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Noah and the Ark

Noah and the Ark

An original story of Noah and the Ark written by me in child friendly vocabulary. There are 8 parts to the story which the children can read, highlighting new wordsfor dictionary work. These are followed by worksheets for descriptive writing, poetry writing, PHSE I Promise to..., converstional writing, drawing activities, searching for adjectives, animal gender and noises. It can be printed out as a complete workbook or as individual sheets, can be linked to RE or an animal topic or a topic like God's Promises. good for differentation and SEN children.

By teachercellar

Gadamer

Gadamer

ГАДАМЕР- немецкий философ, один из основоположников философской герменевтики.ГЕНОТЕКСТ/ФЕНОТЕКСТ - термины, введенные Кристевой в работе "Семиотика" (1969) и позднее получившие более детальную проработку в ее докторской диссертации "Революция поэтического языка" (1974).

By Olynj

A grade Higher English critical essay Janice Galloway's novel The Trick Is To Keep Breathing

A grade Higher English critical essay Janice Galloway's novel The Trick Is To Keep Breathing

A grade Higher English level critical essay on Janice Galloway's novel 'The Trick Is To Keep Breathing'. Comparisons are made between the concerns/narrative style of the novel and those of Sylvia Plath's 'Tulips' poem. The essay question chosen was: "Choose a novel or short story which deals with true love, unrequited love or love betrayed. Discuss the writer’s exploration of the theme and show to what extent it conveys a powerful message about the nature of love". The essay is around 2200 words.

By biggles1230

Board Game Templates

Board Game Templates

Five board game templates - make your own questions- plus suggestions on how to play and templates to laminate question cards. Hangman Find-A-Word Blockbusters BusyBee Snakes and Ladders These are a great keeper for end of topic revision, end of term fun days, fast finishers corner. Make your own questions to accompany the games or encourage the students to create their own. Suitable for ALL Key stages.

By LearnersLabyrinth

Rhetorical devices for A Level Language

Rhetorical devices for A Level Language

A quick pupil-friendly glossary (with examples) of new key terms for rhetorical devices for A Level English Language pupils. Handy to use when introducing new terms as you look at rhetoric and speeches or political speaking. We used them as a checklist for looking at interviews between Russell Brand and Ed Miliband, and one between Jonathan Ross and Keira Knightley and then discussed how these techniques can tie in with wider issues on the course: e.g. gender, power, class.

By claire_alexandra_ps