On my travels as a KS2 and KS3 music teacher I have developed these posters to help children recognise what level they are working at. I encourage children to refer to them as often as possible and they went down well with OFSTED recently. I hope someone else finds them helpful! :0)
Based on the original 'Level Descriptors for Writing&', each level description has been re-written in child friendly language.\nIf attainment is highlighted, they can serve as a very visual means of annotating the progress and next steps required for individual children.
A ppt that asks question about community and the law and what happened during the riots and after.
PSHE based to allow/encourage discussion on Youth today, the law, community and parents/family.
I will be using this as part of a behaviour curriculum set of work through out the new term.
This unit is a great start to the basics of computing. Students produce a revision guide to evidence their learning. They take two test papers for assessment throughout the unit (test paper and answer provided). Overall assessment checklist provided for both student and teacher feedback.<br />
Lesson 1 Human Computer<br />
Lesson 2 Software<br />
Lesson 3 Hardware<br />
Lesson 4 Algorithms<br />
Lesson 5 Using ICT at Home and School<br />
Lesson 6 Revision<br />
Lesson 7 Cycle Test Two<br />
Lesson 8 Databases (1)<br />
Lesson 9 Databases (2)<br />
Lesson 10 Revision <br />
Lesson 11 Final Cycle Assessment
A full Primary ICT Scheme of work structure with learning objectives and curriculum structure documents. <br />
I have included the main sections broken down below, each document breaks them down in detail. Sourced from several people including myself an Advanced Skills ICT teacher and edited into one complete scheme. <br />
Digital research - Researching, finding information etc... <br />
Creating and Publishing - Anything that involves presenting information in some way using ICT- word processing, presentations, blogging, websites etc... <br />
Digital Media - Photo editing and image manipulation, video and video editing, audio recording, editing / manipulation and animation (some animation can also be programming)<br />
Programming and Control - making something ‘happen’ using ICT (control, movement etc..).<br />
Modelling and Simulations - Representing real life situations, scenarios or items on the computer.<br />
Using Data - Spreadsheets (including using formulas), databases and any other work which involves either sorting, presenting or manipulating data of some sort, datalogging may also be included in this area.<br />
Electronic communication and E-Safety - E-mails, Collaborative working, Video Conferencing etc… (this area may be covered cross-curricularly.) Although E-safety should be included within all elements of ICT some teachers may wish to couple this within their PSHE lessons also. We have a separate e-safety policy within school. <br />
Using a computer - mouse skills, typing, understanding how computers work etc (this area maybe ongoing throughout the year.)<br />
The pack also includes a whole school explanation of the Whole School Structure, justifying the whole scheme with exemplar school values AND as a bonus I have included a Parental E-Safety agreement that can be sent out to parents to sign. <br />
This will save any ICT-Coorindator or Headteacher a TON of time.<br />