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Primary PE Assessment Pack

Primary PE Assessment Pack

This pack extensively covers everything you need to assess attainment and track progress in Primary PE. If you are a PE Coordinator in your school then this is perfect for you.
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Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Comment bank for writing EY & KS PE reports. Comments include: Intro/ Summary Effort Motor Skills Fitness Physical Health Sport specific Sports teams Working with others Settle into school To use- please copy and paste into SchoolReportWriter: https://schoolreportwriter.com/school-report-comments-bank-sharing.php Example: Pupil A is a friendly and enthusiastic member of the class who has shown great improvement in his confidence levels this year. He has worked well during practical lessons and has shown skill progression in all areas. Pupil A has excelled in cricket. It would be great to see him continue this outside of school. He has continued to play for the school sports teams and shown pride in representing the school. Pupil A has been a pleasure to teach so far this year and with continuation of his positive attitude and work ethic he should excel.
davidfootywizard27
KS4 GCSE Dance Component 2 Revision Bundle

KS4 GCSE Dance Component 2 Revision Bundle

This Bundle is for teachers of GCSE dance, delivering revision session in preparation for the written exam (component 2). The bundle contains: Dance appreciation walking talking mock (3 lessons/3 hours) Component 2 performance skills (2 lessons/2 hours) Component 2 choreography (1 lesson/1 hour) Component 2 – Section C (1 lesson/1 hour) Component 2 – Section C: Choreographic Devices and Intent within the Anthology (1 lesson/1 hour) Please see each individual resource for more information. Enjoy!
samjball
KS4 GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Choreographic Devices and Intent within the Anthology

KS4 GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Choreographic Devices and Intent within the Anthology

This resource has been designed for teachers of GCSE dance revising choreographic devices and choreographic intent within the anthology, in preparation for the written exam. This lesson has been created to provide a way for dance students to revise in a fun and interactive way. Prior to the lesson, decide how you are going to divide your class into 6 groups (ideally a mixture of high and low ability in each group). After the starter activity on the PowerPoint sit pupils in their groups and give them the QR code for their anthology set work for them to watch (on their phones or on iPads) and write notes about the choreographic devices that they see. Discuss with each group how the choreographic devices relates to the choreographic intent of the piece. After the discussion, give each group their exam question handout and allow pupils to answer the 2 questions (using their notes to help them).
samjball
KS4 GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Choreography

KS4 GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Choreography

This resource has been designed for teachers of GCSE dance revising choreography in preparation for the written exam. This lesson has been created to provide a way for dance students to revise in a fun and interactive way. Prior to the lesson, decide how you are going to divide your class into 6 groups (ideally a mixture of high and low ability in each group). After the starter activity on the PowerPoint give each group one of the texts as a stimulus. As a group, pupils can discuss how the text can be used to create choreography in relation to each of the questions on the PowerPoint (I allowed around 3 min per slide). Encourage pupils to write notes on the sheet with the text on as these can be used as posters in the classroom and/or be photocopied and given to all students for further revision. After pupils have completed notes for each of the questions, give pupils a copy of the questions as a mock test and allow pupils 20 min to complete the test using their text as their stimulus. Within this resource I have included the notes that my pupils made as an example.
samjball
KS4 AQA GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Section C

KS4 AQA GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Section C

KS4 AQA GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Section C This resource has been designed for teachers of GCSE dance revising the dance anthology in preparation for the written exam. This lesson has been created to provide a way for dance students to revise in a fun and interactive way. Prior to the lesson, decide how you are going to divide your class into 6 groups (ideally a mixture of high and low ability in each group). Each group should be given a large piece of paper with one of the 6 dance anthology pieces written in the middle, then use the PowerPoint. I spent approximately 5 min per slide and got the pupils to rotate around the room rather than the paper. You will need the six anthology fact files found on the AQA GCSE Dance website for the latter part of the lesson. Once the lesson is complete you will have revision display posters created by the dance pupils themselves.
samjball
KS4 AQA GCSE Dance Revision: Component 2 - Performance Skills

KS4 AQA GCSE Dance Revision: Component 2 - Performance Skills

KS4 GCSE Dance Revision – Component 2: Performance Skills This resource has been designed for teachers of AQA GCSE dance revising performance skills in preparation for the written exam. The lesson is divided up into 2 sections: Section 1 – Practically in the dance space go through the PowerPoint of possible exam style questions. Encourage pupils to physically try out questions such as ‘describe one exercise a dancer can do to improve flexibility’ before putting it into words. Section 2 – Allow pupils 20 min to complete the test paper (total 20 marks). Encourage pupils to visualise themselves in the dance space when completing the test paper.
samjball
KS2 Dance Bundle – 30 Lessons of Dance!

