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I'm a teacher of English and Drama a coach and a writer. I have written educational articles and resources including films, and enjoy being creative and new ideas.

I'm a teacher of English and Drama a coach and a writer. I have written educational articles and resources including films, and enjoy being creative and new ideas.
Alibi, fill in the gaps, worksheet.
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Alibi, fill in the gaps, worksheet.

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This fill in the gaps worksheet could be used after the Alibi PowerPoint activity. The following words and idioms will stretch the learner! Interrogate, simultaneously, discrepancies alibi, exhaustive, fictitious, watertight, doesn’t hold water, hand in glove, leads you up the garden path, tall story, smell a rat, fishy, a likely story. Plausible robbery villain, no good, moral dilemma, conscience, foul play, controversial, notorious, infamous.
The Doctors
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The Doctors

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Learning activities that help children learn about, and gain confidence in visiting the doctor.
SEND Strategies for effective learning.
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SEND Strategies for effective learning.

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Strategies to personalise learning in a Foundation Send Curriculum is a Powerpoint presentation suitable for training teachers, tutors and support staff. It is Ideal for in-service days training, and fosters best practice and discussion.
A Healthy Diet
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A Healthy Diet

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Students training to be childcare practitioners reflect on their own eating habits, compare a day in their eating life to the Eatwell Plate and plan an menu for pre-schoolers.
Homophones quiz
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Homophones quiz

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An interactive powerpoint that helps with spellings of some common homophones. It ends with a worksheet which can either be printed or be done as a class.
Maths Riddles
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Maths Riddles

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A good ice breaker to start a maths lesson with and a good resource to use remotely via Zoom or Teams. Gets children thinking laterally and having fun.
PARTY PLANNING PROJECT
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PARTY PLANNING PROJECT

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In groups, pupils plan a hypothetical party, with a different task for each group to compete and present to the class. They also have 2 individual tasks as part of the project. Cross Curricular learning points include:- English, Maths, Communication, Negotiation, Presentation, Problem Solving, Creativity and Design.
Why Punctuate?
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Why Punctuate?

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A Powerpoint presentation which uses humour to demonstrate how the lack of punctuation can change the meaning of a sentence.
Boredom Busters
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Boredom Busters

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These boredom busting games eradicate boredom, and are useful fillers in the teacher’s toolkit. Many of them are suitable to use remotely. Whether lining up for lunch, getting ready to come in from play, going into assembly or remotely, waiting for everyone to enter on Zoom! Children sometimes have to wait. These games offer some fun and make you a very popular teacher.
FILMS
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FILMS

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A total lesson plan based on the topic of films, looking at plot types and the 7 story steps. This lesson is suitable for English lessons and ESOL students.
Silly Sentences
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Silly Sentences

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A fun Powerpoint presentation which lets pupils guess how to punctuate a sentence so that it makes sense, rather than sounding silly.
ALIBI. A game of communication and observation for all ages.
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ALIBI. A game of communication and observation for all ages.

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This presentation sets out the game of Alibi for the teacher to present to the class. The game is a creative activity suitable for year 5 up to year 13 which they will love. Learning objectives include Creating a story Writing Creative thinking Communication – speaking and listening. Asking and answering questions Presenting Observation
STATIC ELECTRICITY EXPERIMENTS
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STATIC ELECTRICITY EXPERIMENTS

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Static electricity experiments introduce scientific concepts to children in a playful way. These activities are suitable for demonstrating and also letting the children experiment.