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Opinion Paragraph Unscrambles

Opinion Paragraph Unscrambles

Writing a great opinion paragraph made easier! Students practice unscrambling opinion paragraphs over the course of a week. My students were challenged, engaged, and for once, didn’t complain about writing. After practicing unscrambling and then rewriting these models, students were confidently writing text-based opinion paragraphs in the 2nd grade. Students can practice sorting these opinion paragraph exemplars (based on historical figures covered in the 2nd grade curriculum) sentence-by-sentence until they feel confident enough to write their own. Students sort the hook, opinion, reasons, supporting text evidence, and conclusion, all while learning about history. They also practice identifying linking and transition words, while collaborating with a partner (or group). The four included exemplars cover Black History, Women’s Equality, President’s Day, and Legends. Get more bang for your buck from this lesson created by a teacher with ten years experience educating both elementary and high school students.
emrlscc
The Great Plague 1665 UOW + Activities

The Great Plague 1665 UOW + Activities

Appoximately 5 - 8 hours of lessons (with ALL activities provided on a fully integrated 28-slide PowerPoint presentation). Ideal for Year 2 - Year 4 students UOW attached (PDF and WORD format) so fully editable! Learning intentions covered: -To make links between the past and present -To learn about the plague -To describe images from the past -To imagine and explain the impact of an untreatable disease -To explain how a traditional rhyme is linked to our history -To explain the role of a Plague Doctor -To investigate HOW the plague was passed from one person to another -To examine and perform roles and responsibilities of people during the plague -To review and assess learning -To draw a flea-infested rat COMING SOON: The Great Fire of London UOW!
mark harland
Why Enlist - Propaganda in WW1

Why Enlist - Propaganda in WW1

Lesson that introduces pupils to the concept of propaganda, pupils complete a carousel in which they analyse posters and how they would make them feel. They evaluate how likely they would have been to join the army and then analyse how useful a fictional soldiers account of why he joined the army is (preparation for GCSE edexcel how useful question).
ellie_ryl
Edexcel GCSE Nature of Warfare 1250-1500 Medieval

Edexcel GCSE Nature of Warfare 1250-1500 Medieval

A lesson intended for Edexcel GCSE History- Warfare through time. The second lesson to a series of lessons looking at medieval warfare 1250-1500. The lesson/powerpoint looks at change and continuity throughout this period in terms of the nature of warfare, brief introduction to key wars, various factors that had impact on warfare at the time, mounted knights, gunpowder etc. The lesson leads into a 16 mark “How far do you agree” practice exam question, with guidance for students on planing and answering the question. Two activities also included in this bundle which are a starter and plenary task, other resources can be copied/adapted from the powerpoint slides.
ClaireLouise86
Was Magna Carta significant?

Was Magna Carta significant?

A lesson based around the key question: Was Magna Carta significant. Includes a historical interpretation, living graph of the Magna Carta through time and a developed comprehension question. Includes differentiated resources and is fully resourced.
MrHistories