Maths Starters - FREE Taster (PowerPoint with Answers)

Maths Starters - FREE Taster (PowerPoint with Answers)

A FREE sampler of my Maths Starters resources. There are a number of cost effective options for purchasing these resources: - a single PowerPoint (there are 6 in the series) - a bundle of 3 PowerPoints - a mega bundle of 6 PowerPoints This is part of a set of top rated, "turbo-charged" (just take a look), self-contained (what every teacher craves), stimulating (genuinely loved by students and also great for VERY high ability students) morning starters, each with a main task, plus an extension for those who solve the challenge more quickly (this should avoid the question... "I've finished... what should I do now?"). Each challenge is self-explanatory, and should take approx. 15 - 30 minutes to investigate/solve. The tasks are presented in a visually exciting PowerPoint (which I loved creating), with a logical progression of clues guiding students towards the solution. The slides are animated where appropriate to provide clearer explanations and are designed to encourage students to adopt a "mathematical brain" (no sledgehammers allowed! - a slogan my students now associate with me!). Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: math, numeracy, numbers, arithmetic, starters, challenge, brain, stimulate, problem, mental, thinking, abstract
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SCRATCH - a FREE introduction

SCRATCH - a FREE introduction

There are many great sites offering Scratch Projects. However, many tend to be like recipes - follow the instructions and you'll create a cake. Students almost mechanically enter code and create "delicious cakes", without learning an awful lot about Scratch. My goal is to get students to create a fun project, whilst at the same time learn how the instructions work and fit together. To this end, I use the following approach: - break the project down into manageable chunks - present students with "pseudo-code" for each chunk - provide students with the Scratch commands to implement the pseudo-code, but jumbled up In this way, students learn about pseudo-code (an important part of coding), and have to understand the Scratch instructions in order to sequence them correctly to match the pseudo-code. The lessons comprise: 1. a PowerPoint with introductory slides and the project instructions 2. a Word document with the PowerPoint instruction slides printed 2 to a page as a handout 3. accompanying Scratch project files for teachers that match each stage of the project Lessons in this series: A FREE introduction to Scratch. Project I: A maze type project. Project II: Create a question and answer type quiz. Project III: A game where students move a sight with the mouse to shoot ghosts. Project IV: Students create a Music Player with layers of menus for different categories. Project V: Simulate a toy with touch pads. Project VI: Drawing shapes and repeating patterns. Project VII: Base Attack. Project VIII: Flappy Octopus.</> Budle of Projects I-III. Budle of Projects IV-VI. ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested", and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Micro organisms - 1. FREE Introduction (Powerpoint, Videos,  Worksheets and Resource sheets)

Micro organisms - 1. FREE Introduction (Powerpoint, Videos, Worksheets and Resource sheets)

This is part of a series of lessons on Micro-organisms comprising: 1. Introduction to Micro-organisms - FREE 2. The Microscope & Micro organism Art 3. Bacteria 4. The Immune System 5. Viruses & Virus Art 6. Vaccines, Jenner, Small Pox & the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 7. Fungi & Fungi Art All SEVEN lessons Each download contains: - PowerPoint lessons packed with thought provoking material, and individual and class activities - accompanying videos - Word documents to support these PowerPoints Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Search words: micro organisms, science, bacteria, virus, fungi, ks2, science, disease, epidemic, pandemic, illness
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Scratch - Design a Toy Bear (Switched on Computing, Year 4)

Scratch - Design a Toy Bear (Switched on Computing, Year 4)

This is designed to support the Switched On Computing Year 4 unit 4.2, and has been specifically written with year 4 pupils in mind. My goal is to get students to create a fun project, whilst at the same time learn how the instructions work and fit together. To this end, I use the following approach: - break the project down into manageable chunks - present students with "pseudo-code" for each chunk - provide students with the Scratch commands to implement the pseudo-code, but jumbled up In this way, students learn about pseudo-code (an important part of coding), and have to understand the Scratch instructions in order to sequence them correctly to match the pseudo-code. The lessons comprise: 1. a PowerPoint with introductory slides and the project instructions 2. a Word document with the PowerPoint instruction slides printed 2 to a page as a handout 3. accompanying Scratch project files for teachers that match the project Other lessons in this series: A FREE introduction to Scratch. Project I: A maze type project. Project II: Create a question and answer type quiz. Project III: A game where students move a sight with the mouse to shoot ghosts. Project IV: Students create a Music Player with layers of menus for different categories. Project V: Simulate a toy with touch pads. Project VI: Drawing shapes and repeating patterns. Project VII: Base Attack. Project VIII: Flappy Octopus.</> Budle of Projects I-III. Budle of Projects IV-VI. ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested", and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Grammar - a comprehensive set of worksheets

