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Twisted History/ Literacy Activity USA Planned to Nuke the Moon

Twisted History/ Literacy Activity USA Planned to Nuke the Moon

Fun and engaging activity that could be used as a lesson starter or part of a range of lesson activities. Targeted at Year 10 History Cold War studies but suitable for all high school students. Part 1- give students the word list sheet only for them to fill out (print the first two pages 2 into 1- half per student ) and get them to fill it out (guide as necessary). Part 2- give them the next 2 pages (print two into one again two sides per student) and get them to write the list of words they created in order to make a twisted version of this history story. They can then share their story with a friend and complete the questions. ENJOY! Students love this activity. The same idea could be used with a range of history stories (but pick the text and audience to ensure it is respectful where appropriate). Already weird chapters of history work best for this.
gcmem
Grammar Bundle - Adjectives, Adverbs, Après avoir + Après être, Asking questions

Grammar Bundle - Adjectives, Adverbs, Après avoir + Après être, Asking questions

Comprehensive grammar bundle, suitable for HA KS2 - KS4. All formatting, animations and answers in place. Templates (tables, whiteboard activities) easily adaptable, huge time-saver! Designed to be used to explain concepts alongside other exercises in class. 1. Adjectives - 11 slides - Emphasis on describing teachers (School and Education module) although easily adapted. Introduces concept of masculine and feminine, adjectives before the noun (BAGS) and includes differentiated whiteboard activity. 2. Adverbs - 5 slides - Introduces concept in English and in French through celebrity 'Twitter' feeds (classtools.net). Matching table exercise and word fan task on last slides. 3. Après avoir + Après être - 3 slides - Introduces après avoir and après être. Example sentences and translations. Excellent 'A*' GCSE phrase, also great to extend HA KS3. 'Jeu de furet' (Pass the Parcel) game at end. 4. Asking questions - 3 slides - Linked to school and education but easily adapted. Introduces the three ways to ask questions in French, with an oral exercise as the last task.
prof_de_francais
New French GCSE - Lesson 1 - Expectations, phonics practice and learning mat

New French GCSE - Lesson 1 - Expectations, phonics practice and learning mat

This is my first lesson for the new French GCSE in Year 10, setting out lesson and exam board expectations and focusing on phonics. There are a number of phonics activities building up through the alphabet, key graphemes, tongue twisters and an unknown text to say out loud accurately (a famous French song) • Powerpoint of the lesson • Sound file for the song • Strategies for students to help improve their pronunciation • Self and peer assessment I have also included a doubled sided colour learning mat that can be laminated to support students in writing longer and more complex sentences.
CLAYTON21
Vocabulary booklet for Studio 1 & 2(Rouge), with links to Quizlet.com

Vocabulary booklet for Studio 1 & 2(Rouge), with links to Quizlet.com

Using the vocabulary lists from Studio 1 and Studio 2 Rouge, the vocabulary has been broken into suitable chunks and sets created on quizlet.com to aid vocabulary learning. Students can rate how confident they feel with each word and the student version has the English meanings blanked out so that the students must complete this themselves.
annalambchop
Reading (places)

Reading (places)

This worksheet can be used to practice reading simple sentences in Arabic and learning some names of places. It can also be used for speaking activities.
Nizart
930 slides of literacy lessons

930 slides of literacy lessons

A huge range of Outstanding Literacy lessons aimed at low ability KS3 and KS4 classes. No need to alter- these are ready to teach and will keep you going all year. Separated clearly into sections for sentence types, word classes, punctuation, dialogue, homophones and creative writing. Lots of card sorts, quizzes, competitions, engaging activities, use of YouTube clips to inspire writing etc.
Aimsnapfall