Food Tech: Utensils and Equipment Activities BUNDLE

Food Tech: Utensils and Equipment Activities BUNDLE

Enable your students to understand cooking utensils and equipment as well as their use. This bundle contains both my utensil and equipment workbook and the activity pack, as well as a pack of 32 special picture cards. Use the PowerPoint to introduce all the vocabulary, then move your students on to the workbook or the board game for consolidation. Other resources include cue cards of all utensils and equipment introduced in the PowerPoint, a list of vocabulary and a document with suggestions for use. The special picture cards feature 16 pairs of utensils and what they are used for. Use these with your students for revision, consolidation, fun, pairs, snap, matching… as with most games, the opportunities are endless. :) Please kindly respect that it took a while to write up the enclosed sheets. Fairness deal: I will keep my price low. In return, please be fair to me and do not pass this resource to colleagues unless you or your school have purchased the school licence for this resource too. Thank you. :) If you like this resource, please leave me a review. Follow me and see what else is new in my store at any time. Thank you. :) ©MosaiK
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Food Tech: Cooking utensils / equipment and their use - 32 picture cards for matching activities

Food Tech: Cooking utensils / equipment and their use - 32 picture cards for matching activities

Revision, consolidation, fun, pairs, snap, matching up… Use these cards to suit your students’ needs. The 32 picture cards show 16 kitchen utensils + 16 items with which to use the equipment. Your students will have fun using these first, then why not encourage them to make up further pairs, add word cards etc… the possibilities to exploit this resource are virtually endless :) If you like this resource, please leave me a review, follow me and check out my other resources. Look out for my bundles which will save you money for even more learning opportunities. Out of fairness to me and to reflect the time I spent designing these, please be sure to purchase a school license if you intend to use these as a whole school initiative. ©MosaiK
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WEBQUEST BERLIN

WEBQUEST BERLIN

Students will complete a general knowledge quiz prior to investigating Berlin. The idea behind the quiz is not to demonstrate a lack of student knowledge, but rather to show how varied the history of a particular monument, building or site can really be. The quiz in section 1 along with the questions in section 2 will help build a general overview of Berlin and aid them in their choice for their presentation. These sections will hopefully highlight curiosities rather than just the basic facts about the city, which may be helpful in the presentation phase. In the presentation phase students should be encouraged to present minimal written text on their slides. They are taking the role of a tour guide and should try to develop a presentation to reflect this. They should be reminded that the best tour guides weave a story rather than presenting just the basic facts. They should draw on sections 1 & 2 for ideas of the type of curiosities which might appeal to tourists. The strictness of the presentation guidelines can be decided by the individual teacher, taking into consideration the ability and knowledge of their students. Note though this is primarily designed for students who are older and have a good command of ‘English’ it can be modified for native speakers as well as those students who are learning about Germany and who are studying German. Student should be encouraged to cite sources and provide a bibliography.
markthomashardy
The Alhambra WebQuest

The Alhambra WebQuest

Students will complete a general knowledge quiz prior to investigating the Alhambra. The idea behind the quiz is not to demonstrate a lack of student knowledge, but rather to show how varied the history of a particular monument, building or site can really be. The quiz in section 1 along with the questions in section 2 will help build a general overview of the Alhambra and aid them in their choice for their presentation. These sections will hopefully highlight curiosities rather than just the basic facts about the Alhambra, which may be helpful in the presentation phase. In the presentation phase students should be encouraged to present minimal written text on their slides. They are taking the role of a tour guide and should try to develop a presentation to reflect this. They should be reminded that the best tour guides weave a story rather than presenting just the basic facts. They should draw on sections 1 & 2 for ideas of the type of curiosities which might appeal to tourists. The strictness of the presentation guidelines can be decided by the individual teacher, taking into consideration the ability and knowledge of their students. Note though this is primarily designed for students who are older and have a good command of ‘English’ it can be modified for native speakers as well as those students who are learning about Spain and who are studying Spanish. Student should be encouraged to cite sources and provide a bibliography. The video is for information only and does not form any direct content
markthomashardy
Shakespearean Insults

Shakespearean Insults

A small collection of great one-line Shakespearean insults and retorts for teachers to use in drama lessons, as a springboard for creative writing, or just for fun! Will work particularly well when included as part of a lesson on Shakespeare’s language or during play reading or script writing lessons. Perfect for Key Stage 2 and above.
AliJC
Food Tech: Hygiene and Safety - my 4 published resources + Bonus set of cue cards

