Assignment Resources and Websites

This is a list of some recommended websites and resources. It will be added to as we find more resources. If you know of any other good websites or resources please add them in the comments and I'll add them to the list. BBC Religion - This is a good general website for ideas, resources … Continue reading Assignment Resources and Websites

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#PedagooFriday Reciprocal Teaching

Reciprocal Teaching

Recently two colleagues taught me all about Reciprocal Teaching as a way of encouraging literacy in the classroom. Each member of a group is given a different role, Predictor, Clarifier, Summariser or Questioner. All group members are given a piece of text to read, with each of them looking at a different role within this, … Continue reading #PedagooFriday Reciprocal Teaching

Skills Posters – Free Printables!

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I used an unexpected day off yesterday (Our Fire Alarms were broken) to create some posters for my classroom. Sharing is caring and all that so have uploaded them below. Would be good to know if they are useful to you. Feedback would be appreciated too. Obviously some of them have our school logo or name on them … Continue reading Skills Posters – Free Printables!

Revision Stations

If you're anything like me you will go on Pintrest and 'pin' loads of amazing lesson ideas, that you will get round to doing one day and never actually getting round to following your oh so excellent intentions through. Well as part of my "use less PowerPoint" resolution, I decided this week to try out … Continue reading Revision Stations

EAL Keywords

Inspired by a post by @mrshumanities showing keyword cards and in a bit of a dilemma as to how best support my EAL pupils. Today I spent a double period, whilst expertly covering an Administration class creating these handy cards, with some of the keywords we use in humanities in S1. I am hoping they … Continue reading EAL Keywords

Bloom’s Taxonomy

It's safe to safe, I love Blooms! I think Blooms is a brilliant way for teachers to ensure they are helping pupils progress as well as students can identify their skills easily. I love blooms so much, one of the first things I did when I got my new classroom was paint a massive triangle … Continue reading Bloom’s Taxonomy

Co-Operative Learning

Recently we watched a few documentaries on the Life of Mohammed in National 5 RMPS. These were packed full of information that we decided we would like to share our learning. We started with one big piece of paper and gathered round a large desk. We then each took a different coloured pen and started … Continue reading Co-Operative Learning