Creating a Foodie E-magazine Full Scheme of Work

Creating a Foodie E-magazine Full Scheme of Work

A teaching resource provided by Sabrina Pandoo.

Resource Description

A very hands-off project-based unit of work designed to encourage independent learning and inventive ideas. I originally created this project for a very weak Year 8 base set class. They loved the project and their final e-magazine is included with the lessons as an example for you to see how they performed. This is a 5 lesson scheme of work with extra notes for how to implement the creation of the e-magazine itself. Lessons are in Notebook format and PPTs. Great for KS3 but for good for any group really, especially weak but creative students.

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File Name File Type File Size
Year 8 - Foodie Project.zip
zip 32.5MB

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Sabrina Pandoo
Sabrina Pandoo
Teacher of English
I've been teaching for 6 years and I've been making my own resources ever since. My passion is teaching and learning and I believe it starts with the materials you use in the classroom. I pride myself on making lessons interesting and engaging.

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