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Free Functional Skills Diagnostic Assessments For Maths And Eanglish E3-L2

Free Functional Skills Diagnostic Assessments For Maths And Eanglish E3-L2

Our free Diagnostic Assessment can help teachers and tutors decide which level of Functional Skills English and maths a learner should study. The Diagnostic Assessment City & Guilds Functional Skills in English and mathematics has been developed to help screen a learners existing skills, giving an indication of their ability in these areas from Entry Level 1 up to Level 2. **What Functional Skills are? ** Functional skills are practical skills in English, Mathematics and Information Communication Technology. They will help you gain the most out of work, education and everyday life. **What Functional English is and what it involves? ** Functional English aims to ensure that you are confident and capable when using the skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing, and you are able to communicate effectively, adapting to a range of audiences and contexts. This will include being able to explain information clearly and succinctly in speech and writing, expressing a point of view reasonably and persuasively, and using English to communicate effectively. In a practical context this means that in life and work you should be able to: read and understand information and instructions, and then use this understanding to act appropriately. This could apply to working out which train to catch to reach a specific destination, to organising a series of tasks in the workplace analyse how ideas and information are presented, and be able to evaluate their usefulness, for example solving a problem. make an oral presentation or report and contribute to discussions use speech to work collaboratively in teams to agree actions and conclusions. **What Functional Mathematics is and what it involves? Functional Mathematics aims to ensure that you have a sufficient understanding of a range of mathematical concepts and you know how and when to use them. In a practical context, this means learners will develop the confidence and capability to: solve problems process calculations interpret and explaining situations All within the following contexts: work and education, community, citizenship and environment, media and communication, and family, home and social issue. Follow the link http://https://functionalskillsmaths.school.invanto.com/ to access the answers and see more free resources you may find useful, please see the PNG file for instructions on how to download - Enjoy
joyce-b
Gap Analysis

Gap Analysis

This is a Gap Analysis Excel Spreadsheet that enables you to type in each student’s mark for each question in an assessment/review etc and it will automatically total and grade each student. There is also the capability of automatically producing written feedback to each student and identifies the gaps in their knowledge based on the outcome of their scores. You can change it very simply to fit whatever you need and is a quick and efficient way of identifying gaps and showing your gap analysis for every class you teach.
andymorrison25
The News Quiz MONTHLY March 2018 Form Tutor Time Topical Events Activity Settler Starter

The News Quiz MONTHLY March 2018 Form Tutor Time Topical Events Activity Settler Starter

15 topical questions of the month’s news, across the UK and the world From the weekly News Quiz to be used as a monthly summary or because there’s not time to do a quiz every week. Powerpoint so can be used on a standard whiteboard. Works well as a form group activity in form time. I give sweets/reward points to the winning group! Created 12 months of the year and uploaded to TES each month.
mikedean
The News Quiz MONTHLY February 2018 Form Tutor Time Topical Events Activity Settler Starter

The News Quiz MONTHLY February 2018 Form Tutor Time Topical Events Activity Settler Starter

15 topical questions of the month’s news, across the UK and the world From the weekly News Quiz to be used as a monthly summary or because there’s not time to do a quiz every week. Powerpoint so can be used on a standard whiteboard. Works well as a form group activity in form time. I give sweets/reward points to the winning group! (We’re not supposed to give out sweets so it’s a nice ‘naughty’ reward for knowing about the world this month!) Created 12 months of the year and uploaded to TES each month.
mikedean
Mail merge marking guide/instructions and template

Mail merge marking guide/instructions and template

Mail merge marking can drastically speed up your marking/feedback workload whilst remaining completely individualized. These resources include: A step-by-step guide on how to format and layout your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and feedback template on Microsoft Word for mail merge marking. A ready to use feedback template on Microsoft Word. A PowerPoint presentation explaining how to carry out mail-merge marking, which can be used in staff training.
davidpereira89
Sample Rubric - Years 9 & 10

Sample Rubric - Years 9 & 10

A rubric is a method for monitoring a student’s learning based on chosen criteria or guidelines. Rubrics are often provided to students before they commence an assessment task so they are able to think about the criteria that will be included in their assessment. The sample rubric for this unit of work is generic and is based on ‘A model of inquiry learning’ in which students will be collecting and using data. The criteria overlaps Science, English, Mathematics and Geography. Teachers are encouraged to modify this rubric to meet their specific assessment needs.
TheTeachersFriend
Sample Rubric - Years 7 & 8

