Simple shape-naming game for the IWB
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Use 3-d shape nets to create little Angry Birds models
I put a photo of the Mona Lisa on PowerPoint, placed a grid over it, gave each square a number and projected it on the board. The children were each given a square of paper with a number. This is the finished product.
Prionta sa timpeallacht – an aimsir
Blank map of Ireland (to be photocopied and enlarged/ drawn onto green paper), directions flashcards and symbols to be stuck on with blu tack. The children can then use this to present a réamhaisnéis na haimsire.
A rubric for self-assessing a letter written from the Titanic. There’s a slight mistake on this. The total at the bottom should read ” /18″
This is a self-assessment and peer-assessment sheet for children to assess one another’s reading. There is also a “WILF (What I am Looking For) sheet outlining the assessment criteria:
2.Taking my time
3.Pausing at commas
4.Stopping at full stops
Nice idea for a human rights display
This can be used for assessing tonnes of subjects e.g. SESE (two things I learned, one question I still have), art (two things I did well, one thing I wish I did differently), English (two good things about my piece of writing, one thing I could improve on)