Teacher Time Savers
Teacher Time Savers
3.883333333333333316 reviews

We all know how many hours teachers work everyday. My motivation for setting up this shop is to give you more time, by providing ready to use resources. You will find teaching resources in the form of activities, lesson plans, power points and assessments. You will also find display resources for you to simply print, laminate and put up on your classroom wall. I have been a teacher for 7 years, and a Learning Support Assistant prior to that. My background is in Museum Learning and Education.

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This lesson was used as part of a Good to Outstanding CPD session.

The lesson was aimed at a lower ability group, but could easily be adapted for a higher ability or mixed ability group. The lesson centred around Independent Learning. As my independent learning activities had been successful with higher ability groups, I wanted to see if they could be used with lower ability groups too.

The aim was for students to be grouped in mixed ability groupings and for each group to be given a particular character and investigate what their life may have been like in the 19th Century. The groups would then feedback to the group with what they had found.

During the research time, groups would be given newsflashes, to assess learning and progress. I gave students specific pieces of information - attached, but also let them have access to the internet and textbooks.

The plenary was a hot seat activity where students' could ask questions about the lives of each character.

The lesson was graded good.

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