Get students to create trading cards for English Literature lessons to aid character understanding. Go to http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards_2/ Give your card a Topic and choose a type of card: Add a picture of the character and begin to provide a 'Description' and 'Insights'. On the reverse of the card, provide 'Developments', 'Memorable interactions' and 'Personal Connections'. Once … Continue reading Create Trading Cards in English Literature
For collaborative mind maps check out Coggle at http://coggle.it. Whether you're taking notes, brainstorming, planning, or doing something awesomely creative, it is super simple to visualise your ideas with Coggle. Share with as many friends or colleagues as you like. Changes you make will show up instantly in their browser, wherever they are in the world. … Continue reading Try Coggle for Collaborative mind mapping
Google Timer http://www.google.com If you need to time an activity in your lesson but do not have access to a timer or stopwatch, simply go to Google on your device and type in the desired time. Once you hit search the timer/stopwatch will start.
Try Kahoot! to assess understanding in your lesson. Go to http://www.getKahoot.com and sign up for a free account. You can create a game based classroom response activity, where learners are encouraged to use their mobile devices. You can post up a series of questions on the board which learners interact with and provide responses, via … Continue reading Try Kahoot! to assess understanding in your lesson.
Use the Cyber streetwise website to protect yourself/and your students online. https://www.cyberstreetwise.com/ "Be Cyber Streetwise is a cross-government campaign, funded by the National Cyber Security Programme, and delivered in partnership with the private and voluntary sectors. The campaign is led by the Home Office, working closely with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and … Continue reading Try Cyber Streetwise to teach internet safety