A quiz that can be used at any time of the year, but created for World Book Day 2015. The quiz can be used in lessons and completed individually or in teams, in form time, whole-school or across year groups ... any variation will work. It contains questions that will appeal to all year groups and not exclusively just to pupils who read.<br />
The pack contains a Powerpoint (and PDF version) file called 'Book Quiz WBD 2015' that can be used by the teacher to guide a class through the quiz. There is a file called 'Quiz answer Sheet - Student' for pupils to complete and one called 'Quiz Answer Sheet - Teacher' which has all of the correct answers added. These are uploaded as Word and PDF files. A file called 'Image Credits' has the full credits for all the Creative Commons images used.
This revision covers topics required for the KS2 Year 6 Spag tests. It covers the DfE curriculum and currently being updated further. Broken down into short 10-15 minute teaching sessions with definitions and activities. <br />
My class have loved the short activities and have a strong knowledge of the key areas as you can quickly re-cap.<br />
Great to give this children as a handout, or to work through together.<br />
CURRENTLY UNDERGOING DEVELOPMENT FOR NEW CURRICULUM! <br />
Lesson on stakeholders used for an observation. The lesson went very well and I was given positive feedback about the resource. The pack includes a presentation with bell and plenary tasks, various activities, learning outcomes and very visual slides. Also a very detailed lesson plan.
For Higher GCSE students who need revision of the various graph types and practise sketching and calculating key points. There are 2 activities, one providing an overview of types of graph, the other a mini mathematical murder mystery.
You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different objects for sale and the different stores being shown in each of the photos.<br />
You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about shopping.<br />
The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different types of shops and shopping. <br />
The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.<br />
A quick guide to setting SMART targets, intended activity to be completed after students receive their reports. Could possibly be used during tutor time or used in any subject area to help close the gap in achievement.
This worksheet provides the opportunity to set a SMART target whilst embedding maths and enabling the teacher to track their progress. It also enables students to evaluate their progress too.
This could be used in a range of subjects