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Things can come up, even though what you're doing tends to be very much more structured in some science lessons, there are issues that do intrude and if there's time we can discuss them [our emphasis]. (School C) In a focus-group interview with teachers in another school discussing where themes are taught, a science teacher said of the themes: Not in key stage three, sorry, because you've got the National Curriculum document which you've got to wade through in a pre-set School Knowledge and Social Education 37 time and I mean the Science department as a whole ± I know Rob is responsible for economic awareness ± we've done virtually nothing on that because if you're trying to get over a particular attainment target, and let's say you've allowed yourself one lesson or maybe two lessons to do that, then you want the essential thread to go through.

What message [our emphasis]. you're doing then is diluting the (School D) In yet another school the science teacher in the focus group interview stated about health education: It's not our job at all. We do do it, but we shouldn't have to. Parents should do it. Our main aim is to get them through the exam. Social niceties are not really our . . we're not nappy changers . . nannies. (School E) To some extent, then, the teacher who taught the lesson about tooth decay was the exception, at least in his stated commitment to teaching themes and his worry that the National Curriculum would squeeze them out.

It's not really doing English. (School A) Depends which subject you can't really concentrate on. (School A) We can chat in Art, he chats, he gets side-tracked very easily. (School B) We do a lot of talking in Graphics, in Graphics we just mess around and talk a lot. (School B) Unless you enjoy the lesson, you just sit there and talk. (School C) In CDT we make things but it could get boring so we talk ± not to do with the lesson. (School D) `Chat' is thus often associated with time out or off task.

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