A series of lessons to teach pupils how to describe themselves and their families.\nThe lessons are aimed at year 7 pupils at the beginning of the year as they aim to write a piece of Level 3 writing.\n\nIncludes homeworks, requires mini whiteboards.\n\nComments and feedback welcomed :)
My take on The Teacher Toolkit's &'Take Away&'; homework idea.\n\nStudents get given this at the start of term. They are expected to select a range of tasks and complete them at their own pace over the term. Each task has a time limit and a 'heat rating&' (difficulty level).\n\nBrilliant because it condenses the work the teacher needs to do over the term in terms of creating meaningful homework opportunities whilst encouraging learner independence. I am really interested to see how my year 8 classes cope with meeting a deadline.\n\nFeel free to comment
A simple hour long session enabling GCSE students to self-assess their speaking skills.I am using this method as we approach their first speaking exams.Students use their own phones and a set of headphones.
Three lessons from 'Les droits des Jeunes&' module in Expo Rouge 3.\n\nThe first slide contains made up quotes suggesting that Britain is to adopt elements of the French school system in 2014. This really got my classes going and made the learning really relevant (Although they were not too impressed when they realised I had conned them!)\n\nWorksheets are differentiated for Levels 3-5 and the card sort can be done in pairs/small groups.\n\nComments welcome :)
This PPT uses famous monsters to teach students words for parts of the body. The content is taught mostly through speaking and listening games.\nResource needed: Mini Whiteboards/Plain paper and marker pens.
1) This year's SoW overview (to be used alongside Mira 1).\n2) Autumn term UoW in more detail.\n3) Pupil skills tracker (inspired by rhawkes&' tracker)\n4) Pupil&';s learning mat to support Autumn UoW.
A handy self-assessment worksheet for GCSE students preparing for their French speaking exams.\n\nThe grids are based on the AQA marking criteria but have been heavily adapted for pupil use.\n\n\nFeedback welcome and appreciated!
Used for revision purposes leading up to the GCSE Reading and Listening exams.\n\nEnglish and French.\n\nEasily adaptable for other languages.\n\nSee my page for similar resources for Entertainment and Environment.
Free resource to support teachers and students as they start the New Spec GCSE.
Designed to meet the requirements of the AQA Specification but adapted from the Pearson Progression Scales.
Ideal for 'Life After Levels'.
Two lessons to support Expo Rouge 3 Module 3 page 42-43.\nLessons include interactive games, sorting activities, reading and vocabulary challenges, a piece of extended writing ideal for marking/leveling and an excellent quality control peer assessment activity.