Poetry Comparison Example

Poetry Comparison Example

I created this resource for my GCSE English Literature class. It is an example of how to compare poetry using S.L.I.M.E (Structure, Language, Imagery, Meaning and Effect)
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Interactive French Grammar Videos - Present Tense (regular verbs)

Interactive French Grammar Videos - Present Tense (regular verbs)

This is an ideal resource for setting as a task either to consolidate learning in class or for students to study independently either before or in class. Students can listen at their own speed to videos about how to conjugate French verbs in the present tense. The “multiplier effect” I mention means students can apply this knowledge to new verbs. There are 10 questions in each video to translate verbs from Spanish to English and vice versa so they can assess their understanding. You can ask them to write down their answers so you can see evidence of their work and know how to support them if needed too. They are ideal for KS3 classes that need to be challenged or GCSE classes. A-level classes can also use it to recap how to conjugate verbs. If you visit my YouTube channel you will find other grammar videos for Spanish and French too. Feedback about other resources you’d like to have are always welcome.
darbonator
Whole school End of Year Quiz KS3/4/5

Whole school End of Year Quiz KS3/4/5

Suitable for a range of abilities with four rounds of teacher friendly controls. Exciting graphics and transitions along with clipped audios for the music round. All questions are related to the academic year 2017-18/ NOTE: the February question will need to be slightly modified to suit your school’s response to Beast from the East snow storm.
ashtonj06
A Monster Calls / Monsters SOW

A Monster Calls / Monsters SOW

This is a short SOW which lasted for about 4-5 100 minute lessons. Students write a film review based on A Monster Calls and then create/design their own monster! My year 8 students really enjoyed doing this at the end of term. Ideal for cover lessons or some one off lessons!
nphilpott
Photosynthesis Practical, Light Intensity (bubbles vs distance)

Photosynthesis Practical, Light Intensity (bubbles vs distance)

These resources were used to guide year 9 pupils through this Key Stage 4 Required Practical. The experiment does not always work properly (in regards to approximating the intensity of the bubbles produced). Therefore, a sensible results table has been prepared, to share with the students. Activities for the students were; -design sensible experiment method -revise different types of variables identify the inverse relationship between Light intensity and distance of lamp from the plant. correct the crossed-out data in table calculate averages of number of bubbles, use correct units. Make graph with correct X axis (light intensity or distance) and Y Axis (dependent, bubbles) analyse graph, is there correlation? explain graph, what is happening to cause bubbles?
sgmsutto
Detecting gases

Detecting gases

An engaging lesson presentation (37 slides) which gets students to test their practical skills by carrying out the four identification tests for oxygen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and chlorine. The lesson begins by using a competition called “Guess the gas” where students have to used clues to identify the four colourless gases which will be used in the lesson. Moving forwards, students will meet the pieces of equipment that will be used in these tests. Practical instructions for each of the tests are included in the lesson so that students can produce the gas and then carry out the test. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson is suitable for both KS3 and GCSE students
GJHeducation
NCFE VCert Health and Fitness Unit 02 Complete with full assessment tasks

NCFE VCert Health and Fitness Unit 02 Complete with full assessment tasks

***Unit 02 for NCFE VCert Health and Fitness *** Complete resource for delivering Unit 02 for NCFE Health and Fitness Includes: Learning Outcomes Assessment Criterias and Grading Descriptors All 3 Tasks and guidance for completing each task Clear and straightforward breakdowns of assessment criteria and checklists for students to use when completing assessment tasks.
L_Wiedeman
Private Peaceful

Private Peaceful

This SOW was created by myself for both a middle and top set year 8 group. It lasted about 6 weeks and includes assessments and activities designed to develop reading and writing skills. My year 8’s absolutely loved studying Private Peaceful.
nphilpott
Hypothesis Testing (Part 1)

Hypothesis Testing (Part 1)

Do you remember when you were a kid in science class, and you just wanted to blow something up already! But, your teacher wanted you write down all of your steps in accordance with the SCIENTIFIC METHOD? Yep, this is the statistics version of that…
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Context Clue Quiz (4 MC Questions) (Key Included)

Context Clue Quiz (4 MC Questions) (Key Included)

Context Clue quiz. The students read a sentence with a highlighted term. Based on how the term is used in the sentence, or in its context, the students will determine the proper definition from four answer choices. Key included Image Source: https://goo.gl/gdvNzF Thank you for your purchase. We appreciate your support.
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Electromagnetic Waves

Electromagnetic Waves

A fully-resourced lesson that looks at the 7 electromagnetic waves, their differences, similarities and uses. The lesson includes an engaging presentation (54 slides) and associated worksheets. The lesson begins with a number of engaging activities to get the students to find out the names of the 7 waves in the spectrum. Students will be challenged to use their knowledge of the properties of waves to explain why they have been arranged in this particular order. Moving forwards, some time is taken to ensure that students recognise the similarities of the waves. The rest of the lesson focuses on the uses of the waves and a homework is also set to get students to increase the number of uses that they know for each wave. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding at critical points. This lesson has primarily been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK) but could be used with students at KS3 who are doing a project
GJHeducation
Statistics--The Normal Distribution (Part 1)

