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Veterinarian Wordsearch Starter Activity Vet Jobs Careers Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Veterinarian Wordsearch Starter Activity Vet Jobs Careers Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Wordsearch on the theme of 'Veterinarian'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!

By mikedean

Resurrecting a Home: Lesson Plan & Film

Resurrecting a Home: Lesson Plan & Film

Students watch a short film, "Minka," by Davina Pardo, about two friends who restore an ancient Japanese farmhouse in the 1970's using traditional building methods. In this lesson, students explore the impacts of traditional building and architectural restoration on individuals' cultural identity, connection to the land, and sense of home. Students also discuss the power of film in storytelling. Reflective writing prompts are also included for students to demonstrate their understanding of the story. English and Spanish versions of the lesson plan are available for download.

By Global_Oneness_Project

Bees quiz!

Bees quiz!

A quiz with answers on bees. great for use alongside studying the decline of British bees and how they are important to our eco-system

By lcampbell66

Take the Lead - the importance of sheep farming and how you can help tackle sheep worrying

Take the Lead - the importance of sheep farming and how you can help tackle sheep worrying

Produced by Farming And Countryside Education in partnership with Farmers Guardian and the National Sheep Association, "Take the Lead" provides a package of educational information and activities so that pupils can learn more about sheep and their important role and use some of the fun resources before being introduced to the topic of sheep worrying. We hope that in this way children will become ambassadors for “Take the Lead”, spreading the message to friends and family of the importance of keeping dogs on the lead when out walking near sheep in the countryside. The tool kit includes interactive video clips and children will also be given ‘I always take the lead’ stickers, intended to help strike up conversations with their families when they return home. Resources focus on sheep farming in general, not just the problem of sheep worrying, and can be used to increase understanding of the role of sheep in the countryside and the food chain. Teachers may also wish to invite sheep farmers into local schools to talk about the job they do on farm and talk first-hand about how important it is for dogs to be kept on a lead around their sheep.

By FACEonline

Intensive farming debate lesson

Intensive farming debate lesson

A lesson designed for a year 7 Biology class on intensive farming. Students are given an overview of intensive farming and it's issues and then divided into supermarket groups. They each have individual roles with questions to answer during the group work, and can present their findings to the class when complete. This lesson could be done in as PSHE session. The UK supermarket policy for laying hens was taken from the internet which can easily be searched for, but I have attached it for ease.

By MsAlicante

Farming: Dry Stone Wall and Gate: Lake District

Farming: Dry Stone Wall and Gate: Lake District

I created this colouring page of a dry stone wall and gate by Rydal Water in the Lake District for my class as part of our geography lesson on the Lake District, conservation, farming, and the management of tourism. I hope your class will have as much fun bringing the landscape to life as mine did. An augmented reality version of this page is available in the published book. This will allow students to colour in the picture and then see it on their smartphone or tablet computer, along with further details from the National Curriculum. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Get Your Hands Dirty: a guide to growing plants and keeping animals in schools

Get Your Hands Dirty: a guide to growing plants and keeping animals in schools

Get Your Hands Dirty outlines some of the potential for using growing plants and caring for animals in your school to enhance learning opportunities and raise standards. It has been written by people with many years of experience, all of whom have started small and progressed to keeping large farm livestock as their knowledge, skills and available resources have increased. This resource is useful for all teachers, whether you are thinking of starting to grow plants or wanting to start more complex activities. Whatever you are currently doing outside the classroom is already very useful for your pupils: be proud of anything you have achieved so far, and take inspiration from how others have been able to offer their pupils even more. This resource is aimed at helping you consider: • What you are currently providing in your school • What opportunities there might be for new activities • The issues you need to consider before embarking on a new venture • Where you can find more information and support.

By ian78

Amazing collection of flashcards

Amazing collection of flashcards

Hi, everybody! This is my great and interesting collection of flashcards for studying. Flashcards help students learn vocabulary faster which will improve their fluency in their daily conversations. Hope you and your students enjoy playing with these cards. Thanks for your comments....

By Olynj

Digital Storytelling for Entrepreneurship in VET Agrifood sector - Analysis of best practices

Digital Storytelling for Entrepreneurship in VET Agrifood sector - Analysis of best practices

VET agrifood Sector is one of the most important educational branches in European VET institutions. On one hand, agriculture and agroindustrial business are widely present in Europe but on the other hand there is lack of young qualified work force willing to start a career in this sector. In this scenario, VET students can be encourage to meet successful agri-food business in their countries by telling the entrepreneurial stories of success of wealthy local SMEs producing meat or meat products, pasta or baked goods, dairy products, wine and vegetal/animal food preserves. VET students from Italy, Portugal, Romania and Bulgaria will choose 2 local agrifood enterprises and will make video-interviews to the owners, also telling video-stories about how the companies grew up and succeded. In a further phase, students will edit the videos adding interactive resources, images, presentations, links to further educational and didactic materials, to transform videos into hypervideos. VET students are also expected to develop interest and motivation towards education, preventing early school-leaving, as well as personal inspiration to start a self-entrepreneurial career in the agrifood Sector. This is Intellectual Output 1, a multilingual research action painting the scenario of the current use of digital storytelling for didactic purposes in the relevant countries, aimed at introducing improvements. This is a deliverable of the EU funded Erasmus+ Ka2 Strategic Partnership F.A.S.T.E.S.T. project - code 2015-1-IT01-KA202-004608 (Food & Agroindustrial School towards Entrepreneurship by Storytelling and Digital Technology). The project is funded by ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union through INAPP Italian National Agency. The content of this material does not reflect the official opinion of the European Union, the European Commission and National Agencies. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in this material lies entirely with the author(s).

By Serena_G

The ultimate plant resource!

The ultimate plant resource!

Four amazing resources that cover the major aspects of plant life: morphology, ecology, physiology and cellular biology! Could you ask for more?

By vkioupi

Plant taxonomy and ecology Activity 2

Plant taxonomy and ecology Activity 2

Help your students develop observation and identification skills using common herbs. They will also learn about scientific terminology and use simple lab equipment. Ideal for outdoor learning and lab practice. It is particularly useful if the school has a garden. We greatly value your feedback, so email us at vkioupi@gmail.com.

By vkioupi

Plant identification Activity 1

Plant identification Activity 1

Help your students use their senses to identify common herbs and introduce them to scientific nomenclature of plants. Hands-on activity, ideal for outdoor education especially if your school has a garden. We greatly value your feedback , so please email us at vkioupi@gmail.com.

By vkioupi