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We offer an extensive range of engaging resource that are proven to educate learners of various ages and abilities. Our catalogue of workbooks cover an array of subjects including Functional Skills, Maths, English, ICT, Retail, Employability, Social Development and Tutorials. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! Contact us at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.

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We offer an extensive range of engaging resource that are proven to educate learners of various ages and abilities. Our catalogue of workbooks cover an array of subjects including Functional Skills, Maths, English, ICT, Retail, Employability, Social Development and Tutorials. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! Contact us at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.
Functional Skills - English - Film/TV Review & Showcase
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Functional Skills - English - Film/TV Review & Showcase

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These worksheets have been designed and proven to educate learners on a variety of subjects that will enhance knowledge, creativity, individuality and embed valuable functional skills. The resource can be used effectively in English/Tutorials sessions and also includes an ICT task. It is suitable for Entry Level 3/Level 1 (although lots of scopes to differentiate within the tasks and an Editable Word Doc is Available). The resource allows the learner to review a Film/TV Show and then showcase their favourite to their group/peers It requires learners to demonstrate various skills and subtly embeds many of the Functional skills as are necessary for assessment and is broken down into the following tasks: Task 1 - Various Warm-up activities, including becoming familiar with the work Genre and identifying descriptive words used by critics. Using a process of elimination, learners will select a film or TV Show that they will use for the next task. Task 2 - Take notes, plan and create a draft review for their chosen Film/ TV Show. Follow the guidance and include all the elements found in a typical review. Task 3 - Learners can now choose between writing their final review using the template provided or upload to the IMDB (Internet Movie Database) and screenprint as evidence. Clear instructions are given for the latter. Task 4 - Learners to produce a PPT and deliver their presentation to their group/peers. Examples have been given along with a checklist to ensure all required detail is included. Extension Activity - Learners can complete a tick list of their favourite ‘Must See’ Films/TV shows and recommend them to friends/family to watch and then individually review. Feedback is Key; we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available; feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
Functional Skills - English - Fizzy Drinks
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Functional Skills - English - Fizzy Drinks

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These worksheets have been designed and proven to educate learners on a variety of subjects that will enhance knowledge, creativity, individuality and embed valuable functional skills. The resource can be used effectively in Tutorials or English sessions . These particular worksheets focus on reading an article based on the growing issue of fizzy drink consumption in the UK and worldwide and requires learners to demonstrate various English and ICT abilities and subtly embeds many of the Functional skills required for assessment. Please Note: There are various spelling and grammar mistakes in the article that have been placed intentionally for the purpose of the first 2 tasks. Answers for these tasks are included in the resource on th last page. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
IA Initial Assessment & ILP  Individual Learning Plan - RARPA
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IA Initial Assessment & ILP Individual Learning Plan - RARPA

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These Easy to follow Initial Assessment and Individual Learning Plan Templates have been put together to allow you as a Teacher/ tutor to gather information about new learners during the first few weeks of a new programme and curriculum year and set targets and new learners objectives throughout the programme. They are designed to help to ensure progress is being made step by step and confirm distance has been travelled from the learners starting point though to completion. Included are 2 PPT Editable templates that can be adapted to your own provision and are easily amended to gather different or further information from your own individual learners/students. Both templates are broken down into various slides that assess various areas and allow for input from anyone who supports the young person. Initial Assessment Provision, Course, Learner Name and Picture EHCP Outcomes and How the provision will meet them. Prior Achievement RARPA (Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement) KEY English Skills Maths Skills Employability and Enterprise Skills Life and Community Skills Personal and Social Skills Initial Target Setting Student Contribution & Comments Family Contribution & Comments General Observation Comments Individual Learning Plan Provision, Course, Learner Name and Picture EHCP Outcomes and How the provision will meet them. (If relevant) Leaner Individual Journey Plan for the Year Accreditation and Qualification - To be Achieved Initial Assessment Summary Initial Target Setting English Skills - Targets – Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Maths Skills – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Employability and Enterprise – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Life and Community – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Personal and Social – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments October Progress Check February Progress Check April Progress Check End of Year Review End of Year Progress Check Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! Just contact us at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
BTEC Workskills - UNIT 11 - Working in a Team- Final Assignment/Workbook
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BTEC Workskills - UNIT 11 - Working in a Team- Final Assignment/Workbook

