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This support sheets helps students structure an answer…
Get students active whilst learning too!
What to do:
Search for a few tweets from a few of your favourite celebs, or from the students favourite celebs.
Then print screen them, pop them onto a word document and print them
What to do:
When asking students to get key information written down into their books, essentially by copying from the board. Make them ‘think hard’ and ‘struggle’ by getting them to do the following…
Get students to isolate important sections of relevant images. Allows them to focus!
Resources:You will need paint cards which I ordered free of charge from Dulux. You can also get them from any local DIY store or simply create them yourself using Microsoft Word.
I made one set and then had the rest
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