KS2 Dance Bundle – 30 Lessons of Dance!

This KS2 Dance Bundle includes 5 SOW: Rock and Roll Bollywood Greek Dancing Rhythms World Wars Each SOW includes 6 detailed lesson plans including: Aims and objectives, equipment needed, descriptions of activities (starter, warm up, main activity, plenary etc), Organisation information and ‘coaching’ points. Song recommendations are also given with links to the song on YouTube. For more information, see the individual SOW. Enjoy!
samjball
KS2 Dance -  World Wars SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

KS2 Dance - World Wars SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

This resource is for KS2 teachers teaching dance through the Physical Education part of the national curriculum during any topic connected to war and battle. Within this resource there are 6 detailed 50 min lesson plans including: Aims and objectives, equipment needed, descriptions of activities (starter, warm up, main activity, plenary etc), Organisation information and ‘coaching’ points. For music I use ‘Olly Murs - Army of Two’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zk2PCti8-c
samjball
KS2 Dance -  Rock and Roll SOW – 6x60min lesson plans and resources

KS2 Dance - Rock and Roll SOW – 6x60min lesson plans and resources

This resource is for KS2 teachers teaching dance through the Physical Education part of the national curriculum during any topic connected to America, celebration, famous people etc). Within this resource there are 6 detailed 60 min lesson plans including: Aims and objectives, equipment needed, descriptions of activities (starter, warm up, main activity, plenary etc), Organisation information and ‘coaching’ points. For music I use ‘Jail House Rock’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plaDFJpOfMs
samjball
KS2 Dance -  Greek SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

KS2 Dance - Greek SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

This resource is for KS2 teachers teaching dance through the Physical Education part of the national curriculum during the topic of Greece (or any topic connected to Greece, celebration, different cultures etc). Within this resource there are 6 detailed 50 min lesson plans including: Aims and objectives, equipment needed, descriptions of activities (starter, warm up, main activity, plenary etc), Organisation information and ‘coaching’ points. For music I use ‘Zorba The Greek – Sirtaki’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzlcxN0lxSo
samjball
KS2 Dance -  Dancing Rhythms SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

KS2 Dance - Dancing Rhythms SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

This resource is for KS2 teachers teaching dance through the Physical Education part of the national curriculum during the topic of South Africa (or any topic connected to South Africa, slave trade, communication etc). Within this resource there are 6 detailed 50 min lesson plans including: Aims and objectives, equipment needed, descriptions of activities (starter, warm up, main activity, plenary etc), Organisation information and ‘coaching’ points. For music I use ‘DJEMBE…The Power of Tribal Drums’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxKHN0HSuzA
samjball
KS2 Dance -  Bollywood SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

KS2 Dance - Bollywood SOW – 6x50min lesson plans and resources

This resource is for KS2 teachers teaching dance through the Physical Education part of the national curriculum during the topic of India (or any topic connected to India, celebration, different cultures etc). Within this resource there are 6 detailed 50 min lesson plans including: Aims and objectives, equipment needed, descriptions of activities (starter, warm up, main activity, plenary etc), Organisation information and ‘coaching’ points. For music I use ‘Jai Ho’ by the Pussycat Dolls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc5OyXmHD0w
samjball
KS3 Dance Bundle - 48 Lessons of Dance!

KS3 Dance Bundle - 48 Lessons of Dance!

This bundle is for teachers of KS3 Dance. There are 8 SOL in total, each including 6 lesson delivery PowerPoints complete with resources. Please see individual resources for more information. :)
samjball
KS3 Dance ‘Hairspray’ 6 lesson SOW delivery PowerPoint

KS3 Dance ‘Hairspray’ 6 lesson SOW delivery PowerPoint

This ‘Hairspray’ 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint is for teachers teaching dance at KS3. In the school where I teach, every year we have a Year 9 musical (this year was Hairspray) and all the Year 8 pupils watch during a matinee performance. This SOW has been created for my Year 8 pupils after they have watched our Year 9 performance of Hairspray. The delivery PowerPoint includes questions which refer to the performance that they have watched and the whole point of the SOW is for them to learn the finale dance ‘You can’t Stop the Beat’. You may be thinking, ‘What am I going to do with this resource?’. Well, you’re going to need to adapt it to suit you yes but it will work in a variety of ways. First of all, it can be used as a tutorial of how to turn a series of rehearsals into a series of lessons (learning other key dance skills and terminology in the process). You could use It as a guide to create your own SOW for whatever musical your school has just put on or simply show a YouTube clip of a live performance of ‘You Can’t Stop The Beat’. We haven’t chosen next years musical yet but I will be using this SOL and will adapt it to fit. The delivery PowerPoint includes starters in the form of ‘bell activities’/‘talking points’ for each lesson, homework and assessment activities at week 3 and week 6 to record progress.
samjball
KS4 GCSE Dance: A Linha Curva 6 Week delivery PowerPoint and Resources

