Ratburger - David Walliams - Study Booklet

Ratburger - David Walliams - Study Booklet

This unit of work has been designed to encourage readers to further enjoy this story by engaging with and extending their comprehension of the book; Ratburger. There is an illustrated booklet which follows each chapter in chronological order and invites the reader to; read the book in close detail, explore the characters, consider the social aspects of life in a ‘run-down’ council estate and respond by completing a series of related tasks. Included are a range of SPaG questions that have been compiled to emulate a formal SPaG test to help pupils familiarize themselves with the format. Also included is a set of ‘stand-alone’ worksheets. All illustrations used are by ‘Clipart’.
crigdon
Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

You will save countless hours of marking time with these ingenious ideas. INSTEAD OF......(common mistake), try................(new time saving solution!) These are highly praised and have been adopted at whole-school levels. 50 great ideas with scanned examples (If you search '300 lesson activities - you will see that my products are popular here on TES. This product is just as good!).
whizzbangbang
British Poetry KS3 Unit (19 Lessons) - SOW, PPT, Homework, Resources, Exam!

British Poetry KS3 Unit (19 Lessons) - SOW, PPT, Homework, Resources, Exam!

A fun, diverse and detailed unit focused upon British Poetry! This unit has been created specifically to intigrate KS4 skills into the KS3 curriculum to prepare students for the rigors of the new 100% exam GCSE specification. The unit focuses upon exploration and analysis of the poems 'Jabberwocky' and 'Timothy Winters', and works best as a Year 7 scheme as its end-of-unit exam is tailored as a hybrid of KS2 SATs and GCSE. However, it could also be used with lower ability Year 8 or 9. This detailed and high quality unit includes: * 19 lesson plans (with 13 differentiation strategies) * 96 slide PowerPoint presentation (divided into lessons) * All resources and worksheets (17 sheets) * Homework project (6 tasks) that includes both reading and writing skills * End-of-unit reading/writing exam * End-of-unit exam mark scheme (suitable for KS3 Levels 3-6, with GCSE 1-9 conversion) Unit's lessons include: * Exploring 'personal identity' * Mapping and exploration of British culture * Writing poems about British culture * Poetic terms 'speed dating' to introduce key vocabulary * Analysing and storyboarding 'Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll * Developing vocabulary through the use of nonsense poems * Poetry SLAM competition - performing Lewis Carroll poems * Close reading and analysis of 'Timothy Winters' by Charles Causley * Activities focused upon improving sentence structures * Spelling tests on key vocabulary (differentiated by writing level) * SPaG starter activities * Crosswords * Quizzes * End-of-unit reading exam (KS2 SAT/GCSE hybrid) * End-of-unit writing exam (GCSE style) * Teacher/peer/self assessment opportunities
ryan_wood16
The Real Dickensians- Working Children of the Potteries (Years 7 and 8)

The Real Dickensians- Working Children of the Potteries (Years 7 and 8)

A unit of work that contains an abundance of pictures, anecdotes and reports based on the 'Scriven Report', which investigated the working conditions in the factories of 'The Potteries' in the mid 1800s. Students use grids, writing frames and summarising placemats to investigate and report on the working lives of young children, and to develop their ability to organise non-fiction writing. The VLE homework unit develops and embeds students' understanding of 'main idea' and 'supporting details' by using further extracts from the report. Contents: (4-6 lesson scheme of work, full resources and lesson plans) Classroom presentations 6 page workbook VLE homework presentation Grid for note-taking Writing frame Summarising placemat Peer assessment resource Full lesson plans Note: All images are free for use commercially.
johndayus1
A Taste of Honey Unit for 2017 GCSE (33 Lessons) - SOW, PPT, Homework, Resources, Mock Exams!

A Taste of Honey Unit for 2017 GCSE (33 Lessons) - SOW, PPT, Homework, Resources, Mock Exams!

