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We have created a full scheme of work for teaching the GCSE curriculum from year 9 through to year 11.
The scheme of work is presented on a spreadsheet alongside a calendar, suggesting week by week the topics and individual lessons to teach, and including space for assessment weeks and revision and catch up. Along with each lesson is a link to suggested resources for that lesson.
When you download this resource, you will be sent an email containing schemes of work for both foundation and higher tiers.
Tempted to purchase some New Maths GCSE lessons but want to see them in action before you commit?
We have made the 'Algebra: The Basics' foundation tier unit available for free download. The unit contains 8 lessons that take students through the fundamental ideas of algebra, with full lesson plans and student activities for every lesson, plus 2 homework activities and a unit assessment.
When you download this resource, you will be sent an email containing the link to this unit of work.
There is more to teaching well than just having a great lesson plan, but the plan is an excellent place to start.
In this guide, I take you through ten of the key principles of my process for planning lessons. There are easily transferable ideas (and you have probably come across most of them before) but they all come together into a proven process for creating great lessons.
When you download this resource, you will be sent an email containing the link to this guide.
Looking for something to do with your class or your tutor group for the last lesson of term?
Depending on the policies of your school, you may be expected to continue teaching the curriculum until the very end of term - but if you do have the option of doing something a bit different, why not give this quiz a try?
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Don't underestimate the importance of rounding off your lesson well with a good plenary.
In this cheat sheet, we share some of our favourite ideas for plenaries that you can use in your classroom. Hopefully you will find one or two new ideas in there that will prove effective with your students.
When you download this resource, you will be sent an email containing the link to your cheat sheet.