Sample Rubric - Years 7 & 8

A rubric is a method for monitoring a student’s learning based on chosen criteria or guidelines. Rubrics are often provided to students before they commence an assessment task so they are able to think about the criteria that will be included in their assessment. The sample rubric for this unit of work is generic and is based on ‘A model of inquiry learning’ in which students will be collecting and using data. The criteria overlaps Science, English, Mathematics and Geography. Teachers are encouraged to modify this rubric to meet their specific assessment needs.
TheTeachersFriend
Sample Rubric - Years 5 & 6

Sample Rubric - Years 5 & 6

A rubric is a method for monitoring a student’s learning based on chosen criteria or guidelines. Rubrics are often provided to students before they commence an assessment task so they are able to think about the criteria that will be included in their assessment. The sample rubric for this unit of work is generic and is based on ‘A model of inquiry learning’ in which students will be collecting and using data. The criteria overlaps Science, English, Mathematics and Geography. Teachers are encouraged to modify this rubric to meet their specific assessment needs.
TheTeachersFriend
Sample Rubric - Years 3 & 4

Sample Rubric - Years 3 & 4

A rubric is a method for monitoring a student’s learning based on chosen criteria or guidelines. Rubrics are often provided to students before they commence an assessment task so they are able to think about the criteria that will be included in their assessment. The sample rubric for this unit of work is generic and is based on ‘A model of inquiry learning’ in which students will be collecting and using data. The criteria overlaps Science, English, Mathematics and Geography. Teachers are encouraged to modify this rubric to meet their specific assessment needs.
TheTeachersFriend
Sample Rubric - Years 1 & 2

Sample Rubric - Years 1 & 2

A rubric is a method for monitoring a student’s learning based on chosen criteria or guidelines. Rubrics are often provided to students before they commence an assessment task so they are able to think about the criteria that will be included in their assessment. The sample rubric for this unit of work is generic and is based on ‘A model of inquiry learning’ in which students will be collecting and using data. The criteria overlaps Science, English, Mathematics and Geography. Teachers are encouraged to modify this rubric to meet their specific assessment needs.
TheTeachersFriend
Peer Assessment Criteria Sheet

Peer Assessment Criteria Sheet

Peer assessment is a process where students can give valuable feedback based on a teacher’s benchmarks. This method of assessment can be employed to improve students’ understanding of content as well as their metacognitive skills. During presentations, students share their new understandings to their peers and receive personalised feedback based on criteria. This peer-assessment criteria sheet can be used to assess presentations on any topic. Print the template, or provide students with digital access, and they can complete the assessments and then return them to you.
TheTeachersFriend
Feedback Lesson Template

Feedback Lesson Template

Feedback template presentation. Insert a set of questions and answers for pupils to respond to. They can then give themselves feedback and respond to it appropriately using the sentence starters. WWW, EBI and student response.
jasper_1895palae
Whole Class Marking & Feedback Generator

Whole Class Marking & Feedback Generator

Dramatically reduce your marking time! Use this feedback generator to automatically assign comments, targets and questions to students. From my experience you can create personalised feedback sheets for a whole class in apporxiamtely 15minutes. If there are any issues, please let me know and I will be available to help you. Instructions have been added, even though it should be fairly self explanatory.
snuddin123
PE Reports - Bank of Comments

PE Reports - Bank of Comments

Save time writing PE reports with this bank of comments! 4 pages of comments under the following headings: HIGH ABILITY AVERAGE ABILITY LOWER ABILITY PDF and WORD formats attached.
Lresources4teachers
R066 Task 1 Part 1 AND Part 2 fully resourced. Cambridge National Enterpise & Marketing (J819)

R066 Task 1 Part 1 AND Part 2 fully resourced. Cambridge National Enterpise & Marketing (J819)

This set of resources is EVERYTHING you will need to teach and deliver R066 Task 1 Part 1 and 2. Included is: A Teacher PowerPoint for Task 1 Part 1 with theory notes, starter and research tasks A Teacher PowerPoint for Task 1 Part 2 with theory notes, starter and research tasks An 8 page student booklet for notes, research and task completion (before assessment). An easier version of the booklet to show some differentiation within your lessons. Student checklists for R066 Task 1 Part 1 and Part 2 within the booklet This set of lessons and resources is for those delivering the newly accredited Cambridge National in Enterprise and Marketing (J819). The lesson directly refers to R066, though the notes and theory students complete also addresses the R064 exam unit. All top quality stuff and follows the same format as my R065 lessons, so students will be familiar with this if you’ve bought and made use of those too. All images used are Copyright free. Brand names are the property of their respective owners, NO logos have been used within this resource and all text is my own. Enjoy. **Important … these lessons are for teaching the theory and then task setting for R066. When set, task outlines come DIRECTLY from the OCR assignment, without adaptation. It is not permitted for teachers to give too much guidance to students. These lessons DO NOT include writing frames, additional guidance or additional support. This is expressly stipulated in the specification and followed to the letter by these resources. They are, however, IMMENSELY useful for the delivery of both units and require you to PLAN NOTHING!!
brad-ashley
Keyword Link Map

