This is my current weekly timetable for my Reception class. It is a Catholic school, so has more RE and prayer time that you might need.
The second document shows Nursery on the timetable too, so that you can see how we run our free-flow at the same times as each other. In this way, we are able to supervise all the classroom areas and outside adequately with 4-5 members of staff. The shaded areas show when each class is based in their own classroom, and unshaded means they are free to move between areas.
Year 1 Autumn half Term 1
This is with fully working continuous provision with challenges set up in each area, linked to N.c and EYFS objectives.
Continuous provision- writing, number, small world, reading, creative, sand, phonic, ICT, role play, small outdoors.
<p>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</p> Updated Oct 2014
Working in child care requires teamwork. Duties are rotated, schedules coordinated, resources shared. But are you really a team or simply a group of people attempting to work under the same roof? Does your workplace atmosphere resemble a caring community of professionals where mutual support and appreciation abound, or is it more like a dysfunctional family full of tension, suspicion and resentment? Lack of teamwork leads to a joyless, stressful workplace and ultimately to poor quality child care. <br />
Business gurus are frequently point to teamwork as "the productivity breakthrough of the decade." When child care educators work as teams, businesses can reap the benefits of: <br />
• Increased quality of work <br />
• Increased productivity <br />
• Increased staff morale <br />
• Reduced absenteeism <br />
• Empowered staff <br />
This is a two page document/table that I use (tried and tested over many years!) to mark Yr 10 and 11 GCSE course work. I stick this in the back of their sketchbooks. It gives me space to mark but also space for peer assessment and self assessment. I date the comments that I add. Students respond. I have included a copy that I have filled which has blue for the teachers comments and green for the students comments. (I'm not suggesting you should use specific colours - this is just to give you the idea!) It includes space to mark:<br />
Artist Research Page(s)<br />
Artists analysis<br />
Recording with Different Media<br />
Development or Other pieces of Work<br />
It is a Word document so would be easy to tweek. I hope you find this useful and if you do please leave some positive feedback.<br />
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History Revision Guide for the GCSE AQA Modern World History B<br />
Vietnam 1954-1975<br />
Cover the key topic questions:<br />
How effective were guerrilla tactics during the Vietnam War?<br />
How did the coverage of the Vietnam War in the USA lead to demands for peace? <br />
Why were the US actions to end the Vietnam War unsuccessful? <br />
Contains all content required to achieve A/A* in examinations<br />
Exam Question Guidance and Practice: 8 and 12 mark questions including past paper questions<br />
Thinking and analysis skills throughout the revision guide that align with examination skills<br />
See https://mrthorntonteach.wordpress.com/ for example content<br />
Useful for subject planning and schemes of work