This clip features two people who have disabilities, one in employment and one who is not. The Disability Discrimination Act requires 'reasonable adjustment' to be made to enable those with particular needs to work.
Laminated bookmark sets for each Assessment Level/Grade. Each student takes the one that reflects his/her current status, attaches it to the sketchbook with a treasury tag and writes planned action/s on the back using a drywipe pen.
Laminated bookmark sets for each Assessment Objective. Each student takes the one that reflects his/her current status, attaches it to the sketchbook with a treasury tag and writes planned action/s on the back using a drywipe pen.
ne powerpoint and three worksheets (quiz, information and self evaluation task) with activities relating to getting KS4 and KS5 students to think about time management, this lesson can be delivered in a tutorial before making a revision timetable.
In this Paraphrasing PowerPoint, students will learn the difference between writing a summary, paraphrase, and quotation, and the six basic steps to paraphrasing. Includes a practice slide for students to paraphrase, a partner checklist, and a 5 question quick check up on their understanding of paraphrasing, summarizing, and using quotations in their own writing. - Greg Smith
Confusing Words Beat the Clock PowerPoint game. A fun interactive way to practice identifying commonly confused words. (there, their, they're) Students are given two sentences and have thirty seconds each to identify the correct confusing words that go in each sentence. They can work with a partner and use wipe-off white boards or write the answers down on paper. After time is up, the answers will disappear. (Timer is built in) Click again to check answers. Advance slide with another click to start with a new set of sentences. Grades 4 and up. Supports common core for frequently confused words! 36 sentences in all. - HappyEdugator