The resources you need to create great curriculum-aligned lessons

Looking for fantastic curriculum-aligned resources that have been created by teachers and tested in classrooms? Then you’re in the right place! These great lesson plans, worksheets, activities, presentations and more will help you to create great lessons that will inspire your students, and save you some time and hard work. Why not take a look today?

F-3 resources

2-D shapes jigsaw

Two dimensional shapes jigsaw.
Can be used as a review at the end of a lesson.
Can be prepared by copying the answer sheet onto different coloured sheets of paper (enough for half your class) and laminating them. Cut out all the squares from each sheet and place into a small resealable plastic bag. You would then have a class activity for pairs of students that could be reused many times.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-15MG manipulates, classifies and draws two dimensional shapes, including equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles, and describes their properties
By Maths2Measure

Present Continuous - Sentence Editing Strips FREE

Present continuous - sentence editing strips.

What are Sentence Editing Strips?
These strips are easy to use with almost no prep! The idea is that students work on each strip on their own then pass it along to their partner. Just print, laminate for durability and cut up the strips. The strips are numbered (1-20) on each page for each theme (it's preferable you do each set separately. Instruct the students that they need to complete all strips (1-20). Write the answers on the board at the end of the activity.

What's included:
- 20 colored strips (present continuous)
- 20 B&W strips (present continuous)

For more ESL and pre-k to second grade classroom activity ideas visit my blogs - links found in my TES Shop.
By seaofknowledge

Telling Time Activity Freebie

About This Product: 3 large posters ready to print, laminate and use to learn about time. Use whiteboard markers to add the clock hands the time.
 
Year Level: 1 to 5

Resource Type: PDF

Size: 1.46Mb

Number of Pages: 3

Curriculum Links

Australian Curriculum Years 1 to 5

YEAR 1: Measurement and Geometry – Using units of measurement
Tell time to the half-hour (ACMMG020)

YEAR 2: Measurement and Geometry – Using units of measurement
Tell time to the quarter-hour, using the language of 'past' and 'to' (ACMMG039)

YEAR 3: Measurement and Geometry – Using units of measurement
Tell time to the minute and investigate the relationship between units of time (ACMMG062)

YEAR 4: Measurement and Geometry – Using units of measurement
Use ‘am’ and ‘pm’ notation and solve simple time problems (ACMMG086)

YEAR 5: Measurement and Geometry – Using units of measurement
Compare 12- and 24-hour time systems and convert between them (ACMMG110)

Common Core USA – GRADES 1 TO 3

GRADE 1: Tell and write time.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.B.3 Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

GRADE 2: Work with time and money.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.7 Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

GRADE 3: Solve problems involving measurement and estimation.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.MD.A.1

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ACARA does not endorse any product that uses the Australian Curriculum or make any representations as to the quality of such products. Any product that uses material published on this website should not be taken to be affiliated with ACARA or have the sponsorship or approval of ACARA. It is up to each person to make their own assessment of the product, taking into account matters including, but not limited to, the version number and the degree to which the materials align with the content descriptions (where relevant). Where there is a claim of alignment, it is important to check that the materials align with the content descriptions (endorsed by all education Ministers), not the elaborations (examples provided by ACARA).”
By TeachEzy

Alphabet Flip Cards

Initial Sounds Alphabet FREEBIE: Initial Sounds Alphabet Choose and Check Flip Cards FREEBIE by The Puzzle Tree

This pack contains 5 self-correcting flip cards (e, m, p, s, t) for teaching and revising initial sounds. Children use clothespins or paper clips to choose the letter which will complete the word given on the front of the card, then check their answer against the correct one given on the back.

Flip cards are great for practice in literacy centres and small groups, or for individual revision.

Initial Sounds Alphabet Choose and Check Flip Cards FREEBIE are quick and easy to prepare (instructions are included) and easy to use.

Also included is an alphabet poster which can be displayed in the classroom or distributed to students to be coloured (colour and black and white version included).

For more Alphabet Self-Checking Flip Cards see-
Initial Sounds Alphabet Choose and Check Flip Cards

I hope you and your students enjoy using these flip cards in your classroom to teach and revise initial sounds.
By ThePuzzleTree

Animal Classification Posters - Vertebrates

Set of five posters, each featuring an animal from one of the vertebrate classifications of mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird and fish. Each poster also lists three basic attributes of the group.
By Tim Tuck

Math Mystery - Case of The Super Bad Superhero (GRADE 1)

This math mystery, “Case of the Super Bad Superhero,” is a great way to add some excitement and fun to your math lessons! Students will be working through a variety of math questions to discover important clues. The clues will help them solve which superhero has gone bad!

