Monthly Archives: October 2014

Tarsia puzzles

All of the tarsia puzzles that I have made can be found below. I use these in class, mainly during revision lessons. KS3 puzzles have been made for the Exploring Science SOW. Only Y7 and Y8 included at the moment. … Continue reading

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You are a body organ.

This task was a homework that I recently set for my year 7 classes when we were learning about cells, tissues and organs. I split the task into two parts. The first part was a research task. I asked students … Continue reading

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Learning grids.

I first read about Learning Grids in ‘Outstanding Teaching: Engaging Learners’ by Andy Griffith and Mark Burns. I have used this activity with several different groups and for both science and maths. The idea is that each student has a … Continue reading

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