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This series of resources have been created for those Teaching and Studying Pearson BTEC Workskills Certificate. The qualification itself is made up of over 100 Units and each unit requires assessment that can present evidence and demonstrate that all learning outcomes have been met. These Final Assignment Workbooks include various challenges, activities and tests to prove learners understanding and collate the evidence required to confirm they have met all outcomes. These concluding assignments can be completed by the individual learner and would normally follow 2 - 3 sessions of underpinning knowledge, group activities, research tasks and relevant delivery. This particular instalment in the series focuses on the importance of Working in a Team and covers the following criteria. UNIT 11 Working in a Team. Know what skills and behaviours are needed to work well as a team Match own strengths and skills to a given team task Work positively as a member of a team Know own performance as a member of a team A fully editable WORD DOC version is available on request. Other Units in this series are available on TES and within the Grainge_Ed Resource Shop
Functional Skills - Maths - Reading Timetables
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Functional Skills - Maths - Reading Timetables

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These worksheets have been designed to subtly embed the valuable functional skills learners required to get the most out of education, work and everyday life and help them function more confidently, effectively and independently. They can be used effectively in Tutorials, Maths or various other sessions. This instalment focuses on ‘Reading Timetables’. Learners are tasked with studying 3 different examples, a Bus Timetable, a Swimming Pool Timetable and a College Session Timetable and then extracting the information required to answer the set questions and confirm understanding. The questions can be answered individually or collectively by cutting them into cards. The larger A3 versions (included) can be displayed around the room for the learners to work in groups. Alternatively, the questions could be called out by the tutor for a more active learning experience. Lots of scope for interpretation, the resources also included some blank question sheets so learners can create some peer to peer questioning. Feedback is Key, and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review, and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available, and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
Functional Skills Tutorial - Attendance & Punctuality
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Functional Skills Tutorial - Attendance & Punctuality

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These worksheets have been designed and proven to educate learners on a variety of subjects that will enhance knowledge, creativity, individuality and embed valuable functional skills. The resource can be used effectively in tutorials and also integrated in various other sessions This particular worksheet focuses on the importance of Attendance and Punctuality and is broken down into the following Why is attendance so important? - An activity that requires learner to fill in the gaps of an informative piece of writing. An effective way of going over text and gaining a full understanding. Reasons v Excuses - A couple of tasks that require learners to understand the difference between reasons and excuses used for being absent or late. Promotes some great lighthearted and fun group discussion. Being on time - A eye opening activity where learners will use maths skills to determine the amount of time lost at school, work and College through poor punctuality. Scenarios given. Q&A - A series of thought provoking questions that learner will answer individually and then take part in a group discussion to share thoughts and opinions. Attendance and Punctuality Task - Learner are given a scenario that requires them to Propose, Produce and Promote an Incentive and reward scheme to help improve Attendance and Punctuality in a struggling primary school. The task then requires them to present their schemes with the rest of the group and even display in their ideas in the classroom. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
Functional Skills - English - Holiday to Newquay
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Functional Skills - English - Holiday to Newquay

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These worksheets have been designed and proven to educate learners on a variety of subjects that will enhance knowledge, creativity, individuality and embed valuable functional skills. The resource can be used effectively in Tutorials or English sessions . The resource focuses on visiting the UK town of Newquay. It requires learners to demonstrate various English skills and subtly embeds many of the Functional skills required for assessment and is broken down into the following tasks: Task 1 - Learners will read a promotional text taken from an online site and then rewrite paragraphs in their own words. Task 2 - Using 3 words, learners will describe 8 pictures that will be used in the next task. Task 3 - Learners will write a postcard to a family or friend telling them about their holiday in Newquay including words from the last task. Task 4 - Either using a PC or hand-drawn learners will create a Bus Stop poster to promote visiting the town of Newquay. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
Functional Skills Cooking- Pizza- Theory & Practical Tasks
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Functional Skills Cooking- Pizza- Theory & Practical Tasks

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These worksheets have been designed and proven to educate learners on a variety of world foods and recipes while promoting creativity and individuality. This particular unit of work includes a selection of engaging theory tasks (see below) that will enable them to gain new knowledge of this popular cuisine. Learners will then have the opportunity to plan, prepare and follow a Pizza recipe and method. They will finally self-assess their performance, receive feedback from an observer and set targets as part of their overall evaluation. The 8 tasks are set as follows: What is Pizza - Introductory small writing task that promotes group discussion. History of the Pizza - A true and False Quiz that will educate learners on facts of this world foods origin (answers on the last page) Types of Pizza - An activity that requires the learner to match up ingredients with the correct pizza name (Italian to English). The Perfect Pizza - Learners to work in pairs to investigate alternative ingredients and how they can accommodate lactose and wheat intolerances. Health and Safety - A task that enables learners to highlight health, hygiene and safety awareness in the Kitchen. What will you need? - An embedded maths activity where learners have to calculate the right amounts of ingredients depending on how many pizzas they would have to make. Over to you - Practical Element, learners will pair up to follow a method and cook a Margherita pizza using various ingredients supplied. Self-assessment - A written evaluation, including guided questioning. Photographs taken during practical can be attached. Witness Statement - Tutor/Teacher to feedback and promote Target setting in areas needing improvement i.e confidence, communication, timing, focus etc. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.
Functional Skills Maths - Challenge Workbook 3 - Multiplication
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Functional Skills Maths - Challenge Workbook 3 - Multiplication

