Learning From the News - The Nobel Prize for Medicine

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Robert Edwards won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on October 4 2010. This classroom resource for Key Stage 3 English students uses this as a starting point to learn how to write a news story.

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Robert Edwards won the prize for his work on IVF, which has helped millions of couples have babies around the world.

Louise Brown was the first baby born via in vitro fertilisation (IVF) on July 25, 1978. Her birth was a ground-breaking moment that gave hope to millions of childless couples. She has stayed in contact with Robert all her life.

This secondary classroom resource is designed for English lessons. It can be used as part of the accompanying lesson plan, created for Teachers TV, which includes activities and extension tasks based on this topic.


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