What are stereotypes?
To define the term ‘stereotype’ and give examples of discrimination
To assess how our opinions are affected by out surroundings
Contains differentiated material for weaker students and challenges higher ability through high order thinking.
This lesson has been used and accredited as outstanding within many observations and interviews.
This alternative to a carrousel task allows student to stay in their seat yet rotate the resources as it introduced them to Climate Change and Global Warming. It allows teachers to judge prior knowledge, learning and misconceptions students may have. This is combined with excellent starter and plenary resources that consolidate learning objectives and helps teachers plan for the next lesson on this current important theme of geographical study.
Has been used at KS3, GCSE, IGCE, KS4, MYP and A Level standards.
An outstanding resource that introduces this year’s 2018 Football World Cup competition in Russia. There are lots of activities for students to complete and access. There are a supurb range of cross curricular tasks based on Geography, ICT, Maths, English, Art and Science.
Great for the summer and end of year/term activity !!!
A supurb lesson that reviews how changes in the modern family unit and structure is changing. Student and teachers will gain insight, empathy and understanding of the challenges faced by different families in the 21st Century.
To describe how the modern family has changed
To review why these structural changes are important in the 21st Century
Both students and teachers can predict and prepare themselves for the social, cultural, religious and economic impact that this may have in society at local, national and international scales.
Great lesson to introduce student to RS/RE.
Lesson objectives will review:
To identify the differences between fact and belief.
To describe why people hold communal beliefs.
To look at the reasons why people worship.
Includes a Homework activity !
A great end of term challenge to consolidate learning of atlas skills, scale and identification using the silhouette outlines if countries across the globe. Fully differentiated at 3 levels.
Helps with general knowledge too! Test yourself teachers!
2 great resources aimed at consolidating learning. This ties in assessment for learning and gauges understanding of knowledge, understanding and skills within a set lesson.
Great for NQT’s and teacher training!
Highly rated: A fantastic resource that introduces the topic of Ancient Egypt.
Contains images, a historical fun map,hieroglyphics tasks and allows students to design their own cartouche, decipher hieroglyphics, research the unique traditions and cultures of the wonderful Historical topic.
Make a judgement about whether Galen helped or hindered medicine.
Write and peer assess a practice exam question.
Contains card sort, rubrics and level descriptors.
Tried, tested, proven to be outstanding.
"Do you bite your thumb at us sir?" Ever wandered how to insult someone in Shakespearean? A great resource that guides student into flagging, noticing and assessing creative English language. Fantastic for extended essays and critique writing assignments.