What is a learning intention? A learning intention can also be referred to as a learning goal or objective and is a student-friendly statement written by the teacher that outlines what students should be able to achieve by the end of the lesson. Some teachers also use the term WALT - ‘We are learning to’.
How do you display your 'I can' statements, success criteria and learning intentions in your classroom? Using a clear and visible learning objectives display such as these Learning Intention & WALT / WALF Posters enables students to access their learning goals at all times whilst keeping them on track and accountable for their own learning.
These posters also give students an opportunity to see explicit ways of HOW to achieve their learning goals, which is known as the success criteria, by breaking down each requirement into achievable steps.
Displaying these editable objective posters in a prominent area in your classroom will enable you to visually present all your Learning Intentions and Success Criteria in an easy and meaningful way. This resource has been created using a stylish and pastel color palette that takes just minutes to set up and matches your Daisy Gingham Pastel Classroom Theme!
- A pre-made PDF version with 30 pages that includes:
- 3x Daisy and Gingham Designs: 2x Full Page Poster designs and 1x Subject Labels for:
- Learning Intention
- Success Criteria
- WALT (We are learning to)
- WALF (We are looking for)
- An Editable Microsoft PowerPoint Version with 25 pages that includes 3 designs to choose from with or without subject labels.
You must have Microsoft PowerPoint or equivalent installed on your computer.
Simply type into the text box provided - it's that easy!
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Please note, this is a downloadable, digital file that you can access immediately after purchase.
To open the files you will be required to have a PDF Reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.
To edit: If the product description stipulates that the file is editable, it will be editable only in Microsoft PowerPoint. You will need to have access to Microsoft Powerpoint to be able to type in your text. You can access a free trial here.
‘Editable’ refers to the *text* within the file being customisable. Images and colour palettes are not editable. Simply type into the text boxes provided or add in your own to edit.
Please ensure your PDF reader and MS PowerPoint software is up to date to avoid compatibility issues.
Purchase of this resource entitles the purchaser the right to reproduce pages in limited quantities for single classroom or homeschool use only.
Duplication for a friend, another staff member, entire school or commercial purpose without purchase of an additional license is strictly forbidden.
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