Grammar - a comprehensive set of worksheets

Grammar covered: The 8 Word Classes Nouns Pronouns Crossword - Pronouns Verbs Crossword - Irregular verbs Active and Passive verbs Verbs – “said” Adjectives Adjectives – “nice” Crossword - Adjectives Adverbs Crossword – Adjectives and Adverbs Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs Prepositions Crossword - Prepositions Conjunctions Determiners Phrases Clauses Phrases and Clauses (mixed) Sentences Sentence Challenge Having seen so, so many worksheets on grammar, I finally decided to create this pack - based on cherry picking the best ideas from countless text books and worksheets and adapting. It covers a range of the grammar used up to Year 6 and provides succinct definitions and plenty of varied practice for each topic. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James
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EPR / PSHE Identity, Diversity, Stereotypes and Discrimination

EPR / PSHE Identity, Diversity, Stereotypes and Discrimination

This is a series of 10 by 30-45 minute lessons looking at the inspiring and self-examining topic "Identity, Diversity, Stereotypes and Discrimination". The lessons cover: UNIT 1 1. Who am I 2. The physical me - how my body influences who I am 3. My personality - how my characteristics influence who I am 4. The social me - how my physical environment influences who I am 5. The social me - how the people around me influence who I am (including peer pressure) UNIT 2 6. Similarities and differences 7. Diversity - what is it 8. Diversity - appreciating and embracing UNIT 3 9. Stereotypes 10. Discrimination Review Each lesson is presented through colorful and stimulating PowerPoint presentations, with clearly defined Learning Objectives, and is accompanied with worksheets and videos. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Homophones - worksheets

Homophones - worksheets

These 6 worksheets provide practice at the common homophones: - were, wear, where, we're - to, two, too - there, their, they're Plus 2 pages of misc. exercises covering a mixture of other homophones.
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EPR / PSHE Going for Goals

EPR / PSHE Going for Goals

This is a series of 10 by 30-45 minute lessons looking at the inspiring and motivational topic "Going for Goals". The lessons cover: 1. Personal dreams 2. Setting your goals 3. Achieving your dreams 4. Obstacles 5. Giving up - excuses 6. Overcoming obstacles 7. MY achievements 8. Big Dreams 9. Big Dreamers 10. My big dream Review Each lesson is presented through a colorful and stimulating PowerPoint presentation of ~150 slides in total, with clearly defined Learning Objectives, and is accompanied with ~10 worksheets and ~25 videos. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Maths Starters Bundle - ALL 6 Powerpoints with answers ... get thinking mathematically!

Maths Starters Bundle - ALL 6 Powerpoints with answers ... get thinking mathematically!

This bundle gives you 6 PowerPoints for the price of 4 . This is part of a set of top rated, "turbo-charged" (just take a look), self-contained (what every teacher craves), stimulating (genuinely loved by students and also great for VERY high ability students) morning starters, each with a main task, plus an extension for those who solve the challenge more quickly (this should avoid the question... "I've finished... what should I do now?"). Each challenge is self-explanatory, and should take approx. 15 - 30 minutes to investigate/solve. The tasks are presented in a visually exciting PowerPoint (which I loved creating), with a logical progression of clues guiding students towards the solution. The slides are animated where appropriate to provide clearer explanations and are designed to encourage students to adopt a "mathematical brain" (no sledgehammers allowed! - a slogan my students now associate with me!). Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: math, numeracy, numbers, arithmetic, starters, challenge, brain, stimulate, problem, mental, thinking, abstract
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SCRATCH VIII - Flappy Octopus

