Engaging, fun and challenging complete SPaG lesson with differentiated learning objectives that teaches how to punctuate direct speech with inverted commas. Also extends to adding speech punctuation and replacing said. Children then work through 4 activities designed to develop their understanding using different skills. They identify, create and explain, with the more able going on to a challenging extension activity. There is also a fun activity in there too that your class will love. Self/peer-assessment plenary is also included to really help cement the learning in their minds and potentially make marking easier for you too. Aimed at Year 3 from the 2014 curriculum guidance but could be taught to Y2 and Y4 as well or any class that needs a reminder! Teachers' notes and answers included along with starter activity, teaching input (including video link) and plenary all on the PowerPoint. All images either sourced from openclipart.com or owned by tftf.
A quiz that can be used at any time of the year, but created for World Book Day 2015. The quiz can be used in lessons and completed individually or in teams, in form time, whole-school or across year groups ... any variation will work. It contains questions that will appeal to all year groups and not exclusively just to pupils who read.<br />
The pack contains a Powerpoint (and PDF version) file called 'Book Quiz WBD 2015' that can be used by the teacher to guide a class through the quiz. There is a file called 'Quiz answer Sheet - Student' for pupils to complete and one called 'Quiz Answer Sheet - Teacher' which has all of the correct answers added. These are uploaded as Word and PDF files. A file called 'Image Credits' has the full credits for all the Creative Commons images used.
A fantastic optical illusion. Could be used as a starter in Physics, Biology or Art. I have used this several times for Science Week assemblies - a hall full of students audibly stunned at how their own eyes work. Strongly recommended.
This collection of songs contains a wealth of information about the Viking world along with appropriate and useful illustrations. ”Sailors, Adventurers and Warriors” gives a brief history of where the Vikings came from. “Jorvik Market” brings to life the various people you would have been likely to meet whilst doing your shopping in Viking Times. “Viking House” , “The Longship”, “Viking Clothes” and “Viking Women's Household Chores” all contain accurate information regarding Viking society. “Thor The Thunderer” provides a brief insight into Viking religion.<br />
This set of songs consists of:<br />
* 14 mp3 files, with both vocal and piano backing tracks<br />
* PDF of the music and lyrics<br />
* illustrated PowerPoint of each song for use with digital projectors and whiteboards<br />
* Word document of the lyrics.<br />
No licence is required for performing any of my material, and the music and lyrics may be copied freely for use within or by your school.<br />
Suitable for any nature based study/topic - or for simply an inspiring writing lesson! This complete, engaging & imaginative, creative writing or Big Writing stimuli lesson that can be applied to many different writing genres. Children discuss ideas and then plan by answering the thought provoking questions which enable a wealth of ideas to be generated for the writing. Planning sheet has space for 5 sense descriptions, VCOP elements and purpose, audience and genre notes to help meet the new 2014 curriculum. Starter activity é 2 widths of line guides/writing sheets included plus optional paragraph planning sheet, custom art sheet and self-assessment plenary activity mean that this lesson's length is flexible and could easily last for 2 hours if you wanted it to and comes with 3 different options for delivery over 1,2 or 3 lessons. Lesson is aimed at KS2 but suitable for more able KS1 and KS3 as it is differentiated by outcome.
These worksheets are designed to be used time and again with different books. <br />
These are designed to be used in guided reading sessions. Many of the worksheets are designed in such a way that a student can complete them independently. However, to get the maximum out of this book, I would highly recommend these worksheets are used to consolidate the learning taking place in the classroom.<br />
Another use of this set of worksheets is additional homework sheets. I have used these sheets very effectively as a way of checking to see if students have read their book and do fully understand what they have read. <br />
I hope you enjoy this book and that your students are inspired to take a more active, more motivated role in their own learning.
Year 11 GCSE (Higher) RADIATION FOR LIFE OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 13-14 (P4g) 1) …background radiation comes from waste products and man made sources 2) …tracers are used in industry to find leaking or blocked pipes 3) …radioactive carbon can be used to date once living material
A blank lesson plan template suitable for any primary year group - includes references for National Curriculum, differentiated success criteria, notes for lesson content, AfL, differentiation and resources. Very easy to use.
