TES website

The Times Educational Supplement is continuing its drive to modernise its website and get more teachers visiting.

I had a brief look at the forums, where there is a bit of Classics activity. Someone for instance is just starting to teach Ancient History for AS and wants general help. At the moment I’m trying to find resources, but the site is slow. …Ah, the answer to my search has come. There are no Classics resources.

Since there are already three sites acting as repositories for teachers to share their Classics resources – ArLT, OCR and the new Classics Library – perhaps we don’t need another. Teachers haven’t got unlimited time, and three places to check on regularly seems enough.

Update: Searching for ‘Latin’ turned up a powerpoint of clear pictures of Pompeii, and one of Roman food, together with links to other sites such as Pyrrha’s Pages.

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