12 worksheets in Word for SEN pupils covering whole of Macbeth at KS3 and KS4. Sheets include key word/theme analysis and cloze sentence exercises. 9 worksheets cover themes and key words in Macbeth including: Ambition Dagger Femininity Fiend Foul Masculinity Regicide Serpent Spirits 2 Cloze sentence worksheets answer the questions: “How is Lady Macbeth portrayed throughout the play?” and; “Macbeth became an evil king because of Lady Macbeth: How far do you agree with this statement?” 1 Dual coding worksheet which can be leveled up or down by teacher or Learning Support Assistant depending on ability of pupil. These resources have been designed for KS3 SEN pupils but would work as learning aids for KS4 students who struggle either with information processing or English language. Documents are fully adaptable if you wish to add, remove or edit to suit your student.
SPAG PDF booklet of KS2/KS3 basics aimed at transitioning to secondary teaching and can act as a Knowledge Organiser for year 7s. Contents include: Spelling: - i before e except after c - changing y to ies - adding es to words ending in s, ss, z, ch, sh & x - doubling up rule - drop the e rule - changing the y to i when adding suffix endings - changing f to ves - words ending in ful - adding ly to the end of a word - adding the prefix all - their vs there Sentence types: - imperative - declarative - exclamatory Punctuation: - capital letters - apostrophes - question marks - it’s vs its Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbs This resource works well as an independent reference guide for students both in school and with home learning. This is also particularly helpful for inclusion work and as a learning and support aide for SEN teaching. The booklet is in PDF and is formatted so that when it is printed on landscape A4, it can be stapled in the middle and made into a booklet. Totals 20 sides of A5. When printing from PDF, be sure to select paper size as A4 and print 2 pages per sheet. Always print a practice booklet first!
PDF activities worksheets for dyslexic students needing extra support with phonics and spelling; designed to be used in inclusion or one-on-one environments. Based on the principles of John Bald’s Slimmed Down Spelling, these phonics exercises have been designed to help higher-ability dyslexic students with their writing and spelling particularly at the start of KS3. The worksheet provides a step-by-step guide for the teacher, parent or learning support assistant to work through 6 spelling and writing activities to help practise word and letter patterns. The activities can be used in isolation from eachother in short bursts of around 15 minutes each or in 2 sessions of approximately 50 minutes each.