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The Duchess Set work Summary

The Duchess Set work Summary

Taken from the Pearson Set work Support guide , a summary of the main elements found in Rachel Portman’s The Duchess, in a format that is useful for revision. Students should be encouraged to use this as a basic starting point and find the bar numbers and examples themselves.
k_tewkesbury1
Contemporary Issues in South Africa (Water Crisis & Unemployment)

Contemporary Issues in South Africa (Water Crisis & Unemployment)

Lesson on the contemporary issues of the Water Crisis and Unemployment in South Africa. The lesson starts by analysing headlines from/about South Africa and a class discussion, followed by identification of causes and consequences of the South Africa Water Crisis. Students then come up with potential solutions to the water crisis. The issue of unemployment in South Africa is explored with causes and consequences identified. Solutions are identified and students write a persuasive speech about the solution they think is best for South Africa. Full lesson is included, with links to videos and articles within the slides. Handouts are included at the end of the slideshow for printing and giving to students. This lesson takes around 2x 1 hour lessons.
Geog2014
Serbian Present Tense Revision Cyrillic Alphabet

Serbian Present Tense Revision Cyrillic Alphabet

Serbian Verbs in Present Tense Revision includes 5 worksheets in color and 27 worksheets in black and white , domino game and answer keys; This set includes the following : Serbian verbs domino game ( 3 worksheets ) 36 pieces of dominoes to practice Serbian verbs -black and white version is included; Students play the game by matching the word and the picture Serbian Verbs Sorting ( 2 worksheets ) 1st group ( i /e ) 2nd group( a / aju) 3rd group ( e/ u ) Highlight the correct picture and rewrite the verb ( 5 worksheets ) Highlight the correct pronoun and write it on the line ( 10 worksheets ) Circle what is correct and highlight the correct ending ( 4 worksheets ) Highlight correct or incorrect and correct the mistakes ( 3 worksheets )
Miss_Jelena
BTEC Level 3 Applied Science NQF Practical Logbook

BTEC Level 3 Applied Science NQF Practical Logbook

I designed a practical logbook for my Year 12 students in preparation for Unit 3. Each practical has a apparatus and method section with area for pupils to compile a scientific report including calculations and a graph. Any feedback please let me know
trueshellz
Attack Adverts/Smear Campaign

Attack Adverts/Smear Campaign

Lesson on political attack adverts and smear campaigns. The lesson identifies what an attack ad is, it’s purpose and effect. Examples of attack ads are shown and discussed, and then students create their own attack ads for a political party. Full lesson is included, with links to videos and articles within the slides. This lesson takes around a 1 hour lesson (time can be expanded for the creation of the attack ad).
Geog2014
Sample Creative Piece

Sample Creative Piece

CCEA GCSE ENGLISH Language: Unit 4 (Paper 2) Section A: Personal or Creative Writing Here is a sample creative piece in response to one of the mock papers made (and available for download on TES). It is quite dry and whilst the plot line is probably standard enough, it doesn’t really pitch it to the correct audience stipulated in the mock question. The characters are quite static and need to be developed more, and the piece is too short. However, I thought students could use it to see the importance of reading the question carefully and consciously trying to engage the target audience you’ve been assigned. My plan would be that after they in pairs discussed the work, filled in the checklist and gave some feedback on what was good/bad, that we could discuss the stimulus picture and brainstorm some potential plotlines. A lot of them might be inspired to do a Pretty Little Liars style thing where the main character perhaps gets texts from a mysterious unknown person, or perhaps go down a bullying route?
ndavidson91
Propaganda

Propaganda

Lesson on propaganda. The lesson looks at what propaganda is, different types of propaganda and then students create their own piece of propaganda for a political party. Full lesson is included, with links to videos and articles within the slides. This lesson takes around a 1 hour lesson.
Geog2014
AQA GCSE Biology: Cell structure and transport Knowledge booklet

AQA GCSE Biology: Cell structure and transport Knowledge booklet

This is a book full of questions which is great to give to students to learn and revise. This can be used as a great source of revision or a homework task where students have to learn the answers and then they are tested on them next lesson. The Knowledge booklets contains the key scientific knowledge that students will need to apply in their exams on all marked questions.
mindset_learning
Transition Facebook Activity

Transition Facebook Activity

A Facebook-style profile activity (FactBook). Perfect as a ‘getting-to-know-you’ task for new classes. PDF and word version included. The whole lesson which goes with this is available here:
EC_Resources
Religious Persecution

