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World’s first Acoustic lesson to be streamed live to classrooms

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Source: TES

TES – the largest network of teachers in the world is partnering with The Royal Albert Hall in London to stream the first live acoustics lesson to classrooms around the world on Thursday October 11th.

According to the The Royal Albert Hall website, they are inviting Science Departments from schools around the world to tune in to the Royal Albert Hall Facebook page or the Royal Albert Hall blog to investigate the question: ‘What is sound?’ through a series of live demonstrations.
The live 15-minute broadcast, held in the Hall’s Elgar Room, will be led by BBC Television presenters Dallas Campbell and Dr Yan Wong and will see them demonstrate the properties of sound.
The broadcast has been developed to target Key Stage 4 pupils aged 14 and over, but all are welcome to tune in.
For more information or to register your interest in taking part follow this link

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