A quick starter for binary numbers, using the Magic numbers trick from http://www.mathmaniacs.org/lessons/01-binary/Magic_Trick/
I have made it into a powerpoint to be used by the teacher to wow the students when starting binary numbers. After this I used the PinkPopFizz workbook resource by clockmender on TES. It worked a treat.
Use these cards to play quiz quiz trade. Cut them out so each student has their own card with a French phrase and the English translation. Students need to be familiar with the vocab before starting.
Students stand up and find a partner. A reads the French phrase, B has to respond with what that means in English. A uses the English on her card to verify and to nudge B in the right direction. Once guessed, B reads her French phrase and A responds with English. Once both have done this, they swap their cards and go off and find another partner to begin again.
Some off the wall suggestions for what an ideal school would look like using conditional tense.\n\nWorksheet and sentences to generate from sheet; powerpoint gives correct answers. Get students to correct their own work as you project correct answers and highlight places where students often make mistakes.\n\nSee also ideal home https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Describe-my-ideal-home-6393414/
Use key verbs in conditional tense to describe ideal home.\n\nIncludes 'boy-friendly' outré vocab like shark pond, football pitch, space ship on Mars - happily girls like this too!\n\nSee also - ideal school https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Ideal-school-lesson-6450673/
This printable visual resource shows the names of Primary and Secondary colours in English, French, German, Spanish and Portugese. A useful resource for encouraging cross curricular teaching and learning.