An in-depth analysis of the poem 'Alaska' by Simon Armitage worthy of an A* at GCSE.
In this hub I teach you how to paint a simple landscape in acrylics, using a recent painting as a guideline.
Since 1949 China’s population has experienced rapid growth. As a response to this rapid growth, the government introduced a series of extreme family planning programmes.
Some of the funniest nativity play anecdotes from over 100 years of primary school teaching experience.
Although one third of the world's trees still grow in the Brazilian rainforest, their numbers are being rapidly reduced due to deforestation.
London is undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan city in Europe. Some commentators go further and view London as the most multiracial city in the world. Here is the proof.
This hub will address to what extent the relative dominance of the plan in Eastern Europe and the market in Western Europe has affected the structure of urban areas in these two regions.
In this hub, I investigate the lives of women before, during and after the First World War.
Footballers are not brain surgeons and here's the proof. The wit and wisdom of some of the best players ever to kick a ball. To be honest, I had trouble keeping it down to 50 stupid quotes, but enjoy.
During the war, the Germans and Japanese ruled the countries they occupied harshly. Some opposed this by joining resistance groups but just as many helped the occupiers. What made people collaborate?
This article uses Nike as a case study of globalisation and looks at the social and economic impacts of industrial development by TNCs.
This article looks at why Japan's population is falling, the impacts this is having and what solutions there might be.