Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by WhatSharp?, Apr 23, 2004.
This is brilliant! (yummy too!)
What a fantastically ingenious idea!
Doesn't sound too yummy to me! Can you think of anything to make my history lessons a wee bit more exciting?
Hmm I might try that with my bottom set year 9 in music! Not sure the marshmallows would get anywhere near the microwave part though, just straight into their mouths!
How about re-enacting of the the demise of Joan of Arc on the playing field?
Re-enact famous battles with your class mates using rolled up newspaper (swords), & water bombs (canon's), or water pistols (for muskets, about as effective )
Does this help?
How much fun would that be? Do you think I should try it with my 3rd years in 5 mins when they come in? Do you think I'd still have a job at 3.45?
You have sets in music??? What bliss!!!
lol fantastic (i know im a pupil but i dont care! great idea!!!) although i wouldnt trust my science class (TOP SET science class!!) with a piece of paper as they almost burned the science block down on monday!
Ooops many apologies, I though you were on the recieving end
Of course the one I always enjoyed was "The Wound Man" whilst doing History of Medicine. We got to make a lifesized paper mache wound man complete with wounds!, kept us going for loads of lessons.
what a genius marshmellow filled idea that is. maybe i can talk our teacher into it....shouldnt be too hard, he's big kid himself!
I'll have to try that with next years students.
If I lived closer the the 24hr Tescos than I do, I would try it out!!
Ain't science brilliant
I saw this done for one of the Royal Institute Christmas Lectures a few years ago. (yes I know watching them is sad, but I'm an engineer and hence trained and licensed to be a BOC)
It was a really effective and simple way to demonstrate a bit of a mind blowing subject.
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