This resource contains a great set of a variety of activities relevant to woodwork for students to complete during lockdown or as an extension activity for students who are fast finishers or as homework! There are a total of 8 activities per page, giving a total of 24 different activities that can be used in lockdown and as an extension activity. The ‘Lockdown and Extension Woodwork Activities’ are specifically created to save time for teachers creating activities for students during the lockdown period or for when they require extra activities in class. Included in the resource pack is a teacher instruction sheet with detailed explicit instructions with extra hot tips on suggestions as to how the activities can be implemented using your Learning Management System (LMS) during online learning and in the classroom. Additionally advice on using and implementing the ICT program Canva in your teaching practice. Also included is an example of one completed activity that I have personally used for my students during online learning.
The resources contained within this booklet have been designed for use in the classroom to assist in covering a topic or outcome. They have been formatted to allow for quick printing of individual lessons for emergency cover lessons when practical work cannot be completed due to teacher absence, unexpected unavailability of the workshop etc.
Each worksheet has been formatted to allow for students to write their name and the date the lesson was given.
1. Metalwork Multiple Choice Quiz
2. Metalwork Multiple Choice Quiz (SOLUTION)
3. Metalwork Battleship group activity
4. General Metalwork Find-A-Word
5. General Metalwork Find-A-Word (SOLUTION)
6. Hand Tools for Cutting Sheet Metal
7. General Metalwork True/False Quiz
8. General Metalwork True/False Quiz (SOLUTION)
9. Workshop Cleanliness – Good House Keeping
10. Workshop Cleanliness – Good House Keeping (SOLUTION)
A comprehensive UBD Teaching program for Stage 5 Information & Software Technology: Option Topic 4 including 13 weeks of learning activities and resources.
The unit includes a flexible teaching program written for teachers with little or no experience in delivering Digital Technology in stage 5. There are three Design Briefs providing differentiating in the school setting, student workbook and portfolio template. The unit also provides exclusive access to tutorials by the author Tanya Duffy for Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
Created to directly meet all outcomes for Stage 5 Information & Software Technology: Digital Media option and the following core topics:
Design, Produce & Evaluate
Past, Current & Emerging Technologies
UBD Digital Media Teaching Program, including a marking guide and three Design Briefs
48-page comprehensive student Workbook which includes literacy activities (digital and print version)
Student e-Portfolio template laid out with clear prompts.
Exclusive access to Video Tutorials by author Tanya Duffy
Suggested Grading Guide
These tasks assist in the development of visual-spatial perception (used in decoding words, reading, spelling, mathematical concepts and much more), as well as fine-motor skills (crucial for handwriting) and hand-eye coordination (used in handwriting and other mechanical tasks). They are designed to be gender-neutral and to increase in difficulty. They do not require any other resources, besides a pencil and eraser. Students may like to colour their final drawing, or go over it with a thin black marker.
The first four activities require the student to duplicate the image, square by square. The next 4 four tasks comprise two increasing and two decreasing in size. The final two are both quite challenging. Task 9 requires the student to double the image which is a more intricate design and the Task 10 is a cartoon with lots of detail, which is the final challenge for this series. Encourage your students to take their time, explaining that the brain is learning and being stretched, regardless of how well the image turns out. Keep reminding your students that every time they focus, they are strengthening neural paths and helping their brain to do their best.
These homework tasks use the principle of crossing the midline to aid in developing visual-spatial perception, coordination and fine motor skills. They are especially useful for young children or older children with dyspraxia.
They have also been proven to be a useful tool for calming and wellbeing, and have been designed to be used by children who struggle with anxiety and related issues. Once these paper based tasks are mastered, children can draw midline eights in the air and gain the same brain benefits.
The Strategic Study Tools form the basis of the Flourish Generation program, which includes an online study course and downloadable resources. It is designed to help students in secondary schools, colleges and universities to understand how the brain works, recognise their own unique learning style and make the most of the time they spend learning, studying and revising. These tips are just a taste of the many strategies that could change the way you study.
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