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These workbooks have been designed and proven to challenge and assess learners understanding of the knowledge required of them to achieve an understanding of functional Maths skills that range from Pre Entry to Entry level 1-2 The workbooks include various tasks and activities that to suit learners of all ages and varied abilities in preparing them for their up and coming assessment. The resources have been also very successful with keys stage 1 and 2 and with SEN/LLDD learners of all ages. This particular instalment primarily focuses on ‘Multiplication’ and can be easily adapted to stretch abilities of learners working at a higher level and includes a range of tasks and activities that works wonderfully with smart board or interactive technology… i.e King Fred the frog, Mum’s shopping trip or even ‘a day in the garden’… A WORD doc version is available just message me for this format.
Macbeth Flashcards - Set 2 - Tragic Hero
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Macbeth Flashcards - Set 2 - Tragic Hero

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This 2nd series of flashcards, one from each act, evidence ways in which Shakespeare has highlighted Macbeth as a tragic hero. A tragedy play in Shakespeare’s time begins with qualities in a hero that are admired. The hero is loved and there is an element of celebrity and role model. Then a weakness is highlighted and manipulated to bring down the hero with tragic consequences. However, each quote also has relevance to other themes. The purpose of memorising the quotes is to aid a deeper knowledge of the play so that when answering a question the student can move around the play with ease. The quote is on the left-hand side of each card. Prompts for discussion are on the right-hand side of each card. The quotes also have relevance in the discussion of other themes, especially questions that explore the characterisation of Macbeth and plot development. Other sets available: Set 1 – The Supernatural Set 3 – Guilt/Anxiety Set 4 – Ambition Set 5 – Characterisation Set 6 – Plot Development/movement Look out for Bundles too! Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. PPT versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
City & Guilds Unit 411 - Working as part of a Team - Workbook/Final Assignment
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City & Guilds Unit 411 - Working as part of a Team - Workbook/Final Assignment

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This series of resources have been created for those Teaching and Studying the City & Guilds Employability Skills Award/Certificate/Diploma (5546) The qualification itself is made up of many Units all of which require assessment that can present evidence and demonstrate that all learning outcomes have been met. These Workbooks include various challenges, activities and tests to prove learners understanding and collate the evidence required to confirm they have met all outcomes. Each page has a header that includes the individual outcomes covered, which can be assessed and then signed off. The workbook can be delivered as individual worksheets or as a final assignment that would normally follow 2 - 3 sessions of underpinning knowledge, group activities, research tasks and relevant delivery. This particular instalment in the series focuses on the importance of Working as part of Team and making covers the following criteria. Level 1- UNIT 411- Working as Part of a Team Understand why effective teamwork is important. Understand team values and goals. Understand the roles people may take in a team. Understand how to achieve a team goal Be able to implement and review the plan Be able to reflect on the effectiveness of the plan Other Units in this series are available on TES and within the SmartBooks Resource Shop This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! Just contact us at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.
City & Guilds Unit 301 - Planning For Progression - Workbook/Final Assignment
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City & Guilds Unit 301 - Planning For Progression - Workbook/Final Assignment

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This series of resources have been created for those Teaching and Studying the City & Guilds Employability Skills Award/Certificate/Diploma (5546) The qualification itself is made up of many Units all of which require assessment that can present evidence and demonstrate that all learning outcomes have been met. These Workbooks include various challenges, activities and tests to prove learners understanding and collate the evidence required to confirm they have met all outcomes and can be used as a Final Assignment. Each page has a header that includes the individual outcomes covered and can be assessed easily and then signed off. These can be completed by the individual learners as a final assignment or as a group if delivered as a workbook and would normally follow 2 - 3 sessions of underpinning knowledge, group activities, research tasks and relevant delivery. This particular installment in the series focuses on helping the learner plan for progression by understanding their programme and the facilities and support available and by being able to recognise and build on personal strengths. Entry Level 3 - UNIT 301- Planning for Progression 1 Understand own study or training programme 2 Know the facilities & support available in the college 3 Recognise personal strengths (skills, qualities and attitudes) needed for learning and work 4 Agree an action plan for self-improvement Other Units in this series are available on TES and within the SmartBooks Resource Shop
City & Guilds Unit 404 - Effective Communication - Workbook/Final Assignment
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City & Guilds Unit 404 - Effective Communication - Workbook/Final Assignment