In this Grade 1 version, the 5 clues cover the following skills:
- Clue 1: Counting (1-30)
- Clue 2: Adding Numbers (0-12)
- Clue 3: Subtracting Numbers (0-12)
- Clue 4: Ordering Numbers (1-25)
- Clue 5: Comparing Numbers (up to 30)

Pack also provides teacher instructions, the story, answer sheets, an elimination guide and printable awards.


MIX & MATCH ACROSS GRADE LEVELS TO DIFFERENTIATE/CUSTOMIZE
You can choose a grade level that suits your class best, and/or mix and match across the same clue numbers (except for the Grade 1 Version) to differentiate and customize the math mystery for your students. The Grade 1 version is simplified as a whole and cannot be mixed with the rest. (For example, swap clue 1 from the Grade 2 version to clue 1 from the Grade 3 version to make that part more challenging for some students.)
By JJResources

Australian Coin Spinners

This is a quick and easy game for children of many different year levels.

Simply print out spinners, cut, laminate and use!

Full instructions are included in pack.
By AlisonHislop

Autism Awareness Teaching Resource Pack

A collection of worksheets, posters and discussion activities about autism awareness and acceptance.

This Autism Awareness Teaching Resource pack includes:

* Title page / poster
* What is autism info page
* What is autism colouring / notes page
* Good friends use their … poster
* Good friends use their … worksheets
* What do friends do poster
* Good friends poster
* Good friend award
* Good listener award
* Respecting others award
* Autism awareness blue themed page border
* The world needs all kinds of minds – Temple Grandin quote poster
* 8 x autism situation discussion cards
* Friends and autism posters

There is 1 zip file for US spelling and 1 zip file for AUS/UK spelling.
By TeachStarter

Fantastic Five Pack Super Special Bundle Price

25% cheaper than buying each book individually

Five eBooks – Patterns for 58 felt sets, 63 Rhymes, Songs, Stories and games.

Classic Felt Board Songs
Discover the Weather
Apple Harvest
Celebrate Christmas: Counting to Five at Christmas Time
Celebrate Christmas: All Around the Christmas Tree
By FeltBoardMagic

Super Sight Words Bundle (Dolch) - PreK-Kindergarten

This Super Sight Words Bundle features the 52 Kindergarten Dolch Sight Words AND 40 PreK (Primer and Pre-Primer) Dolch Sight Words in engaging superhero themed printables to help your students gain sight word fluency! Use this as part of your Word Work Daily 5 activities or as an addition to your writing program. A great bonus – NO PREP! Just PRINT and GO!

It also features editable Pre-K and Kindergarden Sight Word Certificates in a Superhero theme. There are 17 certificates in a variety of styles. These are editable so you can type directly into them.

Lastly, this bundle features 17 Superhero Themed Classroom Celebration Certificates that are also EDITABLE!

These cover a range of curriculum areas, and once again, you can type directly into them.

Once purchased, if you need any headings changed, you can email me directly at topteachingtasks@gmail.com and I will do this for you.

Words included in this pack are: a, and, away, big, blue, can, come, down, find, for, funny, go, help, here, I, in, is, it, jump, little, look, make, me, my, not, one, play, red, run, said, see, the, three, to, two, up, we, where, yellow, you AND all, am, are, at, ate, be, black, brown, but, came, did, do, eat, four, get, good, have, he, into, like, must, new, no, now, on, our, out, please, pretty, ran, ride, saw, say, she, so, soon, that, there, they, this, too, under, want, was, well, went, what, white, who, will, with, yes.

Copyright ©Top Teaching Tasks. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
By topteachingtasks

AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS: INFORMATION REPORT

Use these flipbooks to scaffold the writing of Information Reports on Australian Animals. Students have a choice of 14 Australian Animals to research on. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook.

What’s Included:
*EDITABLE Flipbook templates (2-7), in blackline to print.
*Self-editing checklist
*Peer-editing checklist
*Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats
*24 Vocabulary Display Cards
*Writing sheets x 4 styles

PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK
COVER: 14 cover (not editable) options featuring Australian animals. Students can pick the cover depending on what Australian animal is under study.

