6 poetry lessons I taught to re-cap poems and to allow the pupils to strengthen overall knowledge. We looked at nature, love and suffering. Lessons go through how to analyse and answer the exam questions.
A concise revision guide that focuses on all aspects of WJEC Engineering - Exam.
This resources also includes the following areas:
Investigation and development
Active revision session, fully resources for WJEC 2017+ Weather, Climate and Ecosystems unit. Used in preparation for Year 11 mock exams. Attached powerpoint supports students learning - teacher led, but could be adapted to encourage more group/paired work and active revision strategies.
A collection of poems that I have collated that can be used for comparison in the style of the WJEC Lit exam.
The poems are also designed to raise student interest in poetry (I made it clear that some of these poems would never be chosen as exam texts).
I used the poems as a starter each lesson, drip feeding in skills.
WJEC Construction revision guide for Unit 1 - Safety and Security in Construction. This contains all elements from the exam including: Legislation, Safety Signs, Fire Extinguishers, Role H&S Executive, Identify Hazards / Hazard Effects,Risk, Control Measures, Security, Measure Risk, As well as a number of Worksheets
This is for the Built Environment specification.
Scheme of work developed to prepare students for the English Language Unit Two examination. Topic focuses on WWII. Aiming to develop skills for high tariff questions and develop the important skills needed for the new specification. Links to articles can be found in footnotes of powerpoint.
A comprehensive 11 slide lesson on 'Dulce et Decorum Est'. Includes an active starter, an annotated copy of the poem, a link to a ten minute clip on gas attacks in WW1, an activity in which students complete an unseen reading of the poem and finally an independent activity in which students analyse quotations from the text. The final slide gives suggestions for wider reading.
6 part lesson series for the WJEC Eduqas GCSE module Changing Places (Theme 1). This is the Mumbai section of the module. Specifically designed for the new WJEC Eduqas GCSE. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required.
All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style.
1 - Mumbai - Megacity
2 - Mumbai’s changing population
3 - Quality of life in Mumbai
4 - Challenges facing Mumbai
5 - Sustainable Mumbai
6 - Sustainable Mumbai (2)
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Component 1 for WJEC/Eduqas portfolio templates.
Students need to log and develop their chosen stimulus, practitioner and changes in ideas.
These sheets are a guide and students can then add multiple sheets for areas they wish to explore further and develop.
This lesson was designed for Year 11 as a reminder of how to answer each ‘style’ exam question.
Students are given a pack of student copies of model answers. I ‘walked’ students through how to approach each style question, providing sentence stems where possible and modeled expectations. Students then annotated their student copy of answers and fed back. The actual marks awarded are then revealed to students and highlighted according to the skill demonstrated which meets the success criteria. Students then planned answers to the questions in exercise book as a class or independently.
At the end students where given a copy of the marked model answers, and the ppt was printed and laminated for them into a ‘flip chart’ style cue card set to support with independent study
This lesson is about the family, types of family and its importance to religion. It has been planned for a low ability Y9 class and incorporates checking and exam practice. A home learning activity is provided also.