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Instant activities

  1. 1. Scrabble key words What’s your word score?
  2. 2. Scrunch and throw Write everything you know on the paper (put your name on it!) Loosely scrunch it up and throw it Add more information in a different colour Loosely scrunch it up and throw it again Add more information in a different colour Get your original one back
  3. 3. Video Write down one thing you would SEE Write down one thing you would HEAR Write down one thing you would SMELL Write down one thing you would FEEL
  4. 4. Video Write down any key words that you hear 1.Work with your partner – tick all the words in your lists that are the same, circle any that are different and add them to your list 2. 1 point for every word that matches the teacher list
  5. 5. Quiz Quiz Trade Write a question on one side of your piece of paper Write the answer on the other side Go around and pair up Both of you ask and answer the two questions (QUIZ, QUIZ) TRADE your questions and find a new partner
  6. 6. Key Question? Create a leaflet using all that you have learnt to describe… Success Criteria:      
  7. 7. Continuum “Insert statement here” Show with your planner whether you: Agree Unsure Disagree
  8. 8. Gallery critique Vote for the best work with your sticker Leave a comment: ADD SOMETHING What about... I think... Perhaps... I know that... BUILD ON IT That links to... In addition... This means that... I agree because...
  9. 9. Peer assessment ADD SOMETHING What about... I think... Perhaps... I know that... BUILD ON IT That links to... In addition... This means that... I agree because... CHALLENGE IT Yes but... I disagree because... On the other hand... I’m not sure that...
  10. 10. Peer Assessment Tick three good things in GREEN Correct or add one thing in RED
  11. 11. Learning Grid 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5 6
  12. 12. Find someone who Topic/idea Your information Name:
  13. 13. 20 second summary Can you summarise what we learnt today in 20 seconds? Write a script so that you are ready if you are selected
  14. 14. Summarise what you learnt using a key word from the lesson
  15. 15. Summarise what you learnt using a key image from the lesson
  16. 16. Answer the problem on the board
  17. 17. Summarise what you learnt on a post-it (put your name on it!) Stick it on the board Take a different one and add something Get your original post-it back
  18. 18. Summarise what we learnt today in... 3 sentences 2 words 1 letter (Justify why you chose that letter)

Editor's Notes

  • Instant if you project onto the board, some preparation required if you’re going to print and cut up
  • DIFFERENTIATION: Write 6 questions/answers and give each student 1 question. You can then put all 6 questions up on the board for students to answer in full sentences.
  • Get students to line up in a continuum – you can then fold the continuum double to get the middle students to strengthen their argument and the extreme ends to share their views, or cut the line in half and create two lines where the person that most agreed is paired with someone from the middle.
  • Get students to fill in the grid with key words or phrases then roll two dice to determine which row and column they need to explain to their partner/group
  • Get students to decide the main parts of the topic and use these as titles for each box (you can adjust the number of boxes depending on how many parts of the topic there are). They need to speak to different people in the class to get all the key points/information and they can only use each person once (they write down the name of the person that gave them the information in the box). To introduce new information do a completed version of the boxes and cut it up to give one piece to each student. DIFFERENTIATION Give students the headings instead of asking them to think of the headings.
  • Mini whiteboard quiz
  • Exit card from www.socrative.com

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