SCRATCH VIII - Flappy Octopus

There are many great sites offering Scratch Projects. However, many tend to be like recipes - follow the instructions and you'll create a cake. Students almost mechanically enter code and create "delicious cakes", without learning an awful lot about Scratch. My goal is to get students to create a fun project, whilst at the same time learn how the instructions work and fit together. To this end, I use the following approach: - break the project down into manageable chunks - present students with "pseudo-code" for each chunk - provide students with the Scratch commands to implement the pseudo-code, but jumbled up In this way, students learn about pseudo-code (an important part of coding), and have to understand the Scratch instructions in order to sequence them correctly to match the pseudo-code. The lessons comprise: 1. a PowerPoint with introductory slides and the project instructions 2. a Word document with the PowerPoint instruction slides printed 2 to a page as a handout 3. accompanying Scratch project files for teachers that match each stage of the project Lessons in this series: A FREE introduction to Scratch. Project I: A maze type project. Project II: Create a question and answer type quiz. Project III: A game where students move a sight with the mouse to shoot ghosts. Project IV: Students create a Music Player with layers of menus for different categories. Project V: Simulate a toy with touch pads. Project VI: Drawing shapes and repeating patterns. Project VII: Base Attack. Project VIII: Flappy Octopus.</> Budle of Projects I-III. Budle of Projects IV-VI. ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested", and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Introducing Turtle Graphics

Introducing Turtle Graphics

Text based coding at KS2 is quite a challenge - the syntax demands are very unforgiving! However, having successfully developed and delivered a range of Scratch lessons, I wanted to take this to the next level - hence this resource. The PowerPoint provides enough material for approx 4 one-hour sessions, and of course, once students get started, they can easily fill time with their own ideas. The resource presents 17 Turtle coding challenges, together with the corresponding Python files (the "answers"). I've already delivered it to 3 groups of Year 6 students, and they have absolutely loved it. Whilst I delivered these lessons using the Raspberry Pi hardware, it can just as easily be done on a standard PC. The aim is not to students deep into Turtle programming - rather it is to use Turtle to gain experience in text based coding. The results, once the syntax errors have been identified and corrected, are instant and inspiring, and serve as the motivation to persevere!
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Exploring Fractions through Tangrams

Exploring Fractions through Tangrams

Fractions - love them or hate them, they're part of life!! This resource uses the Tangram shapes to explore fractions and equivalence in a fun (yes!) and visual way. It can be used an an exploratory introduction to your fractions module. Included is a Word document with 5 pages of investigations, an answer grid, a PowerPoint with various resources for you to adapt, and a downloaded youtube video ("A Sage's Journey The Story of Tangrams").
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EPR / PSHE: Getting on and Falling out

EPR / PSHE: Getting on and Falling out

This is a series of 10 by 30-minute lessons looking at the topic "Getting on and Falling out". The lessons cover: - what is friendship - types of friends - being a friend - conflict - resolving conflict - what is anger - levels of anger - managing anger Each lesson is presented through a colourful and stimulating PowerPoint presentation, with clearly defined Learning Objectives, and is accompanied with worksheets and videos. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, and a BIG BIG thanks for looking (as a full time practicing teacher, I KNOW how time consuming this process can be). ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Keywords: epr, friends, friendship, conflict, anger
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SCRATCH VII - Base Attack

SCRATCH VII - Base Attack

There are many great sites offering Scratch Projects. However, many tend to be like recipes - follow the instructions and you'll create a cake. Students almost mechanically enter code and create "delicious cakes", without learning an awful lot about Scratch. My goal is to get students to create a fun project, whilst at the same time learn how the instructions work and fit together. To this end, I use the following approach: - break the project down into manageable chunks - present students with "pseudo-code" for each chunk - provide students with the Scratch commands to implement the pseudo-code, but jumbled up In this way, students learn about pseudo-code (an important part of coding), and have to understand the Scratch instructions in order to sequence them correctly to match the pseudo-code. The lessons comprise: 1. a PowerPoint with introductory slides and the project instructions 2. a Word document with the PowerPoint instruction slides printed 2 to a page as a handout 3. accompanying Scratch project files for teachers that match each stage of the project Lessons in this series: A FREE introduction to Scratch. Project I: A maze type project. Project II: Create a question and answer type quiz. Project III: A game where students move a sight with the mouse to shoot ghosts. Project IV: Students create a Music Player with layers of menus for different categories. Project V: Simulate a toy with touch pads. Project VI: Drawing shapes and repeating patterns. Project VII: Base Attack. Project VIII: Flappy Octopus.</> Budle of Projects I-III. Budle of Projects IV-VI. ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested", and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness. But there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Christmas Memory Game - great fun for all (children AND adults)!

