Shakespeare's language is the aspect of his work that most often fazes students: this great site (written for teachers but very accessible to students) lets you explore what many consider to be the most significant facet of Shakespeare's work. It offers tips on reading, soliloquy busters, thematic explorations and lots of other helpful information to help you cope with the Bard's language.
Delve into the history and civilisation of Japan through captioned slide shows and a series of questions. Learn about prehistoric Japan and the Familial Period, Aristocratic Japan, the rise of a warrior class and the emergence of a military-bureaucratic Japan before Westernisation.
Explore the mathematical and environmental aspects of population growth. How fast is the population growing? Has it always grown at this rate? Are the populations of different countries growing differently? How can we predict future populations?
Explore the answers to these and many other questions and issues through a range of activities. You can even ask an expert to assist you with the trickier questions.
Explore the science of baseball, hockey, skateboarding, surfing and cycling. View videos to see the effects of scientific principles.
Various ABC Science External website
Explore news articles, videos and images about recent science discoveries.
Physics Space.com External website
Investigate up-to-date information, video clips and images on the progress of space missions and explorations.
Health Education/Physical Education/LOTE BBC Learning: online courses External website
Choose from Information Technology, Environmental Studies, Science, History and Languages. Courses use multimedia and interactive activities.