Food Tech: Hygiene and Safety - my 4 published resources + Bonus set of cue cards

Perfect for introducing new concepts, for consolidation and for revision. The workbooks are suitable for cover work as well as for class work, self study or homework. The board game includes all pictures and concepts from the 2 work books. This game is self-explanatory though you would need to provide dice and counters. A PowerPoint Presentation is included with the board game as well. In order to upload this with the BONUS cards, I had to include 5 zip-files within one zip-file, so please be patient when opening. I hope you enjoy all the activities included in the end. Please respect the time it took me to create the included resources and do not share this with your colleagues unless you or your school have purchased the school licence too. Thank you. In return I always aim to keep my prices down. ©MosaiK
MosaiK
Year 3 Literacy Lesson Plans

Year 3 Literacy Lesson Plans

Over 20 curriculum focused literacy-technology lesson plans and resources. Integrate ICT with ease in your lessons by boosting teacher competence in ICT, making Curriculum connections, reflecting on your ICT teaching and learning, using successful ICT teaching strategies and effective classroom management strategies just to name a few. Over 100 pages.
ictesolutionsau
Scandinavia

Scandinavia

A lesson that can be used for a variety of different subjects, that aims to increase cultural awareness amongst students as well as helping their literacy. Can be tailored for any year group. Includes: a presentation to give to students on Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Whilst the teacher is presenting, students should complete a mini-fact file based on what’s being said. The information given is based on cuisine, public holidays and education. an article from The Guardian that has been cropped and edited so students read information on traveling through Scandinavia which raises their cultural awareness, and use it to create a leaflet. This boost students’ understanding of how pieces of prose are constructed.
SophieNimmo
Seasonal Write About The Picture Bundle {Editable}

Seasonal Write About The Picture Bundle {Editable}

This Write About The Picture Bundle has been created for emerging writers, with the goal of enabling students to achieve success with independent writing. Students have been provided with a word bank to help with spelling and encourage ideas for writing. To begin to extend sentences students have also been provided with colour words. They should first colour the picture with the ‘best’ colour, then use the finished coloured picture to enable them to begin to write longer sentences. This is the core of this resource. Teaching Points: • Students will need some prior knowledge of what it means to extend a sentence and the role that adjectives can play in this • Students should be encouraged to use as many colours as possible to colour their pictures I have added some extras to give students and teachers an element of choice: Differentiation: • Alternative handwriting lines • A second bordered page for students who wish to write at length • The photo section provides more difficult vocabulary and could lead more able writers towards a what happened next story writing style, should the teacher wish to lead them in this direction • An editable version of all content has been provided for the teacher to make vocabulary choices. Just type your chosen words in each box! These packs will work equally well as ‘grab and go’ resources or as small group activities where students are encouraged to verbalise their sentences first. CONTENT FOR EACH FILE: • Cover/Teacher Notes/Contents Table SECTION 1 • Colour the Pictures • Guided Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 2 • Photo Images • Guided Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 3 • Colour the Pictures • Alternative Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 4 • Photo Images • Alternative Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 5 Editable PDF: as above, but teacher can add own vocabulary {fillable boxes} • TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 519
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5 ESL Speaking Activities

5 ESL Speaking Activities

5 well prepared speaking activities to fill your ESL class with lots of speaking and some fun too. Bingo is of course a classic, designed to be a great mingle activity. May need to be adapted so its fit the location you are in. Name Five a warm up to get students to activate their English vocabulary at the beginning of class. I Predict gives students a practice in using the future tense. Taboo for some more speaking practice based on the classic parlour game.True or False is a class survey activity.
xiguaenglish
51 Quick ESL Riddles

51 Quick ESL Riddles

Fifty one quick riddles for ESL students designed to get them thinking in English. Personally I drip feed in one or two at the start of each class to get them thinking.
xiguaenglish
Indirect ESL Questions + Cluedo

Indirect ESL Questions + Cluedo

An introduction to how to ask indirect questions in English followed by the Cluedo game, which you can find uploaded separately in the store. This is everything students need to be able ask indirect esl questions.
xiguaenglish
Lost in the Jungle ESL Activity

Lost in the Jungle ESL Activity

A speaking activity designed to fill a 45 minute ESL class if used in the correct way. Students are ‘lost in the jungle’, and then must decide what items are essential in pairs. Then joining with another pair to narrow the list down until eventually the class has their five essential items. It should provide for a lively discussion. It is aimed at intermediate level students, but would work with higher level students too.
xiguaenglish
Fun ESL Games