KS4 GCSE Dance: A Linha Curva 6 Week delivery PowerPoint and Resources

This KS4 GCSE Dance: A Linha Curva 6 Week delivery PowerPoint is for teachers of AQA GCSE Dance. It is designed to be taught in the fourth half term of Year 10 (after teaching Emancipation, Expressionism, Artificial Things and Shadows) following the advice from AQA. It is to be used with AQA’s resources such as their A Linha Curva fact file and video links. Within the 6 week delivery PowerPoint there are theory and practical lessons to explore the professional work of A Linha Curva. Each lesson comes with lesson starters in the form of ‘bell activities’/’Talking Points’ and lesson objectives. Homework tasks and all resources needed for this PowerPoint are included.
samjball
GCSE Dance Bundle - Set Dances: Breathe and Shift

GCSE Dance Bundle - Set Dances: Breathe and Shift

This bundle includes 4 delivery PowerPoints to teach the GCSE Set dances. Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster Set Dance Breathe Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster Set Dance Shift KS4 GCSE Dance Set Dance Breathe KS4 GCSE Dance Set Dance Shift. Please see the individual recourses for detailed information.
samjball
Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Shift 6 lesson delivery PowerPoint and Homework Handouts

Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Shift 6 lesson delivery PowerPoint and Homework Handouts

This GCSE Taster : Shift 6 lesson delivery PowerPoint has been created for teachers of Dance preparing their Year 9 pupils for GCSE. Over the 6 lessons, pupils will explore the GCSE Set Dance: Shift along with appreciation tasks linked with section A of the written exam paper (component 2). E.g. The components of Dance (actions, dynamics, space and relationships), performance skills etc. PLEASE NOTE: I have created this resource to follow the GCSE Taster : Breathe 6 lesson SOW as some of the exam questions relate to the Breathe set dance. The Shift breakdown sections were created using the resources on the AQA website and print screened images of the YouTube video of Shift. The PowerPoint also includes starters (bell activities), lesson objectives, homework tasks and assessment material. This resource also includes homework handouts. Enjoy!
samjball
Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Breathe 6 Lesson Delivery PowerPoint and Homework handouts

Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Breathe 6 Lesson Delivery PowerPoint and Homework handouts

This GCSE Taster : Breathe 6 lesson Delivery PowerPoint has been created for teachers of Dance preparing their Year 9 pupils for GCSE. Over the 6 lessons, pupils will explore the GCSE Set Dance: Breathe along with appreciation tasks linked with section A of the written exam paper (component 2). E.g. Warm up, performance skills etc. The Breathe breakdown sections were created using the resources on the AQA website and print screened images of the YouTube video of Breathe. The PowerPoint also includes starters (bell activities), lesson objectives, homework tasks and assessment material. This resource also includes homework handouts. Enjoy!
samjball
NEW GCSE Dance Posters- 6 Anthology Works highlighting key facts and basic descriptions

NEW GCSE Dance Posters- 6 Anthology Works highlighting key facts and basic descriptions

This set of 6 engaging Posters highlight the facts and basic descriptions for each AQA GCSE Dance set professional work. Ideal for displays in studios, corridors and changing rooms, but can also be a great support for the lower abilities or as basic revision/starting point for students to become familiar with the knowledge to later apply their interpretative and evaluative understanding.
rscarlett16
Early Years Christmas Songs & Music

Early Years Christmas Songs & Music

A bundle of early years Christmas songs and festive music activities: Away In A Manger backing track & piano music Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer backing track & piano music Dance Of The Stars & Moon (perfect for a twinkly star or angel dance) What A Lovely Christmas Tree song Selection of musical games for Christmas
FCarpenter
KS3 Dance Pirates Scheme of Work

