4 January 2013
Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week
Key stage 1 - Graph generator
- Enter data into Steveabey’s Excel spreadsheet and watch it automatically create a graph.
Key stage 2 - Handling data
- Try this project from Royal Statistical Society to introduce pupils to data handling.
Key stage 3 - CSI maths
- TES maths panel member Laura Rees Hughes has shared several “Crime Scene Investigation” lessons to improve pupils’ problem-solving skills.
Key stage 4 - Statistics revision
- Refresh pupils’ knowledge of statistics and probability, and prepare them for their exams, with TES maths adviser Craig Barton’s collection of revision notes.
Key stage 5 - Who’s Who of Statistics
- Introduce pupils to the famous faces of statistics with another resource from Royal Statistical Society.
try the TES collection for resources on recognising species, building bird feeders and more.
Try TES partner Numberphile’s videos and develop pupils’ fascination with maths.
Five minute lesson plan
This five minute lesson plan is a colourful checklist to help you ensure each lesson you teach is worthy of an Ofsted outstanding grade.
Assembly of the week: Staying healthy
- Rhianrebecca shares a PowerPoint packed with photos to help you discuss what it means to be healthy.
Top 10 New Year
These and more resources can be found in the TES New Year collection.
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Spotlight on… Ideas to save time
Try these top tips from the TES community to help spend less time working.
- Rene Talliard shares an activity book to help pupils show they understand the stories they read.
- Hear teachers share their great ideas to encourage pupils to read, in this Teachers TV video.
- Help pupils identify how they can save energy at home, with a story book from Experian.
- Get pupils to audit their own energy use, with a lesson from rootsnshoots.
- View the world from space with NASA’s Visible Earth lights image.
- Get pupils, or staff, started with a new language, try the TES MFL primary collection.
- Develop pupils’ vocabulary with famous Spanish songs, try Malena113’s musical lesson.