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Assembly Content: Using a Template

When you are planning your assemblies, do you use a proforma to help you put all of the component parts together? Probably not.

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One advantage of using a standard format is that you have prompts to make you think about the different aspects of the assembly. By using a form you also have a record of what you are going to do and a record that you can look back on. If you are anything like me, you start planning an assembly and think “have I done this already with this year group?”.

The template also has built in hyperlinks which you can use to find relevant assembly material easily.

If you are new to assemblies, or an old hand, give it a try and see if it helps. This template is included on AssemblyTube EasyPlay.

 

 

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