Welcome to Snapshot 4 Learning.
My original Snapshot Learning contains thousands of great resources but has "outgrown" itself.
Hence Snapshot 4 Learning, which is hyperlinked to Snapshot 1, now exists.
Use the clip to inspire students. This is the story of Mina, a strong young woman alone on a round-the-world sailing expedition. Caught in a tremendous storm, she becomes stranded on the shores of a wild and apparently uninhabited island. As she explores her new surroundings, she uncovers artifacts, living spaces and technologies left behind by the people who came before her to this uncharted island. Wow...what a great stimulus. Suits group brainstorming and group chapter writing.
A stunning animation set in the near future, any soccer mad child would love to recreate this narrative. Watch the clones take over the world of Sport will Ronaldo and Co be able to bring back the excitement of the game. Writing opportunities: Discussion text: Safe v taking risks, Can we take all the danger out of sport? Narrative - retell the story. Diary entries - for one of the players when their career comes to an end. A commentary piece on the different styles, clones v humans. A news report of the final game.
Steph Westwood has created these writing prompts. Click the picture to download the writing prompt resource.
Our Body Writing Prompt created by Leanne Westwood
Writing prompt created by Steph Westwood - S3
Brainy Quote provides visually engaging, inspirational quotes from a wide range of topics and famous people.
Created and shared by Leanne Williamson.
Created and shared by Steph Westwood.
To enrich her students vocabulary and ultimately written work,
Steph Westwood created a "One Word" ppt.
The concept behind "One Word" is students are given "one word" and they have 1 minute to write about it.
Steph's ppt is based on oneword.com.
This ppt maybe personalised and adapted to suit your current theme and class needs.
Thank you Steph for sharing : )
To enrich her students vocabulary and ultimately written work, Steph Westwood created a "Word of The Day" ppt,
The concept can be adapt to suit the needs of
The source of the selected "Word of The day" can vary from theme work, Spelling lists, enrich vocabulary lists.
Thanks Steph for sharing.