Not an original resource but highly effective. It's in the style of a Tex-Mex menu.
Powerpoint templates for setting a bank of differentiated homework tasks.
Slide 1: 12 possible tasks can be set; 4 levels of difficulty. Ideal for a six-week module of work where a bank of extra home-based tasks can be set in advance.
Slide 2: 4 possible tasks can be set. The other boxes in the grid can be used for help & notes.So the whole slide becomes a home-learning help-mat.
Slide 3: a sample version of the 4-task menu and help-mat.It uses the topic of building descriptions in French.
The Powerpoint format is easier to customize than Word. Teachers can add their school logos etc.
The pickn'mix approach works really well with pupils.
They can use the menu to choose a set of homework activities over a period of time.
3 MFL worksheets to be used as take away homework (for KS3)
Powerpoint worksheets, so can be adapted to what you are actually teaching your students.
These worksheets have been inspired by StephyMitch’s Nando’s resource
A poster I have in my room called 'Take Away Homework&', the pupils simple pick one to do, as if they were looking at the menu in a take away. These are D&T home works, but can be made generic in a few minutes. My poster is A1 in size so it is easy to see. The kids love it. @educationcpd
differentiated homework for the whole of chemical calculation topic for trilogy
All homework can be set weekly so edit the date accordingly.
Every week homework has 3 differentiated challenges depending on class ability