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REVISION-EVALUATION WORKSHEET FOR BEGINNERS TO ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

REVISION-EVALUATION WORKSHEET FOR BEGINNERS TO ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

This 6 page worksheet can be used as part of in-class revision practice or as a test for evaluation of your beginners transitioning to elementary students. It is appropriate for Class 3 and Class 4 students. It comprises a simple guided writing exercise, a Reading text, Comprehension exercises (multiple choice, complete the sentences, true/false), and Grammar (modals) and Vocabulary exercises (multiple choice, match, put words in order, complete sentences).
kntonia
Black History Month: Writing Starters

Black History Month: Writing Starters

FOUR writing starters for Black History Month. Step by Step instructions to help students write an opening that will hook their reader. I wanted to show black history is not only about our struggles as black people, but it is also about how we shine! I hope to inspire creativity and conversation about black history in your classroom. Love to know how it goes with your students, so please leave a review :o) Some of the pictures courtesy of @beautifully.flawed.one (Instagram).
xxnats1989xx
Vocan Tiles - French

Vocan Tiles - French

Simply print out onto card and cut out for a great and imaginative way to spark creative language from your students, whether for SEN, EAL, MFL or just to spark creative thought in your lessons or as a starter activity. 260 story-ready tiles in total! This is the French Version :D Includes food, emotions, places, animals, Halloween and Christmas symbols. Look out for more updates coming soon! All money from this resource - and all our resources - goes into printing educational resources and books for our students in West London schools. Thank you for taking a look and please leave us a review!
harle
Character and Lifeskills Links and Videos in description

Character and Lifeskills Links and Videos in description

Endorsed by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the “world’s greatest living explorer”, our unique character education curriculum is designed to ensure every child reaches their full potential. Based on the lives of real-life adventurers and explorers, such as Sir Ranulph and Tim Peake, we have designed a complete package of lessons and online support that is ready to go in your school today and form part of your curriculum. Pupils learn about a different hero or heroine over each term, with practical and mental tasks to complete based on their adventures. Designed with educationalists, each lesson is structured to give pupils the character tools and values they need to be successful in life such as resilience, determination, empathy, and courage. Lessons are supported with “field report” films featuring Commando Joe, developed by a Bafta-winning animation company. Plus, a whole website of dedicated resources, support, celebration and reflection materials tools. Choose between enlisting one of our Commando Joe’s instructors to deliver the course in school, or our new school-led package with full training and support for your staff to deliver our character education curriculum themselves. Either way, we are confident that when it comes to Character Education, this is the best of the best.
Commando_Joe
Close Reading of Challenging Texts - full lesson for use in any subject

Close Reading of Challenging Texts - full lesson for use in any subject

This is a resource that I designed in my role as Literacy Coordinator and has been used successfully across all subjects in my current school. It is designed to explicitly teach and embed close reading skills. It is a complete lesson, however it can be taught again and again with any text. As a teacher, you will choose a challenging text containing information which you would like your students to understand. Through this lesson, students will work through a series of steps to help them to close read it and process the information in detail. I have used this many times as an English teacher for fiction and non-fiction texts, and teachers across the school have used it in their own subjects as a means to help students access complex information about their subject independently. The resource contains the Powerpoint for the lesson (including teacher guidance on how to choose the text), the handout (as a word document and as a pdf) and also some sample reading materials that I have used. Please contact me if you have any questions and I would also welcome feedback.
LikeAnExpert
Answering Questions in Complete Sentences Using Restating Strategies

Answering Questions in Complete Sentences Using Restating Strategies

Students must be able to answer questions in complete sentences both orally and in writing. When students generate a constructed (written) response they are indicating to their readers that they understand what the question is asking. The restating strategy teaches students to use part of the question given to construct a response. CISQ, TTQA, PQA are strategies which students can use to guide them in perfecting this necessary skill. This resource contains the following: CISQ poster TTQA poster PQA poster Bookmarks for each strategy Notebook Sheets for each strategy I created these for teachers who are in need of visual references which can be used for students to refer to especially when they need a quick reference while writing. These posters are recommended for beginning writers or for students in need of remediation. SUGGESTED USES FOR POSTERS: Classroom posters can be used as a teaching tool to recognize goals, set expectations or to introduce or review concepts. They can be used as standalone aids to help students master particular strategies and techniques. The following are different ways of using classroom posters: 1) They can be printed standard size (8.5x11 inches) and bound into a booklet as a study resource for students as an individual or small group activity. 2) As anchor charts 3) They can be used as reference books for small group use. Simply print and slide pages in sheet protectors to compile a binder or folder document. They can be used as individual reference charts. Simply print the black-line version (if available) onto coloured paper for students to stick in their notebooks or interactive journals.
nicadez
Apple Dunk.

Apple Dunk.

How to play apple dunk: procedural writing in a sequence frame for promoting fine motor and writing skills with helping word and picture cards, count and find the hidden picture, find the extra word and write a story exercise.
butterbeans65
Chocolate Apple.

Chocolate Apple.

How to make chocolate apples: Procedural writing in a sequence frame for promoting fine motor and writing skills with helping word and picture cards, count and find the hidden picture, find the extra word and write a story exercise.
butterbeans65
Halloween Mask.

Halloween Mask.

How to make a Halloween mask: Procedural writing in a sequence frame for promoting fine motor and writing skills with helping word and picture cards, count and find the hidden picture, find the extra word and write a story exercise.
butterbeans65