Marking Ladder

Marking Ladder

I used this with my behaviour management system, with older pupils. The ladder is rated 1 - 10 (10 is highest), the teacher rates how well the pupils behaved in the lesson and mark on a check card, when the check card is filled, they earn a reward (either individual or with the class).
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Plenary for Perimeter

Plenary for Perimeter

This short quiz question can be given out to the class as a plenary when teaching perimeter or shapes.
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Weekly Planning Sheet

Weekly Planning Sheet

This planning sheet template should be used when planning lessons, it includes the structure of the lesson (you can use in conjunction with my evaluation sheet).
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LSA Weekly Pupil evaluation form

LSA Weekly Pupil evaluation form

This evaluation form should be used every week when teaching pupils who are in need of extra assistance in or out of the classroom. You must specify your learning objectives, resources, how the lesson went, if the pupil experienced any difficulties and a self-evaluation. This is best checked with the SEN management and filed for reference.
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The Gold Star Chart

The Gold Star Chart

These are advisable for parents/teachers when they want to motivate children to do their homework or other activity.
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Assessment smileys

Assessment smileys

These smileys are a really cute addition. Helpful for younger years and can boost their confidence as well as helpful for ongoing assessment.
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Geometry group presentation

Geometry group presentation

This activity is helpful when you are teaching perimeter and area of triangles, trapeziums and parallelograms. Each group prepares a poster on the rules of their shape and then presents it to the class. This took most of the lesson and they all knew the rules by the end of the lesson.
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Homework to revise topics

Homework to revise topics

This homework can be given to year 8 before you give an assessment, it revises topics such as factors and multiples, sequences, angles and more.
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How to present math work

How to present math work

This poster should be hung in the math room to show students how to present their work neatly in their books. This prevents all the questions, like where does the title go, I don't have space on my page....
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Percentage worksheets

Percentage worksheets

These worksheets break up percentage calculations - first they divide numbers into 10 or 5%, then they calculate small numbers and then they apply it to practical problems.
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POINTS

POINTS

These points can be cut out and given to pupils when they deserve it. It can be used in conjunction with any prize system and is applicable for any age. They are made to look like money so it can be used in 'shop'.
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Washing line activity

Washing line activity

This washing line activity is really fun for years 3 and 4. I used it to teach hundreds tens and units. I hung the flashcards on the washing line, asked questions about the numbers (included) and allowed every child to have a chance to answer. The children loved it!
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Activity for symmetry

Activity for symmetry

This activity is ideal for when you are starting to teach symmetry (year 7/8). I cut out the words on coloured paper and then hung them in a random order around the whiteboard and asked the students to put it in the correct order, which makes them work out the definition.
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Lesson objectives with Assessment

Lesson objectives with Assessment

This is a traffic light where you write what the students should achieve by the end of the lesson, they circle the red/orange/green traffic light to assess where they are holding. Then they see what they have learnt over the lesson.
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Year 8 Algebra Test

Year 8 Algebra Test

This is the test I gave the lower ability students in the Year 8 class. It first covers material on the Year 7 syllabus and then goes onto the Year 8 syllabus. The questions are set out clearly and accurately.
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Match the angles to the correct names

Match the angles to the correct names

This worksheet is for year 7 or 8, to help them learn the names of the angles, as well as recognize that degrees are also named. I used it to quiz the students on who remembers this from last year.
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Measure the clock

Measure the clock

This worksheet teaches students how to draw angles in a practical way. They first need to draw the time on the clock and then measure the angle they have drawn. More advanced students can name the angle.
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