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Tweens and Teens Flash Cards Bundle

Tweens and Teens Flash Cards Bundle

Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Baffled 2. Passionate 3. Ecstatic 4. Mad- Frantic 5. Splendid 6. Melancholic 7. Terrified 8. Astounded 9. Introverted 10. Apprehensive 11. Placid 12. Pensive 13. Flabbergasted 14. Sullen Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Perplexed 2. Piqued 3. Contented 4. Mad-Absurd 5. Grand 6. Distressed 7. Anxious 8. Stunned 9. Cautious 10. Tense 11. Quiet 12. Wistful 13. Startled 14. Cantankerous Keep Calm Strategies for Tweens and Teens Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc... These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions. It includes: Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescence Reasons why students are not calm Signs when students are not calm What we want our students to know Calming strategies include: 1. Talk it out 2. Draw 3. Paint 4. Write 5. Read 6. Exercise 7. Think of Positives 8. Listen to Music 9. Breathe 10. Walk 11. Meditate 12. Cook 13. Bake 14. Dance 15. Play sports 16.Play musical instruments 17. Hang out with friends 18. Watch your favourite television shows 19. Clean your room 20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors 21. Drink water 22. Count 1, 2, 3 23. Go to the beach 24. Gardening 25. Stargazing 26. Surfing 27. Swimming 28. Knitting 29. Riding a bike 30.Fishing 31. Pottery 32.Wood-work 33.Cross-stitching 34. Make a scrapbook 35. Tinkering with technology 36. Photography 37. Make a Video 38. Snorkeling 39. Visit a museum 40. Visit a library 41. Sewing 42. Play video games 43. Do yoga 44. Visit a zoo 45. Scuba diving 46. Go on a road trip 47. Visit an amusement park 48. Identify your feelings 49. Do pilates 50. Hiking
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GCSE Physics Structure Strips - Kinetic Theory and Density

GCSE Physics Structure Strips - Kinetic Theory and Density

As a teacher, one thing that I have always found is that students find extended answer questions either really easy or extremely difficult - there never seems to be a middle ground! To help, I have put some structure strips together for the GCSE physics course to support the students that really struggle with providing an extended answer. So far the feedback is that students love them as they really have helped these students become more independent in their study. There are 3 parts to this product: 1) The structure strips for 3 separate GCSE questions (one on density, one on changes of state and one on kinetic theory). These can be printed, cut and glued into students books (I have used pastel colours because of printing in black and white, but feel free to change this to liven it up!). 2) 2 copies of each of the questions with lines for students to write their answers on. Print these 2 to a page, and they can be glued next to the structure strips in an A4 book. 3) A WAGOLL (What A Good One Looks Like) with annotations to show students how they could further improve their answers if required. This can be used over a projector to show students, zooming in and moving around with a projector remote as a peer/self-assess exercise when marking answers. I have started putting this resource together for Atomic Structure and Radioactivity, and more will be in the pipework if people like them! Enjoy!
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Revision Planner Questionnaire

Revision Planner Questionnaire

Adapted from a questionnaire from Dr. P. Chen at Stanford University this aims to help pupils focus and plan their revision. In controlled tests this increased exam results by up to 9% I gave this 3 weeks before a large exam and the pupils said it helped them to prepare and focus on revision. No guarantees but even if it works for one pupil it's worth 10 minutes of class time Reviews and feedback are always appreciated https://qz.com/978273/a-stanford-professors-15-minute-study-hack-improves-test-grades-by-a-third-of-a-grade/ More resources available at my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1
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Draw a Tree / Journey of Life - Fun psychological tests!

Draw a Tree / Journey of Life - Fun psychological tests!

Two fun psychological tests that the students love! Journey in Life - Try to get your group as relaxed as possible and ask them to close their eyes and listen to you. Set the scene of a day in the country. They are just about to start out on a walk. Ask them to imagine each of the following in turn, and each time write down what they saw in their imagination. Tell them they should write down the first image that comes into their head – not think about it for too long. After they have written down each description you can interpret their images using the ideas below. DRAW A TREE - Give each student a blank piece of paper and ask them to draw a tree. Tell them they are not to ask any questions about how to draw it – it is up to them. Then take in all the drawings and display them on the floor or where they can all see them. You may be able to group them at this stage. The following are possible interpretations of their drawings – they could make up their own interpretations!
SteveNoyce1
Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards

Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards

The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Baffled 2. Passionate 3. Ecstatic 4. Mad- Frantic 5. Splendid 6. Melancholic 7. Terrified 8. Astounded 9. Introverted 10. Apprehensive 11. Placid 12. Pensive 13. Flabbergasted 14. Sullen Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Perplexed 2. Piqued 3. Contented 4. Mad-Absurd 5. Grand 6. Distressed 7. Anxious 8. Stunned 9. Cautious 10. Tense 11. Quiet 12. Wistful 13. Startled 14. Cantankerous
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Editable Student of the Month For Teens- Academics and Electives

Editable Student of the Month For Teens- Academics and Electives

Our teenagers should also be recognized for their efforts and hard work in academics and electives. By recognizing and affirming their talents and skills in the academics and electives aspect, it reinforces their interests, ignite a passion, and ultimately cultivate a possible future or career in that area. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in PNG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards 1. Picasso Award- Art 2. Steve Jobs Award- Technology 3. Shakespeare Award- Literature 4. Harper Lee Award- Writing 5. Al-Khwarizmi Award- Algebra 6. Euclid Award- Geometry 7. Hipparchus Award- Trigonometry 8. Gottfried Leibniz Award- Calculus 9. Karl Pearson Award- Statistics 10. Aristotle Award- Biology 11. Albert Einstein Award- Physics 12. Most Valuable Player Award- sports 13. Academy Award- Performing Arts 14. Grammy Award- Music 15. Erasthostenes Award- Geography 16. William Stubbs Award- History 17. Junior Masterchef Award- Home Economics 18. Linguist Award- Foreign languages 19. Great Builder Award- Wood work 20. Bulgati Veyron Award- Automotive 21. Luca Pacioli Award- Accounting 22. Adam Smith Award- Economics 23. Sigmund Freud Award- Psychology 24. Philip Kotler Award- Marketing 25. Federal Marshal Award- Law Enforcement
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ART. A Level Art Exam 2018. Component 2 NEA Support Resources.

ART. A Level Art Exam 2018. Component 2 NEA Support Resources.

This document provides 18 pages of support resources for students as they begin Component 2, the NEA element of the A level Art course. Suitable for use with all Art and Design titles whether you are using the AQA or EdExcel specification. Included in the document is the following. • Introduction • Student information • Week by week guide • Homework checklist • Support request sheet • The History of Art – Notable Periods, Styles and Artists • Component 2 Final Outcome Checklist • Art Analysis Prompt Sheet • AQA A level grade boundaries from 2017 • Securing Outstanding A level Performance in Art Please note that the actual exam questions are not reproduced here because this would contravene Ofqual exam regulations.
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