Compare Stories in Different Formats - Playlist and Teaching NotesQuick View
WisewireWisewire

Compare Stories in Different Formats - Playlist and Teaching Notes

(0)
Students explore standard RL.7.7 with this playlist. They will explain how adaptations add to or change the original story. Students will identify special techniques used in different versions of a story. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activities. This product includes: • 5 links to instructional videos or texts • 1 assessment that includes three multiple choice questions and one matching question • Definitions of key terms, such as medium and adaptations • Examples of how to compare and contrast the written version of Pygmalion to a film and dramatic reading version • An accompanying Teaching Notes file The Teaching Notes file includes: • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
KS3 Complete scheme of work for Dracula (The Play by David Calcutt)Quick View
kidslickkidslick

KS3 Complete scheme of work for Dracula (The Play by David Calcutt)

(0)
This is entire scheme of work with 14 fully resourced hour lessons, 5 half hour lessons, which include dedicated improvement time, an assessment as well as homework to set weekly. There is also an overview of the scheme with specified tasks to mark, as well as peer assess and self assess. Each lesson includes self starters, a main task or three and a plenary. SMSC is also referred to. This is pretty much a download and deliver scheme. It was written for a high ability year 7 but could easily be used for year 8 too. I have included a brief overview on the first 6 lessons below. 1 - To understand the unit of work and the context. Students will create targets for the next scheme of work based on AO2 and AO4 of the GCSE language assessment objectives. They will also work in groups to answer questions about the context of the play. Resources - PowerPoint. Target sheets. Research pack. 2 - To analyse language. Students will examine an extract from the original Dracula text and write a PEEE paragraph about the way that Stoker has presented the character. PEEE paragraph to be marked. Resources - PowerPoint. Dracula extract. 3 - To analyse language and make predictions based on the text. Students will examine the prologue of the text and draw conclusions about Dracula. There is also a discussion about the importance of perspectives as they will compare this presentation of Dracula to that of Stoker. Resources - PowerPoint. Dracula texts. 4 - To understand and analyse Scene 1. Students will read the first scene of the play as a group. There is quite a lot of discussion in this lesson about drawing conclusions from the text. Resources - PowerPoint. 5 - To understand the scene and the feelings of the characters Students will read the second scene in the play. They will then need to write a letter from Mina to Jonathon for which there is a success criteria. Letter to be marked. Resources - PowerPoint. 6 - To understand and summarise Act 1. Students will read scenes 3 and 4 of Act 1. They will be introduced to foreshadowing. They will summarise the act and discuss the effect of having two stories running parallel. Resources - PowerPoint.
Comparing numbers with Christopher the Crocodile.Quick View
sian.m.turnersian.m.turner

Comparing numbers with Christopher the Crocodile.

(0)
Objective: Compare and order 3-digit numbers (Year 3) This presentation combines a story, interactive game, worksheet and lesson plan for teaching about comparing numbers using < and > symbols. Use the story to introduce or revisit the concept with the class or group, then allow children to play the game in groups, individuals or pairs as other children complete the worksheet.
Traditional and alternative stories - 2 Week Unit - Cinderella & Prince CindersQuick View
The_Teaching_CoupleThe_Teaching_Couple

Traditional and alternative stories - 2 Week Unit - Cinderella & Prince Cinders

(0)
Key Details: 2 Week Writing Unit Focused on Traditional and alternative stories Prince Cinders & Cinderella Includes: Powerpoints/Resources/Plans /Models **Main Learning Outcomes: **(This should be progressive but each stage can be revisited in the teaching cycle.) Familiarisation with text: I am learning to read and compare alternative versions of traditional stories. Discuss opposing characters from the narrative. Capturing ideas: I am learning to discuss how characters behave if their roles in a narrative are exchanged. Analysing Text, language features and organisation: I am learning to discuss how words, sounds and images can convey different information to a reader. Demonstration/Shared/Supported/Joint Construction Writing: End of topic (Big Writing) I am learning to/ I can: Write an alternative version of a traditional story. Learning Objectives: SPOKEN WORD I am learning to Participate in discussions, presentations, performances, role play, improvisations and debates. Composition I am learning to Plan and discuss what to write about, e.g. story mapping, collecting new vocabulary, key words and ideas. I am learning to Use specific text type features to write for a range of audiences and purposes, e.g. to instruct, inform, entertain, explain, discuss, persuade. Edit and improve their own writing in relation to audience and purpose. Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Use simple and compound sentences. Use subordination for time e.g. When we had finished our writing, we went out to play. We went out to play when we had finished our writing. Other time connectives: then, next, after, first, finally
Year 3/4 Fables (and Play Scripts) Planning and ResourcesQuick View
SaveTeachersSundaysSaveTeachersSundays

