Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in comments
Search in excerpt
Search in posts
Search in pages
Search in groups
Search in users
Search in forums
Filter by Categories
#ScotEdChat
Admin
Art
Assessment
Book
Creativity
Curricular Areas
Curriculum
Differentiation
dyslexia
edubooks
English
Expressive Arts
gtcspl
History
ICT
Ideas
Implementation
Inclusion
Involving Pupils
Leadership
Literacy
mag
Maths
Modern Languages
Numeracy
Outdoor Learning
PE
Pedagoo
Pedagoo@PL
PedagooEvents
PedagooFriday
PedagooGlasgow
PedagooLocal
PedagooLondon
PedagooPeebles
PedagooReflect
PedagooResolutions
PedagooSunshine
Plenary
Primary
Professional Learning
Qualification
Research
Resource
Resource
Science
Scottish Learning Fringe
Skills
SLFringe
Social Studies
SOLO
TeachMeets
Technologies
tmlovelibraries
Uncategorized
Visible Learning
xmasparty
Plenary spinners – a quick and easy way to end the lesson.

image

 

A very simple plenary that can give a whole class, table, pair or individual option. I made the picture using Moldiv (which I love), laminated them and used spinners I had bought from Amazon. The students simply love spinning them,  although I think they already have their favourites! Some of these I have already put on my blog with more appearing soon.

  • Time capsule – I have a time capsule door in my class and the students have sheets onto which they add a key point from the lesson that they feel we should keep.
  • 2 truths and a lie…if we have time we use some at the end of the lesson but if not we use them as a starter the following lesson.
  • Explain it like Einstein – write a summary to explain the lesson to a 6 year old.
  • How do you feel? – we use magnets on a full size version of the Lego poster and students choose the face that best represents their learning. They write this in their book with a reason for either peer or teacher response.
  • Plenary for a head – used to compare the importance of factors, students draw a pie chart, hold it in front of their heads so that we then take a panorama for discussion.
  • Exit ticket (below) – using a ticket I adapted from Twitter which has lots of options around the side.

imageimage


Leave a reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Skip to toolbar