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Monkey Song

Monkey Song

Taken from the play script Gordon's Jungle Grumble, the monkey rule song is an original simple song written to form part of an assembly or show for Key Stage 1 children. Written specifically for children learning English or Early Years pupils this fun song will enthuse and have your kids singing and dancing along to the monkey jive. This download will give you the lyrics for the song. You can enjoy listening via the Youtube link https://youtu.be/V5nBOEo_t4s If you would like the backing track without the vocals and all the accompanying teacher notes for the show it can be downloaded as part of the script for Gordon's Jungle Grumble. Thank you in advance for your download and look out for more fun songs and stories coming to my store soon...Any feedback is much appreciated.
ClassBerry
Song Box

Song Box

14 images and song titles. Cut and laminate each them put them into a box or bag, shake it up and allow the children to choose one to sing at the end of the day. I've done this activity with every year group upto y2 and they loved the independence of choosing the song. Also great for EAL kids to develop language skills with the rest of the class.
frazert2
Christmas 2017: Christmas TV Themes Quiz

Christmas 2017: Christmas TV Themes Quiz

Christmas 2017: Christmas TV Themes Quiz PowerPoint quiz with 25 questions and multiple- choice answers about some of the TV themes that will be heard over the Christmas period.
CollEd
Valentine by Carol Ann Duffy (Edexcel Relationship Poetry)

Valentine by Carol Ann Duffy (Edexcel Relationship Poetry)

These resources offer a fully differentiated lesson on this classic poem and engages students by drawing on contemporary tasks involving music and technology. This lesson introduces complex technical vocabulary in a way that makes it enjoyable for all during the learning process. The lesson is cyclical in nature and returns to the starter activity to evidence progression and engagement. This lesson is available individually or as part of a bundle on the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/relationships-poetry-bundle-11607210 If, however, you would like a bespoke bundle, follow me on twitter @jomarsh1 and message me there...other bundles can be provided on request.
joannammarsh
Paper 2 Question 3 AQA English Language spec 8700 - Amy Winehouse and Janis Joplin

Paper 2 Question 3 AQA English Language spec 8700 - Amy Winehouse and Janis Joplin

A fantastic full lesson based on The Forever 27 Club comes with 6 resources which included articles, worksheets, full power point with guidance notes, quiz, music clips and independent study. This lesson covers the essential skills needed for Paper 2 Question 3 and also allows time to cover some deeper social issues which some of your students may have experience with, such as body image, gender stereotypes and substance abuse. This lesson enables the students to look at a piece of non fiction and identify language techniques used to influence the readers. It is a fun and fully interactive quick paced lesson where the students investigate language but also learn about two of the most influential musicians of our time and how their personal issue are still issues we face today. The lesson aims to walk students through the process of piecing together a final answer, based on their investigations, which would be expected in the final exam. The lesson ends with a student self assessment plenary called "The Hand of Truth" and optional independent study. Although the source used in this lesson is not from the 19th century it does still instil the skills a student will need to answer this question. Further examples of older sources can also be found in my shop which will be significantly useful when teaching paper 2. This lesson is designed for a 3 hour session but is easily adaptable to suit your own timetable. Hope it helps.
namerased
What are you talking about? A fun and interactive speaking and listening game!

What are you talking about? A fun and interactive speaking and listening game!

This resource is great for students of all ages, I have played it with every year group in my school and they love it. Students work in two teams and take turns selecting a member of their team to take a seat with their back to the board. A series of images are then displayed in relation to a selected topic. The individual with their back to the board must try to guess what the image is by listening to the clues their team-mates give them. 3 versions of the game included but you can create your own by replacing images.
daveyarmz
*MEGA BUNDLE* - All Mr A, Mr C & Mr D Resources!

*MEGA BUNDLE* - All Mr A, Mr C & Mr D Resources!

MEGA BUNDLE CONTAINS: The Maths Album The Science Album 40 Lyric Reading Comprehensions Slow Writing Year 3 /4 Writing Knowledge Organiser Year 5 / 6 Writing Know ledge Organiser Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 Science Knowledge Organisers KS2 Reading / Home-School Diary Times Table Rock Star Certificates 4 Literacy Songs (Adjectives, Nouns, Adverbs and Punctuation) Wonder (Reading Comprehension Skills) Maths Vocabulary Reading Comprehensions www.mracdpresent.com
mracdpresent
Elements of Music Scheme and Resources

Elements of Music Scheme and Resources

Elements of Music and Our Music Scheme of Work with accompanying student workbook and Powerpoints for each lesson. All listening examples included. Scheme makes reference to NC aims and objectives (KS3), as well as literacy, numeracy, SMSC/citizenship links. Extension/challenge opportunities provided. Originally designed for EAL classes with very little English, but can also be used for KS2, lower ability KS3 classes or KS3 cover work. Covered in this scheme: - the elements of music vocabulary (tempo, pitch, timbre, silence, dynamics) - Introduction to Musical Instruments of the orchestra - listening exercises based on different musical instruments and elements of music (ranging from Stravinsky to Ed Sheeran) - basic introduction to graphic score and its function - researching and preparing a presentation on pupils’ own music from their culture/country - performance of music from pupils’ own culture/country - development of written and verbal literacy skills - opportunities for self assessment
isobel87