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The Periodic Table

  • 23 April 2018
  • Posted by: Nadine Williams-Rumble
  • Number of views: 4178
The Periodic Table
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Sciences
Topic: How Do we Use the first 10 Elements of the Periodic Table
Description: • Students will identify the first 10 elements of the periodic table using available resources.
• Students should be able to explore ways how we use these elements to help us in our way of life
• Students will assess the value of these elements to humans citing relevant sources that show that they are important to our survival
• Students will examine one of the elements and say what are the consequences if this element was not available to be used.

Galapagos Islands land of fire

  • 23 April 2018
  • Posted by: Francisco Gallardo
  • Number of views: 6701
Galapagos Islands land of fire
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Sciences
Topic: Biogeography
Description: First of all I would ask this questions to the students, why don't we find mammals, and other kinf od plants that we find in the in the main land in the islands?; and what kind of animals and plants do we find in the islands? and why. Students have 5 minutes to answer this questions then they share what they write with their class, then they have to complete the collaborati ve work, Students write an essay about what is biogeography and explain how the species arrived to the Galapagos islands and state the reasons that this species could afford the long trip from mainland to the islands and how this influence in their evolution. After this students give their argments to the class. Finally teacher clarify what is biogeography and how the species got to the Galapagos islands. The teacher always gives feedback during the class.

Gueridon Service

  • 23 April 2018
  • Posted by: Karlene Spence-Smart
  • Number of views: 6869
Gueridon Service
Students’ age range: 16-18
Main subject: Arts education
Topic: Providing Gueridon Service
Description: Behaviour Modeling. (students will watch a video focusing on the steps involved in polishing and cleaning gueridon equipment)
Polishing and cleaning gureidon equipment consistent with enterprise standards and hygiene requirements
Discussion throughout the lesson and students will write journal through Reflective practice.

Participating in the formal communication Process

  • 23 April 2018
  • Posted by: Valissa Hewitt
  • Number of views: 7492
Participating in the formal communication Process
Students’ age range: 18+
Main subject: Life skills
Topic: Participating in the formal communication Process
Description: 1. Show a video presentation on a poorly conducted meetings.
2. In groups ask the class to identify the errors by writing on a flip chart and making their presentation.
3. Ask the class to recommend ways in which the meeting could have been conducted differently
4. Ask class in groups to research while in class meeting procedures give an assignment.
You have been invited to make a presentation to your peers on “The importance of meeting procedures”. Prepare your presentation using suitable presentation software and as is necessary role-play situations that will significantly highlight your points.

5. Guest lecturer to talk on meetings.
6. Introduce interview by showing a video presentation on interviews. Discussion to follow.
7. Give assignment: Working in small teams, assess the following situations and develop a questionnaire of 12 possible questions that may be asked. Demonstrate this in the form of a role play.
Have your teammates assess the question and answer session and make recommendations where necessary.

• An interviewee for a junior position in the organization

• An interviewee for a promotion
• disciplinary situation
• An interviewee for an entry-level position in accounting.
• An interviewee for employment after probationary period

6. Discuss active listening with class
7. Give scenario to roleplay:

Working in small groups, simulate an interview scenario.
You are being interviewed for a junior position within the organization. On arrival you see a number of persons seated in the waiting area; without asking any questions of the receptionist, you take a seat unknowingly that the persons are for a more senior position and that your interview is in another waiting.
• You take up a form, fill out the necessary information and wait to be acknowledged by the panel in the room.
• Your turn has come and you enter the room for the interview.
• Give an ending to the scenario and demonstrate the use of active listening and questioning during the interviewing process.


  • 23 April 2018
  • Posted by: Anastacia Miller
  • Number of views: 5846
Students’ age range: 14-16
Main subject: Language arts and literature
Topic: Internal and External Conflict
Description: A video was played of clips showing people in conflict. The students watched the clips and discussed what was happening within the video. PowerPoint was used to examine both internal and external conflict and examples were provided. Additionally, students were handed out scenarios and in pairs identified the conflicts represented. After the pired activity, students were given new sets of scenarios that they had to complete on their own, differentiating the conflicts discussed.