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Calculating with Money - Year 3

Calculating with Money - Year 3

In this lesson, learners will be able to add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. Contains 32 interactive pages
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Exit ticket / Summarization Tasks - Plenary Generator.

Exit ticket / Summarization Tasks - Plenary Generator.

Exit ticket / Summarization Tasks - Plenary Generator. WOW!! WORTH £50/ $100. THIS IS A MUST HAVE FOR ANY TEACHER - ANY SUBJECT, ANY AGE! To view a sample of this resource please follow this link: PowerPoint: <a href=“”>Plenary Generator Video</a> To view the booklet click <a href=“”>here.</a> This is a fully INTERACTIVE presentation with animation and MUSIC. The PPT consists of 70 Slides Use the Plenary Generator Wheel to select one of the 10 plenaries within this presentation. Press the ’Start’ Button to spin the wheel and the 'Stop’ button to select a number. Each plenary should last 10 minutes. Please note… Some of these plenaries require printouts-Supplied with this resource. It is suggested that copies are printed in bulk in preparation for use. List of plenary Activities: Tree Climb Activity Pass the Bomb Letter Investigator Beat the Clock – Balloon Timer Opinion Line Chatterbox /Cootie Catcher Memory Game We Say, You Play Reverse Cognition Emoji Graph Final Task: Exit Pass Feedback is most welcome. Please do not hesitate to contact us on Facebook @ <a href=“”>TeachElite</a> . Follow us on twitter @TeachEliteRE.
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EYFS Tracker

EYFS Tracker

A 40-60 month tracker and Characteristics of Effective Learning Tracker so that as a teacher you can target exactly where you need to collect evidence. For all EYFS teachers and support staff. Highlight statements when all children have completed and comment names next to each statement if a child still needs to complete it.
HenriettaCash
Early Years Literature

Early Years Literature

A range of early years articles and research focusing on pedagogy in early years within subjects. It includes some great case studies which can encourage your own personal development and subject knowledge. I've also included a power point I had to create for this module during my teacher training.
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Early Years Presentation

Early Years Presentation

A presentation I created about early years practice,focusing on dialogue and including an observational study. Great to help you understand early years pedagogy, key terms and inform your own research.
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Early Years Research

Early Years Research

A series of research articles all about pedagogy in the early years. Great to inform essays or your own development as a practitioner.
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World Book Day/Reading Assembly

World Book Day/Reading Assembly

Assembly for teachers/a class to introduce World book Week. It includes ideas such as a whole school competition and key stage reading groups. Great way to show staffs love of reading.
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Exploring Stereotyped Bodies - Addressing gender stereotypes from primary to adult age range

Exploring Stereotyped Bodies - Addressing gender stereotypes from primary to adult age range

This activity explores how gender stereotypes are created and maintained. It is suitable for primary to adults (Have trialled it with all) as differentiation is by outcome. The basic premise is to draw and write all the stereotypes of boys/men in one body and all the stereotypes of girls/women in another body. Then list where the messages come from about how the two bodies should be down the centre between the two bodies. Draw arrows to show the pressure on the bodies. around the outside of the bodies we also list the names or situations that can occur for bodies that do not follow the rules. The question is posed “what is the easiest thing for bodies to do- if to step outside their stereotyped body leads to abuse”. The answer is of course remain in our stereotyped bodies- reinforcing them for ourselves and everyone around us. Discussion then explores how we can create spaces for us all to challenge stereotypes and live free from the constraints of stereotypes.
SexEdUKation
Subject Self Assessment

Subject Self Assessment

A series of tables with learning intentions for core subjects with a thumb scale. Children colour in or circle the thumb which relfects how they think they did on the subject. Includes blanks tables for you to add lesson specific targets, great for lesson observations. With y2 and up I have used these as my success criteria,giving the children a blank table and they hand write the criteria from the board. At the end of the lesson the quickly self assess it.
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Flash cards: video explanation

Flash cards: video explanation

This video explains how to use Flashcards to help students with revision. The process of using both paper and electronic flashcards is explained, along with the benefits and learning outcomes.
OllyFurnival
Mind Map: video explanation

Mind Map: video explanation

This video explains how to use Mind Maps to help students revise for exams. Mind Maps were created by Tony Buzan. Click on the following link for his website
OllyFurnival
Card sort: video explanation

Card sort: video explanation

This video explains how to do a card sort activity in class. I describe the activity and the learning outcomes in the video. Give pupils a variety of different answers to a question, such as ‘Why did America experience a boom in the 1920’s?’ Each answer is on a separate card. Pupils, alone, in pairs or groups must rank the answers based on a chosen criteria—most money, most important to society, needs money the most. Follow up activities can include: • Pupils writing reasons for their views and feeding back as a class. • Creating an essay or speech based on the ideas. • Visiting other pupils work and trying to persuade them to change their order, which can lead to discussion. • Joining another group and agreeing on a top 3. • Swapping groups and justifying their ideas in front of the class. • Ranking the ideas from the viewpoint of someone else in society such as a businessman, a parent, a tourist, someone unemployed. • A class debate based on the ideas.
OllyFurnival