Christmas Memory Game - great fun for all (children AND adults)!

Whilst I was creating my Memory resources , I thought that memorising a set of Christmas images would make a great game to play with the class as Christmas approaches. The children are shown a slide with a number of Christmas images which they need to try and remember. Then, the same slide is shown but with one or more images missing. They have to write down what the missing image or images are on their whiteboards - ideal as a CLASS ACTIVITY. This is then repeated several times with different images removed. ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness - but there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback.
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Memory: Strategies 2 - mnemonics

Memory: Strategies 2 - mnemonics

We all ask and expect our students to learn things, and this requires MEMORY. Memory IS learning. Without memory, there can be no learning. BUT - do we ever give our students an understanding of what memory is, and more importantly, strategies for improving their memory? "Learn your multiplication tables"... sure, but HOW? This series of lessons is designed with this in mind. Session 1&2: Introduction to memory part 1 (incl 3 videos) and part 2 (incl 3 videos) Session 3: Types of memory - short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Session 4: Strategies 1 - linking and stories (incl 2 videos) Session 5: Strategies 2 - mnemonics (incl 6 videos) Session 6: Strategies 3 - names and faces (incl 4 videos) Session 7: Strategies 4 - lists (incl 1 video) Session 8: Strategies 5 - numbers (incl 3 videos) Session 9: Strategies 6 - using routes and locations (incl 4 videos) Session 10: Strategies 7 - misc. (incl 2 videos) Session 11: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Each download contains: - a self-contained PowerPoint lesson packed with thought provoking material, individual and class activities, and accompanying video references - all the video clips referenced in the PowerPoint so that you'll have the videos available to play and will not be subject to any internet concerns ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness - but there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: Barrie James, games, challenge, memory, strategies, brain, numbers, linking, mnemonic, neuron
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The perfect start to the day for any Primary Supply Teacher

The perfect start to the day for any Primary Supply Teacher

Having been a substitute teacher in over 100 different classes in countless schools, I have learned a thing or two over the years - really! The absolute most important is - establish your expectations right at the start. The day is then productive and enjoyable for both you and the children. I use this PowerPoint EVERY time I teach a class for the FIRST time, or as a reminder if I am returning to a class after a period. It guides me and the class through the critical first 30 minutes of the day. Slides are accompanied with detailed Notes where appropriate to explain how the slide is best used. ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested". Before I publish, my lessons are tested in the classroom by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximise their effectiveness.
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Memory: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory

Memory: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory

We all ask and expect our students to learn things, and this requires MEMORY. Memory IS learning. Without memory, there can be no learning. BUT - do we ever give our students an understanding of what memory is, and more importantly, strategies for improving their memory? "Learn your multiplication tables"... sure, but HOW? This series of lessons is designed with this in mind. Session 1&2: Introduction to memory part 1 (incl 3 videos) and part 2 (incl 3 videos) Session 3: Types of memory - short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Session 4: Strategies 1 - linking and stories (incl 2 videos) Session 5: Strategies 2 - mnemonics (incl 6 videos) Session 6: Strategies 3 - names and faces (incl 4 videos) Session 7: Strategies 4 - lists (incl 1 video) Session 8: Strategies 5 - numbers (incl 3 videos) Session 9: Strategies 6 - using routes and locations (incl 4 videos) Session 10: Strategies 7 - misc. (incl 2 videos) Session 11: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Each download contains: - a self-contained PowerPoint lesson packed with thought provoking material, individual and class activities, and accompanying video references - all the video clips referenced in the PowerPoint so that you'll have the videos available to play and will not be subject to any internet concerns ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness - but there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: Barrie James, games, challenge, memory, strategies, brain, numbers, linking, mnemonic, neuron
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Memory

