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ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT

ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT

ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT is 3 pages filled with Halloween fun. A Halloween poem for easy reading, crossword puzzle, word jumble, true and false questions and KEY for the teacher! + HALLOWEEN BOARD GAME. HAPPY HALLOWEEN - HAVE FUN!
Olynj
Halloween Bingo Cards and Flashcards

Halloween Bingo Cards and Flashcards

The following resource consists of 30 Bingo cards, 48 flashcards with words and 48 flashcards without the words. There’s also a page explaining the rules of the game and a list of all the images/words I used to create the cards. Halloween Bingo Cards There are 30 different Bingo Cards in the file. Each Bingo Card has 25 squares including one ‘free space’ square in the centre. All of the images I used to create the cards are moderately scary so that the game doesn’t frighten your students but grabs their attention. Halloween Flashcards I’ve included Halloween Flashcards in the file because I wanted to make it possible for you to use them to pre-teach all the Halloween vocabulary to your students prior to enjoying the game. There are 48 flashcards with words and 48 flashcards without them. I hope you like my Halloween Bingo Cards and Flashcards and decide to use them to teach your students.
leba87
Taboo Game - Halloween

Taboo Game - Halloween

Great game to practice speaking skills or simply have fun! This set contains 84 cards using words related to Halloween. Taboo is a great word and guessing game excellent for parties. So why not have a party in class by using this game in class!! In this particular set you will find 84 cards related to Halloween. The set includes words like pumpkin, Chucky and vampire. It is simple to use and a great time is always guaranteed. Each player must get his/her partners to guess the word on top without using the word or the five other words mentioned below on the card.
nadineinprague
Halloween mats

Halloween mats

3 sets of 12 mats; each with a different sentence and picture about Halloween offering an opportunity to read, match, write, cut, stick and color. (fonts: 2 sets in comic sans, 1 set in CCW Cursive Outline 1).
butterbeans65
30 Halloween Photos PowerPoint Presentation + 31 Different Teaching Activities To Try in The Class

30 Halloween Photos PowerPoint Presentation + 31 Different Teaching Activities To Try in The Class

You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different materials being shown in each of the photos. I have created a second presentation describing 31 different ways you could use this teaching resource in the classroom. You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting Halloween display. The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different rich Halloween activities. The students can then discuss what they think about each one. What is their favourite activity and why? The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.
peterfogarty
Reading for Comprehension

Reading for Comprehension

This book contains 33 stories with comprehension activities and comes with answers. The printed version of the book also comes with audio files for poor readers support. This is ideal for teachers in primary/prep and lower secondary schools and will also be of interest to FE teachers of skills for life students as well as ESOL teachers. A very high quality resource that has been well received by teachers.
GrahamLawler
Streetcar Named Desire: The Southern Belle/ Google Docs Revision Collaboration

Streetcar Named Desire: The Southern Belle/ Google Docs Revision Collaboration

A full lesson (could be used over a series of lessons) which focuses on the presentation of a Southern belle in the play. The lesson includes: - Examples (videos and theories) of Southern belles in American novels - Collaborative LIVE learning using Google Docs. Students will work together to create A0 focused revision notes around Williams representation of the archetype of a Southern belle through the character of Blanche - In depth quote analysis (Explode the Quote)
xxnats1989xx
Culture and Identity Poems- Mametz Wood, Nothing's Changed, Limbo and The follower.

Culture and Identity Poems- Mametz Wood, Nothing's Changed, Limbo and The follower.

GCSE aimed but could be used for lower years This bundle includes 4 detailed lessons complete with poems from the culture and identity anthology. Exploring themes, language and structure whilst looking at the context of each poem and imagery. Each lesson could be used over more than one lesson. Easily adapted to the needs of your class but can be used straight away! Please review if purchased. Save 32% by buying this bundle, however each lesson can be purchased individually.
kirstygemmell2809
The follower- Culture and Identity poetry.

The follower- Culture and Identity poetry.

A lesson that explores 'The follower by Seamus Heaney' and the GCSE question 'How is structure used to create an effect on the reader in Seamus Heaney’s ‘The follower'? The lesson explores: -The context of the poem -Key terminology 'Irony' -The poem with directions for annotations -A worksheet to secure annotations -A model answer -Glossary -A Graph to plot student's progress
kirstygemmell2809
Poetry-Limbo by Kamai Brathwaite- Culture and Identity

Poetry-Limbo by Kamai Brathwaite- Culture and Identity

This lesson explores the culture of the Caribbean and the poem Limbo by Kamau Brathwaite. The lesson looks at historical events that can have links to the poem, the linguistic meaning behind the title, a full annotation of the poem, a question based on how the themes are presented in the poem and a hot seat plenary.
kirstygemmell2809
Nothing's Changed- Poetry Culture & Identity

Nothing's Changed- Poetry Culture & Identity

Would last two or three lessons: This lesson explores the poem Nothing's Changed by looking at questions surrounding different cultures. A task that helps to show your student's understanding as the topic progresses on poetic techniques. Context of the poem and the poet. An analysis of language and structure within the poem and two model answers that students can mark and feedback on which one is better and why. The final question is "How does the poet present his life in Nothing's changed?
kirstygemmell2809