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You're queuing for essentials in the days after a disaster. An argument breaks out. Explore what might help calm things and what wouldn't.
Why might someone refuse to have their photograph taken? Discuss human responses to cameras, in familiar and unfamiliar settings.
A collection of topical activities exploring travel plans, health in crowds and security at the games.
An awkward confrontation is expected that could involve hurtful words or physical violence. If you can, you would like to cool the tension and reduce the aggression.
When a fire doesn't have enough oxygen, it doesn't burn completely and a poisonous gas is produced. Find out what students already know about this gas and how to reduce risks.
Explore the phenomenon with a wonderfully composed, non-militaristic photograph and a series of imaginative activities. Forces and motion, hard sums and terminal velocities covered.
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