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Rossett Talks

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Start date: 24th Feb 2020

Time: 19:00 - 21:00

Cost: £40

Day: Monday

Duration: 6 weeks

Tutor: Andy Ison

Course code: 20SP160

24-Feb 7pm         Isandlwana - How the Zulus humbled the British Empire                                    Roger Brumby
02-Mar 7pm         A Sniff of Snuff                                                                                                     Jenny Stacey
02-Mar 8.05pm    Hogarth and the Roast Beef of Old England                                                        Brian Souter
09-Mar 7pm         From Prison to Palace/Notorious Criminals                                                         Veronica Bird
16-Mar 7pm         Let’s Talk about Rubbish - Moving Towards a Zero Waste Economy.                 AWRP Emilie Knight
23-Mar 7pm         The Joys and Challenges of Working in a Primary School.                                 Robert Mold
23-Mar 8.05pm    Which Way Does the Wind Blow ?: An introduction to Comparative Literature   Glen Hambrook
30-Mar 7pm         Countrylife. A Country Childhood in Word and Song.                                          Zeke Deighton

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Andy Ison

Andy Ison

I am a qualified secondary school teacher who specialises in History, Politics and Business Studies. I taught in the UK and overseas for 14 years, working as a Head of History at a school in the Midlands and as Vice-Principal of an international school in Germany. I have delivered lectures and taught a range of courses for Rossett Adult Learning since 2016 covering British and World History as well as politics and current affairs.

In my teaching I aim to be interesting, creative and challenging, looking to enthuse students and to encourage debate. I believe we all learn best when we are engaged with the subject, when we care and feel some passion for it, see its relevance to our own experiences and feel a connection with those who are or were involved. Stories, images, maps and debate all play key roles in these classes so that understanding is added to knowledge.

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