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Laminated Sheets

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Use cards of days of the week to promote writing To encourage and motivate young students to write more, a card for each day of the week is stuck to the classroom wall, and each day one student writes down something ...

Seating Plan

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Make a carpet seating plan to help grouping A carpet seating plan is useful to show children where to sit and helps the lesson to get started promptly. It can also be used to group students as you wish, whether it's ...


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Dance while waiting for students for assembly It can be a long wait for all children to gather at morning assembly. Dancing or "voguing" can help keep early arrivals interested and involved, while other classes file ...


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Use experiments in your class Experiments shouldn't be limited just to science, and they are a good way of bringing the outside world into the classroom, especially when it can be impractical to take the whole class ...

Pupil Teacher

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Get a student to play teacher A student comes up to the front of the class, and with the help of resources and the other students, they recap the lesson. This helps the teacher assess the lesson and keeps the class o...

Mind Corridor

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Use a mind corridor to help solve a dilemma To help develop character in drama class, the teacher presents a dilemma, then puts the pupils into two lines to form a human corridor that one person slowly walks down. Th...


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Use a "power toy" to control group discussion In a group activity, a special item can be used, like a toy, to help during discussion. Only the child holding the toy is allowed to speak. As well as avoiding a free-for...

Phone Home

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Praising students is more effective with parents

Call Signs

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Strategies to avoid raising your voice Use rhythmic hand claps and gestures that students can learn and copy, to create clear signals when you want their attention. An effective and fun way to bring the class to order.


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Learn vocabulary using a wall of words At the start of the day, ask a student to use a dictionary to find a challenging or unfamiliar word that they would like to learn. The word is then added to a wall at the back o...

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