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    I really don't understand why we don't do show and tell after primary school.

    We have a lot more vocabulary and we most likely would have a lot more options in terms of things to show to people. Everything has a story.
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    (Original post by AutisticMew)
    I really don't understand why we don't do show and tell after primary school.

    We have a lot more vocabulary and we most likely would have a lot more options in terms of things to show to people. Everything has a story.
    If my school was anything to go by, we wouldn't have time for such a thing. Not in form time (10 minutes) or in lesson time, where there are plans to get through x amount of the course by y amount of time and to sit exams, rather than something which might be nice (not so much for people who would not enjoy doing such a thing) but isn't particularly productive.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    If my school was anything to go by, we wouldn't have time for such a thing. Not in form time (10 minutes) or in lesson time, where there are plans to get through x amount of the course by y amount of time and to sit exams, rather than something which might be nice (not so much for people who would not enjoy doing such a thing) but isn't particularly productive.
    It could be done near the end of the school year...
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    (Original post by AutisticMew)
    I really don't understand why we don't do show and tell after primary school.

    We have a lot more vocabulary and we most likely would have a lot more options in terms of things to show to people. Everything has a story.
    If you want to show something to people then I'm sure you could find a way of making your voice heard
 
 
 
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