Keyword Link Map

Adapted from the key word hexagon worksheet, a different worksheet to get your students to make links between key words in your subjects.
Rtattersall
Feedback Goal Setting Sheet

Feedback Goal Setting Sheet

A worksheet that is helpful for students in identifying their strengths and areas for improvement in a unit of work. After reading teacher feedback and analysing their performance, students should be able to set goals for future improvement. This can work for students of all year levels from upper primary to upper secondary in any subject/curriculum area.
kjackson107
GCSE Citizenship (9-1)  - World Trade Organisation and Council of Europe

GCSE Citizenship (9-1) - World Trade Organisation and Council of Europe

**World Trade Organisation and Council of Europe ** Citizenship GCSE (9-1) 2016 onwards 10 PAGE study work booklet of classroom-ready activities will enthuse and engage students, and ensuring they get the most from their course. This booklet has been created by a dedicated team of Citizenship experts and is matched against the new curriculum specifications set by the exam board. It can be used to teach the topic of World Trade Organisation and Council of Europe , through a range of stimulating exercises, encouraging discussion and liven up lessons through structured engagement between students. This Booklet Contains: o Revision Summary Topic Map o Contemporary case studies around this topic o A clear focus on key terms and literacy based activities o Differentiated Exam Questions and Practice o 10 pages of ready-to-use student worksheets designed to be written on o A wide range of activities, to suit all types of learners. o Minimal preparation required – Just print and go! o Discussion activities included in with every case study, challenging your most able students o Links to online digital and flipped learning activities Can be used for a whole lesson or two on World Trade Organisation and Council of Europe, or as a recap/revision tool on key issues. They can also be used to encourage a flipped learning environment. Fully matched to cover all specification content for GCSE Citizenship. The learning objectives for this work booklet are: o To study the purpose of international organisations and why they were established o To understand the role the UK plays as a part of these organisations o To evaluate the effectiveness of these organisations This resource will engage, educate and motivate your students – fantastic for quick and easy planning! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
thecre8tiveresources
AFL Kit

AFL Kit

The ULTIMATE Lesson afl kit for your class. If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE.<br /> <br /> We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> click the’Follow this Author button’ . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. <br /> <br /> You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE<br /> and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
TeachElite
Plenary Tasks

Plenary Tasks

Here is a set of five plenary tasks ready to print and go! These always go down a treat!
ZestTutoring
Science Report Comments

Science Report Comments

264 different science comments for your reports. Create your report comments quickly this year by choosing the right comment to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for a whole class of 30 children. Written for the whole of KS2 no specific comments about curriculum content only learning aptitudes and general areas covered. A summary of content is also provided to remind you of the topics covered in science by your year group to further personalise the reports. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Differentiated 13 sections 6 comments in each, different for 3 ability groups. Also 30 next steps included, differentiated into 3 ability groups. Total of 264 different comments. High Quality Use these high quality comments, covering: Attitude General Knowledge Speaking and Listening Learning New Concepts Group Work Equipment Observations and Experiments Predictions Fair Tests Measuring, Data and Recording Findings Conclusions Written Work Asking Questions Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace, to insert names. Also… You might be interested in these other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320+ English Report Comments 280+ Maths Report Comments Report Comments MEGA BUNDLE Why not visit My Shop for more useful primary resources.
Teachallenjoy
Revision Tips Workshop

Revision Tips Workshop

Great revision tips workshop to do with your Year 11’s explaining effective techniques on revision and managing workload.
ZestTutoring
Year 6 Writing Evidence - Scheme of Learning

Year 6 Writing Evidence - Scheme of Learning

This writing bundle is designed to support children in demonstrating the skills required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017. It currently includes 2 short units of writing (Narrative and a Balanced Argument) is assumed at this point in the year that the children have been taught the skills required, but revision opportunities are offered in the scheme. The units do not need to be taught as a series or in a particular order and can be viewed as single tasks. Equally, lessons can be spread over more than one day to support the children. All example texts have been written to demonstrate the skills and grammar required by the Interim Assessment Framework. This bundle has been designed to help collect further evidence to support year 6 teacher judgments against age related standards. It also includes a heavily structured editing lesson that explicitly teaches the children how to edit and improve their own writing.
TeachersBreakTime
Year 6 Writing Evidence - Balanced Argument