The following Australian animals are featured:
Bandicoot, Black Swan, Cockatoo, Dingo, Echidna, Emu, Kangaroo, Kiwi, Koala, Kookaburra, Platypus, Possum, Tasmanian Devil, Wombat.

EDITABLE TEMPLATES (2-7)
The following seven sections of the Information Report flipbook are editable.

1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of Australian animal. Students may also write a brief description.

2. HABITAT x 2: location in Australia. A map of Australia is included to mark the location.

3. DIET: food the Australian animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration.

4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits.

5. BEHAVIOUR: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the Australian animal to survive in its environment.

6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other interesting facts about the Australian animal that would sum up the information report.

HOW TO ASSEMBLE:
You can choose either of the options.

1. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook.

2. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top.
** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific Australian animal to record information.

SUGGESTED USE:
Have students collect information in their flipbook on the Australian animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report.

** These Australian Animal flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.

PRINTER SETTINGS: file >print > scale to fit paper
By Laurane Rae

Phys Ed For Foundation Level

'Phys Ed For Foundation Level' is part of a Health And Physical Education Series which comprises ten books altogether. This book is targeted at students in their first few years of schooling.

'Phys Ed For Foundation Level' contains nearly 40 physical activities which are perfectly suited to foundation level children and which help students to develop and consolidate skills appropriate for their level of physical development. All activities are easy to set up and are inclusive. Instructions are accompanied with diagrams and a list of basic equipment needed.

This is a Photocopy Master ebook (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format.
Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.

Author: Lindsay Marsh
By edubooks

Primary resources

NUMBER FACTS SCREENER and STRATEGY OVERVIEW

I have updated this screener to give more detail. It is the first screener I use in intervention and can be administered to a whole class to give you some idea of ability groupings and who needs further screening.

I administer the addition grid one-on-one, targeting the strategies that have been identified. I use the addition grid and it is helpful to show students the facts they know and the ones they need to learn within a strategy. Sometimes they see the relationships themselves and I encourage them to identify the next group of facts to learn.

I find a lot of my intervention kids use their fingers for all addition and subtraction and this is where the problem must be addressed. If they are using their fingers and their answers are accurate I don't do anything. They have a successful strategy for those number facts. If they are using their fingers and their answers are wrong then you need to address this either by correcting the existing strategy or replacing it with a more efficient one. You may need to look at my Slam Dunk workbooks if this is the case because it will take some time to replace a habit that the student has probably been using for years. Combine the worksheets and hands-on activities with games for optimum concept development.

I teach the subtraction facts along with the addition facts to address the problem some students have with subtraction (as being harder than addition). Fact Families fit in here nicely.

The games are a must for intervention kids who just need the repetition to achieve mastery. The fun of playing a game means they come to the task with eager anticipation and this is the mindset you want for learning to occur. The repetition will lead to fluency. The more they play, the faster the progress they will make, so putting the games in a Maths Centre for daily practice is ideal. I also send them home for Family Fun Time when I can.
By learning-solutions

Les nombres de 0 a 10

A fun worksheet activity to teach numbers 0 to 10 and their spelling in French. This activity requires students to answer questions on a range of general knowledge topics using the French words for the numbers.
By gilberto

Aardvark Comprehension - with answers

a comprehension about Aardvarks, comes with answers.
By Aryan Owais

Solving problems with Australian Money

This is an overview plan for students solving problems with money. Includes the learning intentions, learning points, key knowledge and problem solving strategies that will assist students to solve a variety of problems including the types of problems found in the NAPLAN tests at Y3
By wilkieway

Doubles Plus One - Addition Game - Doubles +1 - Jump - a Math Game FREEBIE

Doubles Plus One Addition Game - JUMP is a printable addition game which teaches the Doubles Plus One Addition Facts. These number facts are essential for efficient mental computations. 'Doubles Plus One' makes the learning of these number facts fun

In my classrooms we do a lot of work on the need for efficiency in doing mental computations. We aim for, 'SEE IT, SAY IT' . This game offers heaps of opportunity
to discuss 'efficient' addition strategies. It also demonstrates how those who use efficient strategies will do better at the game.

Three Ways to Play:

1. Draw this grid outside on the concrete using chalk. Each square should be about 30cm by 30cm.

2. Draw the grid inside the classroom on the carpet with chalk. NB The students will love you but the cleaners might have to be reassure you will clean up the carpet hehehe

3 - Print out the game board and have the students place their fingers on the the little frog feet.