Religious Persecution

Lesson on religious persecution around the world. The lesson discusses what persecution is, different forms of religious persecution and then students research different examples of persecution of multiple religions around the world. This culminates in a class debate. Full lesson is included, with links to videos and articles within the slides. This lesson takes around 2x1 hour lessons, and can be reduced in time if discussion questions are taken out/shortened.
Geog2014
Vectors ( for foundation GCSE) - New Spec 9-1

Vectors ( for foundation GCSE) - New Spec 9-1

With Vectors being new to the curriculm this year , I created this couple of lessons for a foundation group. The resources contains enough resources for approx 3 lessons depending on the pace and ability. Covers : How to add and subtract column vectors, Describe a vector, Find a given vector, Draw a vector, please review :)
steffi2018
The Labours of Theseus

The Labours of Theseus

The lesson starts by asking students what the lesson might be about based on a set of abstract images. It assumes some prior knowledge about the basics of Theseus’s life e.g. How he was born and who he was. Included in the powerpoint which can be printed A3 or A4 is a worksheet which students can fill in with information about each of Theseus’ labours as you go through them on the board. Students are introduced to the kylix depicting the labours of Theseus housed in the British Museum. As a prescribed source for the GCSE, it is crucial that students know which labour is depicted where on the kylix itself. This powerpoint provides rotated and enlarged versions of each depiction at the appropriate points in the lesson. This ensures that students are constantly thinking not only about Theseus’ labours, but also how they are depicted on the kylix at all times. All the information students need to know about each of Theseus’ labours for the new Classical Civilisation OCR 9-1 GCSE is included. Having already studied Heracles earlier on in the course. There are questions to prompt comparisons with Theseus’ contemporary hero – in particular in the labours that they undertake and the way in which they go about doing them. This comparative thinking will help with the exam question at the end of the lesson. There is a link to a short animation (appropriate for all ages) included to his final labour: the defeat of the Minotaur which students can use to enhance their understanding of this story. The kylix is then referred back to as students are asked to contemplate how appropriate each depiction on the kylix is based on what they know about their labour, followed by a ranking and justification task. Finally, an 8 mark comparison question is included. It is designed to take them 8 minutes as per the timings on the paper at GSCE, and as a support there are sentence starters and helpful tips available to those that might need it. An extension task is also included which encourages the comparison with Heracles.
robertsad
The Atmospheric System

The Atmospheric System

Lesson looking at the layers of the atmosphere and the impacts insolation, albedo and latitude has on the solar radiation and temperature of different parts of the Earth’s surface Created for DP Geography (2019) SL Unit 2 ‘Global Climate - vulnerability and resilience’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (printed seperately) used within the presentation. Students had a digital copy of the ‘resources file’ (which has some answers and animations removed and additional space to make notes) to take notes as required.
Geog2014
Direct Proportion: Money (Loop Cards)

Direct Proportion: Money (Loop Cards)

I love to start one-to-one tutorials/interventions with a loop card activity. They are also excellent when working with small groups or as a starter or plenary for a whole class. To see all the available loop-card topics click 👉 tes.com/…/More Loop Cards….<hr>This particular set of cards allows students to practise using the unitary method to find the cost of n items when they know the cost of m items. Note that the questions have been carefully selected so that they provide good coverage of this sub-topic and so that the opportunities for students to guess answers are minimised.<hr>Colour coding: All my loop cards are colour-coded to indicate the approximate level of the questions: KS2 – red and orange KS3/GCSE Foundation – orange and green GCSE Higher – green, blue and purple<hr>Further information: In this download there are four sets of similar cards and a student chooses one of the sets and sorts them into order by answering the questions. Then they try to do it faster using a different set, which has the same questions, but a different sort order 😃 My favourite use of loop cards is for two students to have different versions of the cards and race each other. They then check their answers, shuffle, swap packs and race again (quickest overall time wins). More instructions are included in the download. Cut out card size is approx. 65 x 90 mm.<hr>👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
The Role of Civil Society in Promoting International Mindedness

The Role of Civil Society in Promoting International Mindedness

Lesson looking at how Civil Society promotes international Mindedness. The lesson identifies what Civil Society and International Mindedness is and uses the case studies of the Pro-Democracy Protests in Hong Kong and the Arab Spring. Created for DP Geography (2019) HL Unit 5 ‘Human Development & Diversity’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (included seperately) used. Students had a digital copy of the ‘resources file’ (which has some answers and animations removed and additional space to make notes) to take notes as required.
Geog2014
World Cup Russia 2018 Maths Resources - Great for end of term!

World Cup Russia 2018 Maths Resources - Great for end of term!

