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The Jolly Postman learning resource (licensed by Penguin Random House) (EYFS/KS1/2)

The Jolly Postman learning resource (licensed by Penguin Random House) (EYFS/KS1/2)

Free downloadable learning resource for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. The resource is licensed by Penguin Random House and endorsed by the National Literacy Trust. From over the hills and far away, help The Jolly Postman deliver his letters today. This popular children's book by Janet and Allan Alhberg is brought to life in this imaginative learning resource. The resource makes links between the fictional narrative of The Jolly Postman and the real history of the postal service revealed through The Postal Museum' s collections. The Jolly Postman resource can support literacy learning across the curriculum and includes: • Teachers’ Notes • Activity ideas • Templates • Interactive PowerPoints Curriculum links: EYFS: Literacy, Maths, Understanding the world, Communication and Language KS1/2: Literacy, Geography, History, Maths, Art and Design The Jolly Postman learning programme at The Postal Museum Schools visiting The Postal Museum can book The Jolly Postman learning programme to bring the enchanting story to life for your pupils. To find out more, or to book a visit: postalmuseum.org/for-schools

By ThePostalMuseum

Checking into a Hotel: role play and whole lesson with worksheets EFL TEFL

Checking into a Hotel: role play and whole lesson with worksheets EFL TEFL

Checking in to a Hotel Key expressions: receptionist, manager, customer, reception, rooms, bar, restaurant, bathroom, I booked a room for this weekend, let me check your details, here is your room key, breakfast is served from... 1) Students learn vocabulary associated with checking in to a hotel. -PPT introduces key expressions through a ‘virtual tour’ of a fictional hotel. 3) In teams they compete to win points in a quiz based on what they just saw. 4) Students then practice the checking in dialogue through a pair based role play. 5) Finally using worksheets they can put the dialogue into the correct order, complete a crossword, match the hotel facilities to the pictures and finally write a short opinion based piece on whether they would choose to stay at this particular hotel. *The PPT and worksheets have Korean translations of the English vocabulary however these can be easily amended as I have included both PDF and word document files.

By lofford1

Emergency situations, CPR and First Aid.  WHOLE LESSON, 3xworksheets and wall display. KS2 EFL TEFL

Emergency situations, CPR and First Aid. WHOLE LESSON, 3xworksheets and wall display. KS2 EFL TEFL

A lesson introducing emergency situations, CPR and Rescue Breathing to EFL students. Activity 1- students brainstorm emergency scenarios using picture prompts on ppt. Activity 2- Introduce the term ‘emergency call’ and ‘the fire department’, the police’ and ‘ an ambulance. Students then look at pictures of different emergencies and say which should be called for each different situation. Activity 3- Students match pictures to the vocabulary by writing A, B, C, D in the corresponding boxes. (worksheet) Activity 4- In teams, students use the vocabulary learnt in the lesson to write their own emergency call. (worksheet) and the perform it in front of the rest of the class. Activity 5- Students practice CPR and Rescue Breathing on their manikins using the hand out and PPT. Select students to demonstrate correct procedure to the rest of the class. Activity 6- Link in PPT to a Mr. Bean YouTube video. Students assess what he does wrong in the emergency scenario and what they would do differently. Activity 7- Reading comprehension. Can be printed and students read through and answer questions on the PPT. Activity 8- Team guessing game. Students guess which emergency number belongs to which country. (also included as a worksheet where students draw a line to match them) Activity 9- Link to British comedy ‘The IT Crowd) video clip on YouTube. Students watch and then answer questions. Also included: two worksheets, CPR handout, resources needed to create the First Aid classroom display,

By lofford1

Reading Comprehension and Activities Bundle - Presentations, Lesson Plans, Grammar/Word focus, Differentiated Worksheets

Reading Comprehension and Activities Bundle - Presentations, Lesson Plans, Grammar/Word focus, Differentiated Worksheets

A total of 6 sets of reading comprehension packs containing comprehension questions, differentiated worksheets, beginning to write a playscript, grammar and word level work using the short story texts. - All stories are presented on PowerPoint for whole class activities - Grammar focus - e.g. verb agreement, present, past and future tenses - Sentence work - e.g. ull stops, capital letters, inverted commas, question marks, exclamation marks - Word level work - e.g. compound words, adjectives, adverbs. - Creative writing - featured texts encourages children to write their own ending to a story or create their own. Have a look at the individual packs for more information. Use each one throughout the year as your class progress. Also included a sample of one my free resources on dictation with audio and teacher's notes.

