Resources:None!What to do:Ask students to draw a 3 by 3 or 4 by 4 grid in their books! Or give them this printed out on a seperate piece of paper. Give them these instructions:Throughout the lesson, as I explain the content and
Resources:None!!What to do:I was lucky enough to have an INSET by Dylan Williams on the first day back to school this September! He demonstrated something, I absolutely loved!He said, do you realise in soap operas like Eastenders when the programme
Here is an editable Facebook template link by @russeltarr.
You can easily download/edit/print screen a Twitter/Instagram/Snap Chat template from Google Images.
Try this website Fake Text here.
What to do:You can use these activities as exit passes or
Resources:NoneWhat to do:Give your students a slip of paper with the sentence…
I wish my teacher knew…
Ask them to finish the sentence with:
Something about them; their home life? Something they find difficult? Enjoy doing?
Something about their
Resources:Some ideas here…What to do:This idea was one of many I picked up from #TMReading by AST Dr Love. He shared the concept of would you rather…For example…
Live without music or live without T.V.?
Eat a bar of soap
I rarely share one website as an individual post here- but this website by +Russel Tarr is incredible!Check it out. http://www.classtools.net…
Resources:The below video clips.What to do:Share these songs/raps/music/spoken word with your students in a spare 5 minutes, or as a starter/plenary.The topics discussed are related to being a global citizen. I have used many of the pieces in a
Resources:Either a placemat per student / pair or you can project from the board. Feel free to edit ones here.
What to do:When doing a progress check (during or at the end of a lesson) ask the students to
Guest post by @mrilahibusiness
Resources:Download the template from here.Download the template for a CPD review by @SLT_KAT here.What to do:Simply print the slide and give students to fill in at the end
Google crowd outline.
What to do:
Use the crowd outline to carry out a number of tasks which involve gathering the opinions of others in the class. Each outlined body represents a body in the classroom.
I seem to be obsessed with tasks that involve either a random element to them or students rolling dice!Here you will find a collection of all those posts!
Roll a starter by @Tombrush1982
Roll a plenary by @Tombrush192
Roll a sentence
Resources:Download this template here– Download the 5 a side version adapted by @JamieClark85 here (Includes SOLO!)
Document by http://jivespin.wordpress.com/2014/02/02/who-is-in-your-football-xi-a-great-homework-or-review-activity/
What to do:
Who would be in your football 1ST XI? This simple question can get
What do do:
Put students into two teams. Line each team up, one behind the other in front of the whiteboard.
Give the student at the front of each line, a whiteboard
Use the blank template of a gingerbread man to assess your student’s learning during the lesson or at the end of the lesson.
How it works:
Three key pieces of information
Resources:Download the grid Here (This activity has been adapted from the Plenary Grid by @TomBrush1982)
What to do:Print the grid out- laminate it- A4? A3? or have a grid permanently stuck into the students books? Or on their
Resources:Google Images- Scrabble TilesDownload this one here Download this document a scrabble board! created by @Dak_74
A lot of these are now floating around on Twitter! This is where you seen it first! 🙂