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ACTIVE AND PASSIVE WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

A resource that contains 9 worksheets with answers on Active and Passive Voice. It includes worksheets on making and conversion of active and passive verbs. Teachers can use these to enhance the language and grammar skills of the learners when it comes to writing.
john421969
Journey to the River Sea

Journey to the River Sea

A 40 slide PowerPoint based around Journey to the River Sea. Covers comprehension, passive and active voice, apostrophes, ambiguous writing style, identifying the subject and object in a sentence and a look at new vocabulary. Only covers up to Chapter 4. Was used for a Year 5 group.
ep1234
Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice in Act 4 Scene 1

Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice in Act 4 Scene 1

A selection of resources easily spread over a few hours of work designed to engage students in the development of Beatrice and Benedick's relationship. Examines the scene in some detail with students then able to summarise what they have learnt Ideal for KS3 as an introduction to GCSE level work
MissNevell
AnimalKind lesson plan 18 - Sammy's story

AnimalKind lesson plan 18 - Sammy's story

AnimalKind lesson plan X (from a set of 23) View/order the accompanying resources and AnimalKind film at: http://animalkind.wpengine.com/ Objectives: • To consider what it was like to experience life in the trenches during WWI. • To reflect on whether it is right for animals to be used in war. • To explore the use of adjectives. • To produce a piece of descriptive writing. Curriculum links: ENGLISH: Spoken language years 1-6/Writing – composition
AnimalAidMark
AnimalKind lesson plan 17 - A man’s best friend

AnimalKind lesson plan 17 - A man’s best friend

AnimalKind lesson plan 17 (from a set of 23) View/order the accompanying resources and AnimalKind film at: http://animalkind.wpengine.com/ Objectives: • To write a persuasive piece of writing to say why a dog should be saved. • To explore the use of adjectives. Curriculum links: ENGLISH: Spoken language years 1-6/Writing – composition
AnimalAidMark
Top Three Books for Writers Article

Top Three Books for Writers Article

There are tons of books on writing out there and it is difficult to know where to start... A writer doesn’t usually have a lot of time, especially if they have 10 stories plotting out in their head (along with dialogue, symbolism, sub-plots, and characterization!). In my quest for becoming a better writer, I’ve found some good books...and then I’ve found some great ones. This list includes only those books! I’ve also included links to find them on Amazon.
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Split Digraph Wizard

Split Digraph Wizard

Help children master split digraphs. Includes detailed guidance notes for teachers with different approaches to explaining split digraphs along with four activities based on active learning games that can involve the whole class. Activities are progressive and support children to understand digraphs and split digraphs. The introductory activities use simple and familiar words that can be transformed into split digraphs. Further activities include more challenging words to stretch children and consolidate learning. Resources include: - Guidance notes for teachers - Printable letters and accompanying slides - Worksheets (113 slides/sheets in total)
MagicSounds
Year 9- Jurassic Park (2 Lessons)

Year 9- Jurassic Park (2 Lessons)

Two lessons for boys looking at language and structural analysis of an extract from the novel Jurassic Park. Fun clips from the movie, revision of the adventure genre and creative writing. Great for a double lesson!
tess247
Fall Printables Collection

Fall Printables Collection

From poems to coloring pages, ABCmouse.com is a great resource to teach your classroom about fall. Create a FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account for access to these and more printables. Go to https://goo.gl/j4FdAG to get started.
ABCmouseforTeachers