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Whole School Literacy Improving Writing

Whole School Literacy Improving Writing

Once they’ve done the first draft, it’s the (dreaded?) editing to second draft stage. Take the pain away with this resource. Stop your learners from reducing the skill of editing to mere proof-reading by using this writing editing prompt sheet. It works as a learning mat in its entirity or you can cut and paste sections to focus on one editing detail e.g The Cut or The Add. Wide range of prompts given in each section so plenty of choice for low threshold, high ceiling differentiation. Suitable for the older primary literacy classroom or for use at KS3 or KS4 in English.
alisonwhitecreative
Instant Classroom Activity Pack

Instant Classroom Activity Pack

This resource is a super time saver for a busy teacher. A way to instantly have a meaningful and challenging classroom activity set up for your class to do. 16 Literacy activity slides 12 Maths and Numeracy activity slides 12 Health and Wellbeing activity slides 8 topic based activity slides. Many of these also have a range of activity ideas within each slide, meaning that you are getting upwards of 60 different lesson and activity ideas, covering a range of learning and teaching areas and skill sets. The front page of the powerpoint is a contents page that has links to each individual activity page – and each activity page will take you back to the contents page. Many of these activity ideas can be used more than once and with a variety of different topics. This version is aimed at Second Level/KS2 pupils. I am currently working on developing one for younger pupils as well. Many graphics used are from
pammyc
Behaviour Chart - Actions and Consequences

Behaviour Chart - Actions and Consequences

Here is an example of a behaviour chart for children who need to see visually what behaviours are acceptable, what are becoming unacceptable and what are a definite no. It can be adapted to suit the needs of the child/children but will be a good starting point. Talk through it with the child and get these children to pick the consequences and rewards with your agreement.
mrichmond82