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What can society learn about disability through the way it is portrayed in TV, films and plays? New Pop-Up Paper Projectsis an inspirational book for everyone who wants to learn and share the magic of pop-up paper engineering. Illustrated throughout with colour diagrams and photographs, this book guides you through basic techniques and foundation skills, offers advice on classroom planning and health and safety, and shows you how to ensure that learners of all ages can develop and progress their skills. Guiding you through 90o, 180oand 360oengineering, this book presents step-by-step instructions and ideas for over two hundred cross-curricular themes, from cityscapes to magical creatures. Aiming to challenge and inspire, Paul Johnson uses over 150 paper-engineering techniques, including: Storybooks Pop-ups without folds Zigzag pop-ups Pulleys, wheels and levers Asymmetrical pop-ups Intricate toy theatres Diagonal pop-ups with movables. Thisbook, brimming with pop-up techniques and how to teach them, is for everyone from the self-styled 'visually illiterate' to the art graduate, from parents keeping creativity alive at home to classroom teachers planning an engaging curriculum for their class of thirty plus pupils.