Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Scheme Resources

Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Scheme Resources

BSP Powerpoints and Resources. Accompanies the Scheme of Work created by TESEnglish for the text. Brilliant Scheme that has enabled me to adapt and use the activities/tasks with mixed ability groups, and differentiate by outcome. ***The extracts are all copyright of the author, John Boyne.
Sazo123
Non-Chronological Reports / Information writing on Tigers - Boys Writing - May 2018 Update!

Non-Chronological Reports / Information writing on Tigers - Boys Writing - May 2018 Update!

UPDATED with LOTS more resources Perfect for Years 3-5 when studying non-chronological reports / information writing, with differentiated worksheets, great for getting boys interested! I have updated this pack of resources with much much more. Now includes… -Online ‘Prezi’ I made (the link for this online Presentation I made covering the WHOLE UNIT) This really is extremely useful and took a TON of time to make, the link is at the bottom of the lesson plan to access and can be used online to present the topic. -Weekly and individual lesson plan -Powerpoint -Worksheets -Example of shared write and completed notes -Big Cat information book -Short downloaded video about Tigers (I do not claim to own this portion of the resource.)
dave_orritt
Reading Skills - Making Predictions

Reading Skills - Making Predictions

A PowerPoint on the skill of predicting what might happen in a book, leaflet, etc. Students are asked to predict the contents of writing using various sources, and are able to identify primary and secondary elements in texts. The Activity 'What does the Cover say?' asks students to say what they think a book may be about from the cover&'s primary and secondary elements. * Image links are included and can be easily found on the internet.
Sazo123
Boy in the Striped Pyjamas - Annotating Text

Boy in the Striped Pyjamas - Annotating Text

An activity designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of how the author of 'The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas' uses his writing to delve further into the lives of Bruno and his family, and the background of life in Germany at that time. ***The extracts are the property of John Boyne.***
Sazo123
Punctuation/Paragraph Practice

Punctuation/Paragraph Practice

This resource can be used with either Higher Level KS3 students, or students in KS4. All the capital letters, full stops and paragraphs have been removed from a review of Homeland Season 1. The students just have to figure out where they should be put! Could be made easier for Lower Ability students. Article is the intellectual property of the writer (name and newspaper on the sheet)
Sazo123
Christmas Cryptograms

Christmas Cryptograms

These activities have been created for groups of KS3 (and LA KS4) to give the students a challenge at the end of term. I like that they take time to do, when doing them properly. These activities are not like the usual Christmas activities, so the students really engage with them also!
Sazo123
Spellings Crossword (Common Words)

Spellings Crossword (Common Words)

A crossword task to help students demonstrate their understanding of how common English words are used in sentences. Could be used with any KS3 group, or even KS2.
Sazo123
Using Poetry* to assess Reading Skills

Using Poetry* to assess Reading Skills

Two assessment pieces designed to assess the reading skills of higher ability Yr9 students. However, the poems used can be given to KS4 students as a pre-exam revision task also. The task is designed to assess all elements of reading skills. *The poems being assessed by these questions can be downloaded via the internet for free.
Sazo123
An Inspector Calls - What's Happening?

An Inspector Calls - What's Happening?

An activity designed to get students thinking and recapping on their understanding of the plot of 'An Inspector Calls.' The activity gives students quotes from the text and asks them to explain where they fit into the plot.
Sazo123
Olympic News Report Creating

Olympic News Report Creating

A lesson plan for a morning session of a summer school. Students were asked to research a country; assign roles in the report; improvise language and questions for the report and finally, perform their report to an audience. Great for all ages and abilities. Can be easily adapted. ***All images courtesy of http://www.olympic.org/rio-2016-summer-olympics***
Sazo123