By Ro_Milli0110

ESL summer camp songs and indoor games collection

ESL summer camp songs and indoor games collection

This resource is a collection of songs and games suitable for use at an ESL summer camp, or any summer camp. It consists of 5 pages of song words (some with actions) gleaned from the Internet and camp experience, as well as 7 pages of games instructions for indoor games (although many could be played outside as well). The objective of these activities is to get the children talking and using English in a fun way without being aware of doing so. Most of the songs and games could be used in an English-first-language environment very successfully.

By mbrizz

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Emotions and Feelings Word Wall

Emotions and Feelings Word Wall

This set includes 15 words (each on its own card). Each emotion word has a matching picture right on the word card. The following words are found in this set: angry, anxious, bored, confident, disappointed, frightened, embarrassed, happy, hurt, interested, jealous, sad, satisfied, surprised, and thoughtful. These are great for letting students play with and use if they are having a hard time identifying how they feel in certain situations. Each page has three word cards and they are to be printed on 8.5 x 11 (letter) sized paper. Grades 1-3. Nyla's Crafty Teaching

By TeacherNyla

Book review sheet! Story map plan

Book review sheet! Story map plan

A worksheet for pupils to easily review the books they have read. Can be used as a back to school task after a holiday, or as a class task after completing a book. Great for collecting ideas with creative writing

By georgia_katherine

Hansel and Gretel DRAMA UNIT (5 x 60 min lessons) NO PREP!

Hansel and Gretel DRAMA UNIT (5 x 60 min lessons) NO PREP!

Students explore the story of Hansel and Gretel through guided drama activities. NO PREP REQUIRED! This curriculum aligned drama unit has 5 x 60 minute detailed lesson plans with extension and differentiation activities. A perfect and engaging way to explore a well loved story. INCLUDES: - 5 x 60 Minute Detailed Lesson Plans based on Hansel and Gretel - Scene Starter Cards - Additional and Extension Activities KEY VOCABULARY: Movement. Freeze. Voice. Characters. Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes. Scene. Facial Expression. Emotion. Gestures. Sound Effects. Drama Machine. Soundscape. Feelings. UNIT AIMS: Students explore the story ‘Hansel and Gretel’ through guided drama activities. Students develop drama skills: creating, responding and performing throughout various guided drama experiences. Students: - Visualise a world and respond to text (psycho drama) - Relate parts of the story to personal experiences - Put themselves in someone else’s shoes and describe a characters feelings - Respond to directions - Use movement, facial expression and gesture to convey meaning and show emotions - Create soundscapes - Collaborate with peers to create scenes and contribute ideas - Contribute to guided drama experiences - Develop creative ideas - Practice rhymes from the story For more drama resources visit my store! Happy teaching!

By drama-trunk

Fantastic Beasts, Dragons and Harry Potter lessons EFL TEFL EAL summer camp KS2

Fantastic Beasts, Dragons and Harry Potter lessons EFL TEFL EAL summer camp KS2

3x Harry Potter themed lessons with worksheets, activities and resources. Lesson 1) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - students learn 'habitats' and 'eating habits' (herbivore, omnivore and carnivore) for a variety of real and imaginary animals. -In teams they must decide what the animal's eating habits are. - Students then create their own creature collage and use the vocabulary to explain to the class about their imaginary creature. Lesson 2) Dragons -body parts -adjectives -determiners - Dragon top trumps card game -Outdoor activity (similar to capture the flag) -Art and Craft activity (making dragon eggs) Lesson 3) Fairies, Pixies and Unicorns Students learn about objects/rooms in a 'fairy house' and must compete to write on mini whiteboards and to speak out loud. Additional resources: *Final assessment to test new vocab *colouring and origami sheets *Sorting hat ppt to allocate students into houses (originally found free online but I have updated and added sound effects)

By lofford1