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Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

There are a range of resources in this bundle which can be delivered to students of many abilities from 11-16. Some resources are also applicable to A-Level students. They cover; study skills, English and a range of PSHE/tutorial topics which require little planning. The price of this bundle means that you are getting each resource for less than £1
psyjess
European Day of Languages 2017 Tutor Time/Lesson Activity Presentation

European Day of Languages 2017 Tutor Time/Lesson Activity Presentation

Short and snappy presentation for a tutor time (20 mins) or possibly as a starter activity in an MFL or non-MFL lesson. This is an excellent way to promote and raise the profile of modern foreign languages in your school. The presentation features: - A 'hook' activity to get students to work out which languages are being use on the first slide. Goes beyond the typical classroom-taught languages such as Spanish, French, German etc. and includes Macedonian, Russian, Norwegian and others. - Has a short (5 question) quiz about the countries of Europe, the EU and micro nations. - Explores the concept of European micro nations and disputed territories such as Abkhazia and Transnistria. - Encourages class/group discussion and 'student thought' when thinking about micro nations and what makes a nation. - Finishes with a Christian prayer, perfect for CofE schools. - Includes links to videos which explain the concept of micro nations in a child-friendly way. - Includes a link to a website containing an interactive map where students have to name all of the (recognised) countries of Europe to complete the map. - Slides include footnotes to answer any questions the students may have and to suggest ways of delivering the material.
tcnewman
Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

Radicalisation and extremism can pose a serious threat to any civilised society and in Britain’s case they may challenge and threaten those values that underpin society itself. It is important to try and understand the issues associated with radicalisation and extremism. This session investigates: - The language associated with extremism and radicalisation - Radicalisation/Extremism: Can it be prevented? - Case studies of Extremists - British Values Question Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes downloadable pdf worksheet
sojellyfish
Whole school literacy- words of the week

Whole school literacy- words of the week

This resource contains words and definitions for each year group in the school to learn on a weekly basis for the Autumn term. The words are year group specific and designed to be learnt during form time as a whole school literacy initiative. The words are mostly technical and subject specific to English with a lot of the terms linking to the new AQA GCSE specification.
linsepick
Religious Education  - Journeys / Life Events - Marriage

Religious Education - Journeys / Life Events - Marriage

SAVE 55% (£18.20) with this 12 resource bundle! This is a fully resourced bundle complete with one of our popular timers and interactive starter and plenary resources. The pack contains: Lesson 1: Journeys of Life: This is an introduction lesson to the unit of Journeys. It comprises of: Starter: Think, Pair, Share- Pupils have to think of special events in their life and that of a religious believer. Video clip: Life is a journey individual Task: The journey of my life road map. Rites of Passage within religions: There is a selection of worksheets in order for you to select three to six religions to discuss and a worksheet (differentiated) is provided for pupils to fill in. Lesson 2: Christian Marriage & Wedding Ceremony... This is a fully resourced Grab & Go lesson based on Christian Marriage. PowerPoint: 20 Slides & Work Booklet: 7 pages It consists of: Diamond 9 activity-Reasons for Marriage. Thinking Skills- Purpose of Marriage Acrostic Poem. Exam Style Question on the purpose of marriage. Peer assessment activity on this question. A link to a video clip of an Anglican wedding ceremony and a low chart to fill in based on this video. An interactive 5w plenary activity. Homework Activity: pupils have to ask 10 peers the question 'Should people marry?' and record their responses. Then create a pie chart on the results. Lesson 3: Christian Marriage Service & BINGO game: Following on from our Christian Marriage lesson. This is the second lesson based on Christian wedding ceremony. This is a fully resourced Grab & Go lesson based on Christian Marriage-Activities differentiated for all abilities. PowerPoint: 22 Slides & Work Booklet: 11 pages. It consists of: Starter: 5W follow-on activity. Learning Map:Christian marriage ceremony &symbols Significance of the church building and items Diamond 9 activity-Reasons for Marriage. Revision mats and flashcards on significant aspects of Marriage-Important info that could be asked in an exam- that KS3/4 pupils should know. Homework Activity: Revision for short exam style test next lesson and create your own clothing for bride and groom. BONUS ITEM: Christian Marriage BINGO. This is useful as a starter, plenary or an AFL task throughout the lesson. Based on Key words for Christian Marriage. Included with this resource is a pdf version of the bingo template. Perfect for cutting out and sticking in pupil's books or laminating and using with dry wipe markers. There is an editable version of this on my page together with a generic Bingo PowerPoint-take a look! Lesson 4: Christian Wedding Mystery Lesson: This is a mystery activity lesson on the benefits and challenges of Christian Marriage. This resource pack contains: A PPT (14 slides) and handouts (3 sheets -15 clue cards) . Included in this resource is our 5 minute 'Loading Timer complete with MUSIC. Pupils are tasked with sorting the clues and coming up with their own verdict as to why Laura ran away from her wedding. Lesson 5: Hinduism-Arranged Marriages: This is an introductory lesson to marriages within the Hindu tradition. By the end of this lesson pupils will be able to discuss the benefits and challenges of arranged marriages. This resource pack contains: A PPT (24 slides) and handouts (4 sheets) . Activities include: Bell Task: Thinking Skills question. Starter Task: Design a profile age for your ideal partner. Tasks: Think Pair Share on arranged Marriage. Pupils are introduced to the concept of arranged marriage within Hinduism. A task on divorce rates in various countries around the world and what significance these stats have in relation to arranged marriage. A sort task based on the possible advantages and disadvantages of arranged marriages. A link to a youtube clip on arranged marriage. Pupils will then be split into pairs and one partner will have to write a persuasive speech on the benefits and the other the negatives of arranged marriage.Plenary (Exit task) : Pupils can be selected to deliver their speech. Lesson 6: Hindu Wedding Ceremony: Included in this pack is a 2 minute timer with music! This is a fully resourced Grab & Go lesson based on Hindu Marriage.PowerPoint: 18 Slides & Work Booklet: 11 pages. Starter: Give me 5 activity. Discussion on marriage within Hinduism. Information on the Hindu marriage ceremony. A fun activity that allows the pupils to 'dress up' the figures with the attire worn by the bride and groom at a wedding. Learning Map: Hindu marriage ceremony & symbols. The order of a Hindu marriage ceremony. Diamond Ranking activity on the promises made by the husband and wife. A literacy task on writing a letter about a wedding ceremony. INCLUDED in this pack is our Writing a Formal Letter resource that is worth ��3. Lesson 7: Jewish Wedding Ceremony: This is a lesson on an Orthodox Jewish Marriage ceremony. This resource pack contains: A PPT (29 slides) and handouts (5 sheets) . Included in this resource is our multimedia 5W activity. Activities include: Bell Task: Thinking Skills question. Starter Task: 5Ws-Posing Questions. An activity that is to be completed in pairs to reinforce understanding of the key terms studied this lesson. Link to YouTube video on an Orthodox ceremony. Information sheet on the jewish wedding ceremony. Learning mat on the Jewish ceremony. Plenary (Exit task) : 5Ws-Answering Questions Homework: Choose two questions that haven't been answered during today's lesson and research them. Additional Resources.... Tale as old as Timer: An absolutely beautiful timer.. This runs for approximately three minutes. Each rose petal falls from the rose every ten seconds. Included in this is a large version as a main visual in the lesson or a small icon at the lens hand corner of the slide. Copy this and paste it into any presentation! Quick Notes: This resource has been invaluable in our teaching. The pack includes three performance related quick notes that you should have printed and cut out in preparation for handing to the children at the end of the school day or lesson. It is suitable for any year group and any subject. There are three Quick Notes in total: Praise Improvement Disappointed Theses should be filled in with the relevant information about the child and handed to them at the end of the lesson/ school day. They are designed to be given to the pupil's parents as an indication of their performance. Teacher Feedback Sheet: For use when marking books as a summative feedback for pupils and parents. Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet: An A-Z vocabulary booklet that is left blank for pupils to write specific vocabulary that they need to know. The majority of pages are dedicated to a letter. were as come letters (Y & Z, for example) share a page. The booklet is 40 pages long, this will allow you to have it printed back to back in magazine form as either an A5 (printed on A4 paper) or A4 booklet (printed on A3 paper).
TeachElite
Careers resource- unusual start-up businesses