How to Play:

1. Two players stand with their feet in the large feet facing the addition game board.

2. A 'Caller' asks a question from one of the cards.

3. When a player has worked out the answer they must jump from their spot onto the correct answer. Do not move until you know the answer.

4. Players then rotate positions but the winner stays to compete with next player.

NB The object of this addition game is to have a bit of fun while you learn the addition facts. So practice your 'Doubles + One' number facts while you're waiting to play this addition game.

The game board and the game cards are all included in the download.

Extension Idea - Calculators make for extra fun when playing this game as most people can 'Beat the Calculator'!

Included in this Download:

1 Addition Doubles Plus One Board
14 Cards with the Addition Doubles Algorithms
1 PowerPoint file with the board and all the cards for easy discussion and game introduction.
1 Set of Game Rules
1 Set of Teaching Notes for Before, During & After the Game
By GoTeachThis

Data Handling - Favourite Fast Foods

Data Handling activity based on children's favourite fast foods.

* complete missing data on tally chart
* create bar chart from data
* answer questions

Aimed at Key Stage 2 children and the more able children in lower years.
By jamakex

Home Reader Group Recording Sheet

To record home reader levels in specific levelled groups.
By Razinarearz

Addition puzzle

A single sided worksheet with solutions. Students need to colour in all the correct answers in the grid and will be left with an image with its name.
A good resource for review of addition facts, especially with students that need more support.
Can be used at the end of a lesson or as a take home task.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA1-5NA uses a range of strategies and informal recording methods for addition and subtraction involving one- and two-digit numbers
By Maths2Measure

NAPLAN: Year 3 Prepositions of Direction

This resource focuses on teaching prepositions that are used to indicate direction. It includes an exercise with 20 sentences along with answers.
By MyResourcesGalore

Stick Puppets - CRAZY CREATURES / MONSTERS - 84 puppets in total!

Super-fun stick puppets! Simply laminate and attach a craft stick.

Great for oral language development, co-operative learning, topic based study, drama, performance skills, engaging reluctant learners, etc …

Can also be used as a writing prompt (eg script writing, narrative writing, descriptive writing …). Or use them as a tool in a creative art unit.

This set contains 84 puppets in total.

Your students will LOVE making up performances with these colourful stick puppets.

© Suzanne Welch, 2016

Visit my store for more stick puppets and other great classroom resources.

Your feedback is appreciated. Thank you.
By swelch_resources

Rounding and Estimation

SMART NOTEBOOK MUST BE INSTALLED TO USE THIS PRODUCT.

This Year 5 + 6 interactive Mathematics resource contains a 17 page SMART Notebook with a range of modelled, guided and independent activities designed to help students to practise the skill of rounding and estimation when solving addition and subtraction questions. This Notebook also provides opportunity to work with problem solving. Activities using drag and drop and the pen tool included.

A worksheets and teacher notes are also included to help you get the best use of the resource.

Thank you for purchasing a Learning Interactive product. We hope you enjoy it.

Terms of Use: This product is for individual use only. Purchasing and downloading this products entitles you to ONE single user license for use in your own classroom or on your personal computer. You are not permitted to share, transfer, reproduce or sublicense this product to any other party. To purchase multiple or school licenses, contact Learning Interactive to arrange - taryn@learninginteractive.com.au
By Learning Interactive TES Resources

Storm Boy Thinking Treks

This resource is ideal for use as part of a unit of study on Storm Boy, a novel by iconic Australian author, Colin Thiele. This set of 24 TASK CARDS is designed to provide opportunities for higher order thinking. The treks involve reading, discussion and problem solving and are ideal for collaborative learning.

The 24 fun and engaging Storm Boy thinking activities:
*are ideal for differentiation
*provide opportunities for students to make choices
*promote critical and creative thinking
*range of higher order thinking opportunities
*great extension for early finishers
*perfect for a thinking corner or learning center
*suited to individual or collaborative work
*color and black and white versions are provided

Also provided is a student Trek Tracker so students can self-monitor progress and two Thinking Trek signs for a learning station.
By TeachingTreks

Secondary resources

Atmospheric Pressure & Density Worksheet

Worksheet to help students grasp key points about density and atmospheric pressure for Earth & Space Science.
By ASnitch

Ions and Ionic Compounds [Puzzle Pieces]

Activity for for intermediate high school chemistry.

Ion shapes designed for cutting out and laminating. Shapes include name and symbol of each ion.

Students use the cut-out shapes to help them determine the correct chemical formula for the different ionic compounds they form.

