Popoid Images - I love them. This is just the sort of thing I always intend to get round to doing. They will be so useful! Cheeky I know, but I don't suppose you have any for any other construction toys?
A documentary details the techniques used by the first truly media savvy politician. How Harold Wilson constructed a TV image, and even tried to change the scheduling to improve his vote.
Who are the 'ordinary people?'. An analysis of media audiences. Why can't politicians just be themselves on TV? How do props and costumes change audience perceptions of public figures? What is the 'power of television?'
This contains a demonstration of several constructions, with gif images (short moving images) that show how to do the constructions, as well as some diagrams. Students have found this particularly useful as they do not need to watch an entire video demonstration to work out what to do next, but can look at the stage they are at. Saved me a lot of time going around the room and repeating myself!
Photos and pictures of Building Sites, Excavations and Foundation constructions in the swampy bottom of Amsterdam City.
You find here illustrative images, in high resolution and free to download, of building sites in the wet delta of The Netherlands. They show special digging techniques like sheet piling, necessary to construct safe excavation-sites in the wet ground of city Amsterdam. For making strong building-concrete foundations for the new buildings.
This resource shows a special part of our urban photography of the city Amsterdam by duo HilFo: Fons Heijnsbroek and Hilly van Eerten.
The photos present also the modern construction equipments and machineries, used by the contemporary building workers in recent constructions - circa 2014.
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
This is a story that can be made into a book - it has 12 spreads.
The tutorial talks in first person of a child, who introduces different types of houses across the world.
Use this to initiate conversations about why we live where we live, why do some people choose to live on stilts, in tents, and in igloos?
Talk about what they do during winter, summer and during the rain.
This will get your drawing project off to a flying start teaching your students a range of different drawing skills and, if you wish, using a range of different media.
This bundle includes a photobank.
Three grid drawing resources.
Three differentiated drawing tasks.
Why not then move onto your students drawing their own keys or phone? This would also fit into any 'Close-Ups' scheme of work.
As some of the worksheets include key words I have also included my art and design glossary.
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We have developed this report template and additional worksheets, organizers, tools and forms to use for your students to create, develop, write, edit, illustrate, present, and assess their mission report. This template can be for their formal report or utilized as a study guide to develop their report for them to type or write on their own. This packet is designed for you to pick and choose the parts of the report that you’d like to use, or just use it all! The first part of this report is question about missions and mission life in general, and another part is for students to choose one mission and research it. We encourage you to have your students use a wide variety of resources to gather the necessary information to complete this report.
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1.Long banners spelling ‘Building site’ and ‘construction site’
2.Extra large lettering to head display
3.Patterned and plain backing paper to use for display if needed.
4.Display border to edge wall display
5.Danger keep out long sign and A4 sign
6.10 multicultural face masks and hard hats to use for role play
7.Builder hand puppets
9.Under construction sign
10.Work in progress sign and workman sign
11.Signs to use around the role play area, including: apology for maintenance work, warning, site entrance caution, danger construction site, digger
12.Fire exit, first aid, gloves to be worn, hard hats to be worn, high visibility jacket to be worn, keep out, visitors to reception, site entrance this way, wear boots sign etc
13.Site safety sign
14.Write for purpose sheets including design sheet, ideas sheet, inspection log, jobs to do list, customer feedback form, stock order form, message pad, sketch sheet, telephone bookings log etc
15.Role play badges
16.Resources folder and spine labels, drawer label
17.Resources sack tag
18.Extra large picture to use as props in role play
19.Key word cards with pictures
21.Extra large questions to display around role play area such as ‘What material do we need?’
22.Writing booklet cover to keep pupils project work together