Year 3/4 Fables (and Play Scripts) Planning and Resources

(0)
Year 3/4 Fables (and Play Scripts) planning and resources. The unit is aimed at Year 3/4, but is set at a challenging level, so it may be suitable for older children too. Each lesson plan has every resource needed to teach it: Lesson 1) Summarise a fable. Lesson 2) Comprehension (4 levels of difficulty) Lesson 3) Identifying and using pronouns. Lesson 4) Comprehension (4 levels of difficulty) Lesson 5) Writing a fable. Lesson 6) Identifying morals in fables. Lesson 7) Using a dictionary Lesson 8) Trip to a theatre. Lesson 9) Performing play scripts. Lesson 10) Comprehension (4 levels of difficulty) Lesson 11) Writing a review. Lesson 12) Comparing stories and play scripts. Lesson 13) Using conjunctions. Lesson 14) Comprehension (4 levels of difficulty) Lesson 15) Re-writing narrative as play script. Lesson 16) Writing a fable as a play script. Lesson 17) Understanding compound words. Lesson 18) Comprehension (4 levels of difficulty) - 4 weeks of plans and resources. There is a PDF of all of the files and an editable version of each file. You can find more KS2 English lesson plans, worksheets and teaching resources on the Save Teachers’ Sundays website. Please note: This unit was updated on 3rd September 2022. If you bought it before this date, please download and use the updated files.
Play scriptsQuick View
lal679lal679

Play scripts

(0)
A unit on playscripts, based on the year 4 curriculum, consisting of 11 lessons. The pack includes 11 lessons which are fully resourced with differenitated tasks, accompanying resources and plays to evaluate, improve and perform. The unit focuses on looking at the different aspects of playscripts, with the children producing their own playscript in Lesson 11. The unit can be used with any text. Lesson 1 - Perform a playscript Lesson 2 - Compare a play script and a story Lesson 3 - Create a range of synonyms to describe characters within a play Lesson 4 - Create a character description which can be used in a play Lesson 5 - Identify / use adverbs within a play script  Lesson 6 - Identify features within a play script Lesson 7 - Turn dialogue into a play script Lesson 8 - Evaluate a play script   Lesson 9 -  Improve a play script  Lesson 10 - Plan a playscript  Lesson 11 - Write a play script Curriculum aims listening to and discussing a wide range of fiction, poetry, plays, non-fiction and reference books or textbooks checking that the text makes sense to them, discussing their understanding, and explaining the meaning of words in context preparing poems and play scripts to read aloud and to perform, showing understanding through intonation, tone, volume and action Reading, re-reading, and rehearsing poems and plays for presentation and performance give pupils opportunities to discuss language, including vocabulary, extending their interest in the meaning and origin of words. Pupils should be encouraged to use drama approaches to understand how to perform plays and poems to support their understanding of the meaning. These activities also provide them with an incentive to find out what expression is required, so feeding into comprehension. write from memory simple sentences, dictated by the teacher, that include words and punctuation taught so far plan their writing by:discussing writing similar to that which they are planning to write in order to understand and learn from its structure, vocabulary and grammar discussing and recording ideas in narratives, creating settings, characters and plot read their own writing aloud to a group or the whole class, using appropriate intonation and controlling the tone and volume so that the meaning is clear
Compare and Contrast Cootie CatchersQuick View
ScienceSpotScienceSpot