Includes 59 of the most common monatomic and polyatomic ions.

Tip: Get student volunteers to do the cutting out for you ;-)

This resource is aligned to the Australian Year 9 Chemistry curriculum, but would be useful for other curriculums as well.

A full preview of this resource is available at (copy-paste link):
www.goodscienceworksheets.com/ions-and-ionic-compounds-puzzle-pieces.shtml

This resource is also part of the following discount bundle:
Ions and Ionic Compounds [Worksheet Bundle]
By GoodScienceWorksheets

Medieval/Black Death Vocabulary Board Game

Board game for revision or vocab reinforcement. Students play like Articulate!. Both word cards and instructions on board can be edited for own needs.

Files include board and 300 (student chosen) word cards for Medieval Europe and Black Death (Year 8 WA HaSS curriculum).
By mswebbau

Sedimentary rocks

This power point demonstrates the processes of sedimentary rocks form.
By wedge73

Music Scavenger Hunt

Use this fun resource to help students get to know each other, then share your answers and get to know your students!

Not an original idea
By Tayla Flynn

Standard Form word problems

Converting between standard form and ordinary form. Word problems involving simple calculations using standard form. Two pages (so you can print two to a page) with answers included.
By ElegantSloth

Ukraine Crisis - What Happened

A lesson plan plus 20 pages of worksheets about the reasons behind the current Ukraine crisis.

UPDATED *****July 18, 2014***** with worksheet on Malaysian Flight Disaster

The crisis is explained simply and in a straightforward manner, and some follow up activities are provided to help the lower secondary students understand why the world is watching this tension unfold.

Also includes blank flag and map templates of all the major players in the crisis.

Activities include:
- comprehension
- time zone understanding
- distance matrix
- map reading
- and more

Answer sheet included at end of booklet
By malcomb

How to write a biography for service personnel

This resource was developed for students to assist them in writing a biography of an Australian serviceman or woman. It includes things to consider that are specific to the lives of people who have served in conflict, as well as characteristics of generic biography writing.
This resource supports students in developing both their communication and historical inquiry skills, particularly with respect to the Australian Curriculum: History at Years 9 and 10 levels.
By rsl_vwm

Polynesian Bundle 1

A variety of activities relating to the Polynesian expansion including an introduction. geography & environment + Rapa Nui (Easter Island) Mystery Engaging, effective and varied learning activities with required resources. Covers syllabus aspects as below.
• The physical features of the ancient society and how they influenced the civilisation that developed there(ACDSEH006, ACDSEH005)
• Students:
• *describe the geographical setting and natural features of the ancient society
*explain how the geographical setting and natural features influenced the development of the ancient society
By gcmem

Practical Reports [BUNDLE]

Year 7 Science (Australian Curriculum)

Practical Reports [Bundle]

Save 30% off individual prices

Includes the following resources:
* Unit Outline
* Lesson Plan
* Presentation
* Worksheet
* Flashcards
* Topic Summary
* Study Checklist

Compare bundles:
http://www.goodscienceworksheets.com/PDFs/7au-intro-to-science-bundles.pdf
By GoodScienceWorksheets

Managing Performance Anxiety

Help your students understand Stage Fright/Performance Anxiety

**what it is,

**why it happens and

**strategies to control it!

This is a 26 page PDF file focusing on Performance Anxiety or Stage Fright


The file:

Describes the mental, behavioral and physiological symptoms of stage fright.

Discusses Fear versus Adrenalin and how performance adrenaline is a necessary and positive part of performance.

Gives TEN easy to implement tips/strategies for reducing stage fright.

There are also FOUR worksheets and ONE written response page for students to record their individual responses to stage fright!

If students understand stage fright they will be more able to control it!
By Kim Maloney

Pythagoras and Trigonometry Test Generator for Year 9

This resource has been created in Microsoft Excel and is designed to be used as a test or practice test for Pythagoras and Trigonometry. The final two questions provide extension using the sine and cosine rules. The user can select which pages to print. I created this resource because I love having students ask for practice questions, but hate writing new questions and their solutions.

This resource contains multiple choice questions and short answer questions as well as a solutions tab to each question for printing solutions.

All values, and most worded problems are randomly generated from the 'Variables' tab to produce a unique set of questions when F9 (Windows) or fn F9 (Mac) are pressed. Most multiple choice questions will have their answer order randomized. Solutions are generated to match.

