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For the past century, it has been usual to see the Frankish kingdom of Charlemagne as the dynamic and creative power which, in the late 8th and 9th centuries, reinvented and shaped the cultural map of Europe, establishing paradigms that determined architectural and artistic practice until the 12th century. However, this view overlooks the critical role played by the powers in Italy - the Lombard king and dukes and the Pope - who developed cultural strategies and ways of deploying the visual arts that would prove decisive for Charlemagne when he annexed the Lombard kingdom to his own realm. This well-illustrated book re-evaluates the cultural dynamics of Europe in the post-Roman period, setting Italy at the centre of the phenomenon of the visual promotion of state-formation. It identifies and analyses some of the most significant architectural, artistic and material outcomes of the complex movements of people, ideas and patterns between regions and places, across the Mediterranean to Byzantium and Islam, which were so striking a feature of the age.
The word 'revision' can strike fear into the heart of teachers and students alike The exam cycle in today's modern education system can feel relentless, resulting in students suffering from information overload and exam fatigue. But it doesn't have to be like this John Mitchell strongly believes that revision can be a opportunity to deepen students' understanding of a topic in an innovative, collaborative, and fun way - you just need to think outside the box
In this brilliant book, John Mitchell offers a diverse range of activities, games, tips and tricks that teachers can use in the classroom to help guide students through this stressful period. By combing theory with strategies tried and tested in the classroom, it will help teachers to create a culture where students are encouraged to review and reinforce their learning. This consistent approach means that revision becomes an everyday process rather that one that is just used in the run up to exams.
From adaptations of well-known games, such as Connect Four and Runaround, to brand new activities, there are ideas that are suitable for very learning style and subject. 100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Revision will help you to prepare students for exams effectively, alleviate stress, and reintroduce fun into your revision sessions.
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