KS3 Dance Pirates Scheme of Work

This is a dance scheme of work using the theme of Pirates. It uses the themes of “water”, explores the shape of the ship, the characters on board, pirate activities, sword fighting and performance skills. There are detailed lesson plans with worksheets for reflective practice. There are suggestions for music and diagrams to help with staging whole class sections. When I did this, we were 1:1 Chromebooks, so students created an online blog to write a diary of their creative progress, but with could be done with a physical booklet instead. This scheme of work could possibly be used for Years 5, 6, 7 and 8, depending upon the student maturity, or where they are in the year.
angelawilliams033
Dance Scheme of Work - Guernica

Dance Scheme of Work - Guernica

This is a scheme of work for Dance. It uses Picasso’s iconic art piece “Guernica” as it’s stimulus. I have previously used it for Year 8 Dance, but I suppose you could use it for Year 9, or an early piece for Year 10. This resource includes lesson plans, and worksheets that can be put together for a booklet. Obviously you can put your own schools logo on the front page, etc.
angelawilliams033
Contemporary Dance - A Brief History PowerPoint

Contemporary Dance - A Brief History PowerPoint

This is a short PowerPoint that explores the origins of Contemporary Dance. It gives some basic information regarding Martha Graham and Rudolf Laban, and then links to videos on Youtube. Then there is a research task at the end. This can be used for GCSE / BTEC Level 2 / Level 3 or A Level Dance.
angelawilliams033
Quiz Selection - including Royal Wedding!

Quiz Selection - including Royal Wedding!

Quiz Selection - £2 a Quiz!! INCLUDES ROYAL WEDDING & MENTAL HEALTH. Take a look at our ULTIMATE Quiz selection. Included in this bundle is 10 of our FULLY INTERACTIVE quizzes. 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/
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The Importance of Warming UP

The Importance of Warming UP

A easy to follow document for primary PE explaining the importance of warming up and how much the children should be able to understand and explain at different ages during primary school.
L-Byrne
PE Class Rules & Certificates

PE Class Rules & Certificates

A document containing simple rules to allow for good Primary PE lessons. A large variety of different simple certificates for Primary PE
L-Byrne
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Flashcards

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Flashcards

Dance and science work brilliantly together. These brightly designed flashcards showing different materials and the objects they make, can be used on the interactive whiteboard or printed and handed out in class. They support the lesson plans and unit overview for Characteristics of Materials unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 5 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 5 of 5

Transparent, translucent and opaque. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at what materials are transparent, translucent and opaque. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance focusing on building a strong dance vocabulary and refining compositional and performance skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 4 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 4 of 5

Absorbency. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at what materials are absorbent and why some materials are more absorbent than others. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance focusing on creating short duets and building on compositional and performance skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 3 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 3 of 5

Making objects out of materials. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at why some materials are better at making objects than others and builds on the knowledge from the previous lesson plans in this unit. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance as individual learners and in small groups focusing on compositional and performance skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 2 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 2 of 5

Materials and their properties. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at the different properties of materials and how they behave. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance as individual learners and in small groups focusing on compositional skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 1 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 1 of 5

Materials and their uses. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at different kinds of materials and what objects can be made using these materials. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance as individual learners and with a partner focusing on building a dance vocabulary and introducing compositional skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Science: Characteristics of Materials - Unit Overview

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Unit Overview

This unit of work, links with science, design and technology consists of a unit overview, five lesson plans and supporting flashcards which you can print of or use on your interactive whiteboard. The unit overview gives you a brief overview of each lesson, out lining learning objectives, key vocabulary and resources for each lesson. Each session is designed to last 45 minutes and are appropriate for ages 6-11. The lessons can be taught in the classroom or, preferably, in a hall, studio or similar type of space where children can move freely. As part of this unit of work, detailed lesson plans have been created to give you a tried and tested framework from which to teach which you can adapt it to your needs or that of your children. The framework is based around a warm up, building dance vocabulary, improvisation and creative tasks and developing performance skills. We hope you enjoy teaching this unit of work and always welcome feedback and ideas, so please get in touch with us. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
DanceEducates
Skipping Champion Poster

Skipping Champion Poster

This poster can be laminated so it can be wrote on and changed each day. Good incentive to encourage structured playtimes and being active.
rosie_m
Skipping Challenges

Skipping Challenges

A collection of different skipping challenges for children to complete alone. Ideally placed in the playground.
rosie_m
KS3 Dance - Cog

