, Risk and Adventure in Outdoor Activities (Hardcover)
Bob Barton
R2,534 Discovery Miles 25 340 Out of stock

'"Bureaucracy is the reason for the decline in school trips". A statement often quoted. But it is a myth that there is a decline in school visits... It's competent people, not paperwork, that make visits safer' - Ian Park, ex-Chairman, Outdoor Education Advisers' Panel 'Every man and woman who is involved in the development or education of young people - however slightly - should be chained to one of the Barns of Bynack and not released until they have read this book cover to cover' - Alan Bantick, wildlife conservationist, lecturer, photographer and guide 'Bob Barton's balanced and well thought out book will help anyone involved with the planning and management of outdoor activities for young people. Bob explores the issues that need to be considered when developing and implementing outdoor policies and procedures, in an interesting and thought provoking style, drawing on his wealth of outdoor experience' - Peter Westgarth, Chief Executive, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award 'This book fills a gap which sorely needed filling. The safety versus adventure debate is discussed in a thoroughly refreshing way and should inspire a new generation of teachers and youth workers to take their charges into the great outdoors. The book should be required reading for every Health and Safety Officer throughout the land to improve their understanding of what Adventure Educators are trying to achieve' - Doug Jones, County Officer, Outdoor Education and Adventure Activities, Bedfordshire County Council 'A distillation of years of experience in adventure activities and an essential guide to getting the proper balance between adventure and safety' - Nick Barrett, Chief Executive of the Outward Bound Trust Providers of outdoor education must strike the right balance between adventure and security. Effective risk management enables providers to deliver lasting educational value without breaching their moral and legal duties of care. This practical guide shows how genuinely adventurous outdoor activities can be provided to acceptable standards of safety. Drawing on the author's own experience as an expert mountaineer, instructor and consultant, the systems and processes of successful outdoor adventure are clearly explained using real life examples and case studies. Bob Barton is Safety Adviser to the Outward Bound Trust and works as a consultant on the management of adventure activities.

Safety, Risk and Adventure in Outdoor Activities (Paperback): Bob Barton Safety, Risk and Adventure in Outdoor Activities (Paperback)
Bob Barton
R864 Discovery Miles 8 640 Out of stock

'"Bureaucracy is the reason for the decline in school trips". A statement often quoted. But it is a myth that there is a decline in school visits... It's competent people, not paperwork, that make visits safer' - Ian Park, ex-Chairman, Outdoor Education Advisers' Panel 'Every man and woman who is involved in the development or education of young people - however slightly - should be chained to one of the Barns of Bynack and not released until they have read this book cover to cover' - Alan Bantick, wildlife conservationist, lecturer, photographer and guide 'Bob Barton's balanced and well thought out book will help anyone involved with the planning and management of outdoor activities for young people. Bob explores the issues that need to be considered when developing and implementing outdoor policies and procedures, in an interesting and thought provoking style, drawing on his wealth of outdoor experience' - Peter Westgarth, Chief Executive, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award 'This book fills a gap which sorely needed filling. The safety versus adventure debate is discussed in a thoroughly refreshing way and should inspire a new generation of teachers and youth workers to take their charges into the great outdoors. The book should be required reading for every Health and Safety Officer throughout the land to improve their understanding of what Adventure Educators are trying to achieve' - Doug Jones, County Officer, Outdoor Education and Adventure Activities, Bedfordshire County Council 'A distillation of years of experience in adventure activities and an essential guide to getting the proper balance between adventure and safety' - Nick Barrett, Chief Executive of the Outward Bound Trust Providers of outdoor education must strike the right balance between adventure and security. Effective risk management enables providers to deliver lasting educational value without breaching their moral and legal duties of care. This practical guide shows how genuinely adventurous outdoor activities can be provided to acceptable standards of safety. Drawing on the author's own experience as an expert mountaineer, instructor and consultant, the systems and processes of successful outdoor adventure are clearly explained using real life examples and case studies. Bob Barton is Safety Adviser to the Outward Bound Trust and works as a consultant on the management of adventure activities.

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