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Not another Geography and History Quiz Together!

Not another Geography and History Quiz Together!

This Bundle contains 4 quizzes for use by Geography and History Secondary School Teachers as an end of Term Activity’ as well as an additional general knowledge quiz. The 2 Geography and 2 History Quizzes and the general knowledge quiz, follow the same format. Each have 10 rounds of 10 questions and students play in teams, with one pupil recording the answers on a piece of paper. At the end of each round students swap papers and mark the answers, so that the teacher can keep a summary of the ongoing scores. By playing in teams it encourages students to listen to others, cooperate and support weaker students.
COOK94
What happened in Chernobyl - Reading Comprehension Text #GoogleExpeditions

What happened in Chernobyl - Reading Comprehension Text #GoogleExpeditions

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text gives an account of all the tragic events that took place during the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: True or False exercises, a definitions match exercise, a fill-in-the-gaps exercise, a fun crossword and engage in an in class discussion over nuclear energy, radiation and it’s effects on human health. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions NASA virtual reality trip! A full answer key is included.
MariaPht
Topical Science Update - April 2018

Topical Science Update - April 2018

April’s Topical Science Update Plastic Special Report An in depth look at the history of plastic, the issues surrounding plastic use and the possible solutions to the biggest environmental problem we have ever faced. Also featuring the Great Science Share for Schools https://www.greatscienceshare.org/schools-share-2018/ and the Topical Science Updates Survey http://bit.ly/TSUimpact
paultyler
BlindSq Event - Indoor Beacon Navigation Features and Settings

BlindSq Event - Indoor Beacon Navigation Features and Settings

Audience: BlindSquare Event and BlindSquare Enabled Event Attendees, Orientation and Mobility Specialists, Visually Impaired and Blind BlindSquare App Uers, and BPS Project Teams **Objective: **Introduction to the BlindSquare Event and BlindSquare Enabled Events. A reources answering common questions related to the BlindSq Event App purpose, App features, App settings, for accessing BlindSquare Enable Events. Questions & Answers What is a BlindSquare Event? What is a BlindSquare Enabled Event? What is the BlindSq Event App for? What Phones are compatible with BlindSquare? What do you install the BlindSquare Event App? What are the best settings to use on in the BlindSq Event App for indoor beacon navigation. How do I install the Beacon Monitor, a tool for beacon installers. How do I use the BlindSq Event?
YourTSVI
KS3 Science: Bloodhound SSC: States of Matter, the Materials making up a 1000mph car.

KS3 Science: Bloodhound SSC: States of Matter, the Materials making up a 1000mph car.

Updated and improved May 2018. A scaffolded worksheet linking the states of matter found in BLOODHOUND SSC, a 1,000mph jet and rocket car. Designed to inspire the ‘disinterested’ - this is a different approach, but includes all the relevant National Curriculum links. The BLOODHOUND Project is not only about building a car to go 1,000mph, but it is also a perfect vehicle for education of STEM subjects. Over the life of this project we’ve been able to inspire over 2 million young people! For more activities, videos, resources and information on workshops visit, www.BLOODHOUNDSSC.com, or follow us on twitter: @Bloodhound_EDU.
Bloodhound_EDU
Science trivia questions (with answers)

Science trivia questions (with answers)

This is a great resource for high school teachers which can be used as a fun activity for the ends of lessons, in homerooms for National Science Week or for transition / induction days. It includes a combination of multiple-choice questions, true/false questions and fact-based questions. This quiz contains questions about the branches of science, famous scientists & their inventions, modern technology, the periodic table, animals, biology, phobias, representations of science in popular culture and much much more. In the past I have run this like around-the-world or pac man
lrigb4
What is sustainability? Part 1 (a look at the fashion industry)

What is sustainability? Part 1 (a look at the fashion industry)

CONTENTS: _What is Sustainability? _ What are the key issues in our industry _ Some of the ways to solve _ Organisations and brands that are leading the way ACTIVITIES: _ working on solutions _ My commitments _ reviewing the UN goals _ Poster, Collage or Embroidery Manifesto - what will you do?
Fashionlecturer
E-Safety - understanding how encryption works

