Hamilton's presentations reduce the time and (pain) of lesson preparation across all subjects and include SPAG teaching and whole maths lessons.
Hamilton's presentations are provided in PowerPoint for maximum flexibility. They can be used with any Interactive White Board (IWB). Just open them on your laptop or your screen. (You can also use the import functionality on your software, but this will stop the animations from working - if you want the animations, and why wouldn't you? - just open in PowerPoint itself.) Some software will even allow you to annotate the slides as you go. If you don't know how to do this, there are short easy-to-understand videos available on YouTube:
Hamilton are currently uploading slide presentations that present the correct pedagogy, models and images for teaching our new Flexible (and Short) Blocks. These slides are ready to use in your classroom. Just download and go. Everything for the taught part of the lesson is there, including the practice sheets for the main body of the class and summative mastery questions for the block. Presentations are currently available for the following Spring Term blocks, with more coming every week:
All Year 3 Maths Spring blocks include presentations.
All Year 4 Maths Spring blocks include presentations.
All Year 5 Maths Spring blocks include presentations.
All Year 6 Maths Spring blocks include presentations.
The group activities and differentiated practice are signalled to help you download these at the same time. And of course, in-depth investigation, misconceptions documents and extra support remain easily available. (Yes, we do know that teaching is still - like parenting - both absolutely necessary and totally impossible, but we have made it seriously simple to get all you need!)
SPAG presentations will help you demonstrate aspects of grammar to your class with lively slides and lots of examples. Many come with exercise sheets as well. The grammar is contextualised in blocks and can be reinforced by using the associated extended writing units in Hamilton's new English blocks.