Password for variables tab is: trigonometry
By robertkaitse

Senior secondary resources

TIGER LEAPING GORGE SOUTH WEST CHINA - PHYSICAL AND CULTURAL STUDY

This unit takes students into a wild and interesting corner of Yunnan. It can be used to enhance locational, Place and Physical Geography (Stage 3 UK) or Physical geography of rivers and valleys (Australian curriculum) Add to that the environmental debate over the proposed placement of a large dam that would have caused the displacement of nearly 100,000 people - mainly from a minority group- and the use of this unit is broadened. If that isn't enough to entice you to use it - add the story of a very athletic tiger that is said to have leaped across a gorge to escape pursuing hunters. This is a very wild environment and students can easily recognise the power of the water as it rushes through the narrow gorge. Join in the tour and take the carriage ride through part of the gorge. A final test page is provided in colour (for screen projection and discussion) and in black and white for hard copy provision. This is a very interesting area of China and will be followed in other units by excursions into the mountain and lake district.
By KPolkinghorne

Valency Table of Common Monatomic and Polyatomic Ions

Valency table of common monatomic and polyatomic ions.
By GoodScienceWorksheets

Creation Myths (HSC EES)

Teaching students how to 'compare' and the different tools they can use to do this. Teaching students how to answer the HSC verb.
By Crocy88

Japanese Comics - Reading manga

Have you ever used authentic manga in your Japanese class? Students are attracted to manga, which contain rich cultural information, but they may find the language levels too difficult. In this issue, we’d like to look at manga and show how they can be used as a teaching resource for your senior classes.
By TheJapanFoundation

How to: Finger Joint

A couple of hand outs that you give to students to help them in the workshop - manufacturing Finger Joints. I print these back to back on A3 and then laminate them. Students have them on the workbenches as immediate references promoting inquiry learning and self motivation - less reliance on the teacher having all the answers :)

If you download, please leave a review and let me know what you think. Cheers!
By EclaireBear

Coaching Cards

A few ideas to support an effective coaching session with teachers. Please use these cards for staff training, etc. but please acknowledge the source. Twitter: @TopTeaching
By EffectiveTeacher

Writing Guidelines

An outline showing the basic features of the text type, sentence starters etc. The idea is as a teacher reference and not necessarily to give to students - handy, quick reference.
By Smudge78

Theme Park Waterslide Loan - Spreadsheet

This spreadsheet activity requires students to consider the cost of building a waterslide in a theme park and the compare loans charging simple and compound interest. Students are also asked to consider whether it is likely that a waterslide would 'pay itself off' and if not, why a theme park would make this investment.
The fist three sheets are teacher samples of the work students will do. The last three sheets should be copied and shared to students.
The sheets are set up to create graphs based on cell formulae. Teachers could remove some of the preset actions within sheets to further differentiate this activity for student readiness.

(cover image Zotdragon at English Wikipedia [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC BY-SA 2.5-2.0-1.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5-2.0-1.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
By Dani Karis

HSC Music Aural Examination preparation and revision

A bundle to save you time! Each of the 6x lessons will provide students with music vocabulary and exam skills and techniques. Students can answer the exam style questions, improve writing techniques and listening. Excellent as a set of class activities if the teacher is unable to be with the class for a number of lessons. Use the NESA table provided to link with your PD folio!
By maxhupalo

VCE Mathematical Methods Unit 3 Functions and Graphs

Set of lesson plans (presentations) wit carefully selected examples , class activities, assessment, TI Nspire handouts.
By bgm2016

Solving problems

In this investigation we will look at how we can use algorithms to solve problems, including:
• problem solving methods: trial and error, analytical, reverse engineering, intuition, and evaluation
• the types of problems that are suitable for computer solution
• how an algorithm is different to heuristics
• properties of an algorithm: unambiguous, finite, and general
• using pseudocode to represent algorithms
• the elements of an algorithm: assignment, call, and skip
• debugging
• the types of error that can occur in a computer program: syntax, runtime, logic, and intent
• challenge questions
• pseudocode syntax.
This unit of work contains 4 classroom-tested activities to reinforce the concepts developed.
By kevin_b_savage

The Rise of the Ottoman Empire - Stage 4 History (Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World)

This lesson has been written as a resource for the BOSTES Stage 4 History sample unit of work 'The Ottoman Empire'. It engages students in researching and analysing the impact of the rise of the Ottoman Empire from its emergence in Anatolia to the Fall of Constantinople. It is provided in both pdf and editable docx formats.
By Steve Kelly

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