Memory

We all ask and expect our students to learn things, and this requires MEMORY. Memory IS learning. Without memory, there can be no learning. BUT - do we ever give our students an understanding of what memory is, and more importantly, strategies for improving their memory? "Learn your multiplication tables"... sure, but HOW? This series of lessons is designed with this in mind. Session 1&2: Introduction to memory part 1 (incl 3 videos) and part 2 (incl 3 videos) Session 3: Types of memory - short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Session 4: Strategies 1 - linking and stories (incl 2 videos) Session 5: Strategies 2 - mnemonics (incl 6 videos) Session 6: Strategies 3 - names and faces (incl 4 videos) Session 7: Strategies 4 - lists (incl 1 video) Session 8: Strategies 5 - numbers (incl 3 videos) Session 9: Strategies 6 - using routes and locations (incl 4 videos) Session 10: Strategies 7 - misc. (incl 2 videos) Session 11: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Each download contains: - a self-contained PowerPoint lesson packed with thought provoking material, individual and class activities, and accompanying video references - all the video clips referenced in the PowerPoint so that you'll have the videos available to play and will not be subject to any internet concerns ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness - but there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: Barrie James, games, challenge, memory, strategies, brain, numbers, linking, mnemonic, neuron
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Memory:  Strategies 4 - lists

Memory: Strategies 4 - lists

We all ask and expect our students to learn things, and this requires MEMORY. Memory IS learning. Without memory, there can be no learning. BUT - do we ever give our students an understanding of what memory is, and more importantly, strategies for improving their memory? "Learn your multiplication tables"... sure, but HOW? This series of lessons is designed with this in mind. Session 1&2: Introduction to memory part 1 (incl 3 videos) and part 2 (incl 3 videos) Session 3: Types of memory - short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Session 4: Strategies 1 - linking and stories (incl 2 videos) Session 5: Strategies 2 - mnemonics (incl 6 videos) Session 6: Strategies 3 - names and faces (incl 4 videos) Session 7: Strategies 4 - lists (incl 1 video) Session 8: Strategies 5 - numbers (incl 3 videos) Session 9: Strategies 6 - using routes and locations (incl 4 videos) Session 10: Strategies 7 - misc. (incl 2 videos) Session 11: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Each download contains: - a self-contained PowerPoint lesson packed with thought provoking material, individual and class activities, and accompanying video references - all the video clips referenced in the PowerPoint so that you'll have the videos available to play and will not be subject to any internet concerns ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness - but there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: Barrie James, games, challenge, memory, strategies, brain, numbers, linking, mnemonic, neuron
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Memory: Introduction to memory sessions 1 and 2

Memory: Introduction to memory sessions 1 and 2

We all ask and expect our students to learn things, and this requires MEMORY. Memory IS learning. Without memory, there can be no learning. BUT - do we ever give our students an understanding of what memory is, and more importantly, strategies for improving their memory? "Learn your multiplication tables"... sure, but HOW? This series of lessons is designed with this in mind. Session 1&2: Introduction to memory part 1 (incl 3 videos) and part 2 (incl 3 videos) Session 3: Types of memory - short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Session 4: Strategies 1 - linking and stories (incl 2 videos) Session 5: Strategies 2 - mnemonics (incl 6 videos) Session 6: Strategies 3 - names and faces (incl 4 videos) Session 7: Strategies 4 - lists (incl 1 video) Session 8: Strategies 5 - numbers (incl 3 videos) Session 9: Strategies 6 - using routes and locations (incl 4 videos) Session 10: Strategies 7 - misc. (incl 2 videos) Session 11: Memory IS us - the consequences of losing short and long term memory (incl 5 videos) Each download contains: - a self-contained PowerPoint lesson packed with thought provoking material, individual and class activities, and accompanying video references - all the video clips referenced in the PowerPoint so that you'll have the videos available to play and will not be subject to any internet concerns ALL my postings are FULLY "classroom-tested" - before I publish, my lessons are tested by both myself and colleagues, rigorously evaluated and discussed, and continually updated to maximize their effectiveness - but there is always the possibility of error and room for improvement, so do please provide constructive feedback. Teacher/Author: Barrie James Search words: Barrie James, games, challenge, memory, strategies, brain, numbers, linking, mnemonic, neuron
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