This resource contains lots of different statistics gathered from lots of different websites about the world cup 2018. Task 1: Who has scored the most goals? (Reading from charts and interpreting) Task 2: Teams aren’t shooting as much as they used too? (Counting, reading charts and interpreting) Task 3: England may struggle but the Premier League dominates! (composite bar charts) Task 4: Use the information about the different stadiums to be used in the world cup below to fill in the table. (Organising data, averages and total) Task 5: There is 90 minutes in one football match to be played. Use the diagram to help answer the questions below. (working with times and schedueles) Task 6: How far each nation will have to travel during the Group Stages? (conversion of km and miles, adding times, compound measures) All with answers to save you time! Can be used in part just as easily as all together. please review :)
steffi2018
Batman Returns Setwork Summary

Batman Returns Setwork Summary

Taken from the Pearson Set work Support guide , a summary of the main elements found in Danny Elfman’s Batman pieces in a format that is useful for revision. Students should be encouraged to use this as a basic starting point and find the bar numbers and examples themselves.
k_tewkesbury1
Measuring Development

Measuring Development

Lesson looking at the how development is measured, including links to the UN Sustainable Development Goals Created for DP Geography (2019) HL Unit 5 ‘Human Development & Diversity’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (printed seperately) used at the end of the presentation. Students had a digital copy of the ‘resources file’ (which has some answers and animations removed and additional space to make notes) to take notes as required.
Geog2014
KS3 Acids and Alkalis

KS3 Acids and Alkalis

Interactive lesson starting with a fun activity at the beginning testing how well students can remember the hazard symbols using the mini whiteboards. The lesson is for KS3 classes (I used it with bottom set Year 7 and it worked well). It is based on properties of acids and alkalis, where they can be found and an interactive activity where they can put some universal indicator into a selection of different liquids and identify if they are acidic, alkaline or neutral. Challenge activity provided for higher ability students.
Yllkaemini
Sustainability in Homes

Sustainability in Homes

Lesson looking at how cities can be sustainable through the use of ‘superblocks’ as used in Barcelona and then focused down onto different sustainable methods that can be used in individual homes to help the overall sustainability of cities. Created for Yr11 Individuals & Societies MYP but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included. Students had a digital copy of the slideshow to complete the tables and to take notes as required.
Geog2014
Transition to Year 7

Transition to Year 7

A fun transition day lesson which is perfect for form tutors to use when they meet their new Year 7s. Includes a one hour Powerpoint, differentiated activities about starting secondary school, creating a display of ‘FactBook’ profiles, and introduction for new students on the importance of learning a wide range of distinct subjects. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed, editable and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free RE, Citizenship and PSHE resources at my shop: MORE WHOLE SCHOOL RESOURCES
EC_Resources
STEM club Practical Challenges Collection

STEM club Practical Challenges Collection

A collection of STEM themed practical based challenges that can be used in STEM/Science clubs or for fun science lessons. Each activity includes a lesson plan with equipment list and instructions and a colourful student sheet. Activities include Army men launchers Labyrinth Game Bungee Barbie/Bungee Action Man Foosball Table Challenge Jacks Golden Egg Delivery Service Marble Runs Newspaper Shoes
marissa03
Introduction to Pythagorus (Investigation !)

Introduction to Pythagorus (Investigation !)

These resources will be all you need to introduce pythagorus to a new group. Based on investigating the informattion for themselves, with key hooks to keeps students engaged. Great way to introduce the topic and for the pupils to understand fully why and how it works! Please Review, Thanks :)
steffi2018
Mandalas Maths (Great end of term activity / Transition activity)

Mandalas Maths (Great end of term activity / Transition activity)

This powerpoint contains an introduction into how mandalas are very much linked too maths. Templates are included so pupils can produce there own. Great links to symmetry and rotation. Great for end of term (and for creating new displays!) Also used this lesson with a transition Y6 group and they loved it! Please Review, Thanks :)
steffi2018
AQA GCSE Chemistry: Atomic structure Knowledge booklet

AQA GCSE Chemistry: Atomic structure Knowledge booklet

This is a book full of questions which is great to give to students to learn and revise. This can be used as a great source of revision or a homework task where students have to learn the answers and then they are tested on them next lesson. The Knowledge booklets contains the key scientific knowledge that students will need to apply in their exams on all marked questions.
mindset_learning
GCSE FOUNDATION REVISION CLOCKS (Great for end of term activities!)

GCSE FOUNDATION REVISION CLOCKS (Great for end of term activities!)

Here are 6 revision clocks perfect for end of term revision all have answers. There are aimed at Foundation students (could be easily used with KS3 Pupils as well!) Revision clocks are great as they visually show to pupils how much work they should have completed! Great for end of term, and summer homework :) Please Review :) Thanks
steffi2018