This resource is a blank template for lessons in German ("Stundenverlaufsplanung") as commonly used in the German school system and teacher training. German language educators may use it to schedule the various lesson phases (such as elaboration, exercise, documentation) and map factors such as length, learning objectives, student and teacher activities and teaching methods.
I am a Science Teacher who has developed and shared this template with members of my department in order to provide a lesson plan that fits on one page, is quick and simple to fill and ticks Ofsted criteria.
This small unit of work is a minimum 3 hours of creative fun that inspire, challenge and boost students self confidence in drawing. No matter if you are an art specialist or not this power point will have you look like an expert and engage the students.
tonal study starter
perspective intro PowerPoint
how to draw one point perspective
marking scheme print out
This is a power point that enables all students to draw in one point perspective. There are 9 slides in total holding numerous animations to enable a step by step procedure for your students to easily follow along with.
I use this in my lessons and have found this to be good for students with low self-esteem and basic skills as it shows them how to start the drawing. It was also good for the gifted and talented students as they are encouraged to creatively and independently explore details using perspective rules.
Why this product was designed:
To promote self-confidence at an early age in students own ability to draw 3D realistic imagery on a 2D surface.
Intended use for a lesson:
This product is meant to be used in a lesson that is based on architecture and/or architectural drawing where the teacher requires an outcome in one point perspective. I have started students drawing on A5 size paper (half of a regular printer size paper) so they can practise their skills. After learning one point perspective I’ll have my student go onto drawing two point perspective and finally from there I’ll have students draw on A4 (regular size computer printer paper) in the choice of one or two point perspective. This product is meant as a student follow along power point that teaches the students the rules in one point perspective.
Lesson 1 will teach students the basic rules of 1 point perspective while they copy line for line the first two buildings.
It then encourages students to use the rules they have just learnt to continue drawing the rest of their cityscape creatively in 1 point perspective.
Lesson 2 focuses on creatively adding details and structural elements into the students building on a step by step basis.
Lesson 3 focuses on shading the buildings. Here the lesson would benefit by starting with the drawing tonal starter work sheet in order to get the student thinking about tones.
Attached is a word document that I use with my GCSE (15 year old) students for their art exam. I tend to give them this document at the beginning of the project so as they work throughout the project they have access to the sentence starters when they need as many of my students tend to complete their writing tasks at home.
The sentence starters/ annotation frame work give suggestions on how students can start writing about their work and works of other artists. I've found this very helpful for the less able students.
This document includes sentence starters for writing about a:
- Statement of Intent
- Artist Research and Links
- Primary or Secondary images
- Observational studies
- Media trials
- Evaluation of Final piece
It also has a list of key words that could be used within the annotations and tips on how to be successful.
If you choose to purchase this and find it very useful please leave me a rating to let others know what you thought. If this is something you have found extremely helpful please tweet, FB share, cut and paste the link into emails and share the link with other teachers in order to help them.
More student exemplar materials.
More printable materials including:
Scheme of work tick list
This Art based Scheme of Work consists of 11 lessons around the study of Sea Life. Drawing in black and white, colour and 3-D sculpture building are included.
Some of the lessons will take longer than one hour. By the end of the lessons your classroom will have creative and colourful sea life all about. My students really enjoyed letting their creative side take over to dream up some interesting creatures.
Please see the preview for an idea of what each lesson is like.
Any ideas or feedback to improve this scheme of work would be greatly appreciated.
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
This resource focuses on differentiation and using a wide range of teaching styles.
This powerpoint can be used to support teachers planning of all children including those with SEND.
The elements that are focused on are:
-watching a video to unpick different types of differentiation and then focused activities
-discussion in groups
- barriers to children's learning and how to overcome them
-how to plan giving one example
This 16-page download is full of lists of ways to differentiate instruction, sorted by low preparation to high preparation. There is a checklist for lesson planning with differentiation. It also includes ways to differentiate products and tips on assigning various ways to differentiate. Ideas are for K - 12.