Hi all,\n\nHow I did it;\n\n1. Had 'document 2' on their desks as the learners walked in as a connect/ starter (1 per team)\n\n2. Ask for learners feedback from their sheets, and them get the learners to come up with a speed distance time formula.\n\n3. Get them onto the task \n\nI did not get anywhere near as far into the task as I wanted to and its easily 2 of not 3 lessons.\n\n\nspeed, distance, time, circumference, applied maths, science, physics, space, planets, formulae
<p>Activity Plans for Role Play, Construction, Small World Play etc. Please use and adapt accordingly, SPEND MORE TIME OBSERVING THE LEARNING THROUGH PLAY, love your job, it’s the best job in the world!. Play takes huge energy and concentration. It is anything but recreation or relaxation. Bruce, 1991 Play is a process. It has no products. When the play ends, it vanishes as quickly as it arrived. Bruce, 1991 Bruce, T (1991) Time to Play in Early Childhood Education. London: Hodder and Stoughton</p>
Students will use note taking skills to paraphrase notes on third-person-point-of-view. Notes will provide and promote better writing when writing various text, constructed responses, and extended responses. Notes are excellent for understand which point of view a piece of text is written from, and changing a point of view when writing.