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Markbook Ultra - fully automated teacher markbook

Markbook Ultra - fully automated teacher markbook

Markbook Ultra is an incredibly powerful yet wonderfully simple automated markbook. How does it work? In brief, you enter the student’s raw marks for any assessment and the markbook uses sophisticated analysis to present you with all the data you’d want to see on an individual student or whole classes. Highlights: Store all of your classes (KS3-5) in one simple Excel workbook. Suitable for any subject area regardless of how or what you assess. Can be set to show up to five different assessment objectives. A simple dropdown menu switches the mark scheme for any KS4/5 class between GCSE (9-1), A Level or Pre-U. No need to use different workbooks for different types of grades! On the go analysis on individual students, each assessment or classes as a whole. One-click button (literally!) to bring up an analysis sheet detailing: Top and Bottom achievers in the class, Gender Gap, SEND compared to Non-SEND, and PP compared to Non-PP. One more click to print it… One click button to print a summary sheet for any student. This gives a breakdown of all assessments and their marks. Shows progress against targets and gives a graph of progress over time. Great for discussing at parents’ evening or with individual students. One click button to print all completed assessment data. Set your own grade boundaries in five quick presets or choose them individually for each assessment. KS3 markbooks can be switched between numerical levels and RAG rated strand systems. Again, it’s a single button click. Detailed ‘How to’ sheet that walks you through anything you’d want to do! All Macros work on PC and Mac. This workbook has been designed from the ground up to work anywhere.
toddbeamish
Marriage and the Family. Religious Studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) WHOLE TOPIC. Beliefs in Action.

Marriage and the Family. Religious Studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) WHOLE TOPIC. Beliefs in Action.

This topic covers the whole specification of the MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY focused on CHRISTIANITY while catering the scheme of work to allow access for all students. (Making it related to their lives). Easy to follow lessons that can be easily adapted. Lots of exam practice. Within this topic and what you will be buying in 9 good quality resources with some handouts that were made from scratch and have been taught and tested with 4 GCSE groups. All lessons have a exam question as a title - this then is answered at the end of the lesson to show progression over time using the knowledge they have learnt throughout the lesson. Resources cover: Marriage Sexual relationships. Families Support for the family in the local parish. Family planning (contraception) Divorce and remarriage. Equality of men and women in the family. Gender prejudice and discrimination. Within: Lessons and hand-outs (within slides and individually). 1 - Explain two reasons why marriage is important to Christians. 2 - ‘No children should have sex before marriage’. 3 - ‘Homosexuals should not be allowed to have children’. 4 - Explain two reasons why family life is important to Christians. 5 - Explain two reasons why supporting families is important to Christians. 6 - ‘Christians should be more accepting of divorce’. 7 - Explain two different Christian beliefs about contraception. 8 - Explain two reasons why Christians have different views about the equality of men and women. 9 - Explain two reasons why some Christians oppose the ordination of women.
sam_512
100 Thinking Cards - Pack 2

100 Thinking Cards - Pack 2

This second pack of 100 Thinking Cards will open the minds of your children and start the most amazing debates. Used with children of all ages from 5 years, they have been loved by all and have produced the most wonderful discussions. These cards can be used in groups, as individuals for extensions activities or whole class debates. Would you rather be a pen or a pencil? If animals could talk, what would be the first question that you would ask them? Is it always right to tell the truth? When you get home there is a giant lump under your carpet. What could it be and how did it get there? …and many more! Have you tried Pack 1 yet?
sav11e
100 Thinking Cards - Pack 1

100 Thinking Cards - Pack 1

This pack of 100 Thinking Cards will open the minds of your children and start the most amazing debates. Used with children of all ages from 5 years, they have been loved by all and have produced the most wonderful discussions. These cards can be used in groups, as individuals for extensions activities or whole class debates. Would you rather be a pen or a pencil? If animals could talk, what would be the first question that you would ask them? Is it always right to tell the truth? When you get home there is a giant lump under your carpet. What could it be and how did it get there? …and many more! IF YOU ENJOY THIS WHY NOT TRY ANOTHER 100 CARDS IN PACK 2
sav11e
Conscience Lesson Pack: New Spec A2

Conscience Lesson Pack: New Spec A2

This lesson pack is designed to cover the OCR New Spec requirements for teaching A2 Conscience in 10.00 teaching hours. It includes all worksheets and activities and are downloadable immediately. What makes these unique? I currently teach around 100 R.S A level students, with up to 26 mixed ability students in a class. This is how I cover the spec in the tight time frame we have. There is also a power point, which can be viewed on YouTube or purchased separately, that complements this lesson pack. There are no bells and whistles, no activities that take hours to prepare or a physics degree to understand. Why? Because as a full time teacher, battling a new spec, there is no time. Once downloaded they are yours to keep and adapt for your students as necessary. Tried and Tested!
IThinkThereforeITeach
Consumption: Need or Want?

Consumption: Need or Want?

Students will think about what they encounter and consume in their day-to-day lives, and think about those things in terms of whether they fulfill a ‘need’ or a ‘want’. Students create a list of consumables and categorise them as needs or wants, then make a list of their own needs and wants.
TheTeachersFriend
Moral issues: Introduction to animal rights and animal welfare issues

Moral issues: Introduction to animal rights and animal welfare issues

This lesson is specifically for young adults to encourage debate - would work well as part of critical thinking, philosophy & ethics and getting students to develop essential skills in debating key issues. Whether we are aware of it or not, animals are a huge part of our everyday lives. From the food we eat to the pets we keep, it’s important that kids today understand what happens to animals and how best to treat them. The rise in veganism and vegetarianism is bringing up a number of issues and causing rifts in society. Both present a number of pros and cons. In this lesson plan, you’ll be taken through what animal rights and animal welfare mean, what they stand for and generally encouraged to push debate with your class.
fabian4