Print cards and stick back to back (light bulb on one side and face on other). All studentsgiven a card at the end of lesson and instructed to hold up the side of their choice to offer feeback to their peers.
I teach dance so i use these all the time as a way of getting every student to consider feedback. The resources also allows me to target less vocal students.
This resource is a highly visual, fully editable and interactive, 50 question power point quiz on Roald Dahl’s book 'The BFG'.
It is an ideal resource for an assembly, a lesson or with a tutor group, particularly during book week or Roald Dahl’s 100th Year celebration in September or during book week.
The quiz contains 50 questions with multiple choice answers. It can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the Roald Dahl image on each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end.
A question and answer sheet are provided to allow individuals / teams to record their answers.
1. Where did the BFG snatch Sophie from?
2. What was the name of the woman in charge of Sophie’s orphanage?
3. How were the children at Sophie's orphanage punished if they were out of bed after bedtime?
4. Which country will the giants never visit, because they don't like the taste of the ‘human beans’ there?
5. What does the BFG use to blow dreams into peoples' bedrooms?
6. What did people from Panama taste like to the giants?
7. What do giants eat when they are hot?
8. What does the BFG catch and bottle in jars that he keeps on shelves in his home?
9. What does the BFG use to mix dreams?
10. Who do the BFG and Sophie ask for help?
This resource is also suitable for older SEN students due to the visual nature of the resource and the multiple choice format of the questions and answers.
All images requiring attribution are credited within the powerpoint quiz itself.
I used this as part of our topic on castles. It leads onto questions and research such as
Who lived in castles?
The children sang it as part of a game. It’s quite challenging to chant with the backing track. Get children to count how many beats there are in between each verse.
To preview the chant, please see https://youtu.be/5Z9zXpN4G7M
Nat Curric History They should know where the people and events they study
fit within a chronological framework and identify similarities and differences between ways
of life in different periods.
Resources Video and/ or PowerPoint presentation of the chant
Backing track and vocal track
Lyrics and how to perform the chant in a circle with actions
A fun song with a rocky beat which describes what happens when capital letters go on strike. Names and places disappear, sentences become unintelligible.
1 video of the song or a PPT should you wish to add to it.
2. Backing track and vocal mp3s
3. lyrics and chords
1 - beginning to punctuate sentences using a capital letter and a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark
2. - using a capital letter for names of people, places, the days of the week, and the personal pronoun ‘I’
Please preview song at https://youtu.be/AbN64f-qeD0 (NB different illustrations)