I have created this target sheet to be stuck on the inside cover of Year 1 children’s English books. All the targets are for the new curriculum 2014. <br />
*If you find any errors please let me know, i’ll get it fixed ASAP for you :)*<br />
The objectives from the National Curriculum are used under free use and re-use for all purposes, both commercial and non-commercial – the Open Government Licence<br />
All images are taken from http://www.wpclipart.com/education/animal_alphabet/index.html<br />
and are free from copywright<br />
The GCSE History Question Generator presents 101 challenging questions mapped to the curriculum that students can select at random to discuss.<br />
You can use it as a starter activity, as a plenary, a revision tool or midway through a lesson to energise students and stretch their thinking.<br />
The toolkit is complete, self-contained and ready-to-use. Simply play from the fourth slide and invite students to pick a button at random. Each one reveals a different question which will get students thinking deeply about the subject.<br />
The GCSE History Question Generator will give your lessons a new dimension, motivating and engaging the students you teach!
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
This lovely lesson gives children the chance to study, appreciate and replicate nature using everyday school art materials including pencils and watercolour paints. Written instructions are provided for the class to comprehend and follow, and the lesson comes with a creative extension activity plus a writing activity for early finishers. The lesson provides the opportunity to go outside plus an alternative if that isn't an option. PowerPoint includes brief lesson input with watercolour video link and reflective self-evaluation plenary sheets are also included. Part of a 6 lesson art & DT unit designed to match local area study, nature or woodland topics - available to buy from the TES
Are you teaching your students about different materials? Are you focusing a lesson on the uses of plastics? Are you looking for some visual support to help make your teaching more effective? I have collected 30 images of items made out of plastic which you could use as a discussion focus or print out to make into a colourful, eye catching display.<br />
You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different uses of plastics being shown in each of photos.<br />
You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about the use of plastic in our lives.<br />
The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into the different uses of plastic. The students can then discuss why they think plastic was a good choice in each case. <br />
The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.<br />
planning for Year 1 for Spring first half<br />
new curriculum<br />
Plan has school logo on and may reference outside resources or resources I plan to make.<br />
Clipart from word used - free on any computer<br />
Plans may make reference to free websites to enhance the lesson.
**This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team**
Resource UPDATED August 2016. Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings.
This highly visual presentation contains 67 slides that will get your learners thinking about electricity and electric circuits. Scaffolded note-taking worksheets for pupils, homework assignments and a quiz are also provided. Appropriate for your Year 7 or Year 8 pupils. Learning objectives covered in this resources are listed below.
• By the end of this lesson, pupils should know:
1. that electricity is a form of energy.
2. that current electricity can be produced from cells, batteries or the mains
3. that there are a range of appliances in the home, which use electricity.
4. that we can represent components by symbols.
5. that current electricity flows in conductors but not in insulators.
6. that a complete path is needed from one side of the battery to the other for electricity to flow.
7. how a switch works.
8. that there are two types of circuit, series and parallel.
9. that current is measured in Amps.
10. that current is measured using an ammeter.
11. how to connect and use an ammeter.
12. that in a series circuit, the current is the same all the way round the circuit.
13. that in a parallel circuit, the current is shared but not lost or used up.
14. that the current in a series circuit depends upon the number and type of components used.
15. that a battery is a store of electrical energy.
16. that voltage is a measure of the amount of energy or push given to the current.
17. that more cells in series equals more voltage.
18. that the effect of voltage upon current and bulb brightness.
19. that an electric current causes a wire to become hot. .
20. that the bigger the current, the higher the temperature of the wire.
21. that if too much current flows, the wire will melt.
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A fun experiment using eggs to test what material will do the best job at protecting them from breaking. It is linked to a topic on Space. The children loved trying to protect their egg astronauts (Eggonauts).
Need: eggs, variety of materials, metre ruler and a tray. (for egg to land in)
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**UPDATED June 2016** Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings.
This resource pack includes a highly visual and engaging 33-slide PowerPoint presentation that teaches magnetism to year 7 or year 8 pupils. Scaffolded note-taking worksheets for learners have been customized to go along with these PowerPoint presentations. Two additional worksheets and a quiz are also included. The learning objectives are listed below.
By the end of this series of lessons, pupils will:
1) be introduced to the discovery and history of magnets
2) know the elements that have magnetic properties
3) observe how magnets attract or repel each other and attract some materials and not others
4) compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of whether they are attracted to a magnet, and identify some magnetic materials
5) describe magnets as having 2 poles
6) predict whether 2 magnets will attract or repel each other, depending on which poles are facing
7) know that materials contain groups of spinning electrons called domains
8) know that the domains are aligned in magnetic materials
9) know that the domains of a non-magnetic material are not aligned
10) learn about magnetic fields by plotting with compass, representation by field lines
11) learn about Earth’s magnetism, compass and navigation
12) explore the magnetic fields of permanent and induced magnets, and the Earth’s magnetic field
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Want to end your lessons with a bang? Pupils fed up of noughts and crosses every other lesson? Well plenarise to your heart's content with this huge plenary games pack for all seasons!
Games can be used in all subjects - it's you who decides the questions!