An interactive way of teaching how to make a Powerpoint. Each slide teaches how to use a different tool by actually using it on the slide. To use make multiple copies for your class so they can save their work. Replacement for previously (accidentally) deleted resource!
A fun, interactive quiz with 18 common sounds that have to be matched to the relevant picture from Lilian Ray and MyFlashQuiz.
There is applause for the correct answer and a score shown at the end.
Browser options and security settings can sometimes stop files running correctly when run directly from a remote site. If this happens, simply save it the file to your computer first and then open it.
This grid has automatic calculations that allows teachers to easily enter controlled assessment breakdown marks as well as UMS points for listening and reading, resulting in a predicted number of UMS points and a GCSE grade.
Applicable to the former AQA GCSE Specification.
Adaptable to EdExcel.
Power point on theory of Battery s39 Criminal Justice Act 1988
• There are varied (socratic) questions contained within the power point to further assist the checking and learning of students as the theory is being delivered.
• Some case facts are contained on the power point, however, students should be encouraged to read the full facts of cases to familiarise with legal reading.
Assessment - Three activity sheets
• To enhance and accelerate the learning on the offence.
• These activities are from basic, mix and match case facts to legal principles, and scenarios requiring the application of the law.
• These techniques have been tried and tested leading students to achieving predominantly grades A* - C.
• Feedback from students has been positive in respect to the consistent problem solving from the beginning of learning the substantive aspect of A-level Law.
This EDITABLE Language Arts Teacher Grade Book and Data Tracking binder is designed to keep you organized when teaching, grading, or tracking students' progress in your Language Arts classroom...ALL on TWO pages!
Track Reading Progress
✐Reading Assessments (Formative & Summative)
-Speaking & Listening
✐Reading Strategy Grades, Goals and Observations
✐Reading Conference Goals & Observations
✐Built-In Tabs to Quickly Jump to Each Student
Track Writing Progress
✐Writing Assessments (Formative & Summative)
✐Writing Conference Goals & Observations
✐Writing Traits Accomplishments, Goals and Observations
-1 Editable document to type up to 30 students names into. (PowerPoint required)
-Printing and setup instructions
-PDF document for writing students names in by hand
-1 Font required for use on Mac computers
Works perfectly for teachers using standards based grading, regular/traditional grading and report cards, balanced literacy, Four Blocks literacy model, Big Blocks literacy model, and more!
This resource works best when printed double-sided. Please refer to your printer's documentation.
A clever Excel spreadsheet to track or measure your students' progress across the year. This is geared towards A-Level teachers but would work well for FE, HE and secondary teachers too. Using this will assist you in demonstrating 'Progress over Time' for any looming Ofsted inspection.
The sheet caters for up to 25 students per class and tracks their progress in relation to their minimum target grade (MTG). Average grades update as you complete assessments.
Using it is really easy!
All light blue cells are for data/text entry, all dark blue cells are drop down boxes and everything else is protected from accidental clicks. At the bottom of the table is a box where you can amend the raw marks available for each type of assessment - just use 'quiz' (deep blue drop-down for assessment type) if you would prefer to see everything as a percentage of 100.
The formulae are protected but I've included the unlock code (1234) for those of you who feel confident enough to personalise it further.