This resource includes many different examples of connectives and breaks them down into what type they are. There is room to allow the student to consider when they could be used; this could be through independent work, paired or group discussion.
This lesson looks at ecosystems connections. There is an activity for students to complete(from British Science week Pack), discussion on the impacts of human activities on the sustainability of an ecosystem. Throughout the lesson, opportunities are provided for GCSE type assessment.
This PP is prepared with the 2023 British Science week theme Connections in mind. This is a 20 slides PP looking at the connections that we have with the ocean. Each slide is packed with tasks and there are additional GCSE type questions included as well. The last slide is a project based learning that students could conplete in teh form of a storyboard, poster, blog, newsletter etc.
A complete 40-60 minute lesson to go around the different types of network connections.
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The package includes:
A detailed lesson plan (suitable for relief)
A link to a short Youtube video on the topic made by the author
A one page work sheet
An extension activity
An automatic PowerPoint quiz to check for understanding
Quiz questions in word format to transfer to online quiz services
A link to an online Quizziz that you can copy
The included worksheet starts with a research table, includes a small creative activity and finishes with an analysis question to encourage deeper thought.
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A one or two lesson plan for English in Year 6, or 5. With differentiated success criteria. Using the painting of 'Orthodox Boys'as a prompt for writing. Pie Corbett's using Art as a prompt for writing. Also using Alan Peat's sentence types. The painting generates a lot of discussion and the children are engaged to write. Worth doing a planning lesson before the writing lesson - so more like 2 lessons here.
This is part of a whole unit of work - based upon teaching word classes and different text types. The final summative assessment will be analysing and article before creating their own.
Lesson 5 - Conjunctions
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Time Connectives Game . A3 size board game .
When a player lands on a space s/he must make up a sentence to include the word/s in the space . eg "After lunch" could become "After lunch we played in the park"
The game board has pictures of everyday activities ,routines, actions,places , etc as visual aids so children with word finding difficulties or memory issues can think of sentences to make .
Suitable for ESL,EFL,SEN and speech and language therapy, language development.
Perfect for English lessons, or as part of a literacy across the curriculum scheme, the VCOP lessons aim to build students' fundamental writing skills.
Engaging, differentiated, and easily adaptable, this lesson aims to improve students' skills at using varied and appropriate connectives in their writing, following a logical learning journey to ensure that students learn in bite-size steps:
- Defining connectives types;
- Identifying connectives in humorous writing examples;
- Analysing connectives in an interesting descriptive passage;
- Creating a descriptive piece, using varied connectives;
- Peer or self evaluating their writing attempts, and in particular the use of connectives
Resources, worksheets, and a lesson plan are provided.
This resource can either be bought alone, or as part of a VCOP bundle (see resource VCOP - All lessons & scheme - vocabulary, connectives, openers, punctuation) for just £1 more.
This is a guide which covers the whole spectrum of essay questions, with in-depth advice on how to answer each type of question (as well as being accompanied by a handy bank of words for each question). Whilst serving as a useful pedagogical guide for teachers, this could also be distributed as a revision aid or tool for students to help them understand how to answer each essay question.
Subject: English (although the advice contained in this guide is applicable to compiling an essay in any subject)
Level: Secondary, Sixth Form, University
This bundle contains a complete unit of work titled Making Connections. This is aimed for year 7's and is an ideal unit to begin the academic year. It looks at the different types of geography, the UK's physical and human features, locating continents and oceans, how to use an Atlas and some fieldwork based within your own school grounds.
A starter presentation on why connectives are useful for improving creative writing. Begins by showing a boring story passage with lots of repetition of openers and too many 'and's. Goes through ways of improving writing by adding different types of connectives. Finishes by improving the passage and comparing to the original.
This poster can be enlarged to use on your English working wall or used as A4 versions on children's desks.
It shows a range of different types of connective & conjunction.
The empty box can be used to write useful adverbials relating to the text being written, which the children can use in their own writing.
Presentation that includes the different type of tissues within the body. Muscle tissues, nervous tissues, epithelial tissue, connective tissue, areolar tissue and adipose tissue. Introductions provided on all areas. Cell diagrams provided.
Class discussion ideas, tasks and methods of assessment provided. Focussed at level 3 but can be edited to aim at higher or lower levels. Can be delivered at BTEC, GSCE Science and introduction to A-level.
This worksheet allows learners to connect the term with the definition. It includes different types of abuses. The worksheet can be used as a discussion for groups about signs of each abuse, what the consequences are for the victim and for the perpetrator. this worksheet could be printed on a larger scale and the sections cut out and used as a card sort activity.