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This series of resources have been created for those Teaching and Studying the City & Guilds Employability Skills Award/Certificate/Diploma (5546) The qualification itself is made up of many Units all of which require assessment that can present evidence and demonstrate that all learning outcomes have been met. These Workbooks include various challenges, activities and tests to prove learners understanding and collate the evidence required to confirm they have met all outcomes. Each page has a header that includes the individual outcomes covered, which can be assessed and then signed off. The workbook can be delivered as individual worksheets or as a final assignment that would normally follow 2 - 3 sessions of underpinning knowledge, group activities, research tasks and relevant delivery. This particular instalment in the series focuses on the importance of Effective Communication and making applications and covers the following criteria. Level 1- UNIT 404- Effective Communication 1 Understand why effective communication is important 2 Understand the importance of positive and appropriate behaviour 3 Understand the importance of feedback Other Units in this series are available on TES and within the SmartBooks Resource Shop This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! Just contact us at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.
FLASHCARDS Series Bundle - Driving Theory ROAD SIGNS  1 & 2
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FLASHCARDS Series Bundle - Driving Theory ROAD SIGNS 1 & 2

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This Flashcard Bundle includes both the first and second instalment focused on UK Road Signs and can be used as an effective revision resources for all those studying for the UK Driving theory test. They can also be used as a standalone classroom activity to familiarise students of all ages with UK road signs. They are fully editable resource and available to download as a PDF file or WORD doc. They can be in adapted to suit a range of learner styles and levels. They should on printed on card (preferably) double sided and then cut out and used in any way that best compliments your own teaching style. Flashcards are proven as an effective method in assisting learning and ensuring it is taking place. They embrace a wonderful mental process called ‘Active Recall’ and can be used in various ways such as: • Recapping knowledge – As a starter activity related to the previous lesson. • Refreshing knowledge - Incorporating them randomly in any lesson. • Revising for exams - Confirming the knowledge required for assessment. • Embedding both Maths & English. • Embracing Equal Opportunities & Diversity. • Creating new knowledge – The possibilities are endless. Have Fun
Functional Skills ICT - The World We Live In
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Functional Skills ICT - The World We Live In

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These worksheets have been designed and proven to challenge and assess learners ICT knowledge and capabilities using a functional approach. The tasks engage all and promote creativity and individuality. This particular worksheet focuses on a task that requires learners to demonstrate their capabilities of exploring a chosen country using online resources to research and then transfer their investigations into a presentation that will educate both their peers and tutor. They will then present their findings using the PowerPoint platform. This resource is available to download as a PDF file however an editable Word version is available just message me for this format.
City & Guilds Unit 410 - Keeping Safe - Workbook/Final Assignment
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City & Guilds Unit 410 - Keeping Safe - Workbook/Final Assignment

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This series of resources have been created for those Teaching and Studying the City & Guilds Employability Skills Award/Certificate/Diploma (5546) The qualification itself is made up of many Units, all of which require an assessment to present evidence and demonstrate that all learning outcomes have been met. These Workbooks include various challenges, activities and tests to prove learners understanding and collate the evidence required to confirm they have met all outcomes and can be used as a Final Assignment. Each page has a header that includes the individual outcomes covered and can be assessed quickly and then signed off. The individual learners can complete these tasks as a final assignment or as a group if delivered as a workbook. They would typically follow 2 - 3 sessions of underpinning knowledge, group activities, research tasks, and relevant delivery. This particular instalment in the series focuses extensively on Keeping Safe in Social Situations. Learner outcomes are as follows; Understand different types of risk to personal safety, i.e. Alcohol, Drugs, Sexual activity etc. Understand ways of minimising risks to personal safety Know sources of support available, how to access these and the benefits. Other Units in this series are available on TES and within the SmartBooks Resource Shop This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available; feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com. Feedback is Key; we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! Just contact us at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.
Functional Skills - English BUNDLE- Pesky Seagulls - Footballers Wages - Fizzy Drinks
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Functional Skills - English BUNDLE- Pesky Seagulls - Footballers Wages - Fizzy Drinks

