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Passion Project Planning Guide!

Passion Project Planning Guide!

This unit of work provides resources and templates for creating a passion project. What is a passion project? A passion project provides an opportunity for students to integrate what they are passionate about in the classroom. Passion projects provide opportunity for student voice and choice and as a result focuses on fostering student strengths in the classroom. What does this Passion Project Planning Guide Include?? This planning guide is a 16 page editable and interactive PDF to guide you through the process of creating a passion project in your class and includes: Tips and guidelines for creating a passion project Assignment guidelines for a passion project and associated e-portfolio A Passion Project Unit Overview with 5 hyperlinked lesson plan lesson plan templates A Passion Project Rubric Template A Passion Project Planning Guide Template Curriculum Outcomes This project was initially created for a Grade 11 Communications Technology course. However, this project could be modified to be incorporated into any Key Stage 1-5 classes. This project would work particularly well for Key Stage 3, 4, and 5 English, History, Technology and Design, Math or Science course.
marisahoskins12
GCSE PE Revision Bundle

GCSE PE Revision Bundle

Wow! Wow! Wow! Over 55% off these 8 GCSE PE resources when bought together in this bundle!! (Normal price £22.50) Question and Answer cards are ideal for setting up quiz activities in the classroom which students can complete on their own or in small groups. These interactive activities are the way forward. Just copy the link and distribute them to your students so that they can access them on any wifi enabled device; mobile phone, tablet or PC / Mac. Perfect for revision, retrieval and spaced practice!
Hurstbournefield
Spelling Workout (Ages 8 - 11+) - an active spelling resource

Spelling Workout (Ages 8 - 11+) - an active spelling resource

Each letter of the alphabet coupled with a physical exercise/activity. Poster and instructional videos for each letter/exercise included. Recently I was working on a Closing The Gap project with some focus children in Upper Primary. The aim was to improve spelling ability with given rules. As part of the project I used physical activities to engage the pupils in learning their words. The results were largely positive. After the project was complete I spoke with the children and evaluated the process. They all agreed that doing physical activities to help with their spelling was really fun and engaging. I decided to build on this feedback as I wanted my whole class to have the opportunity to get physical with their spelling, and so Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling was created. A big thank you to my amazing teaching colleagues who demonstrated the physical activities for the videos. What is Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling? Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling designates a different physical exercise/activity for each letter in the alphabet. Pupils can work on their spelling words whilst working up a sweat. There are videos to accompany each letter that demonstrate the exercise/activity required. There are two sets, one aimed at early years (ages 4 - 7) and one for upper primary (ages 8 - 11). There is also a poster included that can be printed for the class or used as a reference sheet / handout. Why Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling? To engage pupils, encourage exercise and to have some fun with spelling. This is quite literally spelling exercise! You can use the alphabet or videos in any way you choose. Make it work for you. Below is just some ideas for class use, if you have any other suggestions please let me know. I’m always looking for ideas! Workouts for weekly spelling words Workouts for spelling out names Brain Breaks Spelling workstations / corners Shout Outs (where a teacher or a pupil lead and shout out letters for classmates to follow in a routine, at the end of the workout fellow pupils can guess the word)
alnero1816
components of fitness

components of fitness

Lesson based on the health components of fitness, students are asked to use resources around the room and their groups to complete worksheets. Differentiated worksheets for H.A, M.A & L.A, powerpoint with L:O’s and discussion points. worksheets to be stuck around the room to help with tasks
kimscott1311
Spelling Workout (Ages 4 - 7) - an active spelling resource

Spelling Workout (Ages 4 - 7) - an active spelling resource

Recently I was working on a Closing The Gap project with some focus children in Upper Primary. The aim was to improve spelling ability with given rules. As part of the project I used physical activities to engage the pupils in learning their words. The results were largely positive. After the project was complete I spoke with the children and evaluated the process. They all agreed that doing physical activities to help with their spelling was really fun and engaging. I decided to build on this feedback as I wanted to my whole class to have the opportunity to get physical with their spelling, and so Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling was created. A big thank you to my amazing teaching colleagues who demonstrated the physical activities for the videos. What is Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling? Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling designates a different physical exercise/activity for each letter in the alphabet. Pupils can work on their spelling words whilst working up a sweat. There are videos to accompany each letter that demonstrate the exercise/activity required. There are two sets, one aimed at early years (ages 4 - 7) and one for upper primary (ages 8 - 11). There is also a poster included that can be printed for the class or used as a reference sheet / handout. Why Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling? To engage pupils, encourage exercise and to have some fun with spelling. This is quite literally spelling exercise! You can use the alphabet or videos in any way you choose. Make it work for you. Below is just some ideas for class use, if you have any other suggestions please let me know. I’m always looking for ideas! Workouts for weekly spelling words Workouts for spelling out names Brain Breaks Spelling workstations / corners Shout Outs (where a teacher or a pupil lead and shout out letters for classmates to follow in a routine, at the end of the workout fellow pupils can guess the word)
alnero1816
Racing Rounders

Racing Rounders

An adaptation of rounders to make the game more inclusive for everyone. Can be played with either a rounders bat or tennis racket for younger children with a real focus on throwing and catching. I have played this with Year 2 - Year 8
gholloway1
Athletics Lesson Plans Year 1-6

Athletics Lesson Plans Year 1-6

A set of fun and progressive lesson plans on Athletics from Years 1 to 6. Year 1-2 6 lessons Year 3-4 6 lessons Year 5-6 6 lessons Sign up at https://striver-challenge.com now to get access to more lesson plans and other exciting resources.
striver-challenge
The 1966 Football  World Cup Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords Cover PE

The 1966 Football World Cup Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords Cover PE

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet of keywords on the theme of ‘The 1966 World Cup’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean