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Narrative Poetry - Year 3/4 This lower KS2 teaching resource introduces narrative poetry in a fun and engaging way. It begins with an example and explains how to identify a narrative poem before providing scaffolding to help children construct one as a class. The second half of the lesson helps children write an individual narrative poem. Learners are given a supported approach through the differentiated ‘Gold’, ‘Silver’ and ‘Bronze’ worksheets. To preview Narrative Poetry - Year 3/ Year 4 in detail (view all slides) visit - https://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/narrative-poems-year-3-and-4-teaching-resources-2495.html
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KS2 Maya Teaching Resource

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Curricula I helped create on the Contemporary Maya. Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, New Orleans. I also hold teacher workshops at the moment on the Maya in London and elsewhere. https://sites.google.com/site/drdianeedavies/Home
KS2 English - Talking PoetryQuick View
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KS2 English - Talking Poetry

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In this BBC Teach series, listen to six leading children’s poets - John Agard, Mandy Coe, Jackie Kay, Roger McGough, Grace Nichols and Michael Rosen - discussing and reading a selection of their best-known work. There are also two collections of classic poems for Key Stage 2, read by Maxine Peake and Julian Rhind-Tutt. The teacher notes that accompany the audio are full of suggestions for follow-up activities. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: a) there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; b) there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and c) you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
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SEAL new beginnings coverage in KS2

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I have created this Word document to define all the outcomes within the SEAL curriculum for year 3, 4, 5, 6. I have also attached the SEAL booklets my document refers to.
KS2 English - Viking SagasQuick View
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KS2 English - Viking Sagas

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Video animations from BBC Teach of some of the best-known Viking Sagas, told in a light-hearted but faithful style. Download the Teachers Notes, then go to the BBC Teach website for the animations, the first of which is available here. The collection begins with the Viking account of how Odin creates the Viking world, before relating tales involving gods and goddesses such Thor, Loki, Freya and Iduna - as well as plenty of goblins and giants! Each video has a transcript of the text making it an ideal resource to extend the study of myths and legends into drama and the dramatisation of narrative text. The purpose of BBC’s content is to inform, educate and entertain. As such, students, teachers, schools, and other established educational bodies may utilise such content for educational purposes via an ERA Licence. Without an ERA Licence, reasonable use of the content (for the purposes set out above) may still be possible, however; any such use must be in line with the BBC’s Terms of Use. Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, when using and or sharing BBC Education content, you must comply with the BBC’s Terms of Use and where relevant, YouTube’s terms and conditions, ensuring that: there aren’t any advertisements on or around the BBC content; there aren’t any charges for access and or charges associated with the content (clearly stating that the content is free to access); and you do not state or imply (in any way) that there is a relationship and or any endorsement from the BBC to you. We ask that you read the said terms before using any of BBC’s services. When you use BBC’s services and content, you’re agreeing to the BBC’s terms of use.
Teachers TV: Lesson Starters: KS2 FireQuick View
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Teachers TV: Lesson Starters: KS2 Fire

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Suitable across Years 1-6, the clips have a single theme - Fire. Glass blower Steven Newell demonstrates the art of blowing glass to produce a beautiful dinner plate. He uses basic technical language to describe the tools of his trade and the process of making a glass object. Two Italian brothers make and bake simple but delicious pizzas in their traditional wood fired pizza oven in a south London Pizzeria. Fire poi is a form of juggling where fiery balls are swung around the body in a series of choreographed moves. Secondary science teacher Allom Shaha demonstrates the amazing feat of walking on fire with his insights into just how it is possible. Six different types of fireworks provide an excellent starting point for mind-mapping ideas which can then be grouped into categories. ‘Fire out of control’ features a factory fire, volcanoes and bush fires to stimulate a variety of writing tasks - journalistic and report writing, descriptive and letter writing.
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Teachers TV: Lesson Starters: KS2 Fire

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Suitable across Years 1-6, the clips have a single theme - Fire. Glass blower Steven Newell demonstrates the art of blowing glass to produce a beautiful dinner plate. He uses basic technical language to describe the tools of his trade and the process of making a glass object. Two Italian brothers make and bake simple but delicious pizzas in their traditional wood fired pizza oven in a south London Pizzeria. Fire poi is a form of juggling where fiery balls are swung around the body in a series of choreographed moves. Secondary science teacher Allom Shaha demonstrates the amazing feat of walking on fire with his insights into just how it is possible. Six different types of fireworks provide an excellent starting point for mind-mapping ideas which can then be grouped into categories. ‘Fire out of control’ features a factory fire, volcanoes and bush fires to stimulate a variety of writing tasks - journalistic and report writing, descriptive and letter writing.
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KS2 Guided Reading Worksheets For Any Reading Scheme.

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KS2 Guided Reading Worksheets For Any Reading Scheme. These worksheets are designed to be used time and again with different books. These are designed to be used in guided reading sessions. Many of the worksheets are designed in such a way that a student can complete them independently. However, to get the maximum out of this book, I would highly recommend these worksheets are used to consolidate the learning taking place in the classroom. Another use of this set of worksheets is additional homework sheets. I have used these sheets very effectively as a way of checking to see if students have read their book and do fully understand what they have read. I hope you enjoy this book and that your students are inspired to take a more active, more motivated role in their own learning.
British Poetry KS3 Unit (19 Lessons) - SOW, PPT, Homework, Resources, Exam!Quick View
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British Poetry KS3 Unit (19 Lessons) - SOW, PPT, Homework, Resources, Exam!

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A fun, diverse and detailed unit focused upon British Poetry! This unit has been created specifically to intigrate KS4 skills into the KS3 curriculum to prepare students for the rigors of the new 100% exam GCSE specification. The unit focuses upon exploration and analysis of the poems 'Jabberwocky' and 'Timothy Winters', and works best as a Year 7 scheme as its end-of-unit exam is tailored as a hybrid of KS2 SATs and GCSE. However, it could also be used with lower ability Year 8 or 9. This detailed and high quality unit includes: * 19 lesson plans (with 13 differentiation strategies) * 96 slide PowerPoint presentation (divided into lessons) * All resources and worksheets (17 sheets) * Homework project (6 tasks) that includes both reading and writing skills * End-of-unit reading/writing exam * End-of-unit exam mark scheme (suitable for KS3 Levels 3-6, with GCSE 1-9 conversion) Unit's lessons include: * Exploring 'personal identity' * Mapping and exploration of British culture * Writing poems about British culture * Poetic terms 'speed dating' to introduce key vocabulary * Analysing and storyboarding 'Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll * Developing vocabulary through the use of nonsense poems * Poetry SLAM competition - performing Lewis Carroll poems * Close reading and analysis of 'Timothy Winters' by Charles Causley * Activities focused upon improving sentence structures * Spelling tests on key vocabulary (differentiated by writing level) * SPaG starter activities * Crosswords * Quizzes * End-of-unit reading exam (KS2 SAT/GCSE hybrid) * End-of-unit writing exam (GCSE style) * Teacher/peer/self assessment opportunities
Year 5 planning - Mustafa Kemal AtaturkQuick View
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Year 5 planning - Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

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Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was a Turkish army officer, revolutionary, and the first President of Turkey. His surname, Atatürk, meaning "Father of the Turks", was granted to him and forbidden to any other person. This unit focuses on Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and his significance in the founding of the Republic of Turkey. It can fit with a significant person unit. Key Questions for Key Concepts: Similarity and Difference: Why is Gallipoli/Çanakkale being remembered this year? What was Atatürk’s involvement? Cause & Consequence: What caused the Turkish War of Liberation and what were the consequences of it? Continuity & Change: What changes did Atatürk instigate in the new republic of Turkey? Significance: Why is Atatürk such a significant figure in Turkey? Why is his image found in public buildings, in every classroom? Interpretation: How has Atatürk been represented or interpreted in different ways? Why does this happen? National Curriculum Core Learning Standards for KS2: Pupils should continue to develop a chronologically secure knowledge and understanding of local and world history, establishing clear narratives within and across the periods they study. They should note connections, contrasts and trends over time and develop the appropriate use of historical terms. They should regularly address and sometimes devise historically valid questions about change, cause, similarity and difference, and significance. They should construct informed responses that involve thoughtful selection and organisation of relevant historical information. They should understand how our knowledge of the past is constructed from a range of sources and that different versions of past events may exist, giving some reasons for this.
Romans scheme of work and resources Invaders Ancient Civilisations KS2 Roman Britain planningQuick View
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Romans scheme of work and resources Invaders Ancient Civilisations KS2 Roman Britain planning

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Detailed scheme of work with clear lesson planning. See also my guided reading resources for this topic. All pictures have been taken on site, are credited to English Heritage or to individual photographers from Pixabay and Shutterfly, copyright free. I am an outstanding teacher with many years teaching experience as well as been Head of Teaching and Learning responsible for teachers and learning of several hundred children. These resources have had over 50000 free downloads but I am now moving to selling some of my most popular resources as I hope to reduce my hours to have more time for my dogs. Thank you for buying.
Unit of resources, detailed planning, display, homework and assessment materials on rivers KS2Quick View
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Unit of resources, detailed planning, display, homework and assessment materials on rivers KS2