Fun ESL Games

Two separate versions of the ‘fun time’ game for ESL students. Class is divided into two teams, and then they can pick from one of five topics Drawing, Acting, Taboo, Question and Who/What Am I. Students then choose from one of eight options for each topic and come to the front of the class to do whatever they chose. Drawing is like Pictionary, Acting is Charades, Taboo is a well known game, questions allow a chance to review some knowledge learnt in class and Who/What Am I works on students logical thinking.
xiguaenglish
12 Unusual Questions

12 Unusual Questions

A quick filler ppt to give your students something to talk about away from the more standard mundane questions found in most textbooks
xiguaenglish
English, literacy, verbs and adjectives, synonyms; cue cards: 196 adjectives and 130 verbs

English, literacy, verbs and adjectives, synonyms; cue cards: 196 adjectives and 130 verbs

Everything is nice or boring, everybody likes or says… If you get frustrated each time your students use the same words over and over again, then this pack is just what you need to help your students to diversify their vocabulary. This pack includes 196 cards with adjectives, e.g. 28 different ways of saying ‘great’ without repeating yourself… your students will soon start to assimilate these words which will come to them as they speak and write. There are also 130 cards with verbs, e.g. 20 ways to express ‘to like’, depending on the context. See the ‘Suggestions for use and differentiation’ document for tips on how to use this resource. You could also simply print and cut the cards to use as a wall display. Alternatively punch one corner and hang the cards together e.g. with a keyring, to give your students something to work with in class.
MosaiK
Mission  Impossible Fallout  2018 Movie Quiz / comprehension  worksheet with key

Mission Impossible Fallout 2018 Movie Quiz / comprehension worksheet with key

Test your knowledge of the Movie Mission Impossible Fallout 2018 quiz , Mission Impossible Fallout 2018 Movie comprehension Q worksheet with key -Tom Cruise’s Most awaited, thrilling and heart pumping movie of 2018. Total 25 MCQs / Q and A with the answer key. 2018 thriller where Ethan (Tom Cruise) and IMF team turn an impossible mission into possible in another Mission Impossible 6 series Mission Impossible Fallout 2018.
tacss
Number Match Cards 1-20 English Number Recognition and Counting Kindy Preschool Kids

Number Match Cards 1-20 English Number Recognition and Counting Kindy Preschool Kids

Product Description Bright and cute number matching cards for young people learning the English Language. Cards go from 1 - 20 and show a range of cute animals which kids can also learn the English word for. Includes the number, the number name, & animal names. 5 pages in total, 4 cards to a page. A great, fun resource which can be used over and over for learning numbers and animals in English. language resources, vocabulary, english vocabulary, english vocabulary activity, kids activity, kids vocabulary, learning english, english animal names, animals, preschool resources, preschool number, preschool animals, animal names, kids activity, kids animals, kids numbers, numbers, learning animals, toddler animals, toddler numbers, printable activity, printable, printables, matching activity, number matching, animal matching, educational, preschool
spannarosy
Around the World Summer Camp- DAY 1 (Geography, KS2 KS3, EFL)

Around the World Summer Camp- DAY 1 (Geography, KS2 KS3, EFL)

This was originally taught to Korean Middle School EFL students for a fun art and craft/cooking camp however it is written entirely in English. The aim of this summer camp is for the students to have fun and to learn about different countries and cultures around the world. Each day will focus on a different country and we will learn some facts, look at famous places, food and do an art and craft activity associated with the country. At the start of each day students will guess the country. When I reveal the flag they must copy it onto their ‘passport’ sheet. If students behave well or win a task they receive a sticker on their passport. The student with the most stickers at the end of the camp will win a prize. Day 1: Introduce the summer camp and different monuments and buildings around the world. Today focuses on lots of games and team building activities so that everyone gets to know each other.  Activity 1: Icebreaker Students are given a ‘passport worksheet where they write their name, age, favorite food, favorite place in Korea and three places they would like to visit in the future. They should complete this quite quickly 5-10 minutes. When everyone has finished I pass the ball and when they catch it the student must say something about themselves and introduce themselves to the rest of the class.  Team game (1): Guess where it is from Students look at the famous buildings/monuments from around the world. In teams they must guess which country they think it is from. The team with the most correct will win travel stickers in their passport.  Team game (2): Build a tower In teams students have 30minutes to build a monument/tower using only dried spaghetti, peppero sticks and marshmallows. They have to work together as a team and at the end they can win points based on how tall, how wide and how unique their building is. The winning team gains stickers for their passport.  Lunch Students are given cooked sausage, cucumbers, crackers and cube cheese. Individually on their plate they have to cut slices and try to build the tallest tower. The person with the tallest ‘tower’ wins a sticker for their passport. They can then eat these and the snacks from earlier for lunch.  Team game (3): Jenga race In teams students take it in turns to race forwards and take a block out of the jenga tower. They must then run back to their team and try to build another structure. The team with the tallest structure at the end (whose original building hasn’t fallen over!) are the winners and gain stickers for their passports.  Art and Crafts Using clay, students must make a small keyring or magnet in the shape of a famous building or monument from the lesson. Seoul Tower, Eiffel Tower, Pyramid, Big Ben etc.
lofford1
Interactive Role-play Story Lessons

