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Lesson Two:LessonPlan and Resources

Lesson Two:LessonPlan and Resources

Lesson Two of a Unit of 10 Lessons on Ancient Egypt. Includes a detailed step by step lesson plan and all resources including a vocabulary activities worksheet with answer sheet and suggestions for differentiation. All resources are printable, editable and have answers provided. Created for High School Years 9, 10 Special Education students (ID, ASD, SLI) and students with learning difficulties who had varying literacy levels from non-readers to reading at close to peer age level but with low comprehension levels and limited higher order thinking skills. This unit could be used successfully in primary school classrooms. Lesson content and resources have been differentiated and are designed to be expanded and taken further by more able students while allowing low level students to succeed and engage in the learning. ID – Intellectual Disability ASD – Autism Spectrum Disorder SLI – Speech Language Impairment
KnowntoWork
Literacy Comprehension, Speaking, Listening and Writing SEN, Early Years, Primary

Literacy Comprehension, Speaking, Listening and Writing SEN, Early Years, Primary

Includes 12 'storyboard' Nursery Rhymes: The Grand Old Duke of York, Row Row Row Your Boat, Hey Diddle Diddle, Little Miss Muffet, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, Old Mother Hubbard, Little Bo-Peep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Pat-a-cake and Itsy-bitsy Spider. Say the rhymes with the students, get them to listen and recite each line afterwards, ask them to order the 4 pictures for each nursery rhyme, then use the differentiated worksheets to assess their writing and listening skills. For the speaking, listening and writing worksheets we ask carers to let us know either during drop off or via email a couple of things their child has done over the weekend. We then ask the students what they did at the weekend, prompting other students to ask questions of their peers, and then do a recap by asking who did what to assess who was listening before getting the children to write either with help or independently what they did at the weekend.
smidgealot
Jekyll and Hyde - Gothic in Chapter 2

Jekyll and Hyde - Gothic in Chapter 2

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that looks at the use of Gothic imagery in Mr Utterson’s dream during Chapter 2. Ideal preparation for KS4 students preparing for AQA English Literature Paper 1 or easily adaptable for KS3 students. Includes video clips, differentiated resources and more.
Lead_Practitioner
Punctuation Marks

Punctuation Marks

A simple powerpoint presentation on the main punctuation marks and their purpose. Useful to both introduce key punctuation marks and as a reminder guide.
PauletteBennett
Simple Sentences

Simple Sentences

Simple Sentences resource is for Grade 3 and Grade 4. These educational worksheets are a great supplemental resource for grammar teachers. Anchor charts, worksheets, evaluation, and all blackline masters included. This unit contains the following items to help you teach Simple Sentences in your classroom. 1 full coloured poster describing Simple Sentences 1 black & white poster describing Simple Sentences 1 black & white title page for student duo-tangs 5 black & white Simple Sentences worksheets – with Canadian and American spellings (check top right hand corner of each sheet) 3 black & Simple Sentences worksheets 1 black & white evaluation sheet for pre & post evaluation 1 black & white evaluation tracking sheet Should you have any questions or comments about this product, feel free to email me at Have a great day!
missmonica1
Medieval Scribes - Educational Pack

Medieval Scribes - Educational Pack

An educational pack aimed to KS3 students based on archival documents held at the London Metropolitan Archives. It includes information and activities on: How English came to be the language of the UK The Guildhall Scribes The art of writing and illuminating Calligraphy Special English Letters
versym
SpAG: Literacy and Grammar Reminders Booklet

SpAG: Literacy and Grammar Reminders Booklet

This booklet is designed to give pupils an easily stored reminder of a range of grammatical terms, literary tools and punctuation information. This can be used alongside independent writing tasks, grammar tasks or simply as a revision booklet to go through from time to time. My pupils have found this incredibly helpful as they often have struggled to remember all the different concepts they have been learning about and now can just refer to this. Repeated exposure is increasing their recall of the information learned. This is more suitable for upper stages of Primary/Early Secondary level.
pammyc
Pronouns Chart Poster Printable Free

Pronouns Chart Poster Printable Free

Pronouns Chart Poster Worksheet Freebie - Subject, Object, Possessive Pronouns Chart Second Pronoun freebie for your classroom wall. What does it include? 5 categories of pronoun. Super colors.
rededucation
Action Verbs

Action Verbs

A colourful introduction of your action verb focus. A list of common action verbs A quick activity - could be used as a warm up, pre-input task or as early morning work. All images are flattened and are png. Whole presentation can be lifted and imported into a IWB programme of your choice such as ActivBoard. Enjoy!
KatQatresources
Macbeth  - Macbeth Revision: Macduff

Macbeth - Macbeth Revision: Macduff

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that focuses on Macbeth’s decision to revisit the witches in Act 4 Scene 1, his changing attitude and his treatment of Macduff and his family in the latter stages of the scene. Ideal preparation for students getting ready for AQA English Literature Paper 1 and easily adaptable for KS3 students, too.
Lead_Practitioner
George's Marvellous Medicine based SPAG activity

George's Marvellous Medicine based SPAG activity

This is an activity to use in a SPAG lesson when reading George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl. It is great for nouns as the first part requires the children to match the objects used by George to a picture of the character they most likely belong to. Once the warm up is complete the children will write sentences using possessive apostrophes to explain what ingredients George put into his medicine and who they belonged to. There is a ‘Must, Should, Could’ for differentiation and a LA activity is on the final sheet whereby the children simply fill in the character’s name with the apostrophe on a line within a sentence. You can then get them to copy the sentences into their books if you desire. Example sentence the children could write; George put Mrs Kranky’s lipstick into the pan. The ‘Could’ also encourages children to use and to make their sentences longer. George put Mrs Kranky’s lipstick and powder into the pan.
Peaches1980