we need to
figure out the
Sort out the high
Humans before data
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‘…there was a clear tendency amongst best teachers
to see the power of the humdrum, the everyday.’
Practice Perfect, Lemov, D; Woolway E; Yezzi, K p5-6
Is your curriculum full of
“Nothing is more fatal to the progress of the
human mind than to presume that our views of
science are ultimate, that our triumphs are
complete, that there are no mysteries in nature,
and that there are no new worlds to conquer.”
Humphrey Davy, quoted by Prof Brian Cox
4 November, 2016
What are the social, economic and environmental
impacts of climate change for the UK?
Starter: Bing image of the day:
1. What are the physical features of this landscape?
2. What are the human features of this landscape?
3. How could this landscape be affected by climate change?
Mini whiteboard test from memory
d) Sustainable development
2. For the UK list:
a) 2 social impacts
b) 2 economic impacts
c) 1 impact on the built environment
d) 1 impact of the natural environment
Why does the UK need new houses?
1. Draw a line graph predicting what has
happened to the UK’s population over
2. Describe your prediction in words: ‘I
predict that the UK’s population has…..’Population (y)
Improve your writing…with VCOP!
Hydraulic action corrosion attrition abrasion
Coastal erosion population
Residents visitors wave cut platform
Wave cut notch constructive wave destructive wave
however likewise whereas even though
on the other hand unlike contrasting to
in addition to despite because so as to
Nevertheless although similarly
Coastal processes such as……………….. can create landforms by…………..
Hydraulic action is when…………………..and this can create……………
Constructive waves are when…………………..whereas destructive
waves…………. These produce landforms like……………………because………..
Stuff people pollution things affect / effect up / down
How do we
believing in their
own capacity for
How do we
visual and non-
How do we get
Not all parents
in a positive
light. How do we
work with these
Teachers talking about teaching to teachers
Grit and self management
Grit groups identified through Duckworth
Gritty What can we learn from
May drop out post-16?
Too much support?
Will probably be OK?
Measure this group and
let them know their
Grit Groups and Progress 8
80% (69 students) positive P8
65% (25 students) positive P8
25% (6 students) positive P8
21% (5 students) positive P8)
‘Learning is hard. True, learning is fun, exhilarating
and gratifying – but it is often daunting, exhausting
and sometimes discouraging… To help chronically
low-performing but intelligent students, educators
and parents must first recognise that character is at
least as important as intellect.’
Angela Duckworth p61 in How Children succeed.
Grit can’t be taught but schools can create the conditions
in which it can be grown.
Dowiadujemy się o kilku różnych językach, które są wypowiedziane w
Będziesz w stanie:
1. Pracy w zespole
2. Przeczytaj mapy
3. Użyj technologii mobilnych w celu zbadania
We learn several different languages that are spoken in the Priory
You will be able:
1. Work in a team
2. Read the map
3. Use of mobile technology to explore