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I am sharing my resources as everything takes us so long to do and I use T.E.S all the time. I am judged to be an outstanding teacher and have been a Head of Teaching and Learning as well as a SEN Co so all my resources are well differentiated. These resources are for KS2. You are welcome to email me for other resources that link to the plans but cannot be paid for as include various images etc! Thanks for buying and I hope you and your class enjoy using them.
Significant Authors unit: The Iron Man - Unit plan with resourcesQuick View
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Significant Authors unit: The Iron Man - Unit plan with resources

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A unit of week - around 4 weeks long - based on the Iron Man: Significant Authors unit created by myself and my rather amazing year 4 colleague. The kids really enjoyed reading it, and their writing improved as a result of reading it. Many adopted the style of Ted Hughes without being asked! I’ve added a few of the resources used on request - not all though I’m afraid as for most we used the actually book or old photocopied worksheets (we’re trying to use more handwriting in school!) I’ve not added the wanted poster, but its just a poster with a box saying wanted at the bottom. This unit is suitable for KS2, KS3 and I’d think KS4 students too, with a few ammendments here and there. I loved this unit so much that I repeated it with a KS3 special needs literacy group in year 9. They loved it too! https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/clips/z878q6f - Follow this link too for the first chapter, read by Ted Hughes himself, from the BBC Bitesize website.
Mental health and multimodality: Poetry & the mindQuick View
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Mental health and multimodality: Poetry & the mind

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The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award for 11-17 year olds, run by the Poetry Society, is one of the world’s largest free poetry competitions. Teacher Ashley Smith has created this new resource to mark the 2013 competition, which opened on 11 Mar 2013 and closes 31 Jul 2013. It covers the following key areas: mental health, music, experience, multimodal, poetic forms, James Joyce, Radiohead. More free learning resources and competition info can be found at: www.poetrysociety.org.uk/education.
Into Film Ten Pieces music resourceQuick View
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Into Film Ten Pieces music resource

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Into Film has partnered with BBC Learning to produce a new resource themed around the Ten Pieces project, which aims to inspire a love of classic musical in primary school pupils. The Ten Pieces project invites children to listen to ten pieces of classical music and to creatively respond to them. This extensive resource is aimed at KS1 and KS2 (or equivalent) Primary pupils, and consists of an in-depth look at the use of three of the Ten Pieces in films, including Fantasia and Johnny English Reborn, with activity sheets, instructional videos, case studies and teachers' notes provided. For more information on how to order the films for free please visit http://www.filmclub.org
Britain's settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots: PowerPoint lessons, worksheets & topic planQuick View
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Britain's settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots: PowerPoint lessons, worksheets & topic plan

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A series of lessons to cover the objectives in the history curriculum 2014: POWERPOINTS Romans and Scots: A look at the Roman withdrawal from Britain in around AD 410, the fall of the western Roman Empire due to barbarian attacks and the Scots invasions from Ireland to north Britain. The Anglo Saxons (invasions, settlements and kingdoms: place names and village life): A 38 page powerpoint with a contents page so it can be taught as an overview or an in-depth study. Introduces the topic with a timeline and a map showing where the Angles, Saxons and Jutes came from and where they settled in Britain. Looks at the seven main Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of Essex, Kent, Sussex, Wessex, East Anglia, Mercia and Northumbria, showing maps of each region and giving information on important kings. Mentions the current debate about whether Britain was invaded or peacefully settled by the Anglo-Saxons. Gives examples of place names and a list of Anglo-Saxon words and their meanings that many place names have originated from. Ends with a look at Anglo-Saxon village life. Anglo-Saxon art and culture: Includes the Anglo-Saxon runic alphabet, literature such as Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, the Bayeux Tapestry, and looks closely at Anglo-Saxon art Christian conversion: Explains the pagan religion of the Anglo-Saxons then the rise of Christianity in Britain from monasteries in Iona, Lindisfarne and Canterbury. Explains the difference between the Celtic Christianity and the Roman Christianity, and how problems were solved at the Synod of Whitby. Sutton Hoo discovery: An in-depth look at the ship burial at Sutton Hoo and the artefacts found. WORKSHEETS AND ACTIVITIES Topic booklet covers What I know about the Romans & Anglo-Saxons Dal Riata writing templates Romans writing template Anglo-Saxon arrival in Britain Anglo-Saxon kingdoms map Anglo-Saxon place names The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles (in English) The story of Beowulf (English translation) Writing with runes Calligraphic writing x 2 versions Illuminated letters: Large letters to colour like the monks Iona, Canterbury and Lindisfarne worksheet Writing border - saints Writing sheet - monks Blank map Writing border - Anglo-Saxons Writing border - monks