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.
An excellent resource consisting of 2 fun games of revision for Industrial Technology – Timber students, testing their knowledge of Work, Health and Safety, tools, machines and PPE in the workshop. WHS Bingo allows students to answer a series of questions as a class that are called out by the teacher. These questions are in relation to Work, Health and Safety in the workshop. The game is played until Bingo has been called or until every student has called Bingo. What Am I? is played similar to celebrity heads where a couple of students are positioned in front of their peers with a What Am I? card above their head. The cards have either a tool, machine or PPE listed. The students take it in turn to ask their peers a series of questions until they correctly guess the card that is above their head. This game develops student ability to identify and describe various tools, machines and PPE in the timber workshop. Includes: 1x game of WHS Bingo (includes a set of 12 student bingo cards, teacher Q&A and instructions). 1x game of What Am I? (includes a set of 88 What Am I? cards and teacher instructions). Relevant to: Work, Health and Safety; tools, machines and PPE relevant to Industrial Technology – Timber.
A great set of workshop posters to brighten your school workshop whilst motivating, inspiring and reminding your students of general workshop safety requirements! The 18 motivational workshop posters in the ‘Workshop Poster Pack’ have been created to brighten any school workshop, using a similar colour, shape and design layout of safety signs whilst using positive messages to motivate and inspire students on a daily basis. Whilst the 6 workshop safety posters in the ‘Workshop Poster Pack’ have not only been created to brighten any school workshop but also to constantly visually remind students of the general workshop safety requirements such as wearing leather enclosed footwear or safety glasses. The workshop posters can be printed as A4 or enlarged to A3 and laminated to ensure longevity. As a personal preference I have my workshop posters printed as A3 and laminated and have the stop sign posters cut out to their hexagonal shape. The ‘Workshop Poster Pack’ would be a great addition to any workshop! Pack includes:
Relevant to: These workshop posters can be used in a timber or metal workshop to brighten, motivate, inspire and visually remind students of the general workshop safety requirements. Resource Type: Posters Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File.
A great set of visual resources to assist with developing student project management and evaluation techniques! The ‘Student Project Management and Evaluation Resources’ are specifically created to develop or upskill your students’ knowledge and understanding of project management and evaluation techniques used across subjects within the Technologies Faculty. Particularly useful to assist throughout the development of a design project and portfolio. The student handouts provide students with examples of a cutting list, finance plan, action plan, time plan and a PMI chart to use as a reference when developing their own projects. They each include an explanation of the technique and a summary of key terms used throughout. Four of these resources have been provided in two different colour schemes to assist with the visual appeal and engagement of a variety of students. Also included in the resource pack is a teacher instruction sheet and reference notes explaining how these handouts can be implemented in the classroom. Pack includes:
Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File,
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