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Plenary Comment Boards - A5

Plenary Comment Boards - A5

I have produced these simple plenary comment boards that can be used within any subject, each board has a speech bubble and a question the student answers about their learning/understanding within the lesson, they write their answers down and then share it with the class. I have laminated a set for my students so they can be used again. I have found them successful in Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy & Health & Social Classes with low level learners. However, the questions can be adapted to meet the requirements with higher level learners.
annhendy
Health and Safety Workplace Bundle 2

Health and Safety Workplace Bundle 2

Lesson Starter / Warmup Start the lesson with a fun dice game focussing on Personal Protective Equipment. Move on to a mix and match group activity exploring common words taken from H&S Policies . Then use the interactive digital challenge with questions to uncover an image. (competitive and fun for pairs and teams). Ensure learners know about the forms to use in the workplace and when to use them with the Workplace Incident / Accident / Near Miss lesson and the Template to be filled in when an incident occurs. Finish off with a fun crossword puzzle that reinforces the same words learnt previously. Lots of room for discussion in these topics.
biowriterab
AQA '15 Schizophrenia - FULL TOPIC

AQA '15 Schizophrenia - FULL TOPIC

Includes 7 lessons with videos and detailed notes on the majority of slides and structured tasks to help them write 16M essays. Variety of AO3 activities included. Exam link - relevant exam questions shared throughout. SMSC link - reference to Art throughout.
Findlotte
Workplace Health and Safety game - Interactive digital vocabulary challenge powerpoint

Workplace Health and Safety game - Interactive digital vocabulary challenge powerpoint

This fun visual game can be used as a warm-up to a lesson on Health and Safety, or at the end of a lesson as a quick quiz. How the game works: The PowerPoint computer based game can be played in teams or as a group / class activity. The objective is to reveal what is behind the numbers on the presentation, one square at a time. Each team picks a number and answers a question. (Questions and answers are provided in the worksheet). If they answer the question correctly, then they can click on a number on the PowerPoint presentation to display a portion (square) of the picture in the background. The background picture is slowly revealed. The first team to identify the background picture wins.
biowriterab
OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and physiology Renal System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and physiology Renal System

Seven Powerpoints, activities and assessment model answers, covering the renal spec, as below The gross structure of the renal system: • kidneys, • calyx, • pelvis, • ureters, • bladder, • urethra; The structure and function of a kidney tubule: • glomerulus, • Bowman’s capsule, • proximal tubule, • distal tubule, • loop of Henle, • collecting duct, • ultrafiltration, • reabsorption, The function of the renal system: • urine production, • osmoregulation; Dysfunction: Rena/kidneyl failure/Nephrotic Syndrome Lifestyle; Alcohol
asiddons
OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Cardiovascular System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Cardiovascular System

Nine PowerPoints, acticities and revision, covering the Cardiovascular spec listed below:- The structure of the cardio-vascular system: • heart • arteries • veins • capillaries • and general functions of blood blood cell types and functions; • the function of the cardio-vascular system • cardiac cycle and its control dysfunction:  coronary artery disease causes of dysfunction: (life styles) • diet • alcohol • smoking • genetic-disposition diagnostic techniques: general principles and value of: • diagnostic imaging techniques, e.g. angiograms, cardiac ultrasound, • blood pressure monitoring • electrocardiogram (ECG) traces treatment: general principles and value of: • heart surgery • medication • angioplasty • heart pacemakers • heart transplant surgery
asiddons
BTEC Tech Award Grading Guide

BTEC Tech Award Grading Guide

Simple poster and slide to help student understand the grade equivalencies for BTEC Tech Award qualifications. Details Checked: December 2017. Sources: Pearson, DFE.
STEMCreate
OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Renal system resources

OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Renal system resources

SEVEN PowerPoints covering the spec areas below:- 5.5 Structure of kidney • cortex • medulla • calyx • ureters • renal artery/vein • urethra • bladder * kidney nephron (role in osmoregulation) 5.6 Functions of kidney * osmoregulation (balance of fluids in the body and blood pressure) 5.8 The concept of homeostasis • principles of homeostasis (monitoring, feedback mechanisms, effectors) and its importance 5.9 Malfunctions of control and regulatory systems – possible causes and effects eg. Kidney failure and endocrine, i.e. diabetes
asiddons