add your objectives/outcomes to the text box or spercific questions for the students and they answer. you can collect it in and use it to inform your planning for next lesson.
great to asses progress in the lesson and students to self asses their progress
Full lesson for evlauating and justifying why recycling is important. The starter links to the ideas of mining and extracting metals from ores. It is an A and B lesson but you easily adapt. The ideas were to show lots of progress in the lesson and this is why the exam question is given before the main activity. I printed out a website with possitive points and negative points. This formed the basis of the main task. Im sorry I dont have it electronically so its not been linked. \n\nThis was done for an observation with B/C graded kids and got an outstanding for progress!
A full lesson with plan on the big bang, what it is and the evidence behind it. \n\nAll the resources are there - some have been taken from here and adapted to create a full hours lesson.\n\nI used the collins set of textbook for the market place style activity.\n\nThe questions for quick on the draw were 1-8 from the poster question sheet
students made cells (specialised or basic) out of materials such as jelly, plastacene, paint, plastic cups, pain ect..
they then were asked to evaluate them with the help of the levelled scaffold. A photo of their cell was taken and printed to put in their books with the evlauation.
its for a lower level class where literacy and vocabulary is an issue.
it can also be used as an app assesment in a modeling contex
Complete unit 1 - atomic structure for AQA but could be used for other exam boards.
Based on the flipped learning approach - the students do the learning before the lesson and then perform consolidation in the lesson along with exam style questions to assess progress.
Includes the lesson plan for each lesson, links and video links, suggested activities for before and during the lesson and then exam style questions for each lesson.
Suitable for y1 A level or the AS course. There is no prescribed practical as there is none in unit 1.
There are textbook references to advanced chemistry for you with questions given from the textbook that fit with the lesson subject.
slides that can be used to add into your own files with generic activities.
different sections such as starters, bell activities, class activities, paired activities, differentiation, extension, afl and quick mini plenaries.
There is also power point slides with countdown timers for 1-5min, 10, 15, 20, 25 min timers.
Over 100 slides.
**All are hyperlinked together so you can navigate between different activities.
90 simple activities included in the slides. Most require no planning and a few require a little editing to put your own topic or questions in. ** hyperlinks don't require control + click, you need to be in slideshow mode and just click on the word to move to the appropriate page - in response to the first review**
This is a 6 page power point with each slide being a mat that can be printed or shown in lessons to sum up the learning.
You will need a dice per group/pair.
6 tasks on each slide.
slide one - summary/knowledge tasks
slide two -number tasks based on consolidating the learning
Slide 3 - drawing tasks
slide 4 - writing tasks
slide 5 - creating a learning task for the lesson
slide 6 - helping others task
a set of slides that can be added into your own lessons to aid differentiation in lessons
The six updated areas have six tasks attached to them.
These slides can be slightly adapted in a minimal amount of time to fit to the lesson.
A few require a little forward planning but nothing more than a quick five minutes.
a lesson based around hearing ranges relevent to the 'mosquito' device and how it works. You need a signal generator and a speaker or download a free app on the iphone/pod/pad. if you have clip bank there are some good news clips about it you can use. It is based for a btec lesson but the outcomes on the plan and exit ticket can be changed to GCSE grades.
a collection of ideas and templates to make lessons more engaging and interesting. most require little planning and have slides or documents that can be adapted and added into different material. some require a little more planning but really are great.
a set of generic ideas to get engagement from your class. some do require a lot of planning and some require very little.
There is a template with some of the scaffolds to help with differentiation and time saving.
a complete lesson on a power point. video clip from you tube to answer questions from and then students model the process in modelling clay on a sheet.
an exam question to finish which can be peer assessed or self assessed.
very straightforward. students could be given the choice to draw or make the pictures.
An independent learning lesson on the Doppler effect, what it is and how it relates to sound. the power point contains the basic lesson and links to YouTube for the big bang theory and a little explanation clip.\nI printed out the information cards and placed them around the room for students to collect the information from. \nThe students then were responsible for their learning and collecting the information from around the room.
A basic sheet that can be photocopied and stick in the front of books for the words the student often mispelled when you mark books. Get the student to refer back to the list and use it as a personailsed spelling dictionary to help them corect their spelling.
A lesson based on how to use research and form hypothesis for the unit 2 btec applied science project. \ncould be used for other types of research too.\n\nThe only additional resource needed are some printouts of websites that can be used for planning an experiment.\n\nI have added the follow on list of stuff that we used to check off what was required for the write up in the next lesson - it may be useful to adapt to fit the assignment written in your school
a fully contained lesson for higher biology - b1b aqa but could be used for other boards.\n\nset up as a market place around the room with the posters.\n\nstudents draw a table in the book with the headings: animal, numbers left, reasons for endangered status
A set of tasks that can be placed in a pot for students to pick from when finishing before others. They are all generic secondary tasks which can be laminated and placed in a pot ( mine are in a colourfully decorated old baby milk tin). My students are now in the routine of collecting one as and when they are finished the main learning task. I have tried to make them challenging and engaging to stretch students.