Interactive Role-play Story Lessons

Treasure Hunt (tomb-raider-story) Aim: to develop student’s problem solving skills and introduce them to coded messages and keys In this role-play lesson, students will need to help Lara Croft and Indiana Jones in their search for a lost pirate treasure. They must solve riddles and decode messages in order to progress from clue to clue. Throughout the lesson students will have to make choices that affect what happens and their actions will be scored. Spy Lesson (Stopping a bomb threat) Aim: to develop student’s problem solving skills and get them to evaluate decisions in groups In this role-play lesson, students act as spies while searching for stolen radioactive material that will be used for a bomb. They must interview suspects, look for clues and decode messages in the search for their target. Throughout the lesson students will have to make choices that affect what happens and their actions will be scored.
Teacher-Charlie
IELTS Writing Task 2 Model Essays To Recent Test Questions

IELTS Writing Task 2 Model Essays To Recent Test Questions

This resource is for students and teachers of IELTS. The questions featured are those reported to have been used in recent IELTS tests. The document can be used as a stand alone resource for IELTS students to self study the model answers and read the teaching points built in, or teachers can create their own activities using the model essays. There is a list of suggested teaching activities inside the document and these should be tailored to the class level and preferences. There are many opportunities for teachers to create differentiation using the ideas listed inside the document. The objective of the document is to show students how to maximise their IELTS band score by writing IELTS essays that give the IELTS examiners exactly what they want to see in order to score highly in thE test. The material is developed following the same principles that are taught at http://ieltsfreeway.com which is a site that coaches students to score an IELTS band 7 or higher in IELTS primarily for international students university applications.
BigTj
Numbers and Charts

Numbers and Charts

ESL lessons to get students talking using numbers and charts. 1- Numbers - Aim: to practise using numbers and maths symbols with many pair discussion activities and games 2- Charts - Aim: students use pie charts, line graphs and Venn diagrams to talk about themselves with their partner
Teacher-Charlie
Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle 2017  Movie Quiz / Comprehension worksheet with key

Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle 2017 Movie Quiz / Comprehension worksheet with key

English film Jumanji 2 (2017) , Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle 2017 is an interesting and full of adventures movie of Dwayne Johnson (the Rock). The students love the movie - This comprehension containts 25 comprehension questions with key. The students first watch the film and do the worksheet later. Prepare the students for question beforehand, reading to them the questions so that they remain engaged.
tacss
Cockney Rhyming Slang

Cockney Rhyming Slang

Aim: to teach students about rhyming words while raising their awareness of the east London Cockney culture This fun lesson introduces 11 Cockney Rhyming Slang phrases in a game of Balderdash. Students guess the meaning of the phrases by brainstorming other words that rhyme, looking at the phrases in context and using picture clues.
Teacher-Charlie
40 page CCSS English Literature Comprehension Booklet on the King Arthur Legends

40 page CCSS English Literature Comprehension Booklet on the King Arthur Legends

40 page CCSS English Literature Comprehension Booklet on the King Arthur Legends. The questions primarily relate to Volume 1 of ‘Le Morte D’Arthur’ by Thomas Malory (available for free via Project Gutenberg), but also require students to carry out research and refer to other related texts such as Geoffrey’s ‘Historia’, and poetry by poets including Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Walter Scott and Chretien de Troyes. Arthurian inspired fine art is also explored. Comprehension questions have been prepared in accordance with the following Curriculum Standards: RI.4.8: Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text. SL.4.2: Paraphrase portions of a text read aloud, or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally. RL.4.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean). RL.9-10.6 Analyse a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected in a work of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide reading of world literature. RL.9-10.9 Analyse how an author draws on and transforms source material in a specific work (e.g., how Shakespeare treats a theme or topic from Ovid or the Bible or how a later author draws on a play by Shakespeare). W.4.7: Conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic. W.9-10.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective techniques, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
biggles1230
Storytelling and Writing Stations Centres Bundle

