How to Create Great Lessons
$21.24

How to Create Great Lessons

By Gemma Bott
US$ 21.24
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Book Description

How to Create Great Lessons provides 100 tools for planning that teachers can adopt in their lessons, each of which has been thoroughly tried and tested in the classroom. For each strategy, the author provides a concise outline, plus guidance on how to implement it, the pitfalls to watch out for, and how to extend it further. Each of the 100 strategies is cross-referenced, and along with a helpful index, enables readers to mix and match by moving easily between
approaches. The goal throughout is to help busy, hard-pressed teaching professionals to: Save time, by providing a ready-reference to a diverse range of tested lesson planning techniques Increase flexibility and productivity, through drawing on a wide repertoire of lesson options Promote student
engagement through active learning techniques. Written by an experienced teacher for other teachers, this Oxford Teaching Guide does what it says on the jacket: it introduces 100 workable, adaptable strategies, to help teachers construct and develo

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Browsing menu
  • Preface
  • How to use this book
  • 1 Back-to-back pairs
  • 2 Bad answer
  • 3 Bingo
  • 4 Board games
  • 5 Call my bluff: a game of definitions
  • 6 Carousel
  • 7 Class debate
  • 8 Classification
  • 9 Concept maps
  • 10 Continuum
  • 11 Cue card film
  • 12 Decision-making exercise
  • 13 Design a test
  • 14 Dominoes
  • 15 Draw a picture
  • 16 Empathy
  • 17 Exemplar answers
  • 18 Find someone who…
  • 19 Give me 5 (6,7,8,…)
  • 20 Glossary page
  • 21 Guess the key term
  • 22 Guess what
  • 23 Hot-seating
  • 24 Information treasure hunt
  • 25 Inquest report
  • 26 Intelligent graffiti
  • 27 Intelligent guesswork
  • 28 Jigsaws
  • 29 Kung Fu
  • 30 Label the diagram
  • 31 Layers of inference
  • 32 Leaflets
  • 33 Living graphs
  • 34 Living photographs
  • 35 Make a display
  • 36 Make a TV show
  • 37 Make your own…
  • 38 Map it
  • 39 Memory game
  • 40 Mental maps
  • 41 Mind movies
  • 42 Model making
  • 43 Most likely
  • 44 News articles
  • 45 Note-taking frames
  • 46 Number sentences
  • 47 Numbered questions
  • 48 Odd one out
  • 49 Only half of it
  • 50 On-site fieldwork
  • 51 Pass the buck
  • 52 Picture essay
  • 53 Picture it
  • 54 Picture storyboards
  • 55 Picture to word
  • 56 Pin it
  • 57 Poem of my learning
  • 58 Press conference
  • 59 Question… answer
  • 60 Race to the keyword
  • 61 Ranking
  • 62 Reading race
  • 63 Remember
  • 64 Respond to marking
  • 65 Review pyramid
  • 66 Role play
  • 67 Roll the dice
  • 68 Round robin
  • 69 Sequence it
  • 70 Silent video
  • 71 Snap
  • 72 Snowballs
  • 73 Social media profile
  • 74 Solve the mystery
  • 75 Speed dating
  • 76 Splat
  • 77 Spot the differences
  • 78 Stand up, sit down
  • 79 Stop-frame animation
  • 80 Students become the teacher
  • 81 SWOT analysis
  • 82 Topic summary
  • 83 Trading questions
  • 84 Triads
  • 85 Trump cards
  • 86 Trump cards
  • 87 User guide
  • 88 Verbal tennis
  • 89 Video competition
  • 90 Webquest
  • 91 What am I?
  • 92 What is it?
  • 93 What would you like to ask me?
  • 94 What would you like to know?
  • 95 Word hexagons
  • 96 Wordscape
  • 97 Would you rather?
  • 98 Write home
  • 99 You choose
  • You’re hired
  • Back Cover
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