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English speaking competition - describe a picture, role play, give a speech

English speaking competition - describe a picture, role play, give a speech

A ready to go speaking competition for English language learners. Describe one of ten pictures, take part in a role play and give a short speech. Divided into 3 rounds. In the first round, up to ten competitors will describe a picture. Judges will choose up to eight competitors to continue to round 2. In round two, competitors will participate in a role play with a partner, based on a given scenario. Judges will choose up to 3 competitors for the final round. In the final round, each competitor will give a talk on the chosen topic. Judges will choose a winner. Use this as a whole school competition (10 competitors) or simply as a class activity.
Tigerlearn
Alphabet Letter Mm Phonics Clipart Set

Alphabet Letter Mm Phonics Clipart Set

Alphabet Letter Mm phonics clip art is Perfect for teaching Letter Mm beginning sounds This set includes 42 images 21 color images and 21 black and white images PNG format For Personal and Commercial use This set includes Magnet Map Mask Mat Milk Mirror Monkey Moon Mop Mouse Mug Mushroom
makutono
Pair role plays and speaking topics for ESL EAL EFL English learners for practice or competition

Pair role plays and speaking topics for ESL EAL EFL English learners for practice or competition

PPT containing 4 pair role play scenarios and 3 speaking topics for English learners to build their confidence in speaking in real life scenarios and presenting their ideas. The PPT would work well either in class as activities for speaking practice or as the basis of an English speaking competition. Contains 4 scenarios for two-person role plays and 3 topics for individuals to state their views, along with two selector slides to allow for easy navigation around the PPT.
Tigerlearn
Cognitive Verbs - Bloom's Taxonomy

Cognitive Verbs - Bloom's Taxonomy

I use this resource once I have written up my Learning Intention and Success Criteria. With the students I will identify which skill (cognitive verb) we are using today in the lesson and put up the relevant, laminated card so they understand what I want their outcome to be. There are definitions for the following words: Define Describe Identify List Name Locate Explain Use Research Understand State Classify Demonstrate Construct Analyse Create Evaluate Compare and Contrast Investigate Summarise
tjflynn17
Y5/6 Grammar bundle

Y5/6 Grammar bundle

Display resources for all grammar and punctuation topics, grammar mini tests and grammar quizzing card activities. All are perfect for Y5/6.
Emmaclark2711
Mothers' Day Writing Activities

Mothers' Day Writing Activities

4 creative writing activities, ready to print, with the theme ‘Mothers’ Day’. Whole class, group work or use as part of a learning centre. Children can use Mum or insert a name. The writing about mum and the Acrostic poem could be framed as Mothers’ Day gifts or used as part of a card. Originally created for High School children with special needs but highly suitable for other year levels. Contents: • Mothers’ Day Writing Activity – using Sentence Starters (Mum or insert Name) • Create an Acrostic Poem – template including list of Adjectives (insert name) • Poetry – interpreting a poem – multiple choice Naplan style questions • Writing Rhyming Couplets Offered in both Word for ease of editing and PDF for ease of previewing
KnowntoWork
2 Spider Picture-Poem Frames + Guide

2 Spider Picture-Poem Frames + Guide

These larger-than-life spider pictures are fun to write on, and the Guide offers word prompt ideas for each section. Both writing sheets invite describing words and action words for spiders, though the pictures are different. On the ‘Spider’ sheet, words can be written on the eight legs; on the ‘Speeding Spider’ sheet, they can be written along the zigzag line of its route over the… floor/grass/path/step? That’s for the child to decide. The first offers colouring opportunities; the second, space for imaginative drawing or shading. Both sheets are hand-drawn and home-produced, and have been successfully tried out in my workshops.
katewilliams_poetry
Literacy : Awesome Adjectives (Display)

Literacy : Awesome Adjectives (Display)

**Literacy is a key ingredient to teaching that you expect to find in any classroom. The ‘Awesome Adjectives’ display is a bright and colourful resource that can be used in any subject area to support students with high level pieces of writing. ** This giant ‘describing words’ wall is great for students to refer to whenever they have to complete written analysis tasks. After a class discussion about the meanings of some of the describing words, students can start using them regularly in their writing - leading to the use of high level vocabulary. Print each page on A3 paper to create your display!
ShaniceWelsh
Weekly handwriting

Weekly handwriting

Running through the alphabet to revise handwriting. Children can copy into their books from the board or print out and they can copy onto the page. Good for morning work, extra home learning or as practise of key letters.
Pencilplayground