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Conflict Management Powerpoint Presentation and Worksheet Lesson

Conflict Management Powerpoint Presentation and Worksheet Lesson

This resource is a 20+ slide PowerPoint presentation that tackles the issue of Conflict in a positive light. It covers definitions, examples, behaviours and tasks for learners to complete. It is a complete lesson and encourages interactivity from learners. There are also two youtube videos embedded within the presentation.

By biowriterab

Emotions

Emotions

A simple matching game with cute artwork designed to be playes with young students or those with SEN needs. Can be used as: 1. A matching game to learn emotional vocabulary 2. Assistance for those needing help identifying or showing emotions 3. A fun game for pre-teens

By harle

Back to School Class building: making a personal CLASS PUZZLE as a metaphor for the class

Back to School Class building: making a personal CLASS PUZZLE as a metaphor for the class

This is an idea for an activity to do with a class to strengthen the class spirit and unity within the class. Full instructions are included, but it comes down to this: Students each colour a piece of a class puzzle. When all the pieces are put together, the puzzle is a beautiful tool for a class discussion: By asking questions in a group discussion, lead the students to understanding the metaphor of this puzzle: Look at this beautiful colourful creation, that we made as a group effort! The puzzle symbolizes our class. Each of you is a very special piece of this puzzle. The puzzle, and thus the class, is unique, because each of you is unique. Everyone has their own way talents, their own way of adding colour to the class! We all need each other to make the class complete: with just one puzzle piece missing or not fitting in properly with the others, the whole puzzle wouldn’t be complete. We are each different - we have different colours -, but what binds us is the class itself and what we share - the black marker lines! We need to do our best to fit together, give each other space. TOGETHER we are this class!

By CreativeClassics

AQA Trilogy 4.1.2. Development of the Periodic Table

AQA Trilogy 4.1.2. Development of the Periodic Table

PowerPoint and worksheet (comparing old and modern periodic tables) on the development of the periodic table. Includes some exam questions in PowerPoint. There is also a worksheet with the learning objectives for students to reflect and on and add notes on what they have learnt.

By Elanesque

Information Gap on Migrant Children

Information Gap on Migrant Children

This activity, from our citizenship webpage, draws upon an article published in the New Yorker about Britain's treatment of migrant children from the Kindertransport to the Calais jungle. Despite the Dubs amendment not one child has to date (July 2017) entered the UK under these arrangements. The Collaborative Learning Project develops and disseminates activities that promote talk for learning or oracy in context and information gap activities (we have many on our website) are designed to make difficult content more accessible. We have used this activity from Year 5 to 12.

By collaborative

Treatment of minorities in Nazi Germany/ prejudice.

Treatment of minorities in Nazi Germany/ prejudice.

A great lesson not only to explore who the different groups were that were persecuted in Nazi Germany but also explore role/responsibilities citizens have and how the decisions we make as individuals as active/passive political citizens can affect others without us realising. Will need the internet for research.

By sj_21