CBC learning resources
The Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) was designed to develop skills and knowledge that can be applied to real-life situations. Use these CBC learning resources to guide and support learners in developing their innate abilities, talents, and skills.
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Life Skills Performing Arts Formal Assessment and Drama Games (Creative Arts)
This task contains 15 drama games to play with primary school-aged children, and a formal assessment task to obtain a mark for performing arts i.e. Music, Singing, Dance and/or Drama. The games help to develop: character recognition, exploration of the senses, language expression, gestures, inflection, facial expression, body language, pretend/imaginative/role play, action communication, animal expression, storytelling, emotional expression, introducing oneself, and voice projection. The task is suitable for primary school and can be used in English lessons. Foxy's Remedial
Gr 11 and 12 Quadratic Functions - Matching activity
Gr 11 and 12 Quadratic function matching activity. This cut and paste activity consists of 12 parabola graphs. Each graph should be matched with two equations; one in vertex/turning point form, the other in standard form (trinomials including perfect squares and difference of squares). There is space on the cut-outs to write, if needed. Memo included.
Creative, Persuasive & Information Writing COMPLETE UNIT (9-14 years)
Teach your child to write good English is the essential guide for all students wanting to develop their literacy skills and improve their grades in English assignments and examinations. Book 1: Creative Story Writing guides the student through the story writing process, as if they had a tutor by their side. This book is designed to help the child think up ideas, providing starting points and guidelines on structuring and organizing their writing. Creative Story Writing teaches the rudiments of story writing. It teaches the child to plan stories with an introduction, building up events to create suspense in the middle paragraph and winding up the plot with a good ending. There is emphasis on building up characters and settings. Book 2: Learning Persuasive Writing and Argument will enable the student to practice different aspects of writing: letters, leaflets, brochures and newspaper articles for example. The book also sets out how to write a well-balanced argument. It teaches the pupil how to structure their writing, putting forward a point of view, backing it up with convincing evidence, building up a relevant counter argument and knocking it down, as well as, putting forward their own comments and opinions. It focuses on discursive writing enabling the pupil to examine points for and against in a variety of subjects suitable for older children and teenage readers, healthy eating, fashion, social issues and many more. It includes a lively collection of writings, poems and a play to inspire the pupil. These are designed as starting points, ideal for the pupil who finds it difficult to think up ideas for writing, challenging them to recreate their own persuasive pieces. Book 3: Information Writing teaches the child to recognize the difference between facts and opinions. It concentrates on different aspects of information writing required by the National Curriculum, including writing to advise, to inform, to explain, analyse, review and comment, giving examples. It teaches the child how a newspaper article is structured, how to write formal and informal letters, diaries, police reports, e-mails, autobiographies, interviews, book reviews and many more. In each book, attention is given to making writing more interesting by varying sentence types and the importance of using good spelling, punctuation and grammar. The student will investigate writing for the appropriate audience and using different narrative structures. They will learn to evoke mood and atmosphere by using good vocabulary. In addition to this the set teaches organisational and literary devices in writing, including, figurative language, emotive words, repetition and connectives. They will learn to evoke mood and atmosphere by using good vocabulary. In addition to this the set teaches organisational and literary devices in writing, including, figurative language, emotive words, repetition and connectives. They will learn vital writing skills that will assist their studies in other areas of the curriculum. Teach your child to write good English includes an exciting range of model answers and sample texts written by children and provides practice questions to test them. The set is packed with vital hints and tips to enable the pupil to gain top grades. 350 pages approximately Watch the video below, for a sneak peek inside this fantastic series... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vkJfpEW2Chc
The Environment Unit Study - Printable Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans
The Environment The environment is all around us. Caring citizens are concerned about keeping it safe for ourselves and future generations. The more we know about the environment, from biomes to recycling, the better we are able to work toward improving our small part of the world. Rachel Carson and Jacques Cousteau were environmentalist who had an impact on the world's thinking. You may think of others. Learning about the environment helps us to understand how important relationships are—between people, animals, and the earth. Topic in this unit study include : ● Acid Rain ● Biomes and Ecosystems ● Rachel Carson ● Jacques Cousteau ● Fungi ● Global Warming ● Hazardous Waste ● Photosynthesis ● Pond Life ● Recycling
Printables and Posters
Coding Vocabulary Posters
Coding vocabulary posters – with QR code video links. These posters are perfect for brightening up your tech lab or classroom walls with 8 coding related words & definitions. Each poster has a QR code, which when scanned with a QR code enabled device will link to a YouTube video by Scratch Garden – Each video/song explains the definition in a fun, kid friendly way. Teacher Zone