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WORD GAMES - to motivate reading

WORD GAMES - to motivate reading

This is a collection of 16 word games to use during lessons to motivate reading in English, collected from various sources and developed from classroom situations. The rules for each game are explained on 3 basic levels - elementary, intermediate and advanced, and the games can be used with all vocabulary groups, all ages (from preschool to adult) and in any part of the lesson.
Olynj
WORD GAMES - to motivate reading

WORD GAMES - to motivate reading

This is a collection of 16 word games to use during lessons to motivate reading in English, collected from various sources and developed from classroom situations. The rules for each game are explained on 3 basic levels - elementary, intermediate and advanced, and the games can be used with all vocabulary groups, all ages (from preschool to adult) and in any part of the lesson.
Olynj
Easy Christmas decorations to make

Easy Christmas decorations to make

These are simple decorations for children to make this Christmas, for the classroom or to take home. Fine for students from Year 1 up to Year 5. They involve cutting and sticking and all the materials used are readily available.
sara-turner-montessori
App Smashing with Google Apps - CPD

App Smashing with Google Apps - CPD

This pack is meant to be shared in a CPD session, giving staff a hands-on task to immerse them in different uses of Google Apps. Included: Docs, Forms, Maps with different integration ideas and extensions for staff who need a challenge.
erinbrasington
Friends Questionnaire. PSHE

Friends Questionnaire. PSHE

A quiz / questionnaire for Key Stage 2 and 3 students. Completing the quiz and adding up their score will give them an insight into the type of friend that they are. Easy to print and suitable as a way of starting a discussion about how to approach friendships. Questions, scores and score descriptions included.
StartEducation
Trial & Improvement - GCSE Higher

Trial & Improvement - GCSE Higher

This is an interactive lesson for learners in 9th to 10th grades. In this lesson, learners are able to solve equations using the method of trial and improvement. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 22 interactive pages
skoolmaths
Simultaneous Equations - GCSE (1-9)

Simultaneous Equations - GCSE (1-9)

In this lesson, learners are able to: 1) solve 2 simultaneous equations in 2 variables (linear/linear or linear/quadratic) algebraically; 2) find approximate solutions using a graph 3) translate simple situations or procedures into algebraic expressions or formulae; derive an equation (or 2 simultaneous equations), Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 59 interactive pages
skoolmaths
Application of Computational Thinking - Exam Questions

Application of Computational Thinking - Exam Questions

Download my popular Twitter poster here! If you're students struggle with tough exam questions, get them in the habit of applying computational thinking to the problem. This poster provides students a guide on how to apply the concepts of computational thinking to tackle tricky exam questions. I have included both a PDF and JPEG version of the poster. ***Please leave a Review!***
RobbotResources
10 Common Writing Errors - Task Cards, Grammatical Rules, Correct Usage and Challenge

10 Common Writing Errors - Task Cards, Grammatical Rules, Correct Usage and Challenge

This resource contains rules, examples, and short challenges for commonly confused words and grammatical errors. It covers the following: 1. There, Their, They’re 2. To, Two, Too 3. Accept vs Except 4. Your vs. You’re 5. A lot vs alot vs allot 6. Lose vs Loose 7. Its vs It’s 8. No vs know 9. Threw vs through 10. Correct use of semi-colon (;) This resource contains 10 rules and example cards that can be used in the following ways: 1. As a revision e-book for anyone that needs a quick refresh on the most common writing errors. 2. As a group or pair activity for learners to practice and test each other in various ways. Instructions / Ideas for Group Activities Activity 1 – Group or pair competition 1. Print out the rules that you would like your learners to work on. (Laminate to keep them fresh, if you want). 2. Hand out 1 card to each pair or group. Have them read it and complete the short challenge. (Check to see if they have it correct – an answer sheet is provided) 3. Learners then present their task to the rest of the groups to complete (on whiteboard). This can be timed. 4. Groups get 1 point for each task that is correct. 5. Groups then brainstorm ideas to remember the associated rules. 6. Points are tallied up and the winner is announced. Activity 2 – Group discussion and trouble shoot session 1. Learners select a card and read it to the group 2. They complete the task themselves first of all writing up sentence and answer on whiteboard. 3. Group members state whether they agree or not with the answer and share their thoughts 4. The correct answer is revealed by the teacher 5. Groups brainstorm ideas to remember the rules. Activity 3 – Individual work 1. Print out the resource in its entirety, or print out parts that you’d like to work on. 2. Learners complete by themselves, and then check their answers in pairs. 3. Answers revealed by teacher and corrected if necessary. Activity 4 – As a Warm up Activity 1. Select one card at the beginning of the session 2. Group discuss and agree the answer for the task. 3. In pairs or individually think up more tasks to challenge the rest of the group.
biowriterab