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Introducing Circle Time into KS3

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Age Range: KS3

Introduce circle time to KS3 and further develop your students' communication skills, self-esteem and confidence. Lesson plans and worksheets are based around circle time in which each student has a turn and a role to play. These whole-class activities are ideal for planning and assessment of individual needs and aptitudes.

Resources and circle time activities include: Using everyday objects in circle time games; If you won the lottery; Being positive; Stereotypes; Setting up an interview; How would you communicate with an alien?; Methods of learning; Giving advice.

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Size: 64 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 511 3
Author(s): Chris Ball
Code: ICTI
Popularity rank: 60
Average Customer Review:  * * * * *  based on 1 review

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Contents List

LESSONS

  • 7 WHO AND WHAT? Key Stage 3 students improve self-esteem and communication skills through a mime exercise.
  • 9 IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY Students improve awareness and communication skills by exploring issues around wealth and choice.
  • 11 ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE This worksheet helps students learn to emphasise positive rather than negative qualities.
  • 13 STEREOTYPES Students challenge the assumptions underlying stereotypes.
  • 15 THE EXPEDITION Students learn speaking and listening skills and teamwork.
  • 17 TALKING TO ALIENS Students learn about aspects of communication, including body language.
  • 19 COUNSELLING - PLANNING This lesson plans helps students learn listening and counselling skills.
  • 21 FAVOURITE WAYS TO LEARN Students evaluate their ideas of effective teaching and learning.
  • 23 IDEAL TEACHERS/IDEAL LEARNERS Students learn about the pressures that teachers face.
  • 25 SPOOKY MOMENTS Students create a narrative text and learn about the use of effects in the horror genre.
  • 27 INTERVIEW GUIDELINES Students learn about preparing for interviews.
  • 29 DEALING WITH VIOLENCE 1 - THE VICTIM'S STORY Students learn ways to avoid/deal with conflict and violence.
  • 31 ASSERTIVENESS Students learn how to be assertive.
  • 33 DEALING WITH VIOLENCE 2 - THE PERPETRATOR'S STORY Students learn why some people are violent and consider how to deal with them.
  • 35 HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY? Students learn how to 'break the ice' and express themselves openly.
  • 37 HEROES Students learn about assumptions and prejudices that condition ideas about heroism.
  • 39 TEAMWORK Students learn how teams function best.
  • 41 PASSING THE BABY Students learn about aspects of childcare.
  • 43 IT AIN'T WHAT YOU SAY, IT'S THE WAY THAT YOU SAY IT Students learn about tone of voice and body language and the impressions they make.
  • 45 STORYTELLING Students learn about the structure of narrative.
  • 47 LISTENING TO THE VOICES Resources helps students learn about the range of choices surrounding any action.
  • 49 GENDER STEREOTYPES Students learn the differences between stereotypical ideas of men and women and the reality.
  • 51 WHO CAN YOU TURN TO? Students learn what makes a good listener.
  • 53 WHAT REALLY OFFENDS ME Students learn about strategies for dealing with offensive behaviour.
  • 55 STATUS Students learn to challenge assumptions about status.
  • 57 RITES OF PASSAGE Students learn why rites of passage are important and how to cope with them.
  • 59 COUNSELLING - GETTING STARTED Students learn about counselling.
  • 61 GROUP DYNAMICS Students learn about speaking to groups of people.

APPENDICES

  • 62 APPENDIX 1 LESSON EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE To accompany FAVOURITE WAYS TO LEARN, page 21
  • 63 APPENDIX 2 EMOTIONS To accompany IT AIN'T WHAT YOU SAY, page 43
  • 64 APPENDIX 3 MEN ARE... To accompany GENDER STEREOTYPES, page 49

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20/09/16

excellent . thankyou
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