KS3 Dance - Cog

Throughout this scheme pupils will be taught to compose, perform and appreciate differing varieties of dance. The scheme focuses on coordination of isolated body parts, such as arms and legs, when on the spot and traveling, interlocking with a partner and using physical manipulation to initiate actions that go up and down, around and around and side to side. Chorographically pupils will concentrate on spatial features, such as dimensional movement and contrasting pathways. Furthermore the cause and effect helps pupils build from solo work to duet, into small groups. Pupils will be expected to identify and describe key actions and dynamic, spatial and relationship features, making connection between what they will see in the “Cog” video to movements they learn, create and perform. Throughout this scheme of work pupils will be expected to draw links from the “Cog” stimuli to the wider social issue of “Friendship”. Pupils will discuss the meaning of friendship and what it takes to be a good friend - characteristics will be highlighted and explained. Cause and effect/chain reactions will serve as physical interpretations of a friendship break down. Pupils will be expected to explore their own friendships, discussing any challenging social issues they may have personally experienced.
rileyp_86
KS3 Dance - Cyber

KS3 Dance - Cyber

Throughout this scheme pupils will be taught to compose, perform and appreciate variety of dance in relation to a Robotic stimuli. In particular pupils will be expected to respond to a stimuli, experimenting with the use of symbolic and representational movements, explore differing types of travelling and transitional pathways with a Cyber theme along with performance skills within their set motifs. Pupils will also develop movement though the use of Action, Spatial and Dynamic features.
rileyp_86
KS3 Dance - Grease Monkey

KS3 Dance - Grease Monkey

Throughout this scheme pupils will be taught to compose, perform and appreciate variety of dance. In particular pupils will be expected to respond to a stimuli, experimenting with the use of symbolic and representational movements, explore differing types of travelling and transitional pathways along with applying acting episodes and performance skills within their set motifs. Pupils will also develop movement though the use of Action, Spatial and Dynamic features.
rileyp_86
KS3 Dance - My Name is Cocaine

KS3 Dance - My Name is Cocaine

Throughout this scheme pupils will be taught to compose, perform and appreciate differing varieties of dance. Pupils will learn how to create and develop material that communicates the powerful message of the dangers of drug addiction. Pupils will be expected to respond to a stimuli, drawing from their differing reactions and emotions to create modern choreography telling a story. Pupils will learn to develop movement though the use of level, canon and unison, working in particular on lifts and floor work. Pupils will be discussing mature and sensitive content throughout the scheme, watching videos and using stimuli designed to test their conceptions and enhance their understanding. This scheme of work tackles a serious contemporary issue of drug taking. Attention to the characteristics of drugs, the effect on behaviour and the emotional state of an addict provide both the narrative for the dance and the focus for the development of expressive skills. The key priority for this scheme of work is for pupils to use dance as a medium to express their thoughts and feeling about a serious social issue - alongside the physical challenges of creating the dance are the opportunities to discuss concerns relating to drugs.
rileyp_86
Supply Teacher's Toolkit

Supply Teacher's Toolkit

Supply Teacher's Toolkit 20 resources suitable to use in any subject! Arrive at school every day with an arsenal of activities to use with whatever class you are covering. The lack of work set will never be a problem again as you will always have an educational activity to use with your classes. If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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PLC BUNDLE - AQA GCSE Dance : Performance; Choreography; Critical appreciation of professional set works (Personal Learning Checklists) [Includes 4 Different Formats!]

PLC BUNDLE - AQA GCSE Dance : Performance; Choreography; Critical appreciation of professional set works (Personal Learning Checklists) [Includes 4 Different Formats!]

This download includes 3 (x4=12) Personal Learning Checklists for GCSE Dance (AQA Specification) and covers the topic of: - Performance - Choreography - Critical appreciation of professional set works. The download includes 4 different versions of PLCs for you to choose from! Each with slightly different reflection/target-setting activities.This means you can give students the PLC at different points in the year without it being too repetitive and boring for them. A single-slide PowerPoint is included: if you wish you can copy and paste this slide into your lesson, it contains instructions (and a timer) for your students). This double-sided A4 worksheet is great for: -Revision lessons -AfL -Fostering teacher-student dialogue -Directed Individual Reflection Time (DIRT) -Exam preparation This is an ideal tool for your students to help them keep track of their learning, and help you monitor the classes strengths and weaknesses. It serves as a highly efficient form of self-assessment. The first side is a PLC with two ways for the student to rate confidence for each of the sub-topics and the second side features other useful measures that allow teachers to gauge a student's confidence and reflective abilities. The worksheet: -Allows the student to see clearly what they need to know for the exam. -Allows the student to communicate to their teacher how they can be best helped. -Gets the student to analyse their progress in relation to their target grade. -Encourages students to reflect in a structured manner on their necessary revision focusses. -Gets students to establish both a revision and an exam technique focus.
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