Compare and Contrast Cootie Catchers

(0)
Compare and Contrast: These compare and contrast cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their comparing and contrasting skills. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This activity has students reading 8 text passages (some are informational passages) to each other and then asked to compare and contrast the information within the passage. Students may record their answers on the provided answer sheet. An answer key is also included. ***** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***** ♦ Reading Strategies: Authors Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits Compare and Contrast with Pictures Compare and Contrast Creative and Critical Thinking Drawing Conclusions Fact or Opinion Figurative Language Fluency Generalizations Genre Identification Genre Types Idioms Inference Literary Devices Main Idea Metaphors Nonfiction Text Features Paraphrasing Parts of a Book Personification Point of View Predictions Reading Comprehension Reading Response Questions Restating the Question Sequencing Setting Similes Story Elements Summarizing Text Structures Text Structures: Informational Text Structures Theme Writing Prompts ♦ Vocabulary: Analogies (Grades 3-5) Analogies (Grades 6-8) Analogies (Grade 9) Antonyms Compound Words Context Clues Greek and Latin Roots Homophones Homonyms Multiple Meaning Words Prefixes Root Words Shades of Meaning Spelling Suffixes Synonyms Tone and Mood Transition Words ♦ Grammar: Adjective Identification Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Appositives Apostrophes Capitalization Clauses Commas Conjunctions Contractions Mentor Sentences Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural Nouns: Collective Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Irregular Plural Nouns: Plural Nouns Nouns: Possessive Nouns Parts of Speech Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Pronouns: Identification Pronouns: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Quotation Marks Sentence Types Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound Verb Identification Verb Tenses Verbs: Helping Verbs: Irregular Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement
Stories of Creatures That Inspired 'Frankenstein'Quick View
NationalTheatreNationalTheatre

Stories of Creatures That Inspired 'Frankenstein'

(0)
Stories of man-made creatures have permeated the history of mankind. This film compares Mary Shelley's creature with other influential monster myths and explains how these tales have developed over time. This film was created to support the 2011 production of &'Frankenstein&'; at the National Theatre, directed by Danny Boyle and featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Lee Miller.
Year 3 Dialogue and Playscripts - The Twits 15 Lesson MEGA PACK!Quick View
worksmarterworksmarter

Year 3 Dialogue and Playscripts - The Twits 15 Lesson MEGA PACK!

(0)
A fully resourced Literacy Unit (15 lessons) with detailed plan, daily Promethean (ActivInspire) flip charts and resources. GRAMMAR starters are also included. This unit teaches a host of Year 3 Reading and Writing objectives. Children are to read and discuss stories, identifying the different characters and voices by using dramatised reading and puppets. Identify the features and conventions of written dialogue, demonstrate and then write dialogue. Compare this with a play based on the same story. Write and perform play scripts based on familiar stories. Please leave a review!
Stop the Bus Story Elements GameQuick View
BelieveinLearningBelieveinLearning

Stop the Bus Story Elements Game

(0)
A colourful, template of the fun classroom game Stop the Bus - blank and printable. Categories include topics for creative writing, such as setting and character’s appearance. Perfect to encourage your KS1-2 students to widen their descriptive vocabulary through gameplay. Students will naturally learn new words as they compare their answers at the end of each round. Play as a whole class or split into smaller groups. After 10 rounds a collection of the best and most original answers can be recorded on the whiteboard and the class can discuss what would make them good words to use in a story and vote for their favourites. This resource includes simple instructions for how to play.
Number Stories to 5 EYFSQuick View
lbrownelbrowne

Number Stories to 5 EYFS

(0)
3 sets of number story cards for EYFS children learning to count from 1 to 5. Ducks Farm animals Monkeys On each sheet there are 3 sets of cards Colour picture cards Number cards Blank cards for children to write or draw in Cut out all the cards and children can play sorting, ordering, matching and counting cards. Links to Speaking and Listening - children can tell the stories.
Florence Nightingale Assembly or Class PlayQuick View
suesplayssuesplays