Storytelling and Writing Stations Centres Bundle

SAVE 20% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE! This Storytelling and Writing Centres Bundle will enable students to tell and write humorous, creative stories, either on their own, with a partner or small group. Deciding on what to write in a story is often the hardest part for young writers. This resource helps eliminate that problem for students. These fun and engaging prompts will have your students excited to spin/throw and write their own stories! The cards provide endless combinations of characters, settings, props and wow! words, to entertain, have fun and get creative! Students can use these storytelling and writing centres over and over throughout the entire year, as the possibilities are endless! CONTENT FOR EACH RESOURCE • Cover • Table of Contents • Teacher Notes/Instructions • Centre/Station Layout • Spinner • Cube • Character Cards x 6 • Settings Cards x 6 • Props Cards x 6 • Wow Words x 6 • Writing pages (various sizes) • Writing Help Mat • TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 128
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Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 4

Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 4

This storytelling and writing centre will enable students to tell and write humorous, creative stories, either on their own, with a partner or small group. Deciding on what to write in a story is often the hardest part for young writers. This resource helps eliminate that problem for students. These fun and engaging prompts will have your students excited to spin/throw and write their own stories! The cards provide endless combinations of characters, settings, props and wow! words, to entertain, have fun and get creative! Students can use this storytelling and writing centre over and over throughout the entire year, as the possibilities are endless! CONTENT • Cover • Table of Contents • Teacher Notes/Instructions • Centre Layout • Spinner • Cube • Character Cards x 6 • Settings Cards x 6 • Props Cards x 6 • Wow Words x 6 • Writing pages (various sizes) • Writing Help Mat • TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 32 Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 1 Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 2 Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 3
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The Handmaid's Tale: Chapter Six

The Handmaid's Tale: Chapter Six

Lesson for Chapter Six of The Handmaid’s Tale. Students will focus on A03, researching into Puritan society and making links with the novel. An exam style question is also included as homework or an extension.
xxnats1989xx
The Handmaid's Tale: Chapter Four and Five

The Handmaid's Tale: Chapter Four and Five

Lesson looking at Atwood’s use of religious allusions in The Handmaid’s Tale. Lesson includes: -series of questions for Chapter Four and Five -group task involving students researching into the biblical references used in the novel essay question
xxnats1989xx
The Handmaid's Tale: Chapter Two and Three

The Handmaid's Tale: Chapter Two and Three

Lesson exploring Chapter 2 and 3 of The Handmaid’s Tale. Students will analyse how symbolism is used by Atwood (clothing and flowers) to shape meaning. Questions are given for each chapter and task. Want to try before you buy? You can find a lesson for Chapter 1 of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ for FREE on my TES shop.
xxnats1989xx
Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 3

Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 3

This storytelling and writing centre will enable students to tell and write humorous, creative stories, either on their own, with a partner or small group. Deciding on what to write in a story is often the hardest part for young writers. This resource helps eliminate that problem for students. These fun and engaging prompts will have your students excited to spin/throw and write their own stories! The cards provide endless combinations of characters, settings, props and wow! words, to entertain, have fun and get creative! Students can use this storytelling and writing centre over and over throughout the entire year, as the possibilities are endless! CONTENT • Cover • Table of Contents • Teacher Notes/Instructions • Centre Layout • Spinner • Cube • Character Cards x 6 • Settings Cards x 6 • Props Cards x 6 • Wow Words x 6 • Writing pages (various sizes) • Writing Help Mat • TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 32 Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 1 Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 2 Storytelling and Writing Station Centre Spin-a-Story Set 4
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ESL Full Unit A2: How species impact on the environment

ESL Full Unit A2: How species impact on the environment

A full pack for a Unit on how animal species impact on the environment. Language: English (ESL) Level: A2 Age: 13 years old Approximately: 14 hours It includes resources I created which were based on 2 videos from Youtube and an article from The Guardian. -Teacher’s notes with ideas of activities -Activities: worksheets (+answers) and power point -Assessment Vocabulary list
nolwenn
Graffiti - Art or Eyesore?

