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It's All About Me Museum

It's All About Me Museum

Looking for a Back to School Project to engage each and every student? Do you want your class get to know each other better at the beginning of the year? Want to learn more about your students? Looking to have some fun for your first class project? It's All About Me Museum includes: student handouts, timeline, four artifacts, wants & needs collage and teacher grading rubric. The student handout is editable so you can put in your own due dates.

By sarah_mcnamara43

Huge end of term year quiz

Huge end of term year quiz

A massive quiz for use with your classes or tutor groups which covers a wide variety of subjects. None of the questions in this quiz are time-sensitive, so once you have purchased it you can use it every year with your new classes without having to worry about altering the questions. Comprising of over 70 questions in 12 different categories, this quiz tests students' knowledge in a range of different ways. There are picture rounds, music clips, anagrams and pictograms as well other different styles of questions. The PowerPoint presentation is fully interactive and allows pupils to select the category they would like. Then with one click, the questions for that topic will load up. Once the round is complete, simply click on the home button to return to the selection screen again. This allows students to answer the questions in an order which suits them, or you can use the quiz in shorter bursts, only playing the rounds that they want to. There is also an answer sheet for teams to write their answers. Simply print this out, load up the slides and away you go! Pupils can mark each others' answers too, meaning there is no planning and no marking required.

By njcharter

Poster competition to use during science week/end of term

Poster competition to use during science week/end of term

A Power Point with instructions for a poster competition based on science and our community/nation Could be used as a whole school activity or just for your class Encourages cross curricular links and creativity A fun way to end the term or to accompany your science week plans

By sophiemunday

How useful is my library - an activity to allow students to get to know their school/public library

How useful is my library - an activity to allow students to get to know their school/public library

Can be used at the start of the year as a lesson in the library or as a homework to encourage students and parents to use their local library. The activity is made up of a series of questions which the students can find the answers to all over the library or from the librarian. It should encourage them to explore the facilities available and allow them to feel confident using the library. The task is independent and students can keep the booklet once complete for reference Both files have the same content, the only difference is that the booklet should print as a booklet if you select double sided when printing.

By sophiemunday

Religion: Introduction to Inquiry Based Learning Social Justice Unit

Religion: Introduction to Inquiry Based Learning Social Justice Unit

Three resources used in a 9 Theology unit on social justice and the work of laypeople. 1) a PowerPoint introducing students to Inquiry Based Learning. It includes the two big questions of the unit (aka fertile questions). Students to complete a KWL chart before learning to develop sub questions to answer the two big questions. It then talks students through a process that they can use to begin finding answers to these questions. It includes an explanation of BOOLEAN search practices which can be used when researching online to produce more relevant results. 2) A list of prayers required to be taught throughout the year (grade 9) 3) A table which explains the various steps of TELSTAR (the structure used for this Inquiry unit)

By lrigb4

Learning with Nature: Lesson Plan & Film

Learning with Nature: Lesson Plan & Film

Students watch the short film, Into the Middle of Nowhere by Anna Frances Ewert, which follows a group of young children as they engage in imaginative play at an outdoor nursery in Scotland. In this lesson, students consider how interacting with nature can help young people develop confidence, creativity, and resilience. Students examine their personal habits regarding time spent outdoors vs. time spent indoors (particularly with electronics) and reflect on their own unique relationships with the natural world. 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

A Day in the Life: Lesson Plan & Film

A Day in the Life: Lesson Plan & Film

Students watch the short film, "Amar," by Andrew Hinton, which documents a day in the life of a 14-year-old boy in India who applies focus and determination to achieve his goals. In the accompanying lesson, students examine the routines of their own lives and the lives of children around the world, and consider what motivates them throughout their daily tasks. 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

Travel Poster Activity

Travel Poster Activity

Have your students create a poster design by looking up travel websites and providing the best advise they can find. It builds - planning skills; - design skills; - searching skills; - cost benefit analysis.

By pro_resources

End of Year Term Quiz 2017

End of Year Term Quiz 2017

This end-of-year quiz 2017 is the perfect resource for all classes or form time at the end of term or during activities week. The PowerPoint presentation is full of questions from the previous academic year (now updated to include July 2017) covering a number of topics including general knowledge, sport, current events and music. There is a round of questions for each month from September 2016 to July 2017 to test pupils memory of key moments from these months, all presented clearly and illustrated with an image to make an eye-catching presentation. There are also three bonus rounds mixed into these which test their knowledge of the biggest films, television shows and music. This quiz can be taken individually, but is best enjoyed in teams, and requires no additional input from the teacher accept handing out some paper and maybe the odd pen. Pupils can mark each other's answers using the slides included in the PowerPoint file. I hope you enjoying taking part!

By njcharter

Thinking hats .... get out of the box

Thinking hats .... get out of the box

Getting young people to think out side of the box using the 6 thinking hats, this is a 3 hour session and afternoon tasks, no lesson plan but has notes on slides with key questions

By magicmagic

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

This is an inspirational assembly that looks at the issue of what can we do to make a difference. Some terrific video clips and some really good stories. This can be done at any time of year, but it will almost certainly result in you getting a standing ovation!

By laumorrow