powerpoint focusing on act 3 scene 5- looking at Juliet in more detail
A simple Powerpoint showing how pupils can vary sentences for effect. Originally used within an interview lesson, but can be adapted to suit a range of needs.
a simple sheet listing evidence you can use for each standard. I followed this advice and completed my folder by Feb half term- collect little and often- don't leave it until last minute!! (I was on PGCE but applies to SKITT and GTP courses too)
simple powerpoint to use at end of lesson.
this is the template I used during my PGCE- I often did a cycle of 3-5 lessons to ensure progress and attention to targets set.
A simple lesson plan template.
a guide to writing diaries. my class performed theirs as monologues as well.
differences between accents and dialects
Really simple to use- brilliant for PGCE/ NQT observations as ensures you think about everything!
QTS standards for PGCE year and lesson observation criteria. comes with handy check box to tick off when you have met each standard.
Does what it says on the tin- a lesson to begin the unit of the Willow Pattern Play by Judith Johnson
a number of resources based around character relationships within the text
simple worksheet to help guide pupils
1 Assessment Focus per A4 page.
a great way of breaking answers down
analysing the structure of a text
lesson plan introducing diary task
A ready to use Powerpoint presentation guide to transcribing speech. Language and linguistic analysis technique for your students.
this is the tracker I made.the knowledge section is where you write down ANYTHING that helps you understand the standard- lectures, meetings, lessons, etc. (most of your uni course sessions are referenced to the standards) the PRACTICE section is where you write down what you have actually collected as evidence, e.g Lesson observation, date x/x/x, or statement signed by mentor etc. this proved to be a God send- hope it can help others on their training now I have completed it!!
a simple reminder of 5Ws at the start of an article
looking at a writer's choice of language- descriptive? emotive? etc. links to target audience and purpose.