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KS2, KS3, "Treasure Island", John Masefield Poetry

KS2, KS3, "Treasure Island", John Masefield Poetry

This bundle has lessons drawn from an abridged version of "Treasure Island", taken from the start of the novel. Alongside the lessons on prose fiction are lessons on John Masefield's "Sea Fever" and "The Ballad of John Silver" which are intended to enrich and broaden the study of excerpts from the abridged novel.
knapster
Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the Goat

Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the Goat

A popular Aesop fable that has been effectively differentiated so that the students' will be able to read the story and confidently answer the different type of exercises in this worksheet.
ahamid
Aesop's Fables: The Wind and the Sun

Aesop's Fables: The Wind and the Sun

A popular Aesop fable that has been effectively differentiated so that the students' will be able to read the story and confidently answer the different type of exercises in this worksheet.
ahamid
Aesop's Fables: The Lion and the Mouse

Aesop's Fables: The Lion and the Mouse

A popular Aesop fable that has been effectively differentiated so that the students' will be able to read the story and confidently answer the different type of exercises in this worksheet.
ahamid
Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the Crow

Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the Crow

A popular Aesop fable that has been effectively differentiated so that the students' will be able to read the story and confidently answer the different type of exercises in this worksheet.
ahamid
Figurative language explained for EAL and/or SEN students

Figurative language explained for EAL and/or SEN students

This resource has been used in many classes and has enabled both E.A.L (English an Additional Language) and SEN students understand key features of figurative language. These are so important and are introduced and explained in a clear way. The resource is differentiated so that difficult concepts i.e. metaphors are introduced in a simple way. This resource is very easy to follow and has a useful self evaluation sheet at the end.
ahamid
Columbus' Expedition Activities

Columbus' Expedition Activities

This package includes a Fact Sheet about Columbus, Pictures and Guidelines and Directions to make a book to document Columbus' expedition. Students will practice reading skills to find the info needed for their book and match it with the pictures. They will also practice their writing skills to summarize and rephrase the most important facts of Columbus' expedition. Cutting and pasting pictures will help them stay focused and engaged. This resource is suitable for ESL intermediate students aged 10 -13 and for social studies students in grade 4 to 6.
Littleamerica
Chloe's Story, Michael's Story

Chloe's Story, Michael's Story

Creative writing and PSHE activity. Drawing inspiration from the illustrations of Chloe and Michael, kids write a story in first-person about telling lies. Includes hand-drawn illustrations and six steps to writing a story.
lilybass
Suspenseful Story Writing

Suspenseful Story Writing

This resource is meant to be used in narrative writing. Children are exposed to different short films that build suspense before planning and writing their own suspenseful stories that use dialogue and tension to advance the action. The curriculum objectives are taken from the 2014 National Curriculum of England for Lower and Upper Key Stage 2. Link provided to digital resources to use with Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington
Addie the Alien - Cursive Handwriting - Interactive Ppt and Worksheets

Addie the Alien - Cursive Handwriting - Interactive Ppt and Worksheets

The Addie the Alien is an Accelerated Learning Program that supports children absorb information quicker and retain it for longer. All the techniques have been carefully researched by neuroscientists, educational psychologists and educational experts from around the globe. This is an interactive Ppt that can be used on smart phones, tablets laptops and PCs. The program has been designed so children can get to see how they should write and can trace the outlines given by Addie. Children’s brains are all unique and they absorb information differently. It is important not to just recognise how a child learns and use that technique, but to give the child a variety of methods and allow them to find their own way. This cursive handwriting program has been designed to be used with the video, interactive PowerPoint and the worksheets. Thus using all aspects of the VARK. Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing and the Kinesthesis. The package has been designed to be relatable to the learner. It is a fun and interactive method, in order to maximise the enjoyment of the art of writing.
carlgarner