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Good or bad tourism

Good or bad tourism

A worksheet about tourism with a card sort that can be laminated or cut up by students. Good introducation to the unit.
ceinwen84
Products and Services

Products and Services

Pupils have to identify which are products and those which are services and colour code them. This supports pupils learning the differences between the two.
ceinwen84
Hospital Team Work

Hospital Team Work

Can be used for Unit 1 of the GCSE health and social care course. Identifies the different staff and teams needed for one hospital patient. Print out the first page on A3 colour and laminate. Print out second page on A4, laminate and cut. There are blank cards for students to put down their own ideas - hairdresser, newspaper man etc. I have used and modified a resourse submitted by 'iaveter' called 'Team Working in Education' (hope he/she does not mind). Have a look at this resourse too as this can be used for both unit 1 and unit 3.
Blue Dolphin
Every Child Matters Game/Tasksheet

Every Child Matters Game/Tasksheet

This page can be printed in colour and then laminated (make several copies: one per a group of 5-6 students). Cut each laminated card into squares. After a teaching session on Every Child Matters, give out sets of squares to each group of students and ask them to match them to the main points of the green paper. the team who finishes the task first - wins. You might think of some other ways of using the table, or just use it as a handout.
iaveter
Marketing - Domino Game

Marketing - Domino Game

This has been developed with the aid of a spreadsheet that someone has uploaded on the TES Staffroom and the GCSE Leisure and Tourism Textbook.
annehyde
Team working in education

Team working in education

You can use this Venn diagram to enhance students' understanding of the team work during their school block experiences. I use a a laminated A3 sheet with the Venn diagramm (empty), and small laminated squares with the team roles for the students to arrange the squares on the Venn diagram in accordance to their importance to the student as a team worker. I normally do it in 3-4 teams depending on the group size. Each group then arranges their squares in their owm way and tries to explain it during the whole-group discussion. (I hope all this makes sense...)
iaveter
BMI Calculator

BMI Calculator

Simple interface allows you to look up your BMI based upon your body measurements in either metric or imperial units. Also look up your ideal weight.
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