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Resources:See examples here.What to do:Provide context sheets before studying a text/poem.Develop your students skills of locating and retrieving information.Allow a short amount of time for students to create spider/mind maps out of the information.Laminate and use as a point of
Resources:Willing volunteers and images!What to do:In order to spark interest and a love for art in and amongst your students try this…
Go around the school and place images of a pieces of work by various artists.
Resources:None!What to do:This activity was inspired by a senior leaders briefing I attended on the new SEND Code of Practice. The presenter, a HeadTeacher challenged to us to learning challenges to demonstrate to our students that we are learners too!So
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
Resources:A “mystery box” made of any material.A range of objects, pedagogical tools, resources, teaching ideas/skills, articles or teaching and learning books.What to do:Staff volunteer to take part in the ‘Mission T&L Possible’. Selected at random, an item/object/article is to be
Image from- http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
*UPDATED*Resources:Platforms such as www.edublogs.org What to do:We have all heard of flipped learning right? Click here for some information. However, this post isn’t about the flipped learning model
Sugar Paper, Glue, Revision questions.
What to do:
Students sit in groups of 3 or 4.Cover the table with sugar paper or a paper table cloth – anything that will spin.Each student sticks their question in front of
Resources: 1 x A5 colour copy of Dartboard. Click HERE for editable word doc and HERE for PowerPointRevision equipment/materials eg. highlighters, flash cards, revision notes, a sheet of paper to keep their score/note of activities completed. Here is a GCSE PE version by @meesh_121 What
Resources:Click here for an example venn!
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What to do:The Venn diagram tool is a useful way to help extend student thinking.The simplest way is to have two