A fun and quick paced intro Python lesson with a, to quote "sick starter".
Starter: Give one get one on images that relate to A.I. and a bit of a recap on Python turtle. After this students will build up conversation strings with if, else and elif statements. There is plenty of traffic light AFL points and a really enjoyable lesson. You will need to print off 2 pages I have included so they can do the starter and read the code.
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Very interactive lesson that covers secure passwords and students researching and presenting areas on internet safety. I have included a lesson plan, and also a separate quiz, that you could use in a following lesson to check on retention, or homework.
A stand alone lesson designed for AS business studies covering the different intellectual property available to business. This was used for Chinese students doing the Edexcel spec but I have used this in the UK since and also for GCSE. There is a interactive presentation plenty of discussion on questioning followed by a task sheet for students to decide which protection certain products could have.
IF YOU DOWNLOAD THIS PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT / REVIEW. I SHARE MY RESOURCES ITS ALL I ASK word memory starter or plenary, can be tailored to any specific area and also some key word presentation slides, that is designed as a fun test, but again can be changed. Was used for Chinese students but a good way of checking retained terminology
IF YOU DOWNLOAD THIS PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT / REVIEW. I SHARE MY RESOURCES ITS ALL I ASK A Presentation and the rules to one of the most enjoyable classes I have come across, students will have to make shapes to exchange these shapes for money, mirroring production of goods from raw materials in the real world. Each team represents a country,it will enable students to learn about the WTO and the IMF through kinerthetic learning styles. I would reccomend buying some fake money to do this game, monopoly set should suffice.
Starts off with a guess the hardware quiz, students do their best to get as many as they can, then they have a "Give On Get One" activity to see how many more they can get. Run through some answers. Then students do a digital mix and match activity that is self marking, and gives good opportunity for progress. We run though some answers with traffic light indicators. Then students use whiteboards, or blank paper to answer 3 questions relating to hardware, that they may not know. Fox task research for peer learning. Plenary is to ask both same and similar questions on the hardware, now they should be able to answer well.
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A introduction to organisational structures where students must build pyramids from cups as a starter activity, then there is an animated demonstration of the span of control, chain of command etc.. I used this for AS students in China, but I feel it is more suited to that of a KS4 student. Complete with task book.
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An interesting presentation using fruit as a hook to demonstrate different economic systems from market, to planned and mixed. This also covers a little on international trade and embargo too, nice images throughout and ultimately it should save you some time, give it a go, and as always feedback welcome, let me know how the fruit bit goes PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW
IF YOU DOWNLOAD THIS REVIEW IT PLEASE, I share my resources its all I ask in return. a sheet of a4 images with titles, i.e. a penguin with the word resilience, then another card, that will explain this and mention other key words that could be used. Covers sample types, break even, leadership etc.. Perfect for revision. I have used this as a game where students play each other turning 2 cards over at a time in order to try and get a pair, by turning the image(title) and the explanation together, the one with the most pairs at the end wins. Feedback welcome :-)
A brief introduction to Python Turtle, which includes sequencing and also mini whiteboard plenaries. A novice teacher to Python will be able to deliver this effectively and extend the tasks to draw interesting pictures.. Please buy this, I have a staff night out coming up :-(
A brief into to Python getting students to use whiteboards to create and break codes, and identifying that when codes are not inputted exact the output wont work. Students use whiteboards / possibly traffic light cards to make this, somewhat dry topic, quite kinaesthetic and engaging. They will Print and store variables through the lesson.
Please review or leave feedback, I share my resources it’s all I ask in return. The hot seat is a kinesthetic activity where students are placed in the hot seat and asked to try and guess the words other students have specified on the board relating to any particular topic, marketing for example. This activity can be used to test both your G&T students and you SEL, basically every student across the board, a differentiated task for checking retention and understanding from all involved. Complete with countdown sound clip and it is fully animated with timing in place.
Students will sequence a set of instructions to navigate a moon rover to a set point on the map. This is quite basic but you can add further obstacles to suit. I have developed this by giving tasks to pick up stranded astronauts etc..
2 presentations designed to be delivered to AQA spec AS level business students at the start of the marketing units. There is a word document to accompany the product portfolio analysis PPT that is 6 products all produced by different companies i.e. Apple, Ford, Cadbury’s. I got students to put them in order or the revenue they generated. I hope these help, all feedback welcome. Pat
Moc Exam based on the New Balance pre-release. Should help familiarize your students with the case study and preemptively prepare for certain questions.
I have provided a K, AP, AN, E based answer where students have to identify what area of the answer attains these marks. Through their ability to identify this in others answers will in turn become a safeguarding mechanism so they do it in their own.
This gave a broad assessment approach to testing understanding from the KS3 Representation of Data unit.
This is complete with an assessment pyramid and contains Included is assessment on types of data, binary, digital images, digital sound and logic gates.
An introduction into Python maths. This is really good to use as a transition lesson after a couple of lessons on Python with variables and print etc.. It shows the variables in maths and how Python could be used for good practical application. It's also mega fun, the worksheet is differentiated too so students can start at different points depending on ability and can be extended to introduce their own meals and prices etc.. There are lots of points set to assess understanding, mainly done through traffic light indicators. Students really love this, if you need a technical lesson on Python during the early stages to impress, this is it!! Also works as a good stand alone lesson for some good fun where lots of progress is made.
This builds into the graphs from a very basic level. I have used this successfully for a very mixed abilillity class at AS economics and have been able to get all students to both grasp it and use the graphs to answer questions.