FINANCE, MONEY and FINANCIAL EDUCATION

FINANCE, MONEY and FINANCIAL EDUCATION

11 HOURS UNIT (more just added!)- Bank Accounts, Tax, Debt, Budgeting! 50x resources in 11 lesson packs. Well differentiated to three challenge levels - all hour hong powerpoints come with clear LOs, starters, plenaries, accompanying clips and worksheets. Made by experienced Head of PSHE and Citizenship and suitable for KS3/4. 1. Income and Expenditure Introduction- credit and debit 2. Budgeting - being financially savvy and keeping to a personal budget 3. Payslips, tax and national insurance. 4. Public money - how it's spent nationally and locally. 5. Saving, investing and pensions - how to plan for a secure financial future. 6. Personal finance and debt- managing your finances sensibly. 7. Financial products- debit cards, loans, credit cards, bank accounts, what are they for and how do we use them. 9. Money Laundering - what is it and why shouldn't we do it. 10. Financial Products, loans, avings and management. 11. Independent living - with a focus on being financially literate and self-sufficient. Variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core ALSO - Leave me a review and I'll send you a resource of your choice for free. Differentiated to 3 levels or 4 levels where possible Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Credit to BBC for clip and links Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: [EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EC_Resources) 20s5
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Indigenous Poetry - Perspectives worksheet

Indigenous Poetry - Perspectives worksheet

This is a worksheet that I put together that compares two poems by Australian Aboriginal poet, Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker). It provides an opportunity for insight into the Indigenous Australians' worldview post colonisation and how they feel about the destruction of traditional ways for Aboriginal people. poetry Aborigine Torres-Strait Islander professional standards BOSTES culture history understand old one we are going study analysis verse CHECK OUT MY STORE FOR OTHER RESOURCES, INCLUDING BUNDLED SAVINGS!! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Resourcesyouwant CHECK OUT THE TES AUTHOR'S BLOG ARTICLE I FEATURED IN: I am a TES endorsed author - "Author on TES: English expert, Resourcesyouwant": https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/author-tes-english-expert-resourcesyouwant
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Reading comprehension about social media

Reading comprehension about social media

A reading comprehension activity I made using the THREE LEVEL GUIDE structure explained on http://www.myread.org/guide_three.htm The article is about the effects of social media on teens.
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Protest Poetry - analysing poems about The Stolen Generations

Protest Poetry - analysing poems about The Stolen Generations

A PowerPoint presentation which teaches students how to structure a paragraph using the PEEL acronym. This will be used by students when they write their reviews of the poems they will later read. The PPT includes the words to Kidnappers by Iris Clayton which explores some of the consequences of the stolen generation. Children are asked to write a PEEL paragraph in response to a set question. Depending on the ability level of the class this can be done independently or as a group with the teacher writing their suggestions on the board. This process is repeated for another two poems. I have also provided a handout with the words for each poem and the questions (for students who need hard copies). Additional resource: homework handout - a three level guide (designed to prompt higher order thinking about the topic).
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Indigenous Australian Poems

Indigenous Australian Poems

Perfect resources for a protest poetry unit. These poems show the Indigenous Australian viewpoint at various points in History. There are poems about colonisation, the stolen generations and land rights struggles. Some of the poems are by famous artists like Oodgeroo Noonuccal, others are from Inside Black Australia: An Anthology of Aboriginal Poetry (published 1988).
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Protest Poetry - Intro to critical literacy terms and poetic devices

Protest Poetry - Intro to critical literacy terms and poetic devices

Two powerpoints used in a 8 English protest poetry unit I designed. The first explores: What is critical literacy and why do we need these skills? How will it help us to understand protest poems? It introduces key critical literacy terms (ideology, privileged, intended reading, marginalised, silenced etc.) It includes a list of things it is important to be aware of when viewing or reading a poem/text. It also begins to introduce students to Indigenous Australian issues as these are the first series of poems to be explored. It includes poems about colonisation and questions to prompt students to analyse these poems. The second is an introduction to poetic devices which includes definitions and examples of personification, rhyme, onomatopoeia, alliteration, simile, metaphor etc. Additional resource: A handout I use at the end of the poetic devices lesson to check whether the students have understood what was taught (it is a matching terms activity).
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Dracula the play SOW- KS3

Dracula the play SOW- KS3

This is a 5 week SOW based on the play Dracula. It has been designed to teach to KS3, with new the GCSE spec in mind. Complete with PPts, and necessary resources for the lessons,
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Practice analysing music videos

Practice analysing music videos

What sort of things you will need to include in your music video review. Practicing analysing narrative music videos (describing plot and identifying themes) Discussing how you determine whether a music video is effective Viewing Justin Timberlake's Mirrors music video and an exemplar response to this clip. More clips to analyse using the music video report card (also included).
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde IGCSE notes

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde IGCSE notes

In this document I have given a plot summary with important quotes for each chapter. I have listed and described key themes and symbols with support quotes. I have listed key characters
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Tongue Twisters

Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters to aid learners in vocal work. Can be used as a starter, main activity or plenary. Works really with SEND learners and is useful to change speed and dynamics as well as jumping between them once they have been repeated a few times. Try to get learners to do them without the sheet infront of them as well
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CONDITIONAL TYPE THREE

CONDITIONAL TYPE THREE

This handout can be used to teach conditional type three. with drilling activities and activities contrasting many types of conditionals, it will be just perfect
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