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  1. Active Learning Kieran Scanlon

  2. Whole school CPD

  3. Learning walk feedback

  4. What ? Why ? How?

  5. What ?

  6. What ? Convince you to use active learning strategies Show you some Active learning activities

  7. Why ? If you use active learning strategies you can take the heat off yourself A more constructivist approach to T&L improves results

  8. How? Introduce you to Geoff Petty ( or at least some of his writings)with a nod to Dweck ( long term) Share the best of bread and butter lessons ( short term)

  9. What do we learn from the following mistakes? The life cycle by Naomi

  10. Diarrhoea is ear ache ‘dire ear’

  11. Name a food suitable for pickling: ‘a branston’

  12. ‘History calls them Romans because they never stayed in one place for very long ‘

  13. We contruct meaning CONTENT What’s even more tragic…….

  14. Mindset

  15. Fixed mindset Growth Mindset

  16. Fixed mindset Intelligence is static Leads to a desire to look intelligent A deterministic view of the world – don’t reach full potential

  17. Growth Mindset Intelligence can be developed Leads to a desire to learn

  18. Fixed mindset Growth Mindset

  19. Do you feel slightly more convinced? IT’S EASIER RESEARCH CHECKS LEARNING

  20. Present Apply Review

  21. Present

  22. Active beginnings

  23. Today’s seating plan is written in a numerical code. Crack the code and take your seat You have 5 minutes before I tell you the answer ( which means I win) If you win, you go on a Critical Thinking school trip before Christmas. ( Details of Trip will given next lesson – If you win!) Success in this task means everybody sitting silently in the correct seat within five minutes. Your time starts . NOW http://www.online-stopwatch.com/ Starter generator

  24. Under the occupiers liability act 1957 a common duty of care is owed to all lawful visitors to take such care as is necessary to see that the visitor will be reasonably safe in using the premises for the purpose for which he is entitled to be there. 0C’57 Under the occupiers act 1984 a duty of common humanity is owed whereby the occupier, through warning signs must take reasonable steps to offer the non visitor some degree of protection from the dangers the occupier is aware of. OC ‘84

  25. Under _______________1957 a common duty ______is owed to all lawful visitors to take such care as is necessary to see that the visitor will be _______safe in using the premises for the purpose for which he is entitled to be there. 0C’57 Under ____________a duty of common humanity is owed whereby the occupier, through warning signs must take __________steps to offer the non visitor some degree of protection from the dangers the ______ is aware of. OC ‘84

  26. Under ____________________ a common duty ______is owed to all ________ visitors to take such care as is necessary to see that the visitor will be _______safe in using the premises for the _________ for which he is entitled to be there. 0C’57 Under ____________a duty of common humanity is owed whereby the occupier, through ________ signs must take __________steps to offer the non visitor some degree of protection from the dangers the ______ is aware of. OC ‘84

  27. Under ____________________ a common duty ______is owed to all ________ visitors to take such care as is necessary to see that the ____ will be _______safe in using the ______ for the _________ for which he is entitled to be there. 0C’57 Under ____________a duty of common _______ is owed whereby the occupier, through ________ signs must take __________steps to offer the _____some degree of ______ from the dangers the ______ is aware of. OC ‘84

  28. Under ____________________ a ____ duty ______is owed to all ________ visitors to take _____as is _______to see that the ____ will be _______safe in using the ______ for the _________ for which he is ____ to be there. 0C’57 Under ____________a duty of common _______ is owed whereby the occupier, through ________ signs must take __________steps to offer the _____some degree of ______ from the _______ the ______ is aware of. OC ‘84

  29. Under the occupiers liability act 1957 a common duty of care is owed to all lawful visitors to take such care as is necessary to see that the visitor will be reasonably safe in using the premises for the purpose for which he is entitled to be there. 0C’57 Under the occupiers act 1984 a duty of common humanity is owed whereby the occupier, through warning signs must take reasonable steps to offer the non visitor some degree of protection from the dangers the occupier is aware of. OC ‘84

  30. daffodil cow octopus Snail Peacock

  31. 7A Cells Signs of life

  32. 7A Signs of life - Life on Mars?

  33. 7A Signs of life - Life on Mars? If scientists really did discover aliens. How would we know if they are alive? A simple way of sorting everything on our planet is to divide it into 2 groups – living things and non-living things. But can you tell the difference?

  34. 7A Signs of life - Staying alive

  35. 7A Signs of life – The meaning of life There are seven essential life processes. To remember these processes meet our little blue woman MS. R. NERG… What do all the letters in her name stand for?

  36. 7A Signs of life - The meaning of life M = MOVEMENT Living things are able to move about. Animals move from place to place. Plants move by responding to light. S = SENSITIVITY Living things notice and react to changes in their surroundings. They can respond to light,heat, sound, taste, sight or touch. R = RESPIRATION Living things need energy to carry out the functions that keep them alive. Respiration is the process by which food is turned into energy.

  37. 7A Signs of life - The meaning of life N = NUTRITION Living things need to take in food so thatrespiration can occur. Nutrients in food helpto build, maintain and repair the organism. E = EXCRETION Living things have to get rid of unwanted wasteproducts. R = REPRODUCTION Living things produce offspring. Reproductioncontinues the survival of each species. G = GROWTH Living things grow, increasing in size and complexity.

  38. 7A Signs of life - The meaning of life All living things carry out the seven essential life processes. M S R N E R G = Movement = Sensitivity = Respiration = Nutrition = Excretion = Reproduction = Growth But what are living things made of?

  39. movement sensitivity respiration nutrition Excretion reproduction growth