A piece of prose about change or loss. Includes essay plan and poetic analysis
The first powerpoint recaps the terminology noun and prefix then explains how prefixes are added to words and change their meaning. Gives some examples of words with the prefixes super, auto, anti and tele and asks how the meanings have changed. The second powerpoint looks at a range of prefixes the children should have covered in Y2 and introduces new ones alongside their meanings. PDF WORKSHEETS & ACTIVITIES: Word list – nouns using prefixes Fore/mid/sub jigsaw cards Super/auto/anti jigsaw cards Prefix anti worksheet Prefix auto worksheet Prefix super worksheet DISPLAY: Noun prefixes display Plus a Y3 VG&P plan
This smartboard is the first lesson in a series of lessons. The focus of the lesson is to summarise the triangulation trade in slavery. There is an element of writing that focuses on using a range of sentence openers and commas correctly. The lesson includes a starter, prior knowledge of slavery, a video, a main activity which is differentiated and a plenary.
Series of lesson powerpoints and supporting resources on the book Throwaways by Ian Strachan. Aimed at a mid to high ability year 9.
This unit supports a mid-to-lower level group of Year 9 students as they read Machine Gunners. Some of the lessons work on building reading skills at levels 5 and 6, while others work on writing skills. The final assessment for this unit was a written assessment.
Used with my HAs in a Year 5/6 class. We went through examples of how to use dashes one at a time, with groups coming up with their own example after each one. I had a follow up worksheet with a set of random story starter pictures. They had to choose a picture and write a sentence using each of the dash styles for that picture. This gathered my afl for individual pupils.
Lesson that encourages students to write a persuasive speech using examples and techniques. Also focusses on using different sentence types and topic sentences.
This is a PowerPoint presentation that contains 26 lessons, of 60 minute each for the new 9-1 English Language GCSE's. The lessons cover idea generation (with and without visual stimuli), planning, creating effective narrative and descriptive, organising paragraphs, creating interesting openings, writing monologues, writing for a specific audience and purpose, appropriate and effective vocabulary choices, using a range of sentence types for effect, use of a range of punctuation for effect, proofreading skills as well as 2 different practise assessments. This PPT can be differentiated up or down with ease (a few GATE extensions have already been included in the presentation). This SOW was created to the Edexcel exam board requirements.
A writing revision booklet that breaks down the different writing styles at key stage 3. It models writing with the purposes of Argue, Persuade, Advise, Inform, Explain, Describe, Imagine, Explore, Entertain, Model, Analyse, Review and Comment. Useful for the NC tests (SATS) that students do in year 9. It also has several tasks and some information on sentence structure.
This lesson was taught to a mid-weak year ten class who, whilst able to actively talk and discuss poetry were struggling to write about form, structure and language. This series of lessons covers: * First introduces students to the context and the background of the poem itself so as to have a good grounding before reading the poem * Lengthy discussion of form and structure with the inclusion of scaffolding to practice writing about it (including a quite lengthy focus on aiding students to understanding iambic pentameter through the use of emojiis) * Peer assessment when writing about form and structure, including looking at what a poor example looks like together on the board * Guided stanza analysis to prompt students into looking at language and promoting group discussion * Focus on the statue and its symbolism at the end of the poem * Writing extended PEE points to include using embedded quotations Bundle includes: * 64 slide power point * A* annotated copy of the poem: useful for students revision guides, including text, images and colour
A ready-to-use digital student research journal that follows the same 9-step research process from the History Skills website. Each research stage has explanations, blank tables and hyperlinks to examples to aid with the completion of essay research. There is space for 10 unique sources, each with its own table for the collection of both direct and indirect quotes.
102 page Word document Student guide This teaching and learning material is designed to cover all the skills, knowledge and understanding that you need to pass the Software Development unit of Intermediate 2 Computing.
A resource with a series of powerpoint presentation lessons and website guide. It encourages pupils to assess and create stimulating descriptive writing pieces. The units focusing on ‘buttons’ also provides useful stimuli to create stories. These units can be used to produce coursework and exam practice and are very useful in terms of AFL practice.
A set of 16 lessons I am using with my year 9 to prepare them for GCSE. All ideas are adapted from other peoples work, so thank you to the TES teachers and I hope it is of use in the format I have put it together in. No lesson plans, but the PPT's should be self explanatory. Our school is using Pit stops and Pits to show pupil progress and we have A,B,C,D and agree/disagree colour coded cards to use for those activities. Also, the green pen is to show pupil response to Teacher and Peer feedback.
3 POWERPOINTS: Words and families: Explains what word families are and how to make them. It follows with 10 common exception words and related words . Roots, affixes and word families: Explains how word families can be built by using affixes. Gives examples of the word family related to the word 'act' and also the word 'light'. Word families: Building words using a matrix of prefixes, root words and suffixes. PDF WORKSHEETS & ACTIVITIES: Cards (x6 – act/give/light/pass/press/sign) containing words belonging to each word family Word derivation sheet – blank Word family – give Word family – pass Word family –press Word family –sign Word list – Latin root words and families (extension work) Plus a Y3 VG&P plan
TES English MP3 readings & revision commentaries, teaching resources, worksheets and activities on 'Horse Whisperer&' by Andrew Forster. Includes pre-reading and prediction tasks, differentiated activity on punctuation and structure, a visual response task and close analysis of the poem’s techniques and devices. Sample exam questions also included. Please follow the web link for access to the complete &';Character and voice' collection. Click &'Play&'; to launch the MP3 player.
7 weeks of year 5 SPAG Planning. (3 days a week) Following our new mastery curriculum- 2015. All flipcharts and resources to go with the planning. Some activities follow the Year 5 Nelson Grammar book this will not hold you back it will explain the activities for you and have examples on the flip charts. Any questions please ask.
Mastery of the English Language depends on solid technical skills. Use these Powerpoint files to help students review important technical skills that will help them improve the quality of their written work. These files are from www.eddistutorial.com , a website full of information and resources for students taking IGCSEs, GCSEs and A Levels.
This is a set of three writing activity cards/writing challenges that are based around different aspects of VCOP and SPAG. I designed these cards to help with independent applications of key skills in literacy for year 6. I would recommend printing, laminating and then cutting the pages in half. These took me a very long time to create so I would appreciate feedback. Hope this helps - enjoy!
This series of documents supports the development and progression of teaching grammar, providing guidance on how to assimilate grammar learning into your lessons in accordance with the new curriculum 2014. Documents provide the guidance for planning and teaching grammar for each year group at primary. From Year 1 through to Year 6.
A set of three lessons looking at 3 poems ('Baby - Sitting', 'On My First Sonne', 'The Little Boy Lost / Found') working towards a practise exam question. Prior knowledge of 'Follower' is needed. Used this with my set 5 of 10 and they had so many good ideas that most of mine were unnecesary by the time they appeared on the screen. Had to save the docs as 97 - 2003 docs, so some of the alignments, animations etc might be a bit askew.