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I have been teaching at the high and senior high school/College levels for the past 30 years. I have also taught ESL students both at primary, secondary and senior secondary levels. I am passionate about teaching English, Psychology and Sociology to adolescents. I am also teaching English and SOSE Methods to M.Teach students. Hope you find the resources in my shop useful which have been tested and found to be effective.

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I have been teaching at the high and senior high school/College levels for the past 30 years. I have also taught ESL students both at primary, secondary and senior secondary levels. I am passionate about teaching English, Psychology and Sociology to adolescents. I am also teaching English and SOSE Methods to M.Teach students. Hope you find the resources in my shop useful which have been tested and found to be effective.
Freud's Stages of Psychosexual Development
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Freud's Stages of Psychosexual Development

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This is an excellent product summarizing the five different stages of psycho-sexual development. It includes a graphic organizer for students to work on, followed by the answer key. A great classwork or homework activity! Print and go!!!
Sentences, Phrases & Clauses
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Sentences, Phrases & Clauses

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This resource first describes the main types of sentences, clauses and phrases with examples.Then three different worksheets are provided with answers for students to learn and master their skills in the usage of English language. This product includes following ppt slides: - Types of sentences (simple, compound and complex) - Types of Clauses - main and dependent clauses, noun, adverb and adjective clauses and worksheets on identifying the following: - Types of sentences - Types of clauses (main or dependent) - Types of clauses (noun, adverb or adjective clauses) A clear distinction is also made between a clause and a phrase with examples. The ppt slides and the worksheets are ready to go! You can print the worksheets and distribute to students. However, if you wish, you can also add/delete/edit the content according to your class requirements. What is more, the answer keys for all the worksheets are also provided for peer-marking!
Psychology: Stream of Consciousness Writing Activity
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Psychology: Stream of Consciousness Writing Activity

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This resource aims at making students understand William James' concept of 'stream of consciousness'. This activity involves students writing about their thoughts in a stipulated time duration and then reflecting on the probable reasons for change in the topics of their thoughts. This is a great activity for initiating interesting class discussions based on students' flow of thoughts!
The Apostrophe
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The Apostrophe

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This is a very versatile resource to teach and remind students about the usage of an apostrophe in English Language Class. This graphic organizer presents in a nutshell how an apostrophe should be used. This can be used as a poster on the walls of the classroom or a handout to students, which is presented in an eye-catching color with rules and examples.
Sociology of Family Worksheet
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Sociology of Family Worksheet

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This resource has 25 statements that describe specific behaviours which are to be categorised under Feminist, Functionalist or Conflict perspectives. Students are also asked to come up with their own examples for the three perspectives mentioned above. The answer key is provided. This activity instigates lively discussions in class as students work through the statements.
NAPLAN: Year 5 Interactive Notebook for Spelling & Vocabulary
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NAPLAN: Year 5 Interactive Notebook for Spelling & Vocabulary

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Here is a great product for improving Year 5 students' spelling and vocabulary skills. There are 14 worksheets in which meticulously selected words in line with NAPLAN requirements (Australian Curriculum) are included for spelling practice and vocabulary learning. The last worksheet gives scope for creative writing using the words that students have learnt. This resource can be used in many different ways: 1. As a term-long workbook, when printed and made into a booklet 2. As a weekly classwork/homework exercise 3. As a ready-to-go relief lesson 4. As a ready resource for gifted and talented students in Year 4. 5. As a revision exercise for Year 6 students. In whichever way it is used, students would benefit from this resource, that is for sure!!! It is definitely worth-buying, just print and go!!!!
Psychology: Research Methods Task Cards
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Psychology: Research Methods Task Cards

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A great resource for revising the important concepts (36 concepts) in psychological research methods. This could be used as a revision tool either individually or as a class. It will be useful for conducting mini-tests on selected concepts every lesson just before the exam.
Social Psychology Study Cards (1)
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Social Psychology Study Cards (1)

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This first set of study cards includes key terms and concepts and their definitions in social psychology. These cards can be printed and given out to students to learn and revise social psychological key terms. There are 20 cards with definitions covering terms such as: altruism, conformity, groupthink, social loafing, stereotypes, persuasion, by-stander effect, and two routes of persuasion.
Think Aloud Worksheet
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Think Aloud Worksheet

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This resource enables teachers assist students with their thinking process while reading a text, especially in English Language Arts. Teachers can use the think-aloud procedure to teach students how to direct and monitor their thinking during reading. As students think aloud, they respond to the text, identify big ideas, ask self-questions, make connections, figure out how to solve problems that may arise and reflect on their use of strategies. This procedure is valuable because students learn to be more active readers, thinking metacognitively and regulating their own cognitive processes (Baker, 2002). Teachers can also use this procedure as an assessment tool. This worksheet includes teacher instructions and pertinent questions for students to which they think and respond.
Vague Pronouns
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Vague Pronouns

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This is a great product for teaching students how to avoid using vague pronouns in sentences. A clear description of what a vague pronoun is in a sentence and three different ways in which vague pronouns could be avoided are given with examples. This is followed by a practice work of 10 sentences with their answer key. This lesson does not need any preparation, just print and go!! What is more is, the worksheet is editable too! This can also serve as a sub lesson!!!
NAPLAN: Year 9 Interactive Notebook for Spelling & Vocabulary
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NAPLAN: Year 9 Interactive Notebook for Spelling & Vocabulary

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Here is a great resource for developing English spelling and vocabulary skills in Year 9 students. It includes a set of 15 spelling and vocabulary exercises out of which, the last one adds a creative flair to writing. The words are carefully chosen based on ACARA-NAPLAN requirements and students need to write and practise those words. They are also required to write the meanings of four words in each of the exercises and use them in their own sentences. This resource can be used in many different ways based on student needs and the time available: 1. as a regular feature of classwork or 2. as a part of weekly homework or 3. as a study circle activity or 4. as a sub lesson when you are away from work. This resource can also be printed as a booklet at the start of the term/semester and treated as on-going work which can be assessed at the end of the term through a spelling test/dictation.