035 - Enable students to discover joy of readingQuick View
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035 - Enable students to discover joy of reading

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ukedchat summary and archive from Thursday 3rd March 2011 'How can / do we enable students to discover the joy of reading? Tips for success?'. Join ukedchat each Thursday evening between 8-9pm via twitter using the #ukedchat hashtag. Information at ukedchat.com
Yr 4 Narrative Unit 2B Imaginary worldsQuick View
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Yr 4 Narrative Unit 2B Imaginary worlds

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Using The Whales’ Song and The Flying Blanket, children learn to distinguish between real and imaginary settings. Using first images, then descriptive language, they create their own fantasy world and write about their journey and the adventures they have there. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
Entry Level English Starter PackQuick View
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Entry Level English Starter Pack

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Mainly focused around creative writing but with a wide variety of topics and activities, this should perfect to get you going with teaching Entry Level English. I have been teaching Entry Level English, Maths and Science for five years now at a mainstream KS4 setting in North-West Leicestershire. This pack contains: CREATE Skills (Reading/Writing/S&L) Science Fiction (Writing) Cyberpunk (Reading) Fantasy Roleplaying (S&L) 2nd Edition of "Fantasy Tabletop Roleplaying for Education EDEXCEL Entry Level English Writing Mark Sheet Please note that this was designed from the EDEXCEL Entry Level English specification, but I’m sure this would work okay with also the AQA or Functional Skills specifications. The marking sheet is adapted from the EDEXCEL specification and covers all 3 of the levels as one. Please only use this for practise assessments, and refer back to the specification when marking their final formal assessments. Only tick one box per focus, the number of marks for that column is in brackets.
Yr 4 Narrative Unit 2A : Imaginary worldsQuick View
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Yr 4 Narrative Unit 2A : Imaginary worlds

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Children identify features of fantasy settings from a variety of books. Children create digital images of settings in imaginary worlds which they then use as a stimulus for their own writing. Word work on adjectives and adverbs supports their descriptive writing. Hamilton’s English planning covers all aspects of English, including SPAG, within the context of a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry genres, such as traditional tales, recounts and performance poems.
Yr 3/4 Narrative Unit 3 Adventure/MysteryQuick View
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Yr 3/4 Narrative Unit 3 Adventure/Mystery

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Children write a chapter book starring aliens, space-time travellers and Doctor Who! They use drama to question space monsters. They act out dilemmas. They look at language that creates spine chilling effects and read their book to someone else. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
Yr 5/6 NF Revision Unit 2 : Modern musicQuick View
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Yr 5/6 NF Revision Unit 2 : Modern music

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This revision block focuses on a wide range of non-fiction texts surrounding modern music. The identification of key features within each text is a key part, combined with writing development, role-play and reading comprehension. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
Year 1 Sample of PlanningQuick View
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Year 1 Sample of Planning

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Year 1 Sample of Planning following discussions on TES Forum : http://community.tes.co.uk/forums/t/337428.aspx On topic plan the objectives for each area of provision is added on the cover sheet.
Planning for Where The Wild Things AreQuick View
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Planning for Where The Wild Things Are

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Weeks 1, 2, 3 and 4 for New Framework planning of the above text. May help somebody! First two weeks are on the first file, second two weeks on the 2nd file. Other topics covered: Paperwork; planning
Year 2 Fiction 1: Stories in familiar settingsQuick View
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Year 2 Fiction 1: Stories in familiar settings

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Explore familiar settings through Margaret Mahy's story A Lion in the Meadow, You Choose by Nick Sharratt and There’s No Such Thing as a Dragon by Jack Kent. Children generate ideas and plan a story about an animal that lives in their house under the stairs. There is a focus on using simple punctuation and story problems and solutions.
Descriptive Writing - 'London Calling' - Part 1Quick View
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Descriptive Writing - 'London Calling' - Part 1

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Used for Year 7 classes, these lessons focus on different parts of speech (verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions) and aim to have students paying closer attention to word choices when writing creatively and descriptively. Ideal for London teachers, but could be used or adapted by any. A homework booklet is included. See Part 2 of this unit also... http://goo.gl/2oFOz
Teachers TV: Media Literacy - The TeenagersQuick View
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Teachers TV: Media Literacy - The Teenagers

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KS4 students discuss their experience of digital technology. KS4 students from Parkside Community College in Cambridge share their interests and experience of the internet, social networking, gaming, music, films, TV and culture. Parkside has been a media specialist college for the last 15 years. The school’s students share their cultural understanding, creative progression and critical understanding, explaining how they use digital technology both at home and in school. How does media literacy fit in to a society that is increasingly dependent on technology and the internet? What are the benefits, opportunities and pitfalls of these technologies for education?
Mainstream Support PackQuick View
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Mainstream Support Pack

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A comprehensive range of practical advice, information and materials for any front line education professional who is including, or planning to include a pupil with Down's syndrome in mainstream school. WINNER OF NASEN/TES BOOK AWARD 2003.
PIVAT Pupil Tracking SpreadsheetQuick View
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PIVAT Pupil Tracking Spreadsheet

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This spreadsheet contains all the comments/ criteria used to track pupils on the PIVATS system. The spreadsheet replaces the need for lots of printed paper and it's easy to see at a glance where each pupil is at. Can easily be adapted. Attached word document explains how to use the spreadsheet.
Levelled Report Writing Statement BankQuick View
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Levelled Report Writing Statement Bank

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Word document of report writing statements for Early Years linked to FSP, English, Maths, ICT, Science, History, RE, Geography, Art, Music, PE, DT and PSHCE linked with SEAL.
071 - Online Tools UsedQuick View
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071 - Online Tools Used

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#ukedchat summary & archive 'Online tools used' from Thursday 10th November 2011. Join #ukedchat each Thursday evening between 8-9pm to discuss the latest educational issues via twitter. See live at http://tweetchat.com/room/ukedchat Information and details at www.ukedchat.com