Find Someone Who... A great resource to use as an ice breaker; ideal for a new tutor group. This encourages students to get up and about communicating with others to extract information and find things in common, breaking the ice and begin bonding with one another! TES Teaching Resources
This poster is great because it shows that praise is useful in the correct situations and when it is the correct type. Also being there for students in other ways is another way to motivate them since students are more than just what you see at school.
If your child has a speech or language delay, their speech therapist may suggest several strategies to help them with communication. For us, and for many, the most useful strategy has been PECS. But what are PECS and how do you get started with them?
I think that this poster is well made for its target audience, it uses bright eye catching shades of blue and a familiar layout to Facebook a website many people recognize. I think the layout of the information is good, there isn;t too much writing so it is much easier to read.
Teaching Self-Portraits: proportion vs. tracing face shapes. For grades 1-4 teach proportion. For grades 5-8 begin by having students trace a picture of themselves onto transparency using vis-a-vis marker. Students tape transparency into sketchbook for shape reference. For grades 9-12 teach both methods and introduce modeling/value