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TEACH: Planning your resources


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By now you should have a clear idea of the kinds of resources you need to support your activities. If you know what you’re doing, then make sure that you’ve downloaded Assessment template 6. Please do add a few brief notes there about what you’re planning.

If you’re unsure about what resources you need or you just want to take some notes, you can download the worksheet below. This is not assessed, but you can use it to record what you’re thinking.

Alternatively, discuss the prompts from the worksheet with a colleague or coworker. Sometimes thinking works better when you’re writing or talking.

Literacy

  • I could design a set of cards for matching up words and definitions that relates to…
  • I could extend this with a resource for…
  • One of the texts my learners struggle to read and understand is…
  • I could create a set of comprehension questions for…
  • What If I made a game that…
  • Another idea could be…

Numeracy

  • I could use the Place Value charts with my learners to…
  • I could follow up this work with..
  • I could use the Hundreds Grids to…
  • And I could follow that up with…
  • What if I made a game for…
  • Another idea I’ve been thinking about is…

TEACH: Numeracy resources – Hundreds grid


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This is a blank Hundreds Grid. Again, it’s a resource that would lend itself to a wide range of numeracy activities.

Here are some ideas for activities using the Hundreds Grid. You could use it for:

  • Developing a visual understanding of basic fractions including half, quarters and three-quarters.
  • Developing an understanding of the link from basic fractions to more complex fractions and percentages.
  • Developing an understanding of decimal numbers and how they relate to percentages and fractions.

How else could you use or build from this resource?