The Journalism File. No. 3
Articles have been selected for their relevance to UK students. Opposing viewpoints are given on controversies. Only the most compelling articles are chosen. You'll find the very best writers in the series from J K Rowling to Bill Bryson, Douglas Adams to John Simpson. It includes dramatic and inspiring personal accounts. The series has unparalleled breadth and diversity with articles selected from hundreds of both mainstream and hard-to-find sources. It is intended for students 14-18. It is useful for libraries, English, PHSE, Sixth Form and across the curriculum. There is a free digital guide to the whole series on the web.
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'If anything teachers are likely to be even more pleased with volume 3: stimulating articles... specially commissioned contributions on media matters, plus lengthy teachers' notes filled with good ideas. These notes make this volume even better value than before. The range of opinions expressed is as wide as one could wish for... Teachers will be able to explore linked areas in ways that take classroom debate far beyond normal limits. A laudable third volume.' The Times Educational Supplement 'The articles are photocopiable, attractively laid out and very easy to use. The language levels will stretch, but not defeat students at key stage four. Volume three is bigger, more carefully indexed, and tremendously useful. RE teachers who want the curriculum to enable pupils to bring the teaching of religions to bear on contemporary issues will find this a rich resource that will motivate and engage pupils. For those who teach key stage four RE with PSE, I think 'Essential Articles' is a suitable title.' RE Today 'Social Science teachers would find much of value here.' Social Science Teacher