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Order of Operations BODMAS
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Order of Operations BODMAS

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This resource explains the order of operations. It then provides examples for learners to try. It has a multiple choice quiz and then a set of differentiated questions for learners to try which can be used as a means of formative assessments.
How to Use Microsoft Excel
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How to Use Microsoft Excel

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This resource introduces learners to microsoft excel and what it is used for. It starts off with basics and shows cells, columns and rows and how these are identified and accessed. It engages learners with this through the use of games e.g. -cell art where they have to fill the cell with the correct colour and make the picture. -cell mine field which they play with a partner (like battleships) cell bingo (there is a linked spinning wheel with all cells ref) Finally it leads children up to a mini project where they plan and budget a dinner for their family. They can use the internet or magazines to get prices or simply make them up. They must record their costs, quantities etc on their spreadsheet. For more challenge, I introduced more confident learners with simple formulas to calculate their totals.
Persuasive Writing - Design a Theme-park
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Persuasive Writing - Design a Theme-park

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This writing resource shows learners how to create a persuasive leaflet for their own theme park. They must use persuasive strategies to engage their reader and promote their park.
Creative Writing: Describing a Winter Setting
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Creative Writing: Describing a Winter Setting

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This resource focuses on describing setting during creative writing. It begins with a starter which focused on personification and teaches learners how to use personification and create it. The resource then shows a number of winter settings and encourages learners to describe the setting using the five senses. This can be printed as a page for learners to complete independently or in small groups. Alternatively, it can be completed as a whole class on the interactive whiteboard. The resource then talks the learners through the process of planning. This resource uses the story mountain format which has been attached as a pdf. Finally, the resource gives a modelled story opener to discuss with learners.
Percentages of Amounts
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Percentages of Amounts

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This powerpoint teaches learners how to calculate simple and then more complex percentages of amounts. It contains finisher questions for both which can be used as a means of formative assessment. It also contains a set of three questions sets which are differentiated by stars to challenge all learners.
Using the Bible
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Using the Bible

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This resources teaches learners how to locate scripture passages. It breaks Bible references down into sections and teaches it in stages. It has a range of challenges which can be used to engage learners and make it more exciting.
Direct Speech
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Direct Speech

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Short grammar input which revises the rules for direct speech and includes some written activities.
Morning Daily Starter Slides & Tasks for January ASN/ASD colours
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Morning Daily Starter Slides & Tasks for January ASN/ASD colours

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Daily morning Starters to engage learning first thing in the morning. The starters rotate on a weekly basis. The colour scheme is ASN/ASD friendly. I have chosen muted colours with grey undertones as this can be more calming and less over stimulating for learners with ASN. They cover a range of topics from: Numeracy Spelling Grammar Writing Problem solving Geography General Knowledge Inferencing Skills
Positive & Negative Integers Introduction Lesson
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Positive & Negative Integers Introduction Lesson

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This lesson provides an introduction to positive and negative integers. It begins by explaining what an integer is and discussing different examples of how we use negative integers in real life. It then has a few different examples and discussion points using real life examples which can be done as whole class, individuals or groups e.g. weather, money etc. The resource then goes on to describe positive integers as hot numbers and negative integers as cold numbers. I find this really helps learners when performing calculations involving integers. The resource also contains a simple tug of war game that can be printed and played in pairs or played on the board with volunteers. For the game, someone is positive and someone is negative, they roll a dice and they move that number of spaces on the number line. Negative player moves to the left and positive player to the right. The winner is the person who makes it to their end of the number line. This is just a very simple game that encourages the children to add positive or negative integers and helps them visualise it on a number line. The resource then goes through different examples of adding and subtraction integers. It has a visual number line to support learners. When explaining this to learners, I use the terminology of hot and cold numbers and use the example of a drink e.g. adding hot numbers will increase the temperature, adding cold numbers will decrease it or subtracting hot numbers will decrease the temperature and subtracting cold numbers will increase the temperature. Finally, there are 6 quick questions that learners can answer and this can be used as a means of formative assessment.
How to Make a Powerpoint Presentation
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How to Make a Powerpoint Presentation

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This is a great resource for taking learners step by step through many of the basic stages of creating a powerpoint. It can be displayed clearly on the Interactive Whiteboard and there are screenshots and arrows which show learners exactly what to select. It covers -adding text adding images changing backgrounds using transitions
Literacy Starters
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Literacy Starters

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This literacy starter resource contains 20 different starter activities. It provides a range of starters across a variety of literacy genres. It has tasks related to spelling, grammar, writing and listening & talking. The starter aims to revise and consolidate common issues which revise in literacy for learner in KS2. It looks at issues such as homophones, proof reading, direct speech and many other areas. All activities are short and can be completed on whiteboards. Many starters also contain a challenge task for more able learners. It contains 20 different starter activities.
Persuasive Letter To Santa
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Persuasive Letter To Santa

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This resource teaches learners how to use persuasive strategies and use these to create a persuasive letter to Santa. It discusses the effect of different persuasive devices then provides a modeled letter that can be the basis of class discussion for learners to identify the strategies used and the effect they have. It also models the correct layout of a letter.
Decimal Tenths Powerpoint
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Decimal Tenths Powerpoint

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This powerpoint contains a variety of different sections that can be grouped together into one lesson or be taught as independent concepts. This resources covers: Converting from fraction to decimals Ordering decimals Place value of decimals up to tenths Placing decimal tenths on a number line
French Greetings & Introductions Role Play Cards
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French Greetings & Introductions Role Play Cards

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This resource can be used to encourage children to practise their french greetings and introductions. Each child is given a card with a character. There are a number of games you can play with these cards e.g. FInd your pair, find someone the same age, find someone who lives in the same country or other characters born in the same month. These cards can be used in multiple French lessons such as names, ages, locations and birthdays.
Chinese New Year and the Chinese Zodiac 2024
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Chinese New Year and the Chinese Zodiac 2024

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This powerpoint goes over the key teaching points about Chinese New Year and the different traditions involved in it. It then explains the Chinese Zodiac and allows the children to see which animal they are. It then goes on to explain the characteristics of someone from the Year of the Dragon. At the end there are examples of different tasks the learners could complete. These could set or learners could be allowed to choose. You could also complete these as a series of rotational stations.
Features of a Newspaper Article
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Features of a Newspaper Article

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This resource teaches learners how to write a newspaper article by looking at the main features. It covers Names of newspapers Headlines Bylines/leadlines Formal tone