Image by +Lisa – Jane Ashes Resources:Plastic Balls? TextWhat to do:Read full post/idea here by @LisaJaneAshes Set a thought provoking question- get students emotionally involved in the question Give students 30 seconds each to provide an answer in pairs Connect pairs into …

Resources:Worksheets, textbooks, internet, exercise books, each other or none!What to do:In preparation for the task each student should be given a certain amount of time to prepare notes and gather knowledge about their chosen/assigned topic. You should then set half the …

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Resources: Some question grids/prompts. What to do: Students are organised into groups and given a topic. (Max. of 5 students in a group.) They are then given various sources to prepare their ‘market stall.’ (Textbooks, computer/tablet, information sheets, exercise books, …

Resources: Need an A3 or A4 piece of paper, cut into shapes- that connect together like pieces of a puzzle. What to do: When organising groups you can get students to simply find all the pieces that will complete the …

Below is a list of Padlet Walls where we can ALL share ideas!Padlet itself is a really useful, simple to use website. www.padlet.comYou can set up a question/thought/idea and then others can double click anywhere and add their comments.As the …

Resources:None!What to do:Working in pairs is effective at times. Certain pairings can compliment each other in different ways. You may pair students together in many ways. E.G: SEN/D with GNT BESD with role model Same ability students I have used this strategy I …

Resources: Teacher to put together using masking tape a number of pieces of sugar paper to create a massive piece of sugar paper; note the masking tape divides the paper up. What to do: Each ‘box’ can be assigned as …

Resources: Whatever resources you need for the variety of activities you are offering. What to do: Lay out the classroom like a restaurant! Tables can be in pairs? Groups? But have banqueting paper on the tables. And Paper plates. Students …

Get students to seek out help/ideas/inspiration from their peers using this simple idea!

Resources: Nothing! (A3 paper?) What to do: This can be an individual, paired, group or class activity! Depending on ability/topic of class- students are asked to draw a grid on A3 paper? In their books? E.G- 5 x 5- which …

Resources: None! What to do: Students are organised in a way to have multiple learning partners throughout the lesson. One o’clock partner might represent those with similar abilities, while a 3 o’clock partner might be someone who has a similar …