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Exit / Summarization Tasks - Plenary Generator.

Exit / Summarization Tasks - Plenary Generator.

WOW!! WORTH £50/ $100. THIS IS A MUST HAVE FOR ANY TEACHER - ANY SUBJECT, ANY AGE! To view a sample of this resource please follow this link: PowerPoint: <a href=“”>Plenary Generator Video</a> To view the booklet click <a href=“”>here.</a> This is a fully INTERACTIVE presentation with animation and MUSIC. The PPT consists of 70 Slides Use the Plenary Generator Wheel to select one of the 10 plenaries within this presentation. Press the ’Start’ Button to spin the wheel and the 'Stop’ button to select a number. Each plenary should last 10 minutes. Please note… Some of these plenaries require printouts-Supplied with this resource. It is suggested that copies are printed in bulk in preparation for use. List of plenary Activities: Tree Climb Activity Pass the Bomb Letter Investigator Beat the Clock – Balloon Timer Opinion Line Chatterbox /Cootie Catcher Memory Game We Say, You Play Reverse Cognition Emoji Graph Final Task: Exit Pass Feedback is most welcome. Please do not hesitate to contact us on Facebook @ <a href=“”>TeachElite</a> . Follow us on twitter @TeachEliteRE.
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Reflective Learning Tool Versatile and Unique

Reflective Learning Tool Versatile and Unique

The resource preview is presented as a series of samples of permutations of how this self-reflective tool can be used. Full resource on purchase has the mastersheet within it. The ‘Head, Heart …’ tool has been uniquely developed by me as part of my educational practice over the last ten years as a creative consultant and outstanding classroom educator and training deliverer. A generic tool to use during or after any learning sequence for junior students right through the secondary years and any CPD that you deliver or mentoring that you do. It aims to help you and your students understand what they are learning, how they are feeling about their learning, what they would like to change about the learning and what they think will help them in their next or future learning experiences. Based on the whole learner experience, not just who they are in their heads today, the tool helps the teacher get a deeper understanding of who their learners are, how they are responding to learning and the teaching and how they are shaping their learning futures. Enables teachers or trainers to open discussions on emotional well-being, cognition and learning to learn as well as build resilience and manage expectations. Simple for students to engage with and quick to administer either as mini-plenaries or as end of lesson or end of learning sequence plenaries. Potential for building vocabulary to name and separate thinking from feelings and emotions and learn to assert and voice their experience to build increasingly positive experiences in the future. Ways to use the ‘Head, Heart …’ Self-Reflective Tool: • As a basis for ‘voxpops’ • Self-reflective tool • Quick tests of the ‘temperature’ of your teaching for your self-refection • Student voice • Building future learning/career aspirations • Advocacy for the skills used in English and English Literature • Plenaries and mini plenaries • Imagining the experiences of others (empathy work and understanding characters Who and what the tool is suited to: • Suits teachers and learners at KS2, KS3, KS4 and KS5 • Suits evaluation of CPD delivery • Suits anyone in a mentoring role
alisonwhitecreative
Early Years Literature

Early Years Literature

A range of early years articles and research focusing on pedagogy in early years within subjects. It includes some great case studies which can encourage your own personal development and subject knowledge. I've also included a power point I had to create for this module during my teacher training.
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Early Years Research

Early Years Research

A series of research articles all about pedagogy in the early years. Great to inform essays or your own development as a practitioner.
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World Book Day/Reading Assembly

World Book Day/Reading Assembly

Assembly for teachers/a class to introduce World book Week. It includes ideas such as a whole school competition and key stage reading groups. Great way to show staffs love of reading.
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Writing Gothic + Mystery + Ghost Setting for Progress and Assess

Writing Gothic + Mystery + Ghost Setting for Progress and Assess

The learning mat for editing and the Improving Creative Prose grid will serve you for all your creative prose writing from Year 7 to Year 11 and the editing mat will also serve you for any transactional writing styles so, added to this assessment for KS3 creative prose, this bundle is a lovely addition to your generic toolkit as a teacher of writing. Full bundle to teach for progress and assess the writing of a chapter of a gothic/mystery/ghost story at KS3. Each resource is described fully individually as you visit the individual items in the bundle.
alisonwhitecreative
KS3 Creating a Chapter of Gothic Mystery/Ghost Setting and Character Action for Assessment

KS3 Creating a Chapter of Gothic Mystery/Ghost Setting and Character Action for Assessment

Powerpoint learning sequence to enable students at KS3 to succeed at creating a chapter of a gothic/mystery/ghost story through blending character action and setting. New techniques to describe that your students may not have thought of before that really lift their creative prose work and secure progression. They plan, draft and edit before assessment and so follow the National Curriculum for the writing process. Easy to follow throughout and uses low threshold, high ceiling differentiation. Lots of scaffolding in the planning stage for those students who need it. Included is Powerpoint and the editing learning mat for them to self-edit their work to a higher standard. Also available as an economical bundle that includes the Improving Creative Writing Grid. See my bundles to locate the additional resource and save money.
alisonwhitecreative
Mind Map: video explanation

Mind Map: video explanation

This video explains how to use Mind Maps to help students revise for exams. Mind Maps were created by Tony Buzan. Click on the following link for his website
OllyFurnival
Card sort: video explanation

Card sort: video explanation

This video explains how to do a card sort activity in class. I describe the activity and the learning outcomes in the video. Give pupils a variety of different answers to a question, such as ‘Why did America experience a boom in the 1920’s?’ Each answer is on a separate card. Pupils, alone, in pairs or groups must rank the answers based on a chosen criteria—most money, most important to society, needs money the most. Follow up activities can include: • Pupils writing reasons for their views and feeding back as a class. • Creating an essay or speech based on the ideas. • Visiting other pupils work and trying to persuade them to change their order, which can lead to discussion. • Joining another group and agreeing on a top 3. • Swapping groups and justifying their ideas in front of the class. • Ranking the ideas from the viewpoint of someone else in society such as a businessman, a parent, a tourist, someone unemployed. • A class debate based on the ideas.
OllyFurnival
Ordering and Comparing Decimals - Year 7

Ordering and Comparing Decimals - Year 7

In this lesson, learners will be able to understand and use place value for decimals, measures and integers of any size order positive and negative integers, decimals and fractions; use the number line as a model for ordering of the real numbers; use the symbols =, ≠, <, >, ≤, ≥ Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. Contains 39 interactive pages
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Class debate: video explanation.

Class debate: video explanation.

This video explains one way to hold a class debate, going through the structure of the lesson step by step. The video shows how a debate lesson can move from pair work to a whole class debate, explaining the different stages and learning outcomes in detail I have used this debate structure for years 7-13, but it would also work for primary school students. If you would like a copy of the supporting handout please contact me.
OllyFurnival