Listening and writing activities for very low level year 8.
Narrow reading, Gianfranco Conti style, on technology. Focus on time phrases. Used as basis for speaking.
Used to revise 'er' verb endings. Used Studio 1 to introduce the language first. (please adapt as necessary)
I print six at a time and cut them to stick into the pupils’ books. Tick off a city when they go above and beyond in class. When all cities ticked off; parents will get a positive letter home.
<p>using the board students either put the words in to the correct order or translate them. Can be transfered to any topic or language</p>
GCSE level revision on hobbies. Match the first half of the sentence with the ending. Practice of sentence structures. Could use a as basis of speaking task.
Use them in any order. Numbers are really just for me to keep track
Adapted from something I saw n Twitter. Differentiated worksheet on revising family. Updated it.
Saw this idea on Twitter and took it a step further. A child is given a reward card when they make an excellent contribution to class. I tick off one of the cities. When they have all the cities ticked off; a congratulatory letter will be sent to their parents. I also ask them to find out about each of the cities.
I used this with Y6 to get them speaking. Great to hear lots of children having a go. One group made their team write as well as speak.
I made this up to teach 'Etre&' as I got bored of what I had been doing. Has to be to the beat of the beginning of Fresh Prince of Bel Air. \nWhen you get to the verb say it twice. Feel free to tweak add music etc. That&';s beyond my IT skills!
I set this as a cover lesson
I built on something I had seen on here for our recent Ofsted visit. This lesson was given 'Good&'. The lesson plan itself may be a little sparse as itwas written at about 2am! Hope you get the gist of it. Obviously you will need to change the names in the groups.
Produced for a low ability yr 10 cover lesson.
A reading activity based around meal times. Pupils are to read the texts. I have them on A3 at the front and back of the room. Look at the slides - printed out on to A4. then complete the grid by putting the corresponding numbers in. With the left over slides the pupils will then have to produce a piece of their own writing.\n3/6/13- did this today needs tweakingbut children generally liked it.