Designed to meet the new 2014 curriculum, this challenging lesson comes with: starter activity, engaging and interactive lesson input and 2 fun plenary activities to choose from (a game and peer-assessment) all on the included PowerPoint. The enjoyable yet challenging learning activities have 3 levels of differentiation and are simply explained in the full teachers' notes, which also include answers for peer-assessment. This fantastic lesson has been created with enjoyment and challenge in equal measures.
9 worksheets that explain the rules for indices.<br />
Work through how to multiply and divide powers and see how to deal with a 'power of a power'.<br />
Understand and practise using negative and fractional indices.<br />
Includes mixed revision sheets and answer pages.<br />
DfE reference N7, N6<br />
Please review this resource.
This pack contains <br />
- 14 worksheets<br />
- A Powerpoint of the slides for use in class<br />
- Encourage students to explore rotational and reflective symmetry using patterns based on Rangoli, traditional Indian patterns often seen at festivals such as Divali.<br />
- Pupils can design their own patterns on both square and hexagonal grids.<br />
They can be used individually, and are equally valuable to supplement existing teaching materials, for<br />
• Homework • Reinforcement • Extension work • Mixed-age environments.
You will need a selection of Greek topic books for this lesson or access to the internet although I have linked to some reading material that you can print suitable for KS2 if you do not have any. <br />
The lesson starts with a reading for information modelled activity and how to take notes, proceeds to note taking and research and ends with a True or False quiz. There are ideas for running a Greek Olympics in your PE lesson included, for a maths lesson using historical sources and an English non fiction information text writing too. <br />
This lesson include a lesson plan which is differentiated and can be edited. Each notebook file has all you need to deliver the lesson with links to videos, pictures etc. They include learning objectives (layered for mixed ability classes), starter activities to do quietly whilst taking the register, engaging learning activities and plenaries.
By using a simple power point to explain adjectives, pupils practice using them, then identify them in a range of excellent character descriptions. Characters described by Dickens, JK Rowling, Ibbotson, Lemony Snicket and Rosemary Sutcliffe are examined and adjectives highlighted. Pupils are inspired to write better character descriptions of their own!
This is a 6 lesson topic exploring the music listened to and played during World War 2.<br />
The children will develop an understanding of the styles of music civilians and soldiers were listening to during the 1930's and 1940's including Vera Lynn, George Formby, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong etc. <br />
They will also learn how to play a simple swing/jazz piece of music (C Jam Blues), develop their improvisation skills and sing a fun Glenn Miller inspired song.<br />
By the end of the topic the class will have a good understanding of the music of World War 2, the instruments that make a jazz/big band, the role music and songs played during the war, what swing music is and how to improvise using the pentatonic scale.<br />
Overall, this topic will help children develop a range of skills including listening and appraisal, singing, musical instrument playing, improvising and performing.
Designed to be adaptable and flexible in length to suit your needs, this challenging yet engaging mini-project contains 12 separate & complete activities for your class to undertake that result in them creating all the details of a newly discovered remote island complete with a tribe of people. Packed with learning, creativity and the demonstration of acquired skills, the project is designed to keep your class occupied and learning for an entire day, with minimal input from you, but could even be extended over a longer period of time. The project is completely purpose driven with children engaging in research, independent learning, planning, persuasive writing, speaking and listening, art édesign and creative problem solving activities. Designed for pairs or 3’s in upper KS2, and to provide engagement and challenge for even the brightest members of the class whilst being accessible to all. Suitable also for KS3 and higher ability Y4.
3 different texts plus planning and prompt Qs on plan for years 5 and 6.Oliver Hydes Dishcloth party and Blitz (heroes) needs the parts marking onto it- if you read planning it is clear which part is which from prompt Qs
I created this resource for my Year 7 class. The first part of the lesson is based on mixed numbers, with the second half moving to a review of fractions.
The loop cards are in three sets. Green (easiest), amber (medium) and red (hard). If pupils finish these there is an extension question on the slide with an algebraic fraction. There is a multi choice plenary at the end as well.
Hopefully these will come in useful for yourself and your students!
These are from the Wigan LEA.
3 Question papers to assess children in Year 3 at the end of each term.
Answer sheets include a levelling guide so you can see roughly what level they have attained: 2B, 2A, 3C etc. So not geared towards the NC 2014.
This bundle provides a full coursework unit for the new GCSE Art specification. Aligned to both AQA and Edexcel specs. Included are scheme of work, step by step sketchbook guide, slideshows of relevant structure images, perspective slideshow and information on the new GCSE grades in relation to the present ones. Get all this for 48% cheaper than buying the resources individually.
This collection of work has been designed to help settle pupils and teachers into the new year. The 'How I feel about school' booklet provides an indication of the emotional feelings of the pupils. The student handbook provides practical support for the daily/weekly organisation of the pupils. The Phonics Record Keeping records are useful for pupils and parents to see how they are making progress. While the ' I don't want to!' resources and the 'Summer Shape' sorting activities are useful homework packages.