Graffiti - Art or Eyesore?

A series of tasks, based on a selection of texts exploring whether Graffiti could be called ‘Art’ or ‘Eyesore’. All students that I have ever taught have really enjoyed taking part in this and the debates it brought. Please leave a review and feel free to browse my other resources - many of which are free as I know how hard teachers work for too little money! Many thanks
sarah_hewitt2018
ESL Picture Presentation Lesson (Preview)

ESL Picture Presentation Lesson (Preview)

This lesson aims to develop student public speaking skills, teamwork and fluency. Students must work together to create stories for each picture and tell them to the group. For 6 more unique variations of this lesson, please see “ESL Picture Presentation Lessons”.
Teacher-Charlie
ESL Picture Presentation Lessons

ESL Picture Presentation Lessons

These lessons aim to develop student public speaking skills, teamwork and fluency. Students must work together to create stories for each picture and tell them to the group. In this unit: 1- News Report - Students create a dialogue (reporter and witness Q&A) for a news story. 2- Colourised Pictures - Students tell the stories behind colourised historical photos. 3- Funny Animals - Students tell the stories behind funny pictures of animals. 4- Wild Animal Factfile - Students act as Wildlife TV Presenters and inform the audience about strange animals. 5- Freeze Frame - Students recreate a photo as a freeze frame. They are instructed by a team leader. 6- The Historian - Students tell the stories behind historical photos and answer questions about them. 7- Ghost Camera - Students tell ghost stories based on photos and are scored according to how scary their stories are. If you found this resource helpful, feel free to check out my facebook page for more useful links and resources. I hope you like it: www.facebook.com/tutorcharlie
Teacher-Charlie
Observation Sheet for Speech Skills - Template for Assessing Oral Presentation Techniques

Observation Sheet for Speech Skills - Template for Assessing Oral Presentation Techniques

This worksheet is a graphic organiser for students observing oral presentations. The idea is for them to be more intentional in their observations and to fill out remarks in each of 4 areas: Content Body Language Voice Preparation You can ask them to fill it out while watching a teacher-chosen example, then get them to fill it out while listening to a friend preparing their speech before the big day, or they could film themselves and fill it out as self-reflection in preparation for their assessment. Very handy! Check out my other resources! I have some excellent Essay Writing posters suitable for any secondary classroom that might suit you :) speech, speeches, oral presentation, oral presentation skills, speed preparation, making a speech, speech resources, oral presentation resources, speech template, speech observation
spannarosy
EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 2

EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 2

EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) directly addresses the unique academic needs facing students who arrive in the UK with little or no English. Beginning with first principles and slowly advancing to high order thinking skills, EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) ensures that the student will develop an effective understanding of English. The tremendous advantage of this resource is that the student will immediately become fully included in the learning process. At the end of each unit, the student can record the progress they have made by completing the user friendly self-assessment sheet. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) is a student-centred resource which enables the student to be actively engaged in developing skills that are required in an academic environment. The teacher can witness and monitor the steady progress the EAL student is making towards becoming an independent learner. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) allows the teacher the flexibility to select appropriate topics. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) can, also, be used as an excellent Induction programme. When it is necessary and appropriate to withdraw students from mainstream classes, this is a systematic self-contained resource that enhances language development and activates confidence in the student. EAL for Secondary Students Workbook 2 contains over 80 pages of excercises.
ahamid
EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 1

EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 1

EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 1) directly addresses the unique academic needs facing students who arrive in the UK with little or no English. Beginning with first principles EAL for Secondary Students ensures that the student will develop an effective understanding of English. The tremendous advantage of this resource is that the student will immediately become fully included in the learning process. At the end of each unit, the student can record the progress they have made by completing the user friendly self-assessment sheet. EAL for Secondary Students is a student-centred resource which enables the student to be actively engaged in developing skills that are required in an academic environment. The teacher can witness and monitor the steady progress the EAL student is making towards becoming an independent learner. EAL for Secondary Students allows the teacher the flexibility to select appropriate topics. EAL for Secondary Students can, also, be used as an excellent Induction programme. When it is necessary and appropriate to withdraw students from mainstream classes, this is a systematic self-contained resource that enhances language development and activates confidence in the student. EAL for Secondary Students Workbook 1 contains over 80 pages of exercises.
ahamid