This is a great template for a starter or plenary that you can adapt by adding your own questions. The students will have the time it takes the mouse to run into it's hole, to answer the questions you have added to the PPT.
This is a very useful plenary that has been used many times. It can be used as it is, or used as a template for you to add your own words / work.
It contains two plenaries, ODD ONE OUT and Which animal is behind the box?
This training was delivered to a team or Arabic A, Arabic B and Islamic A and B teachers at my previous school in Dubai. It contains the following;
A lesson plan checklist in Arabic and English, we used it as a sticker for laptops and as a screen saver to emphasis all the important elements when planning.
What the difference is between and learning objective and a learning outcome.
A main activity
The plenaries include;
What's in the Bag
True or False
The Genius with 4 Heads
Penny Maths Game
Find me a partner
Odd one out
Just a minute
Beat the Monkey
What's behind the box
I have used this as a very simple way to help less experienced teachers how to plan to show progress; how often to check and how to check. It is not the perfect way, nor is it what an outstanding lesson would look like, but it can be used in PD to help create dialogue about checking for progress.