Florence Nightingale Assembly or Class Play

(0)
Florence Nightingale Assembly or Class Play Cast Size: 30 (easily adjustable up or down) Duration: Around 10 minutes reading time - around 15 with music suggestions included. This Key Stage I assembly tells the story of a remarkable woman - whose work laid the foundations for our wonderful nursing profession - whilst taking an unashamed 'snipe' at today's so-called 'famous' - the celebs! Based on Key Stage One, Unit Four: Why do we remember Florence Nightingale? It provides a complete coverage of this unit's teaching content. Whilst focusing on the history unit, there are many PSHE references, the last section focusing on how children themselves can 'make a difference', closing with that beautiful song by Michael Jackson, Heal the World. Also available off www.plays-r-ussell.com: Assembly on Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell Assembly on Florence Nightingale & Edith Cavell Assembly on Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell This script is one of the Famous People Series based on the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements, comparing aspects of life in different periods. This list of ‘greats’ includes: · Queens - Elizabeth I and Victoria (now available) · Explorers - Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong · Inventors - William Caxton and Tim Berners-Lee · Painters - Pieter Bruegel the Elder and LS Lowry · Women In Civil Rights - Rosa Parks and Emily Davison plus Set of guided reading scripts on Amazing Women (KS II) Sample Text Music 1 – What have you done today to make you feel proud? – Heather Small (Children file in, with Music 1 in the background) Narrator: Good morning and welcome to our assembly on Child 1: A truly amazing woman! Child 2: Kind Child 3: With a heart of gold! Child 4: Brave Child 5: With the heart of a lion! Child 6: Prepared to do anything for others Child 7: Who got things done and changed the lives of millions Child 8: Never afraid to speak her mind if it meant others would benefit Child 9: Someone who put others before herself Child 10: The perfect role model for us today! Narrator: Whooah! Hold on! Who is this person? Child 11: (Incredulously) Who is this person? Child 12: Only the founder of modern nursing! Child 13: The ‘lady with the lamp’! Narrator: Ah! It’s got to be Whole cast: (Together) Florence Nightingale!
Compare Characters, Settings, & Events – Playlist and Teaching NotesQuick View
WisewireWisewire

Compare Characters, Settings, & Events – Playlist and Teaching Notes

(0)
In this playlist, students explore standard RL.5.3. They will compare and contrast two or more characters and settings in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text. Students look at the ways the characters in a story are similar or different can give a reader a better understanding of the story. Students also have the option to listen to instructional audio and complete practice quizzes or activities. The playlist includes: • 4 links to instructional videos, audio, or texts • 2 links to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes four multiple choice questions • Definitions of key terms, such as contrast and event • Examples of how to draw on key details to compare and contrast characters and settings Accompanying Teaching Notes include: • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK levels For more teaching and learning resources on standard RL.5.3, visit
Story Elements Cootie CatchersQuick View
ScienceSpotScienceSpot

Story Elements Cootie Catchers

(0)
Story Elements: This story elements cootie catcher is a great way for students to have fun while understanding the different types of story elements. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This activity has students reading 8 short passages to each other and then asked to identify the story element that best fits the passage. ***** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***** ♦ Reading Strategies: Authors Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits Compare and Contrast with Pictures Compare and Contrast Creative and Critical Thinking Drawing Conclusions Fact or Opinion Figurative Language Fluency Generalizations Genre Identification Genre Types Idioms Inference Literary Devices Main Idea Metaphors Nonfiction Text Features Paraphrasing Parts of a Book Personification Point of View Predictions Reading Comprehension Reading Response Questions Restating the Question Sequencing Setting Similes Story Elements Summarizing Text Structures Text Structures: Informational Text Structures Theme Writing Prompts ♦ Vocabulary: Analogies (Grades 3-5) Analogies (Grades 6-8) Analogies (Grade 9) Antonyms Compound Words Context Clues Greek and Latin Roots Homophones Homonyms Multiple Meaning Words Prefixes Root Words Shades of Meaning Spelling Suffixes Synonyms Tone and Mood Transition Words ♦ Grammar: Adjective Identification Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Appositives Apostrophes Capitalization Clauses Commas Conjunctions Contractions Mentor Sentences Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural Nouns: Collective Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Irregular Plural Nouns: Plural Nouns Nouns: Possessive Nouns Parts of Speech Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Pronouns: Identification Pronouns: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Quotation Marks Sentence Types Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound Verb Identification Verb Tenses Verbs: Helping Verbs: Irregular Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement
How did the fire spread so quickly? Role-playQuick View
HilaryPegumHilaryPegum

How did the fire spread so quickly? Role-play

(10)
This whole-class activity simulates the spread of the fire from Pudding Lane across sections of London. It helps children understand the parts the wind and street layout played in spreading the fire. Children are expected to predict likely outcomes and then compare their ideas with the real story.
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Cootie CatchersQuick View
ScienceSpotScienceSpot

