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The Royal Parks Apprentice

  • Externer LinkThe Royal Parks

    Once they were only there for the pleasure of the Royal family, but today everybody can go for a walk and enjoy the nature in one of the eight Royal Parks. On this website you can find all the information you need about the Royal Parks.

  • Externer LinkThe Royal Parks – Apprenticeship Programme

    For young people who like gardening and working outdoors, the Royal Parks’ apprenticeship programme might be the right choice of a career. There, they learn everything they need to know about the work in the parks and how to maintain them.

Routemaster

  • Externer LinkThe Routemaster

    The Routemaster bus is typical for England and a true icon of the British way of life. Wikipedia provides detailed information about the history of this special bus.

  • Externer LinkBBC – Article about the Routemaster

    This 2005 article from the BBC website describes what happened to the old Routemaster buses after they were taken out of use.

  • Externer LinkRoutemaster Association

    The Routemaster Association is a group of people who own a Routemaster or are very interested in these buses. They share their knowledge and experience with each other. On their website you can find information about the history of the Routemaster and some technical details.

  • Externer LinkTransport for London

    When does my bus leave? Which tube do I need to take to Oxford Street? Where can I still ride the old Routemaster? Transport for London has the answer to almost every question about travelling in London.

  • Externer LinkBBC – Article about the Routemaster Heritage Route

    Not all Routemasters are gone. There are still some routes in London where you can enjoy a tour with the old buses. However, the so-called Heritage Routes were criticised in the beginning. Read this 2005 BBC article to find out why.

  • Externer LinkLondon Transport Museum

    On the website of the London Transport Museum you can find out many interesting facts about the history of transport in this city – not only about the Routemaster, but also about earlier means of transport such as the horse-drawn tram or the steam locomotive.

Bike

  • Externer LinkSustrans – Bike It

    Sustrans is a sustainable transport charity that wants people to travel in a healthy and environmental friendly way. One of their projects is called Bike It. It wants children to use the bike for their way to school. Therefore the website makes a case for cycling.

Parkour

  • Externer LinkBBC – Article about the origin of Parkour

    This 2006 article from the BBC website explains the origin of Parkour and how it became popular. David Belle, 33, is widely credited with having founded the sport as a teenager in the Parisian suburb of Lisses. Belle and other "traceurs" explain why they consider Parkour as an art. The people who practise Parkour are called "Traceurs". There is also a little guide to Parkour moves.

  • Externer LinkBBC – Article about Parkour Life in Birmingham

    The author is photographer and practices Parkour in Birmingham. His 2004 article offers you information about people who experienced Parkour in Birmingham and it gives an insight into this sport. On this website you can also find pictures of Parkour.

Christin Grieser-Kindel, Roswitha Henseler, Stefan Möller, Method Guide- Methoden für einen kooperativen und individualisierenden Englischunterricht in den Klassen 5 – 12
Schöningh, Paderborn, 2009, 156 Seiten Lernen statt Unterrichten, Aufgabenorientierung, selbständiges und kooperatives Lernen sowie innere Differenzierung sind Merkmale der Methoden, die im "Method Guide" für den Englisch-Unterricht vorgestellt werden. Die Methoden gewährleisten im Wechsel von Einzel-, Partner- und Gruppenarbeit einen hohen Anteil echter Lernzeit und eine authentische Verwendung der Zielsprache. Sie werden nach einem einheitlichen Raster beschrieben und enthalten auch Language Support für die Beschreibung der Aufgaben und die Kommunikation der Schüler untereinander. ISBN: 978-3-14-041263-6
Christin Grieser-Kindel, Roswitha Henseler, Stefan Möller, Method Guide. Schüleraktivierende Methoden für den Englischunterricht in den Klassen 5 - 10
Schöningh, Paderborn, 2006, 200 Seiten Der "Method Guide" stellt 30 verschiedene Methoden vor, wie man im Englisch-Unterricht Schüler aktivieren kann. Ziel ist es, den Sprechanteil der Schülerinnen und Schüler möglichst hoch zu halten und den Unterricht abwechslungsreich zu gestalten. Alle Methoden wurden in der Praxis erprobt. Die Autorinnen und Autoren sind in der Schule und in der Lehrerausbildung tätig.