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These units provide materials that support the progression of skills development (Reflecting, Communicating, Planning and Developing) through science enquiry to answer “big questions” from early KS2 to the highest levels of KS3.
The unit embeds lots of higher order questions to develop thinking and communication skills
This is a unit designed for creative writing at KS3 but look at the write story section in the interactive resource.
We are considering ways of turing this into a scaffolded writing resource for different genres of writing and different subject specialisms.
So for instance if I wanted the pupils to write an explanation in maths of how they had tackled an investigation the prompts could be used as a skills ladder. At each level we could give them prompts to show what would be needed from a maths and literacy point of view to achieve that level.
Or it could be used more generically, so if we want a scaffold for writing a good letter for example we could give them pertinent prompts to remind them of the things they need to include.
A scenario based resource that allows pupils to discuss safe and appropriate use of mobile phones .There are fifteen scenarios that can be worked through as a class or individually.
This is one of four e-safety resources that focus on new uses of technology to connect with each other. The questions lend themselves to whole class discussion and offer opportunities for higher order questioning by both pupils and teacher.
A series of develop thinking activities using video and database work.The resource includes 5 video interviews which the students watch to gather clues. They then use the database to input the information they have gathered and search for a culprit.
This is great for developing active listening skills. Tell the pupils that they can listen to the witness statement only once and write down as many clues as possible before searching the database for the culprit.
Using the spreadsheet provided, pupils can work in groups to use the information and write their own witness statements, ensuring that they include enough clues for another group to work out the culprit.
A series of Interactive stories that allow the reader to control the path the story takes. These stories are great for engaging reluctant readers as they are in control of the route the story takes. They can be used as simple digital stories or as exemplars at the start of a lesson that asks stiudents to create their own branching story.
A thematic approach to delivering the skills of the new curriculum through the topic of Nepal.The unit includes comprehensive teacher guidance with links to the skills framework, interactive and printable resources, videos and soundfiles.
Look at the the PPT 'Deforestation the big question' This encourages pupils to research and develop an argument for or against deforestation thus encouraging them to read for a purpose and write for an audience.
A resource based on identity and belonging and how clothes can be used to establish that identity.These activities are developed primarily as a speaking and listening resource but there are many opportunities for reading and writing also.All of the...
This is one of five units that could be used in the PSE lesson. They are great for promoting oracy skills, usually the poor relation when it comes to activities for developing literacy skills
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