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Connect
• The use of using craft sticks to put
students into groups based on their choice
of colour.
• The aim of this is ...
Share
• Select a group colour to explain their
understanding of the learning
outcomes to the rest of the class.
Present
• Put an answer in each balloon, relating to the
new topic to be covered.
• Each group to ‘pop’ their balloon and ...
Apply
• Each group to present their findings/knowledge to
each of the other groups.
• The groups learning new knowledge wr...
Recall and Review
5 minutes memory recap on everything they
have learnt and can remember on their
subject knowledge from t...
Connect
• Put students into learning groups. Using
whiteboards and a timer.
give students a time limit to answer each
ques...
Share
• Select a group colour to explain their
understanding of the learning
outcomes to the rest of the class.
Present
• Put an answer in each balloon, relating to the
new topic to be covered.
• Each group to ‘pop’ their balloon and ...
Apply
Success Criteria – working as a group
1) Decide which facial muscle to allocate
to each character
1) Write the name of the...
Recall and Review
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  1. 1. Connect • The use of using craft sticks to put students into groups based on their choice of colour. • The aim of this is to use group work to recap last week’s session. This covers differentiation. Poundland Pedagogy
  2. 2. Share • Select a group colour to explain their understanding of the learning outcomes to the rest of the class.
  3. 3. Present • Put an answer in each balloon, relating to the new topic to be covered. • Each group to ‘pop’ their balloon and find out what their question and knowledge behind this subject would be. • 20 minute activity
  4. 4. Apply • Each group to present their findings/knowledge to each of the other groups. • The groups learning new knowledge write down key themes/words on each of their coloured paper chains. • Once each group have delivered their knowledge, the chains can be linked together as a whole subject and used for revision.
  5. 5. Recall and Review 5 minutes memory recap on everything they have learnt and can remember on their subject knowledge from today’s session. Giving feedback on the session.
  6. 6. Connect • Put students into learning groups. Using whiteboards and a timer. give students a time limit to answer each question on their whiteboard e.g 10 seconds Department activity
  7. 7. Share • Select a group colour to explain their understanding of the learning outcomes to the rest of the class.
  8. 8. Present • Put an answer in each balloon, relating to the new topic to be covered. • Each group to ‘pop’ their balloon and find out what their question and knowledge behind this subject would be. • 20 minute activity
  9. 9. Apply
  10. 10. Success Criteria – working as a group 1) Decide which facial muscle to allocate to each character 1) Write the name of the muscle 2) Rate each muscle (out of 100) for the given criteria L . G U T H R I E You have 15 mins Lets play- you have 10 minutes
  11. 11. Recall and Review .
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