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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone planning, slides and display resources (Y5)

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone planning, slides and display resources (Y5)

This resource contains planning for the entire text of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The planning includes learning objectives, key questions and activities to extend understanding of the book. I have also attached the display resources that I have used to support the text and the slides, which contain the tasks and LOs for the children to see. I hope that you find this resource useful! My previous classes have thoroughly enjoyed reading Harry Potter, so I hope yours do too!
Emmaclark2711
Pokemon Non-chronological report - 2 Weeks

Pokemon Non-chronological report - 2 Weeks

This resource contains all planning, slides and resources for a two week block of teaching non-chronological reports to Y5 children. It could easily be adapted for Y4 and Y6. I have based the lessons on creating a brand new Pokemon, which the children in my class absolutely loved! I hope that you find it useful!
Emmaclark2711
Features of a newspaper: Rosetta Stone

Features of a newspaper: Rosetta Stone

An activity where children have to identify the different features of a newspaper. Includes a newspaper text about the Rosetta Stone. Includes a features of a newspaper checklist and a short presentation to help the children identify the features and discuss the text. Good resource to discuss the Rosetta stone and the decoding of hieroglyphics. For use in English or Topic lessons learning about the Ancient Egyptians.
oldham30
A Christmas Carol Quiz

A Christmas Carol Quiz

A PowerPoint presentation with both questions and answers regarding the study of A Christmas Carol. This is relevant for pupils studying English Literature GCSE or can be used as a Christmas time quiz. An answer sheet for pupils to work in teams or individually is also inlcuded (Word doc).
cvine
Comprehension of an Ancient Egyptian Myth of Osiris, Isis and Seth

Comprehension of an Ancient Egyptian Myth of Osiris, Isis and Seth

Super comprehension of an Ancient Egyptian myth. This is the traditional Ancient Egyptian myth of how Seth tricks Osiris and chops his body into fourteen pieces! Isis finds all the pieces and sends him to the underworld where he becomes the ruler. Differentiated questions to suit 3 ability groups. Text sheet and question sheets included. Word and PDF Versions included.
oldham30
KS3, KS4, structure, close reading, "The Damned United", analysis.

KS3, KS4, structure, close reading, "The Damned United", analysis.

I created this for a year nine literacy group as part of a scheme of work to introduce and embed the skills that they will need for AQA GCSE English Language. It focuses on the opening extract of David Peace's "The Damned United" and the main focus for the analysis is on the structural features of repetition and contrast. The lesson concludes with a grid for the pupils to complete - just to help them to structure their answer. This grid won't be necessary for students who have already done some work on structure but it is a useful way in if this is an early lesson on the skill. The ppt is very plan and unadorned so that it will be easy for you to edit and tweak to suit the needs of your own class. The ppt mentions showing the class the opening of the film - the link is not on the ppt but the link to the clip is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeNG-cj52rg (It's a montage of Leeds in their 70's glory days).
knapster
Speech bubbles and Inverted commas Ancient Egypt Theme

Speech bubbles and Inverted commas Ancient Egypt Theme

All activities are themed on Ancient Egypt. Children will convert speech into speech bubbles and then for a second task convert speech bubbles into written speech using inverted commas. Includes differentiated first task and then a second task suitable as an extension. Presentation included. Word and PDF files included.
oldham30
Ancient Egypt Myth Comprehension The Birth of Osiris and Isis

Ancient Egypt Myth Comprehension The Birth of Osiris and Isis

Comprehension task. A creation myth from Ancient Egypt about the creation of the world and the gods Isis and Osiris. Included is the text and differentiated questions for 3 ability groups. Also included is a speaking and listening activity lesson of retelling the myth and ordering illustrations accordingly. Quality resource. This can lead to extended writing with a task of writing a sequel to the myth. Both Word and PDF files are included.
oldham30
Christmas Comprehensions Week of Lessons Pack

Christmas Comprehensions Week of Lessons Pack

A week of reading lessons planned on three famous Christmas songs. Detailed PowerPoint easy to teach from. Detailed lesson plans for the whole week. Learning Objectives: L.O. I know how to explore the meaning of words in context L.O. I know how to summarise the main ideas L.O. I know how to identify themes L.O. I know how to explain the effect of language L.O. I know how to ask questions to improve my understanding Each day the skills are modelled before the children independently complete differentiated activities. Higher level thinking challenges for every lesson. Differentiated for 3 ability groups: LA - Purple group MA - Blue group HA - Green group All reviews welcome.
teachallenjoy
Island Man analysis and comparison with Hurricane hits England

Island Man analysis and comparison with Hurricane hits England

Three worksheets: an exploration into the meaning of Island Man, a highly scaffolded analysis of the poem leading into more independent work and a writing frame for comparing Island Man with Hurricane hits England. An accompanying PowerPoint gives some answers to the analysis of the poem and demonstrates to the pupils how to use the substitution tables. This is suitable for: • The whole class KS3 or KS4 and above • EAL students (early stage, advanced stage) • Individual students who need to catch up
clas3