Year 6 Writing Evidence - Balanced Argument

This short non-fiction writing unit is based on the extracts from the Roald Dahl book ‘Boy’ and a real life prospectus from a boarding school. Children are asked to create a balanced argument to answer the question, ‘Should children be sent to boarding school’. This resources contains a 33 slide presentation, support materials and activities for year 6 teachers to collect further writing evidence to support age related judgments. The writing unit is designed to support children in demonstrating the skills required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017 - 2018. It is assumed at this point in the year that the children have been taught the skills required, but revision opportunities are offered in the scheme. The lessons do not need to be taught as a series and can be viewed as single tasks. Equally, lessons can be spread over more than one day to support the children. This resource also includes a structured editing lesson split into two sections. proof-reading and composition. All example texts have been written to demonstrate the skills and grammar required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017-2018.
TeachersBreakTime
Spellings - markbook to automate weekly lists

Spellings - markbook to automate weekly lists

MUST HAVE MARKBOOK. HUGE TIME SAVER! No more hand-writing out different spelling lists for each pupil. This markbook will automatically generate weekly lists of words to learn for spelling, based on the words pupils have already got correct. The words are drawn from a list of up to 1,000 teacher choosen words (an example list has been included). On a half-termly basis, a list of all the words learnt successfully by each pupil can be printed off for an end of term spelling test unique to each pupil (pupil reads out words to pupil). Once correct these words will not be repeated. Supports up to 36 pupils (in case of in-year transfer), 1,000 words (customisable). Only basic Excel ability needed.
edvanhoek
Report comments, School Report Writer format (1000s!)

Report comments, School Report Writer format (1000s!)

Report comments: Primary, Secondary, Middle Years, Art, Music, PE, Maths, English, Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, ICT, Geography, General comments, Dance, Graphics, Design, Woodwork, History, Humanities, Creative Writing, House Reports, Psychology, Sociology, Reading, Writing, Citizenship, Preschool, Adult literacy & more. All comments are in School Report Writer format. Enjoy!
playingmytune
Single Central Register master copy

Single Central Register master copy

SCR clumsy or clunky? Not able to edit it or just view teachers? This is completely editable Paginated so headers and names ALWAYS appear on every page 6 sides of A4 will show all details for approx 30 staff Every possible category of safeguarding included Every column has a filter button to make it easy to search for gaps or problems
markmccadden
Interactive and Digital Mark Book - replace paper mark books at the back of planners

Interactive and Digital Mark Book - replace paper mark books at the back of planners

The ‘i-Mark Book’ is designed to replace the paper mark books at the back of teacher’s planners. This Excel Spreadsheet allows you to input the names, details and information of your students alongside up to 6 assessments per Year. You can then use the built-in tools to compare target grades to results, explore the success of significant groups and examine flight paths to influence your future lesson planning. The information displayed allows you to quickly and effectively summarise student’s achievement and progression which in turn can be used to decide on current academic progress of individual students. You can see which students are under-performing and detail this against specific classes, teachers or learning topics. You can quickly access who has under-performed and who still owes you assesssments. This information can be an ideal discussion point for line management meetings and can be used as evidence of student tracking as well as being a solid record of student’s achievements. The i-Mark Book also helps to discuss achievement at parents evenings. The i-Mark Book is designed to track one cohort and their progression through either one academic year, the entire of KS4 or through Sixth Form, but not different classes from multiple Year Groups. You can track the performance of up to 10 classes (up to 250 students). You may decide to setup one copy of this tool for each class, or it may be preferable to setup one copy for an entire Year Group. Once purchased you can distribute to all department and all members of staff for the whole school to use. This sale comes with a unique version for KS4, Sixth Form and for a single year group (for use with Year 7 and 8).
harmar85
3 Top tips for: Effective Collaborative Learning

3 Top tips for: Effective Collaborative Learning

For new teachers looking for ideas on how to promote collaborative learning in their classroom. 3 tops tips to spark some ideas and getting students thinking. Tip 1 - Ideas to promote Collaborative Learning: Jigsaw Tip 2 - Group Generator and Creating Roles for Collaborative Learning Tip 3 -Questions to Focus, stretch and challenge during group work
monroe84