100 Ideas: Quick - Easy - Inspired - Outstanding A new addition to the best-selling 100 Ideas series, offering teachers quick and easy ways to engage students, convey complex knowledge, and build solid foundations for students' understanding and learning in geography. From 'doorstop geography' in around the school and local area, to 'migration and controversy' covering hot-topic global issues, each section and idea in this book provides effective, fun and memorable strategies for creating an outstanding learning experience for your students.
This title takes a skills-based approach, with each section suggesting general ideas to use in everyday classroom teaching, including specific examples of how these can be used with a variety of modules from elementary school through to high school.
Useful and resourceful - this book is ideal for trainees, NQTs and experienced teachers alike. *100 inspirational ideas on teaching, learning and assessing design and technology *Each one has been successfully tried and tested *Ideas range from understanding the place design and technology has in the modern school to creative teaching strategies.
This book provides solutions for lesson planning. It not only provides easily understood practical ideas but also sets them in a coherent overall framework based on the ideas that planning and preparation are part of a total cyclical process involving pedagogy, curriculum, learning and assessment.
Supply teaching can be very difficult - if it's not the students that are being difficult it's the permanent members of staff. Michael Parry provides one hundred ideas on how to handle the pitfalls of being a supply teacher in a primary school. The first twenty ideas are practical such as how to act in the staffroom and what equipment is needed to get through the day. The remaining sections each deal with a subject and include ideas such as warm up activities and how to carry on the topic if faced with more than one lesson with a class.
The new edition will be 20% longer with all ideas tried and tested at the chalk face. The ideas are applicable across the curriculum and range from getting students to understand how they think, to using games and activities to get students thinking.
Pupils across the age range and across the curriculum spend an extraordinary amount of time writing, yet teachers often do not receive much training on how to teach writing. Pupils do not always develop confidence or fulfil their potential. This book shows teachers how to approach the teaching of writing so that they: - Can teach writing as part of the whole curriculum and as a component of pupils' linguistic development - Can teach writing as a process rather than just a product - the process includes: finding ideas, designing briefs, drafting, revising, polishing and presenting - Use assessment as part of a cycle to improve pupils' learning and the teacher's planning The book is full of practical tips including instant lessons, effective resources, and lists of dos and don'ts. Emphasis is put on providing pupils with a sense of purpose, opportunities to write for real and varied audiences, and experience of real life types of writing.
This book, which is ideal for trainees, NQTs and experienced teachers alike contains 100 inspirational ideas on teaching religious education in the classroom. Each one has been successfully tried and tested. Ideas range from practical activities in the classroom to ideas for different topics.
This second edition contains a further 20 ideas, all of which have been tried-and-tested in the classroom. Ideas range from understanding basic grammar and punctuation to studying plays, poetry and core texts.