Careers resource- unusual start-up businesses

A 10 question quiz asking whether a start-up business is real or not. Would work well is a starter activity to encourage pupils to think about unusual ideas within business. Please rate and review to help inform others.
MrBetney
Being a Good Friend Assembly

Being a Good Friend Assembly

An assembly that explores friendship slightly differently than usual. Its split into sections: - Unusual friendships - Unknown friendships - Pet relationships - War
dhartley25
KS3 Assembly - Teamwork

KS3 Assembly - Teamwork

An assembly encompassing the idea of Teamwork. The assembly explores 'what is teamwork?' before looking at different members of team in the world of sport and music. The assembly asks students what they believe teamwork to be and challenges students to see for themselves in a 'Team Students' vs '1 Teacher' quiz. I would recommend using Mini Whiteboards (MWB) for this challenge. There is opportunities for the leader of the assembly to add in their own school's protocols. Suitable for KS3 however can be adapted for KS2 and KS4. Brilliant for Achievement Co-ordinators or Heads of Year.
Eddieball
Black History Month 2017 Assembly / Lesson / Presentation/ Quiz/ Worksheet

Black History Month 2017 Assembly / Lesson / Presentation/ Quiz/ Worksheet

Black History Month takes place throughout the month of October. This resource consists of a visual, 30-page PowerPoint presentation which includes: • Important vocabulary • Key information about Black History Month • When Black History Month takes place throughout the world • How Black History Month began • Criticism of Black History Month • The slave trade • Abolition of slavery • The Civil Rights Movement • Important people in black history • The Windrush • Quotes from Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and Sadiq Khan about Black History Month • Quiz • Interactive matching activity • Interactive naming activity • Notting Hill Carnival spotting activity • Celebrity Activity • Useful images • Links to videos Also included is a worksheet to accompany the quiz. Please note that the quiz questions are the same as those on the presentation, and that the answers are at the end of the presentation. This resource is fully editable and could be used for an interactive assembly or a lesson. All images are copyright free. Please leave a review if you find this useful. Thank you! You may be also be interested in these resources: 2017 Pop Music Quiz , 2017 Film Quiz , KS1 News Quiz, Harvest Festival Assembly / Lesson , Autumn Equinox Assembly/ Lesson , Talk Like a Pirate Day Assembly / Lesson, September Assembly /Lesson Pack
magicinkstand
Assembly on what makes a good leader

Assembly on what makes a good leader

An assembly that looks at year 6 leading the school and the qualities required. then looking at some famous leaders and the qualities they have, Winston Churchill, Tony Stark, The Queen, Yoda and your own head (who is put in because they told you too). it ends with questioning the year groups what can they do to lead the school. for your own school you can make it more specific if you have prefects, mentors or school council etc. Enjoy
colin959