I have created frames for four types of plenary assessments I do at the end of each lesson. These frames can be easily changed to allow simple planning time. The frames I have made are for:
Have I got news for you
Question of Sport
each frame is colour coded for level of question (blue = easy, orange = medium, purple = hard)
Catchphrase contains boxes that you can alter the questions within. Once pressed the box will disappear to reveal a part of the catchphrase behind. Pupils love guessing the catchphrases. Their is an abundant source of catchphrase pictures on google images.
Have I got news for you enables pupils to identify the missing keywords from the sentence surrounding the lesson. The tiles that hide the keywords will disappear with each click.
Question of sport contains 5 boxes that are colour coded to show level of difficulty. Pupils pick a number which will hyperlink to a slide with the question on. there is a box in this slide that allows you to hyperlink back to the original slide ready for the next number.
PEEL conclusion is a frame to help pupils develop their written conclusion answers. P = point - make a simple conclusion, EE = explain and evidence - use your table of results to prove this conclusion and L = link - link this conclusion to wider society.