A challenging, rigorous and detailed unit focused upon Shelagh Delaney's charming 1950s play 'A Taste of Honey'! This unit has been created specifically for the new AQA Paper 2a (Modern Texts) exam to be sat from June 2017. This unit focuses upon analysis of the whole text, punctuated by two practice exam questions (one focused upon character, the other on theme) plus a closed-book mock exam. Students are supported throughout these with sentence starters to help them structure their responses, and are given a choice of questions. This detailed and high quality unit includes: * 33 lesson plans (with 13 differentiation strategies) * 147 slide PowerPoint presentation (divided into lessons) * All resources and worksheets (9 sheets) * Homework project (9 tasks) that includes both reading and writing skills Unit's lessons include: * Cloze activity on the play's contexts * Detailed, thorough comprehension questions on each scene * Spelling tests on key vocabulary * SPaG starter activities * Character crosswords * Huge 60-question revision quiz * In-depth key scene analyses (including group work) * Exploring characters - Helen, Jo, Peter, Boy, Geof * Exploring themes - marriage, motherhood, relationships * AfL activities - improving sample exam responses * Essay planning * Writing a formal essay on a chosen character * Writing a formal essay on a chosen theme * 'Closed book' mock exam to reflect new GCSE exam expectations * Teacher/peer/self assessment opportunities
ryan_wood16
TO DO LIST

TO DO LIST

Over the years, I have perfected how to manage a huge workload. The key is to have a good to-do-list template. Follow my personal template and follow the simple 9 instructions to lighten your workload. You will find that you hardly ever feel stressed about workload again. Your capacity for work will also increase. You will never carry anything in your head again. You can leave work without taking anything home in your head!
Boosteration
Name randomiser with extras...

Name randomiser with extras...

This randomises your class so a random pupil will be asked a question. It also randomises what question they will answer. It will also determine if they get a reward!
Boosteration
Character  Analysis of the Novel : 'The Help'

Character Analysis of the Novel : 'The Help'

This resource explains each of the characters from the 2009 novel: 'The Help'. It explains the context and background of each character as well as the historical background of the time, such as: the Jim Crow laws and segregation.
roxaneleescott
LONDON AND WHITECHAPEL AT THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

LONDON AND WHITECHAPEL AT THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

This worksheet can be used for whoever intends to work on crime fiction, detective stories, Jack the Ripper and more generally England in the nineteenth century. It is aimed more specifically at ESL students. It includes two activities: the first one is a split-sentence activity to get a general idea of what life was like in those days in London and Whitechapel the second one is a very simple maze-like activity to introduce three major figures of that period (Queen Victoria, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Charles Dickens). The following grammar points can be dealt with: used to, there was / there were Follow-up ideas: working on some segments of the movie Jack the Ripper
Nadouchka
The Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People - Lessons in Digital Literacy

The Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People - Lessons in Digital Literacy

This lesson encourages students to think about their attitudes to wealth and the link between success and positive habit formation. It also helps them to question and explore the validity of online information. The aims of the lesson are: To develop students' critical thinking skills To help students explore and articulate their opinions. To help students understand and evaluate statistical information. To develop students' abilities to check and evaluate the credibility of information. To help students develop their abilities to carry out online factual research. To help students develop the ability to synergise information from a range of sources and formulate written arguments around that information. The lesson uses as its starting point an infographic about wealthy people and their habits:http://www.business-management-degree.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/richest-people.png The lesson is intended for classrooms where internet connectivity is provided. The materials can be used in a blended mode with the discussion materials used in the classroom and the digital research tasks can be set as homework. The lesson files contain: A complete lesson plan with step by step guidance All lesson worksheets and materials + answer keys A presentation including all the tasks for use in the classroom
nikpeachey
An Inspector Calls - What's Happening?

An Inspector Calls - What's Happening?

An activity designed to get students thinking and recapping on their understanding of the plot of 'An Inspector Calls.' The activity gives students quotes from the text and asks them to explain where they fit into the plot.
Sazo123
An Inspector Calls - Theme Table Task

An Inspector Calls - Theme Table Task

An activity used by students to help aid their understanding of the themes of the play 'An Inspector Calls' and how the themes affect each character. Can be simplified or made more challenging easily, so suitable for all students.
Sazo123