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L'obésité

L'obésité

This pack includes a reading activity on obesity as well as a quiz on obesity in France.
MrLoutre
European Country Bingo - spatial literacy made competitive

European Country Bingo - spatial literacy made competitive

This is my first resource so please enjoy it for free and let me know what you think. As a Geography teacher, I have discovered that the spatial literacy of the children I teach is never up to scratch. In order to overcome this, I developed my own version of Bingo. This game is suitable for Year 6 upwards as variations on the game could make it challenging for children up to Year 9. This resource includes: A full set of instructions for the game, as well as options on how to mix it up so that you can use it again and again. The option to print your Bingo Game Cards in colour or in grayscale. Full model answer Checking Card in case you need a little help with the European countries - but more importantly to keep track of the country names you have already called out A set of Bingo Cards listing the European countries I hope you have as much fun playing this game with your classes as I have with mine! Happy Bingo-ing Jo
joanne.brett
Merchant of Venice mini-saver bundle

Merchant of Venice mini-saver bundle

This bundle contains: * A detailed knowledge organiser containing key quotes, facts about Shakespeare and a character summary! * Merchant of Venice character revision poster/study cards. * A Shakespeare pub-style quiz with 40 questions about the Bard! Leave a review and choose any other resource for free from the LikeAnExpert shop.
LikeAnExpert
Reading strategies arrow-Spanish-whole lesson introduction to staged approach

Reading strategies arrow-Spanish-whole lesson introduction to staged approach

Although the skills to access a text come naturally to some students, many others need to be supported in developing the necessary strategies. This tried and tested approach to reading provides a visual strategy which can be applied to a wide variety of texts in a second language or in English, improving not only language skills, but also general literacy. Particularly useful when exploiting authentic materials, it can equally be applied to more traditional texts and, once embedded, enables students of all ages to work successfully with more complex source materials than would otherwise have been the case. This resource models the strategy with a simple Spanish text, however it can be applied to texts of a wide range of difficulty. It includes a ten slide teaching presentation to introduce the strategy, comprehensive teaching notes accompanied by thumbnails of all the materials, plus student sheets and the strategy arrow, which can be laminated for repeated use. The resource is also available modelled with a French text and a German text.
Languages-in-Practice
Energy types and transfers

Energy types and transfers

A PowerPoint to engage children in identifying the 9 energy types and how they link together when one type transfers to another. I use props to get the pupils to guess what I mean (e.g: I flick the lights on and off to show light energy). I do this first and then go into the details of the types. Follow this PPT with a worksheet on energy transfers found in my profile!
LozChem
Le sexisme

Le sexisme

Set of resources geared towards GCSE students on the topics of sexism which includes a presentation and several reading and grammar activities.
MrLoutre
Energy circus practical experiment / activity.

Energy circus practical experiment / activity.

Energy stores and transfers activity (new GCSE 9-1). Get a FREE resource! Details below. This is a high quality, differentiated, easy to use and ready to use practical activity. ENERGY - THE LANGUAGE HAS CHANGED: Tes is littered with energy resources teaching to the old spec. it would be wrong to use these to teach with today (some even say they are new spec. 9-1 – but they not). Please don’t risk teaching your classes incorrectly ! This resource is an engaging energy circus practical experiment for students. It allows students to learn the subject properly and clearly with differentiated and unique activity sheets you cannot get anywhere else. WHY BUY THIS ? Many many hours of effort went in to writing these unique and accurate resources Tried and trusted, differentiated and complete. You can rely on this activity to give an accurate and superior learning experience. WHAT DO I GET? High ability activity sheet – for use during the circus practical. Medium/lower ability activity sheet – for use during the circus practical. Answer sheet. Equipment list (to give to your technicians) HOW DO I USE IT? Teach the students about the 8 stores and the 4 transfers and then let them do the highly engaging and accurate to 9-1 spec activities as the main part of your lesson. Then self or peer mark the sheets (answers provided). OR, FIND A FULLY COMPLETE AND READY TO GO LESSON HERE: Energy stores and transfers 9-1 spec AGES Activity for ages 11 to 16 where ever you live (so KS3/KS4 and USA grades 6 to 10). GET A FREE RESOURCE! Purchase this resource, leave a fair review and choose another Barclayfox resource (to the same value as this one) for free! Just email your tes username and your chosen resource to It’s as simple as that ! OTHER BARCLAYFOX RESOURCES: My website is called foxteach - all the same high quality resources but between 25% to 60% off! Tes won’t allow a link here, but figure out the obvious clue below and type it into your browser and grab some bargains! www (dot) foxteach (dot) com There are lots more great time saving lessons in my tes shop: Barclayfox’s shop Or, perhaps have a glance at some of my other high quality lessons… Specialised cells - KS3 bio Exothermic and endothermic - KS4 Chemistry Happy teaching! Barclayfox.
barclayfox
World Book Day in German for Years 9 - 11

World Book Day in German for Years 9 - 11

I designed this resource for an able Year 9 group, but you could use it for GCSE groups too. You could start by reading out the book descriptions on page 3, and pupils guess the book you are describing. Then pupils have to match up the images of the book covers, authors and main characters. Then they use the sheet to compose their own book review. It’s differentiated, so all can manage phrases from the yellow box, and some will also manage ones from the green. You might want to give out the text of the book descriptions you started with, you may prefer not to. A nice plenary with an able group is to get them reading out their book reviews, and pupils guess which book they are describing. Hope it’s useful!
rhoneywill