By Barry Teare
This treasure trove of assets is split into ten themed sections, each one preceded by way of an overview giving the major ideas, hyperlinks with curriculum directions and a proof in regards to the significance of the actual ability. Charts in the beginning of the publication summarize curriculum hyperlinks and abilities concerned. each one photocopiable task is followed by means of academics' notes, and entirely defined strategies are given the place applicable.
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An alternative pattern: it could be argued that the order should be Year 11 - Year 10 - Year 13 - Year 12. ) - several subjects involve small teams of teachers. - there are fewer subjects taught with classes in teams. - apart from PE, all subjects are taught as individual classes. These are the easiest problems to resolve. LESSON FIVE: ^QUALITY CONTROL9 Solutions In each case, a major weakness has been identified. However credit should be given for any other observations by pupils that fit the features identified by Mrs Perfectionist.
3 A teacher trflvelltiA/g too Wxnch between bi/uldliA^js, either LIA, total or OÍA/ fliA/u -pdrtlcucldr dau. wfa vouera ble ttn/te of day. 5^ A bad balaiA/oe of subjects from, day to day. & All of a teacher's iA/oiA/-teachtiA,0 time beli/v0 buti/u^hed together. The buildings at Rigley High School Rigley High School is what is known as a 'split-site' school. There are two buildings, one mile apart. Years 1, 8 and 9 are taught in the Lower School on Langer Road. Years 10 and 11 are taught in the Upper School on Sedley Lane.
3 Give an explanation as to why you have placed the years in that particular order. Organization of timetable year by year Year 7 All lessons are taught in mixed ability classes. PE groups the classes together to allow different activities to take place but, otherwise, each class is timetabled on its own, with a single teacher. Year 8 Mathematics and modern foreign languages set children by ability. In these two subjects three classes are taught at the same time. Otherwise the position is as it is in Year 7.