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KS3 Computing Cover Lesson - No prior knowledge required.

KS3 Computing Cover Lesson - No prior knowledge required.

This is a computing driverless car themed cover lesson with a workbook for students to complete. There is a comprehensive worksheet with many tasks to keep everyone busy. students will love to complete this cover lesson. It has royalty-free pictures present throughout the tasks and workbook. Hope you enjoy the tasks! All feedback gratefully received, thank you.
Leetax
Manufactured Boards

Manufactured Boards

A session on everything board like. A look into MDF, Ply, block board and the like as well as defects. Lots for learners to do and to keep them interested and involved.
Ga3hill
Picture activity cards - Learning Welsh bundle

Picture activity cards - Learning Welsh bundle

Match the word with the picture activity cards. Each theme has 10 pictures and words to match together. This can be a fun activity in class for learning Welsh in the class. Students will learn to over 10 themes.
Filemon1
Task- Nature and design

Task- Nature and design

I have uploaded this resource showing an example of the activity. All free, if I could ask you make a small donation to the Samaritans in return but not mandatory.Thanks https://www.samaritans.org/support-us/donate-online/make-single-donation or text BLANKET to 70020 to give a child a blanket this winter.
68mrbd
DT feedback/marking and assessment Stickers

DT feedback/marking and assessment Stickers

Extremely useful when you need to mark many D&T projects and books. These I have spaced perfectly to fit the "21-stickers-per-page". Print stick and go, it is a very good visual indicator of what pupils' have achieved. In addition to this you can use the colours to indicate the next step or level of achievement (|A a Rainbow, different flowers even medals). From red lowest (level 2) and purple Highest (Level 7-8). I am well aware that many schools do not use levels however you can use this and adapt it to your method of Assessment.
dejager9
2D and 3D drawings Assessment checklist

2D and 3D drawings Assessment checklist

OFSTED loves this! Essential, editable Teacher, Self, Peer and Group assessment checklist. An amazing visual promt inside books to tick off, assessments, in above mentioned areas as required by OFSTED.
dejager9
Design Technology Consumer Profile Cards

Design Technology Consumer Profile Cards

Here are consumer profile cards that you can use with your class to enhance and develop a client profile for their projects. Examples include a variety and broad range of people that can help studnets create creative and immaginative products for specific clients. Available in powerpoint and pdf therefore you can change and adapt to suit your needs.
Filemon1
Activity Cards - Plenary or Starter Tasks

Activity Cards - Plenary or Starter Tasks

Here are fun class plenary activities that you can use with your class. There are over 40 different tasks and activities that you studnets can have a go at. Used regularly in class these fun activities will keep your studnets engaged and motivated. These activities are in word format therefore you can adaptr and change to personalise to your class needs. This is a useful activity to be used as starter tasks or plenary tasks.
Filemon1
Textiles Fabrics Top That!

Textiles Fabrics Top That!

A great lesson starter/settler or revision aid. Learners to work in pairs and divide up the cards. Start with the top card and select a category stating the value shown on the card. The highest value wins and the player with the highest value takes the other players card. If the values are the same both cards are put into the centre and the winner of the next round wins those cards as well. Players continue until all cards have been collected by one player.
lsshales
Timber and Boards Top That!

Timber and Boards Top That!

A great lesson starter/settler or revision aid. Learners to work in pairs and divide up the cards. Start with the top card and select a category stating the value shown on the card. The highest value wins and the player with the highest value takes the other players card. If the values are the same both cards are put into the centre and the winner of the next round wins those cards as well. Players continue until all cards have been collected by one player.
lsshales