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These BUNDLE Work Books have been designed and proven to educate learners on a variety of subjects that will enhance knowledge, creativity, individuality and embed valuable functional skills. The resource can be used effectively in Tutorials, English or various other sessions . These particular BUNDLE includes the following; Work Book 1 PESKY SEAGULLS focus on reading an article based on the growing Seagull problem in the UK and requires learners to demonstrate English and ICT skills that subtly embeds many of the Functional skills required for assessment. Work Book 2 FOOTBALLERS WAGES focuses on the ongoing debate of Footballer wages and how much they earn compared with other occupations. Tasks include reading through an example of an online forum, leaving their own post, replying to other members comments and then answering a series of question based on the whole forums content. Work Book 3 FIZZY DRINKS focuses on reading an article based on the growing issue of fizzy drink consumption in the UK and worldwide and requires learners to demonstrate various English and ICT abilities. Please Note: There are various spelling and grammar mistakes in the Fizzy Drinks article that have been placed intentionally for the purpose of the first 2 tasks. Answers for these tasks are included in the resource on the last page. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
ILP - Individual Learning Plan Template - RARPA
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ILP - Individual Learning Plan Template - RARPA

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This Easy to follow ILP (Individual Learning Plan) has been put together to allow you as a Teacher/Tutor to gather information, set targets and new learners objectives throughout the programme and curriculum year. It will help to ensure progress is being made step by step and confirm distance has been travelled from the learners starting point though to completion. Included is a PPT Editable template that can be adapted to your own provision and is easily amended to gather different information and continually set new targets and celebrate achievement from your own individual learners/students. It is broken down into various slides and allows for input from anyone who supports the young person. Provision, Course, Learner Name and Picture EHCP Outcomes and How the provision will meet them. (If relevant) Leaner Individual Journey Plan for the Year Accreditation and Qualification - To be Achieved Initial Assessment Summary Initial Target Setting English Skills - Targets – Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Maths Skills – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Employability and Enterprise – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Life and Community – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments Personal and Social – Targets - Target Monitoring – Wow Moments October Progress Check February Progress Check April Progress Check End of Year Review End of Year Progress Check Also available – An IA (Initial Assessment) which has been put together to allow you as a Teacher/ tutor to gather information about new learners during the first few weeks of a new programme and curriculum year and can be fed into this ILP document. Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! Just contact us at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
Macbeth Flashcards - Set 3 - Guilt and Anxiety
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Macbeth Flashcards - Set 3 - Guilt and Anxiety

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This 3rd series of flashcards, one from each act, evidence ways in which Shakespeare has highlighted the theme of guilt and anxiety in the play. It is interesting in Macbeth that Macbeth as a military general had no difficulty in applying violent acts to kill his enemy but could not handle emotionally or mentally the murder of King Duncan. This brings into play questions of right and wrong and integrity and honour. The purpose of memorising the quotes is to aid a deeper knowledge of the play so that when answering a question the student can move around the play with ease. The quote is on the left-hand side of each card. Prompts for discussion are on the right-hand side of each card. The quotes also have relevance in the discussion of other themes, especially questions that explore the characterisation of Macbeth and plot development. Other sets available: Set 1 – The Supernatural Set 2 – Tragic Hero Set 4 – Ambition Set 5 – Characterisation Set 6 – Plot Development/movement Look out for Bundles too! Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. PPT versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
City & Guilds Unit 409 - Career Progression - Workbook/Final Assignment
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City & Guilds Unit 409 - Career Progression - Workbook/Final Assignment

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This series of resources have been created for those Teaching and Studying the City & Guilds Employability Skills Award/Certificate/Diploma (5546) The qualification is made of various Units, all of which require assessment that can present evidence and demonstrate that all learning outcomes have been met. These Workbooks include various challenges, activities and tests to prove learners understanding and collate the evidence required to confirm they have met all outcomes. Each page has a header that includes the individual outcomes covered, which can be assessed and then signed off. The workbook can be delivered as individual worksheets or as a final assignment that would typically follow 2 - 3 sessions of underpinning knowledge, group activities, research tasks and relevant delivery. This particular instalment in the series focuses on Career Progression and covers the following criteria. 1.1 explain the importance of career progression 2.1 identify sources of career progression information, advice and guidance 2.2 identify different career, course and training options from available sources of information, advice and guidance. 3.1 list transferable skills, qualities and experience required to develop a career 3.2 review own transferable skills, qualities and experience 3.3 identify areas of work or study that might be best suited to own transferable skills, qualities or experience 4.1 identify short-term goals that will help with career progression 4.2 develop a career progression plan. Other Units are available on TES and within the SmartBooks Resource Shop This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com. Feedback is Key, and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review, and we will send you another singular resource of your choice for FREE! Just contact us at SmartbooksEd@outlook.com.