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What's so funny about comic novels? | Books | The Guardian
"It was only then that I realised the pure, unpolluted humour of which he was possessed was the greatest possible gift he could have offered to the world: the same thing, I suppose, that Italo Calvino had in mind when he extolled the virtues of "thoughtful lightness", or "comedy that has lost its bodily weight". More and more I feel that, just as all art aspires to the condition of music, all humour should really aspire to the condition of Wodehouse."
english_literature  fiction  uk  humor  from delicious
september 2013 by katieday
The Complete Uncle, by J.P. Martin
a project to publish all six Uncle books in one lavish edition
childrens_lit  kickstarter  uk  from delicious
april 2013 by katieday
Summer Reading Challenge 2013 theme announced | Reading Agency
The theme this year is "Creepy House" -- see their reading lists -- older and younger
childrens_lit  reading_promotion  summer_reading  booklists  uk  from delicious
march 2013 by katieday
Life Without Papers
stories of undocumented migrant families and young people
migration  stories  uk  from delicious
february 2013 by katieday
Seeing red: the power of female anger - New Statesman - Jan 2013
"Every statistic available shows that women and children are being hit hardest by this recession. Outbursts of fury, politicised and scalpel sharp, are everywhere we look, says Suzanne Moore.
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articles  feminism  uk  politics  from delicious
january 2013 by katieday
Bookbuzz
A project of the Booktrust in the UK - aimed at 11-year-olds - book recommendations in different genres
booklists  childrens_lit  recommended  primary_school  uk  from delicious
december 2012 by katieday
Decoding Learning report - Nesta - UK - November 2012
"In the last five years UK schools have spent more than £1 billion on digital technology. From interactive whiteboards to tablets, there is more digital technology in schools than ever before. But so far there has been little evidence of substantial success in improving educational outcomes.

Something is going wrong.

Nesta commissioned the London Knowledge Lab (LKL) and Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI), University of Nottingham, to analyse how technology has been used in the UK education systems and lessons from around the world. Uniquely, we wanted this to be set within a clear framework for better understanding the impact on learning experiences.

Decoding Learning finds proof of technology supporting effective learning, emerging technologies that show promise of impact, and exciting teacher practice that displays the potential for effective digital education."
research  technology  education  uk  from delicious
november 2012 by katieday
BBC News - Huge Roman coins find for hobbyist
reminds me of the book The Mildenhall Treasure by Roald Dahl
history  childrens_lit  uk 
june 2012 by katieday
BOOKLIST: A history of the world in 100 books -- from Blackwell Books in the UK
Academic, Educational and Business Books - Blackwell's Bookshop Online
history  uk  booklists 
january 2012 by katieday
The Skeptical Doctor
dedicated to the work of Theodore Dalrymple
essays  uk  culture 
december 2011 by katieday
London's History on Google Maps
Locating London's Past is a superb tool for exploring London's past on Google Maps.The map allows users to visualise data relating to seventeenth and eighteenth-century London against John Rocque’s 1746 map of London. The data sets that can be viewed on the map include records of Old Bailey Proceedings, coroner's records, historical directories, plague deaths, archaeology finds and much more.Locating London's Past has big plans for the application. They say that additional maps of London and relevant mappable datasets concerning any aspect of London's medieval, early modern, and modern history will be added to the application as they become available.
UK  history_maps  London  from google
december 2011 by katieday
Data centres: their use, value and impact | Research Information Network
"This report provides an analysis of the usage and impact of a number of research data centres, representing a cross-section of research disciplines in the UK.

The study aimed to demonstrate the importance, relevance and benefits of effective sharing and curation of research data for the UK research community. It looked at the long-term usage and impact of data curated by a cross-disciplinary selection of established data centres.
curation  data  research  universities  uk  reports 
september 2011 by katieday
Teaching Library | Discover teaching ideas and lesson resources linked to children's books and literature.
selling books, but also giving notes and ideas of how to use the books in the classroom.... written by a UK primary school teacher....
childrens_lit  lesson_ideas  uk  teaching 
september 2011 by katieday
Richard and Judy Childrens Summer Book Club 2011
Booktrust teams up again with WHSmith for Richard and Judy’s Children’s Summer Book Club 2011
childrens_lit  summer_reading  UK 
june 2011 by katieday
Born to Learn on Vimeo
series of cartoon videos explaining new research in how we learn... website is born-to-learn.org
uk  learning  videos 
april 2011 by katieday
MEDIA STORE - UK DVDs for Education
"Media Store serves the education market with an unrivalled collection of DVDs, including latest releases, classics and difficult-to-source titles covering a wide range of subjects and audience age range.
Media Store is well known throughout the market for its high stock levels, honest prices, speedy delivery and friendly service which makes it a one-stop shop for all teachers and educators who need DVDs to support their curriculum delivery.
videos  uk  teacher_resources  online_shopping 
april 2011 by katieday
BBC News - How children's war fiction has changed
The Imperial War Museum in London has a new exhibition, Once Upon a Wartime, which illustrates a shift in the way war has been depicted to young readers, and brings five novels to life.
uk  childrens_lit  museums  war  g5_conflict 
february 2011 by katieday
Mediaknowall
"Welcome to MEDIAKNOWALL, a starting point for internet research for Media Studies students. You will find a mixture of basic notes and links to relevant sites, as well as a round-up of the latest media news stories below.

This has been designed specifically to help UK students following the WJEC GCSE, AS and A-level syllabus, but you may find useful information here whatever course or level you are studying. "
teaching  english_class  lesson_ideas  media_literacy  uk  secondary_school  GCSE 
january 2011 by katieday
Evolving English: One Language, Many Voices :: Map your voice - about
"We need your voice. By adding your voice you can help with research into how language works. We hold recordings that capture the sounds of spoken English all over the world.
We are asking people all over the world to read a children's story: Mr. Tickle by Roger Hargreaves. It's been chosen for the range of English sounds it contains when read out loud. Read more about why we chose it."
language  accents  english_language  uk  childrens_lit 
december 2010 by katieday
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