E-Safety - understanding how encryption works

I’ve created this resource for a group of learners with learning difficulties. Following a review where the language used was too complicated I’ve added a simplified version and the pub file (in comic sans), as well as two simple questionnaires… Staying safe online and how encryption works is hard to explain, so I’ve tried to demonstrate these in a simple and accessible way. The resource contains 7 pages, and it takes the learners through a short and simple journey in understanding how to keep away from fraudulent online content. The resource can be used as part of an E-Safety lesson or in an assembly.
julianuc
Social Media Curriculum - KS5

Social Media Curriculum - KS5

A bespoke curriculum for KS5 on the topic Social Media. The unit contains 4 lesson plans (each lesson available in 15 minute, 30 minute or 60 minute format). Each lesson begins with a short 3-5 minute film to engage in the topic and then explores a range of questions and discussion points, encouraging students to develop critical thinking and empathy skills. Lessons contain a range of multi-media resources to support learning ideas and contain clear instructions to guide through the lesson. Lessons have been designed to complement SMSC learning objectives and match core National Curriculum PSHE specifications in value-based learning. Focused on tolerance, respect and global citizenship, lessons allow students to explore their own opinions and values, make connections to those around them and practice listening and empathic engagement. QUESTIONS EXPLORED • How has social media changed the way we interact with each other? • Are we becoming more or less social as technology allows us to make friends all over the world? • Is technological connection allowing us to feel more connected? • What is the ‘filter bubble’ and how is it affecting our understanding of the world? • Are ‘fake news’ and algorithmic conditioning something that we can prevent? • Is social media a tool that we can learn to use rather than depend upon? AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Each lesson starts with a short film which serves as the platform for the lesson’s discussions, allowing students to engage firstly with the ideas raised in the film and then develop insight and engagement in the topic. Students will practise skills of critical thinking & questioning, deep listening and empathy building. Lessons will explore the pros and cons of global connectivity through social media, examining the human and environmental impact of this growing technology. Students will examine the changing nature of connection in a modern world, learning to question and engage in a range of connections that we are forming through our use of social media. Watch a short video introduction to the unit here:
ThoughtBox
Social Media Curriculum KS4

Social Media Curriculum KS4

A bespoke curriculum for KS4 on the topic Social Media. The unit contains 4 lesson plans (each lesson available in 15 minute, 30 minute or 60 minute format). Each lesson begins with a short 3-5 minute film to engage in the topic and then explores a range of questions and discussion points, encouraging students to develop critical thinking and empathy skills. Lessons contain a range of multi-media resources to support learning ideas and contain clear instructions to guide through the lesson. Lessons have been designed to complement SMSC learning objectives and match core National Curriculum PSHE specifications in value-based learning. Focused on tolerance, respect and global citizenship, lessons allow students to explore their own opinions and values, make connections to those around them and practice listening and empathic engagement. QUESTIONS EXPLORED • How has social media changed the way we interact with each other? • Are we becoming more or less social as technology allows us to make friends all over the world? • Is technological connection allowing us to feel more connected? • What is the ‘filter bubble’ and how is it affecting our understanding of the world? • Are ‘fake news’ and algorithmic conditioning something that we can prevent? • Is social media a tool that we can learn to use rather than depend upon? AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Each lesson starts with a short film which serves as the platform for the lesson’s discussions, allowing students to engage firstly with the ideas raised in the film and then develop insight and engagement in the topic. Students will practise skills of critical thinking & questioning, deep listening and empathy building. Lessons will explore the pros and cons of global connectivity through social media, examining the human and environmental impact of this growing technology. Students will examine the changing nature of connection in a modern world, learning to question and engage in a range of connections that we are forming through our use of social media. Watch a short video introduction to the unit here:
ThoughtBox
Technology in 2018- Picture Quiz Challenge

Technology in 2018- Picture Quiz Challenge

An engaging interactive power-point quiz which covers the various types of technology used in business today. Learners can work in groups to identify the types of technology in the picture clues. They will also face the challenge of explaining the advantages and disadvantages of using each type of technology. Can be used as an active learning task or for reinforcement of subject knowledge. Complements the new AQA GCSE in Business Studies- Influences on Business (technology); but can be used as part of any lesson related to technology.
abrooks
How High?

How High?

