This is a class activity where we compared the basic bird's eye views from the unit: globe, map, sattelite photo and aerial photo. You could have students first do this activity in groups and then bring ideas together as a group.
Students decided that ideas that were the same should be written near the centre where the lines joined.
End of year quiz to use with all secondary year groups and classes, maybe years 5 and 6 too.
Quiz contains celebrity mash up, current years news questions, movies, general knowledge and music and theme tunes round.
Questions, Answers and MUSIC all contained in one easy to follow PowerPoint. Very easy to use, minimal work from the teacher:)
Pupils loved it, enjoy and have a great summer break.
Designed to reduce planning time & focus on key learning phases within a lesson. (Will still require thinking!) Remember - Sept. 2014 - Ofsted no longer require a lesson plan for lessons, but evidence of ‘a planned lesson!’ Useful for coaching and mentoring NQTs; or with established colleagues for paired observations. “Stickability” = What will stick in students minds as they leave your lesson? What key point do you want them to remember? Now translated into 8 languages. Pin your plan? bit.ly/5MinMapped Contact me @TeacherToolkit Updated Oct 2014
A bundle of resources designed to cut teacher work load at the beginning of the academic year.
Gifted and talented policy
Health and safety policy
Yearly organiser with all the important dates
Report comment bank
Art technician duty list
Student feedback form
Higher order questioning
Cross curricular links in art
This simple visual aid will make taking the lunch count each day so much more simple; use this as a simple classroom management tool. This visual aid makes taking the lunch count a simple picnic! Affix each of the five mini-posters on the wall in a prominent place for the students to be able to reach and manipulate. Place each student’s name on a clothespin with a black marker and clip to the “Present” mini-poster. As part of opening school routines and procedures, teach your students, as they arrive to the classroom first thing in the morning, to take their clothespin and clip to one of the appropriate mini-posters to indicate their lunch plans for the day which might be: (1) a hot school lunch; (2) a salad from the salad bar at school; (3) a salad that is solely fruit from the school salad bar; and/or (4) the student may have brought his/her lunch from home. The clothespins which are never moved indicate those students who are either tardy and/or absent. At the conclusion of the day, have a designated student to remove all of the clothespins from the prospective choices, and return them all to the “Present” sign.