Statistics--The Normal Distribution (Part 1)

This is a crash course on the normal distribution and z scores. When I was taking statistics for the first time, I just couldn’t wrap my head around this concept. I wish someone had explained it to me like this…
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Year 7 Cells - Lesson Plan

Year 7 Cells - Lesson Plan

This resource provides a full explanation of how a cell works. It will help pupils to understand the importance of cells and where they can be found. There are questions at the end of the power point along with answers that will make sure your pupils fully understand the topic.
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Math Games to Play AS A CLASS

Math Games to Play AS A CLASS

Sometimes there are those 15 minutes you need to fill, but the kids STILL need to be engaging their brains! These two games are easy to have at the ready…and always a winner with the kids. Games: Board Slam 5x5 All you need is the printable, a deck of cards, pencils, and 3 dice. Ready, Set, GO!
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Chemistry Appreciation Document (Copying sanction)

Chemistry Appreciation Document (Copying sanction)

This is a useful document. Once one pupil has experienced been asked to write out several lines of this, the whole class will be eager to avoid being asked to do so. It is humerus and also includes many references to scientific content from GCSE curriculum such as atomic structure.
sgmsutto
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions--A Math Mandala

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions--A Math Mandala

Nailing fractions is all about practice, practice, practice! So why not add a bit of coloring to make it more fun and perhaps a bit relaxing. This worksheet is the ULTIMATE review. It has multiplying,dividing,simplifying, mixed numerals, and whole numbers! A ton of practice built into one exercise. Instructions: Use the answers to the problems above to color the mandala below. The answers in the colored boxes are your clues. *All fractions should be simplified. Some answers will be improper fractions. (Do not give answers in mixed numerals)
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Adding and Subtracting Fractions CHALLENGE --Math Mandala (2)

Adding and Subtracting Fractions CHALLENGE --Math Mandala (2)

Nailing fractions is all about practice, practice, practice! So why not add a bit of coloring to make it more fun and perhaps a bit relaxing. This worksheet is the ULTIMATE review. It has adding, subtracting, simplifying, mixed numerals, and whole numbers! A ton of practice built into one exercise. Instructions: Use the answers to the problems above to color the mandala below. The answers in the colored boxes are your clues. *All fractions should be simplified. Some answers will be improper fractions. (Do not give answers in mixed numerals)
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Adding Fractions --Math Mandala (1)

Adding Fractions --Math Mandala (1)

Nailing fractions is all about practice, practice, practice! So why not add a bit of coloring to make it more fun and perhaps a bit relaxing. This worksheet has adding, subtracting, and simplifying…a lot of practice built into one exercise. Instructions: Use the answers to the problems above to color the mandala below. The answers in the colored boxes are your clues. *All fractions should be simplified. Some answers will be improper fractions.
Kaffenate
Order of Operations Challenge--Math Mandala (2)

Order of Operations Challenge--Math Mandala (2)

This is a fun and challenging activity for either practice or review of order of operations. Instructions: Each box in the square must have a number (1-9) Each number (1-9) can only be used once. Each row and column is a math equation, with the answer floating beside or below it. Be sure to remember the order of operations! Use the answer in the colored squares to color the mandala.
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Order of Operations Challenge--Math Mandala (1)

Order of Operations Challenge--Math Mandala (1)

This is a fun and challenging activity for either practice or review of order of operations. Instructions: Each box in the square must have a number (1-9) Each number (1-9) can only be used once. Each row and column is a math equation, with the answer floating beside or below it. Be sure to remember the order of operations! Use the answer in the colored squares to color the mandala.
Kaffenate
Math Mix-UPs

Math Mix-UPs

Math Mixups are a fun twist on Math Magic Squares. The numbers in the grey boxes are row and column totals. However, the numbers in the middle are all mixed up! Students need to rearrange the numbers so that the sums of the columns and rows equal the numbers in the grey boxes… with a few numbers to get them started. This is a great activity for filling that last 10 minutes of the day or for students who finish work early in class. Have fun!
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Kaffenate Brain Busters--EASTER Edition

Kaffenate Brain Busters--EASTER Edition

Welcome to BRAIN BUSTERS! My students often ask, “Can we do Brain Busters today!?!?” Brain Busters are puzzle packets designed to keep the kids thinking and working those critical thinking muscles…but in a FUN way! There’s a little something for everyone in these packets. Brain Busters are great to keep in the classroom as productive time fillers. If students finish their classwork early, this gives them a fun project to go to instead of talking or becoming disruptive. (I do not allow my students to take their packets home. They just keep them in school and work on them as they can.) EASTER EDITION INCLUDES: Division Sudoku Magic Squares Word Hunt Word Puzzles Rebus Puzzles DISCLAIMER: I actually call them “Brain Busters Candy Crushers” in my class. Each time a student finishes a packet, he/she gets a small piece of candy. You could also have a prize box of some kind. Who doesn’t love prizes!?
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