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What is Dementia? by Alzheimer Research UK Comprehension KS2

What is Dementia? by Alzheimer Research UK Comprehension KS2

With growing number of suffers, this text is perfect introduction to dementia and Alzheimer's for pupils and young carers. It includes information on the causes of dementia, the symptoms, treatment, the different types of dementia and how to care for someone with dementia. Ideal for an English or PSHE lesson, whole class reading/guided reading, homework, tuition or intervention. The comprehension questions focus on assessment domains 2B (retrieval questions) and 2D (inferential questions). Includes flashcards of key words and phrases to help with explicit vocabulary teaching. The flashcards come with pictures drawn by a professional children's illustrator, contextualised sentences, definitions from the Oxford dictionary, word origins, root words, prefixes, suffixes, synonyms, antonyms, word family, phrases/idioms and word classes.
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Whole Class Marking Crib Sheet

Whole Class Marking Crib Sheet

This is a whole class marking crib sheet. It is designed to speed up whole sets of marking. Has been designed for use in an English classroom, but could easily be used for any subject.
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Non-Fiction Writing Bundle for GCSE (2)

Non-Fiction Writing Bundle for GCSE (2)

Buy a bundle of lessons on the following writing formats for GCSE English Language: 1) The text of a leaflet 2) Broadsheet articles 3) Discursive essays (PPT included is for lower ability) 4) Formal letters 5) The text of a speech For PowerPoint 3 (Discursive essays), an alternative bundle is available. All PowerPoints are accompanied by the relevant paper resources and contain links to the necessary texts.
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Non-Fiction Writing Bundle for GCSE (1)

Non-Fiction Writing Bundle for GCSE (1)

Buy a bundle of lessons on the following writing formats for GCSE English Language: 1) The text of a leaflet 2) Broadsheet articles 3) Discursive essays (PPT included is for higher ability) 4) Formal letters 5) The text of a speech For PowerPoint 3 (Discursive essays), an alternative bundle is available. All PowerPoints are accompanied by their corresponding paper resources and contain the necessary links to the required texts.
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non-fiction bundle

non-fiction bundle

non-fiction bundle information, explanation, biography, autobiography, diaries features and success criteria writing assignments.
rihamama
English Language Paper 2 Question 4

English Language Paper 2 Question 4

Exploring bias across two Sun articles about Calais Asylum seekers and the Rohingya Muslim crisis. Pupils break down the two articles exploring how the writers present asylum seekers/refugees then complete a Q4 style response. Could span over two lessons with discussion about the articles.
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Formal Letter Writing for GCSE

Formal Letter Writing for GCSE

Aimed at middle-upper ability GCSE groups, this PowerPoint teaches the layout and language of a formal letter. It is oriented towards AQA 8700/2/Question 5 but could be adapted for other boards. In order, the PowerPoint contents are: 1) A multiple-choice entry task 2) AQA advice on features of format 3) A sample AQA-style question. Students identify PAF and reflect on the importance of being mindful of PAF in relation to Question 5. Extension task included. 4) The layout of a formal letter, which students copy. Extension questions included. 5) Notes regarding the formal greeting and formal sign-off 6) A re-cap on the features of formal and informal language. Students cut the features out, organise them under two headings and stick them into their books. 7) An example response to the given question. Students read and identify different features (differentiated) 7) An opportunity for independent writing, with success criteria provided. 8) Peer assessmemt and self-reflection.
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