I have designed these dice to allow for them to be used as starter,main activity or as a plenary.\n\nEach side of the dice has a keyword relating to art e.g. 'materials&' &';technique' and &'colour&';. The pupils can use the dice to question one another on their own work, or the work of an artist. e.g. What materials have you used? \n\nThe dice work especially well as an self/peer assessment task at the end of a practical art lesson. \n\nThe dice come in PDF and Word formats.
This EDITABLE Language Arts Teacher Grade Book and Data Tracking binder is designed to keep you organized when teaching, grading, or tracking students' progress in your Language Arts classroom...ALL on TWO pages!
Track Reading Progress
✐Reading Assessments (Formative & Summative)
-Speaking & Listening
✐Reading Strategy Grades, Goals and Observations
✐Reading Conference Goals & Observations
✐Built-In Tabs to Quickly Jump to Each Student
Track Writing Progress
✐Writing Assessments (Formative & Summative)
✐Writing Conference Goals & Observations
✐Writing Traits Accomplishments, Goals and Observations
-1 Editable document to type up to 30 students names into. (PowerPoint required)
-Printing and setup instructions
-PDF document for writing students names in by hand
-1 Font required for use on Mac computers
Works perfectly for teachers using standards based grading, regular/traditional grading and report cards, balanced literacy, Four Blocks literacy model, Big Blocks literacy model, and more!
This resource works best when printed double-sided. Please refer to your printer's documentation.
Educators know there are student factors outside of school, such as home life and childhood experiences, that have a big influence on student success in school. New research has shown that one factor in particular—academic vocabulary—is one of the strongest indicators of how well students will learn subject area content when they come to school.
Robert J. Marzano is an American speaker, trainer, and educational researcher.
He is noted for transforming educational research and theory on the topics of standards-based assessment, cognition, high-yield teaching strategies, and school leadership--into practical programs and tools for teachers and administrators in K-12 schools.
Marzano has identified three areas central to school improvement reforms: fostering and sustaining system-wide teaching strategies; providing effective feedback to students; and building a strong student academic vocabulary.
His six steps as outlined in 'Building Academic Vocabulary,' published by ASCD, are the basis for these six posters that support the process. http://shop.ascd.org
Phase 2 - 6: Letters and Sounds - English - Appendix 1 - Spellings
Preparation: Print, laminate and cut out - use with dry-wipe pen for continuous use.
Year 1 high frequency words and tricky words phases 2 to 6 and common exception words in large lettering and dotted words for tracing over.
Read the word below, then practise writing the word.
- Great resource for children to take home to practise reading and writing a selection of words.
- Help prepare student for a spelling test.
- Useful resource to give to children who are learning English as a second language. Give them two or three words to learn and practise writing and/or incorporate into lessons.
Learning Objective: To read, write and spell common and tricky words.
File Type: pdf.