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Cootie Catchers

(0)
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives: These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while identifying comparative and superlative adjectives. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This activity has students reading various sentences (over 2 cootie catchers) to each other and then asked to identify the correct adjective in its comparative or superlative form through the use of multiple choice answers. There are also some questions which require students to identify the comparative and superlative from memory. ***** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***** ♦ Reading Strategies: Authors Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits Compare and Contrast with Pictures Compare and Contrast Creative and Critical Thinking Drawing Conclusions Fact or Opinion Figurative Language Fluency Generalizations Genre Identification Genre Types Idioms Inference Literary Devices Main Idea Metaphors Nonfiction Text Features Paraphrasing Parts of a Book Personification Point of View Predictions Reading Comprehension Reading Response Questions Restating the Question Sequencing Setting Similes Story Elements Summarizing Text Structures Text Structures: Informational Text Structures Theme Writing Prompts ♦ Vocabulary: Analogies (Grades 3-5) Analogies (Grades 6-8) Analogies (Grade 9) Antonyms Compound Words Context Clues Greek and Latin Roots Homophones Homonyms Multiple Meaning Words Prefixes Root Words Shades of Meaning Spelling Suffixes Synonyms Tone and Mood Transition Words ♦ Grammar: Adjective Identification Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Appositives Apostrophes Capitalization Clauses Commas Conjunctions Contractions Mentor Sentences Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural Nouns: Collective Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Irregular Plural Nouns: Plural Nouns Nouns: Possessive Nouns Parts of Speech Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Pronouns: Identification Pronouns: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Quotation Marks Sentence Types Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound Verb Identification Verb Tenses Verbs: Helping Verbs: Irregular Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement
Compare and Contrast with Pictures Cootie CatchersQuick View
ScienceSpotScienceSpot

Compare and Contrast with Pictures Cootie Catchers

(0)
Compare and Contrast: These compare and contrast cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their comparing and contrasting skills. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This activity has students reading a descriptive sentence referring to either one object or both and then determining if it is a comparison statement or a contrast statement. Answers are provided within the product. ***** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***** ♦ Reading Strategies: Authors Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits Compare and Contrast with Pictures Compare and Contrast Creative and Critical Thinking Drawing Conclusions Fact or Opinion Figurative Language Fluency Generalizations Genre Identification Genre Types Idioms Inference Literary Devices Main Idea Metaphors Nonfiction Text Features Paraphrasing Parts of a Book Personification Point of View Predictions Reading Comprehension Reading Response Questions Restating the Question Sequencing Setting Similes Story Elements Summarizing Text Structures Text Structures: Informational Text Structures Theme Writing Prompts ♦ Vocabulary: Analogies (Grades 3-5) Analogies (Grades 6-8) Analogies (Grade 9) Antonyms Compound Words Context Clues Greek and Latin Roots Homophones Homonyms Multiple Meaning Words Prefixes Root Words Shades of Meaning Spelling Suffixes Synonyms Tone and Mood Transition Words ♦ Grammar: Adjective Identification Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Appositives Apostrophes Capitalization Clauses Commas Conjunctions Contractions Mentor Sentences Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural Nouns: Collective Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Irregular Plural Nouns: Plural Nouns Nouns: Possessive Nouns Parts of Speech Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Pronouns: Identification Pronouns: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Quotation Marks Sentence Types Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound Verb Identification Verb Tenses Verbs: Helping Verbs: Irregular Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement
Toys/ Toy Shop: Planning, Role Play and Resources. Activities for EYFS and Reception.Quick View
anncarcatanncarcat

Toys/ Toy Shop: Planning, Role Play and Resources. Activities for EYFS and Reception.

(3)
This is a massive resource designed to support an EYFS topic on toys and toy shops. It is ideal for role play before and after Christmas.Please note I collate my resources so you can only see the first page of each individual resource. This resource is 195mb. It is ideal for supporting children’s interests and guaranteed to save hours of preparation. Included in the pack is detailed planning for over 50 activities in Word so that you can cut and paste it into your school’s planning format. Resources include; Teddy Bear Bingo Design a Toy Robot Design a Doll’s House Handwriting Sheets High Frequency Words on Toy Rockets Party Invitation Design a Lego Model Letters and Sounds Jigsaws Lost Toy Writing Frame Old and New Toy Sorting Cards Order to 10 Toy Strips Playdough Mats Robot Number Line 1-30 Robot Number Line 1-100 Sepia Pictures of Toys Toy Sewing Cards Toy Shape Lotto Teddy Bear Number Line Teddy Bear Picnic Writing Frame Toy Shop Bunting Toy Cards for Snap etc. Toy Shop List Toy shop Order Form Toy Shop Signs Toy Counting Cards Toy Tea Party Writing Frame I collate my resources so in many cases you are only seeing the top page eg there are 27 pages of planning