This is a space-based KS2, KS3, GCSE matchup activity. Pupils consider and then rank relative altitudes of Earth features, satellites (natural & artificial) & stars. Pupils will match up and order the images, numbers and written information about each object. A good real life ordering task or use as a prompt to introduce scale and scale models. Includes plenty of information to inspire as well as aspects to prompt questions and thinking skills. As well as math and space science, can also be used as a literacy resource. Tried and tested in the classroom with various groups and ages (Yr5, Yr7, Yr8, Yr9 PGCE students). This download includes pdf files as well as the original powerpoint and word documents for easy editing.
grahamcolman
Be smart with your smartphone. Say goodbye to phone bill shocks and credit calamities.

Be smart with your smartphone. Say goodbye to phone bill shocks and credit calamities.

Target audience: 8 - 11 year olds Give your students a lesson they asked for: on money and internet safety. Together with Childnet we asked students across the UK what they need help with and internet safety came up. We then wrote this fun and practical lesson plan that will show young people how it’s possible to spend money through a smartphone, how this can happen and what to watch out for to not end up with unexpected charges. From TV voting for their favourites and in-app purchases to mobile gaming and online ads, you will help your students learn how to think critically about money and internet safety. You will get: • a Teacher’s Pack that tells you all you need to know about the topic, step by step instructions for delivering the lesson and ideas for fun extra activities • a Powerpoint presentation for you to use, with plenty of examples of good or services that might cost real money, charged to their phone bill • a Students’ Pack with worksheets and information card, with a special extra: a Test an adult quiz and diploma. We are the Phone-paid Services Authority, the UK regulator for content, goods and services that get charged to a phone bill. We asked Childnet to help us create this lesson because they’ve been working for years with schools across the UK. Their resources have been used by thousands of teachers here on TES so you’re guaranteed an excellent lesson plan.
PhoneBrainCampaign
Energy Use at Home and at School

Energy Use at Home and at School

Students complete a classroom audit and explain how appliances are used in their homes and classroom each day. They will represent data with objects and drawings where one object or drawing represents one data value. Students will understand how people use science in their daily lives, including when caring for their environment and living things. Students wil be able to classify a range of everyday appliances in terms of their energy usage and record and tally items around the classroom and at home.
TheTeachersFriend
Kirchhoff's whispers (a circuit building game)

Kirchhoff's whispers (a circuit building game)

Put pupils into 6 groups at 6 stations round the room. Pupils are given a card with a circuit diagram on it, they must build the diagram and then flip over the card. At the next station, they have to draw the circuit diagram and then take apart the circuits. At the next station they have to build the circuit based on the diagram they see, then throw away the diagram. They game continues for as long as you want it to! This assesses and develops their circuit building and drawing skills. It also shows them why it's so important to draw circuit diagrams carefully. I've printed this double sided, then laminated so that they can draw the circuit on the back in whiteboard pen. Enjoy! Please review!
beccy597
The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution

A simple website research/inquiring challenge - students use the Ducksters website to help answer the questions. First I introduced the topic of the Industrial Revolution (Our unit of study is on Technology so I felt this is an era of history that needs to be taught as it changed our World). I had my class (Grade 3) do this using one Chrome book between 2 but it would work just as well as an individual research activity. The questions were written to not only improve reading skills, but also encourage some deeper thinking of the impact of this significant era in history.
BHOY01
Ditch the Dirt

Ditch the Dirt

Ditch the Dirt is an exciting NEW STEM challenge for pupils aged 8-14 years that is perfect for CREST awards. It enables pupils to investigate ways of making dirty water cleaner through sieving and filtering and can also be used to explore ways of making water safe to drink. Set in Turkana in Kenya where for two out of three people do not have access to clean drinking water, Ditch the Dirt offers a; • Real life global context to explore water quality, sieving and filtering investigations • Perfect challenge to deliver parts of the science, D&T and maths curricula • Great activity for a science or STEM club, transition or enrichment day Also supports teaching of the global goals or SDGs. Materials include teacher's notes pupil worksheets, PowerPoints, videos and more.
PracticalAction
English in Carpentry & Joinery - Spot the Mistakes

English in Carpentry & Joinery - Spot the Mistakes

I use this as a poster or print out activity in a carpentry and Joinery/ woodwork workshop. This really embeds spelling and grammar in practical sessions. Learners highlight the wrongly spelt words as well as learning key carpentry terms.
Ga3hill
Media Language Camera Technique Masterclass

