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.
To help celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela and Nelson Mandela day on the 18th July, we have created a lesson resource pack that looks at the life and times of the great man himself. This resource helps your students critically reflect on the significance of his actions, and interacts with the UN Declaration of Human Rights.
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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.
In this lesson students primarily explore the nature and landscape of the American West. Maps and cross sections are provided to allow students to explore the difficulties that people may have faced exploring and settling in this difficult terrain. The plenary also introduces some different characters of the West. Excellent for a first lesson to grab their attention! All images acquired through a search engine filtered to "labelled for re-use". Any questions please use the comment section below.
An effective resource to assess pupil knowledge and understanding as to why Britain built an empire.
Pupils must first categorise the various examples into the factor wheel.
They then must give 5 of the most important SPEAR reasons.
Extended writing activity linked with the NC levels at the end.
This is an outstanding lesson as classified by my PM observers. This lesson covers the journey of slaves from Africa to America. It allowes pupils to become specialist in one area and teach others within their class about that specfic aspect.
Specific enquiry question is designed with different abilities in mind. A clear questioning starter that hook pupils in to the lesson with a refelctive plenary.
It gives pupils the ability to develop their communication skills and to refelct on what they did during the lesson.