I used this KS1 friendly power point as an introduction to Nelson Mandela. It was a resource I found on TES and tweaked a little bit. I then made up a blank timeline with a list of events in his life. The children then cut out the events and put them on the timeline.\n\nPlease feedback and let me know what you think! Si.
This is our assembly on Nelson Mandela shortly after his passing. The music will not play in this format, however I played 'Ordinary Love&' by U2 as an introduction, a part of the movie &';Invictus' and the &'Rainbow song&'; at the end. It was a great assembly - there was complete silence during and great debates after.
This is the Powerpoint I use at the meeting for new parents coming to Reception. I add lots of photos of the current Reception class displaying things on each slide to make it more interesting and to give practical examples of their learning. Hope it's useful!
I wanted a simple tick sheet to track progress across the units in the maths blocks. I made this table in word with the success criteria so I can tick off when children achieve it with a colour and a date which can then be cross referenced with work in their books if they have recorded it.
Full lesson. Normally done at the end of the unit (either as a HMK task before a closed book test or as an open book assessment) with printable essay writing frame, suggested sentence starters/structure and mark scheme which can be adapted for other topics.
This bundle contains a complete scheme of work for one year 7 topic (Norman Conquest), one year 8 topic (The Industrial Revolution)and one year 9 topic (The Holocaust - 4 lessons). This will save hours and hours of planning! 24 detailed lessons with literacy support and differentiated materials. All lessons have been taught by myself and are easy to follow.
This highly comprehensive and detailed PowerPoint looks in depth at 'The Roaring Twenties', 'The Great Depression' and how this laid the foundations for Hitler's rise to power. Throughout the presentation there is detailed study of primary sources as well as a link to a video clip showing the roaring twenties and the Great Depression.
The economic problems caused by the great depression are considered as well as statistical data regarding employment in Germany, seats held by the Nazi Party and The Dawes Plan.
Throughout the PowerPoint, there are key questions and mini tasks posed for discussion and paired/group work completion. At the end of the PowerPoint, there is time to refelect and debate how much the Wall Street Crash contributed to Hitler's rise to power.
This PowerPoint is fully editable and can be used over a series of lessons.