Media Language Camera Technique Masterclass

Title of lesson: Camera Technique Masterclass Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER  I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To develop Camera Techniques The learning journey: Can I outline Camera Techniques? Can I apply Camera Techniques? Can I evaluate the use of Camera Techniques? The lesson covers: Camera Techniques, Long shot, Mid/Medium Shot, Close up Shot, Extreme close up, Camera Shots, Establishing shot, Medium Long Shot, Extreme Close up, Camera Angles, Eye level, Low Angle, High Angle, Overhead Shot, Worms eye view, Camera Movement, Pan, Track, Dolly, Zoom, Tilt, Point of view, Dolly in Zoom out, Canted angle, Conversation shots, Over the shoulder, Face to Face, Two shot, Over the head, Focus Techniques, Manual focus, Depth of field, Pull focus, Composition, Pyramid, Rule of Thirds, Golden Section, Symmetry, Leadlines, Headroom, Talkspace, Leadroom, Animation, Claymotion, Cut out, Framing. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 16 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
MediaShop
What Does an Engineer Do?

What Does an Engineer Do?

Instead of the age old joke, How many ( ) does it take to screw in a light bulb, ask your students, "How many engineers does it take to make your favorite toy?" Their answers will surprise you! This PowerPoint program shows your students that at least five, and probably more, engineers were involved in the making of a toy truck. The last slide offers students the opportunity to think about all the engineers who were involved in making their own favorite toy!
renee2181
Morse Code to English Codes Famous Quotes

Morse Code to English Codes Famous Quotes

These Morse Secret Codes are perfect to help students learn how to encrypt and decrypt Morse Code messages. They are great at engaging your students with problem solving and help support your stem teaching. Included in this resource are - Writing your name in Morse Code - Five secret messages - Answers have been included Please remember to follow me Enjoy
Kiwilander
Morse Code Poster

Morse Code Poster

This Morse Code Poster is perfect to put on your wall or print off for individual student activities It is perfect to help students encrypt and decrypt Morse code messages as well as understand Morse code. This poster comes in 4 different colors to suit any class or purpose. Please remember to follow me Enjoy
Kiwilander
The Ultimate Assembly Bundle

The Ultimate Assembly Bundle

This Bundle will provide all key assemblies a Head of Year/House may ever need to deliver. You may never have to plan an assembly again. This will save you 42% that if purchased seperately. The Bundle includes: - A New School Year/Term - British Values - Bullying - Choosing your Options - Coping with Exam Anxiety - Dealing with Stress - E Safety - End of Term Reflection - Exam expectations and revision techniques - Growth Mindset - Barriers to Learning - Learning Styles - Long Term memory - Mental Health - Motivation - Overcoming Challenges - Persistence - Good Behaviour - Importance of Sleep - Homework
sullfish
Entire 8 Lessons of Level 2 CIDA - Unit 1 - Developing Web Products

Entire 8 Lessons of Level 2 CIDA - Unit 1 - Developing Web Products

8 Lessons of CIDA Unit 1 -Developing Web Products Unit including detailed scheme of work, and mock exam plus all resources in each zipped lesson folder to teach pupils in a fun and interesting way from exam paper to full working website. This unit aims to give pupils the knowledge and skills you need to produce attention grabbing web products using web authoring software, multimedia assets and navigation features. Students will practice and demonstrate their ability to design, build and test a web product in a practical computer-based examination set by Pearson.
stevejohnson12
Informational Texts Vol 2 - Reading Comprehension Worksheets - Bundle (SAVE 80%)

Informational Texts Vol 2 - Reading Comprehension Worksheets - Bundle (SAVE 80%)

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore different concepts, influential people and historical events. After carefully reading each informational text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes.
MariaPht
Current Affairs Form Time Activity - YouTube Controversy

Current Affairs Form Time Activity - YouTube Controversy

An engaging current affairs activity with videos, questions and a debate. New topical activity uploaded weekly! Please email me at josephcauldwell@mosslands.wirral.sch.uk if you would like the weekly PPT sent directly to your inbox. Please leave a review if you find this useful!
joecauldwell