A collection of quick and engaging interactive whiteboard starters to be played in the same way as the gameshow catchphrase. Answer a question correctly and move a square. Then try and gues the cathphrase. Smartboard notebook file.
This is a completely original, never seen before resource, as it has been created by myself. I have used the GCSE criteria from both AQA and Edexcel to create a 1-9 style APP grid to help pupils to see what they need to do at each grade band in order to meet the criteria for each assessment objective for the new style GCSE paper 1, pre 1914 task.<br />
The bandings are based on where the skills would fall on old A*-C but ramped up for vigour, using the new terminology. You'll see when you look at the sheet.<br />
The question is styled on an AQA style question and is original - not the current AQA SAMs that are out there - so this gives you something new to work with.<br />
Not only that, the lesson then teaches students HOW to write an answer to a question that focusses on language and structure, naming the techniques.<br />
If you're struggling to teach the new GCSEs, the format of this lesson and the resources with it, will really help you! <br />
The whole resource is the assessment, marking sheet, full lesson and all of the lesson resources. <br />
The next lesson will be to give pupils their books back and get them to attempt to continue marking - after you have marked their work! <br />
Watch them make progress!
This is a training session that I deliver to all of the teachers that I train - at various stages of their career - although NQTs have been the ones that have got the most of it. It is yet another piece of my work that has been seen being used in training sessions where people have paid to go - so blatantly stolen. For that reason, so that no-one else makes a profit out of my work - I offer it out freely to all of my training and teaching colleagues and hope that you get a great deal out of all of the work that I have put in here!
Germany GCSE History – Reichstag Fire
This is one of many lessons that I have uploaded on the history of Germany for GCSE pupils. All of the lessons can be taught together, but each covers a topic so can also be picked up separately. For ease of locating, the title stem is the same: 'Germany GCSE History -'. This is a full PowerPoint lesson, ready to teach, and any relevant resources are also uploaded with it. This lesson’s LO: To come to a conclusion about who started the Reichstag Fire from looking at different sources of information
Intended to be printed and laminated for a wall display on literary devices. Uses examples from a lot of modern films (lots of Harry Potter!) to make explanations clear and relevant to pupils.
I hope it comes in handy.
These ‘Library Challenge’ cards were made for my class library, but they could be used in a school library as well. The idea was just to get the children excited about reading and properly engaged with the books, and they’ve really enjoyed working through the activities – an added bonus being that I use this work to decorate the walls of our library. <br />
There’s a selection of 10 Library Challenge Cards, plus a ‘Library Challenge of the Week’ which just allows for changing things up a little without having to print and laminate more cards.
Spring /Easter Poetry Learning Intention : to compose Spring Poems/ Easter Poems<br />
PowerPoint presentation which provides a stimulus for a variety of poetry forms- including acrostic style and free verse.<br />
Some Spring poems to read, enjoy and perform. <br />
Vocabulary and word wall is provided to stimulate composition . <br />
In addition, some clip art and a few pro formas for 2nd draft display or publication.<br />
I have included several slide files in the preview so teachers can peruse the resource more comprehensively.<br />
Hope your learners enjoy composing Spring and Easter poems.<br />
Many thanks for free use clip art provided by http://www.clipartlord.com
A PowerPoint and worksheets for revision and notes for each topic for Paper 2 - Language Varieties. The student version sheet has each topic (Language and Occupation, Language and Region, Language and Gender and Language and Social Groups) in the middle of a spider diagram with the theorist around it with space for them to fill in the theory/research for each. The teacher version has detailed answers. These would also be ideal for displays.