P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:04/01  1/16            EMERGENCY SERVICE FOR RADIO CASSET D Schools or Colleges who have failed to record a particular School Radio broadcast may purchase cassettes of the programld for £5.00 from: BBC Clfrgency Cassette Service, Centre For Educational Technology, Civic Centre, Mold, Clwyd, CH7 1YA More school information follows
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:05/00  2           Further Information fchnical hitch recording School Radio programmes? Replacement cassettes E—8 be purchased via emergency cassettd service Missed ordering publications? Late orders while stocks last order forl2. Last minute queries via the Education Information Office 01-991M8031  Mor—
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:05/41  3/16           Further Information CONTACT NEg P2NGRAMMES The first programmes in a new three- year scheme for religious educationN This year the topics include Founders of the faiths and Sacred books. Future programmes will cover Festivals, Places of worship, Family life and Food. The broadcasts will build up into a multi-faith resource for primary RE teachersN Thurs 1020 from May 5 R4 VHF More
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:16/34  4/16           Further Information URDU: SPOKEN URDU NEg SE"HD" A course of twenty lively and entfrtaining 10 minute episodes, containing examples to develop the ability to understand and speak simple Urdu in everyday practical and social situations such as getting a meal, or family gatherings. Its modular structure allows entry at any pointN Night Time Broadcasting R4 VHF Mon 22 M Fri 26 February 0030 - 0110 School $flevision information next
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:07/00  5/16            MICRO MINDSTRDTCHERS: NEg SE HD USING THE COMPUTER Thd series consists of ten broadcasts, each of five minutes' duration, to stimqlate problem-solving using computers as tools The broadcasts are in pairsN The first one sets up the problem, the sfcond one shows a number of alternative stratfgies for solving the probledN Problems: Mon from 9 May 1145 BBC2 Progress Reports: Thurs from 12 May 1038 BBC2 Mor—
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:06/02  6/16            LOGO This series is useful to complete beginners in computer prograVlhng a3 well as to those with some prdvio0s experience of Logo. It helps newcomers to the topic (pupils and teachers) to gdt started and should inspire and extend the learndrs' own discoveries. Presented by a group of 10-11 year olds From February 16 Tufs 1118 rpt Fri 1118 BBC2 Mor—
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/10  7/16            Further Information INSET: SE HESFORTEACHERS From Jan 1988 there are to be weekly TV programmes for teachers. Thfse have bden designed with school-based INSET in lhnd M though the programmes will also be useful as a focus for LEA courses and in workshops for tdachers. The broadcasts are being specifically designed to encourage teachers to relate current curriculum issues to their own school situationsN Each unit of programmes will be accompanied by a folder of supporting print materials. More follows
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:19/06  8/16             Further Information INSET: SER D" FOR $DACHERS Weekly TV progralles for teachers. These have been designfd with school- based INSET in mind M though the programmes will also be useful as a focus for LEA courses and in workshops for teachersN Thf broadcasts are being qpecifically designed to encourage teachers to relate current curriculum issues to thfir own school situations. Each unit of programmes will be accompanied by a folder of supporting print materials. More follows
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:20/10  9/16            Further Information STARTING THIS +FEK ON CE RADIO AMERICAN AUTHORS 1. John Steinbeck (1902-1968) Steinbeck was a radical realist who made his best art out of Depression America in his book "The Grapes of grath"N During his early life he worked as a labourer and that experience shaped his sympathy for the American dispossessedN Sunday January 31 1600 R4 VHF Mord
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/00  10/16            Further Information OUT IN THE CNDMUNITY 6. Life Outside In the final programme Toni Arthur looks at thd employmdnt prospects of those mentally handicapped people who have bfen discharged from long-stay institutions and at the hflp long term futureL out in the community. Saturday February 6 1630 R4 VHF Mord
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:21/41  11/16            Further Information NEg THIS YEAR ON CE TELEVISION IN THE KNOg 4. Getting Organisfd "Did you sit down at the beginning of your study session and carefully plan evey detail of the task ahead# Did you make sure you had all the right tools in advance of the work session?" Sunday January 31 1813 BBC1 ion inform t More
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/10  12/16            Further Information STARTING THIS DDB RECOVERY 1. THE NEc TRADI$HON British companies that made it - their story of recovery from recesrhon. This week Wedgwood plc Sunday January 31 1025 BBC1 ion inforl t More
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/00  13/16             Further Information ESPANA VIVA ACHIEVEMENT $DST - WITH PRIZES For people following the series who would like to assess their progress at the end of the course, there is an achievement tdst this May. Applications should be made to local test centres by February 29. Addresses of centres are available from adult education institutes or by writhn', with an sad to: UCLES, 1 Hills  Cambridgd CB1 2EU Mor—
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/00  14/16             Further Information ESPANA VIVA Although continuing on Sunday Mornhngs BBC1, Sunday afternoons R4 VHF there is another chance to sfe thd TV sdries right from the start. Starting Tuesday January 19 at 1250 BBC2 For those who really want to makd progress, residential coursfs based on thd series are available in the UK and SpainN For a list of centres send an sae to: Residential Courses, BBC Televishon London S12 8QT More
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/11  11/16            Further Information MICRO FILE ANIMA HON SP BHAL On January 30 the world's top animators gather in Monte Carlo for a festival of images M ImaginaN Micro File previews some of the best computer animations with Oscar Grillo, a traditional animator and Chris Brisco a sculptor turned computdr animatorN Saturday January 30 1600 BBC2 OU information follows shortly
P286 CEEFAX 286 Wed 3 Feb 21:03/01  16/16             Further Inforl tion OPEN UNIVERSITY If you are willing to study at home in your spare time, the Open Univ—rshty provides a unique opportunity for you to continue your education and achieve a BA degreeN For a free copy of the "Guide for Applicants" fust send a postcard to: ASCO The Open University @O Box 48 Milton Keynes MK7 6AB For times of broadcasts 176/276 School information follows shortly