PEE paragraph bundleQuick View

PEE paragraph bundle

A couple of resources that I have created to support teaching PEE paragraphs to KS3 students and low-mid KS4 students. Resources include a PEE feedback sheet with checklist, PEE pie chart, PEE sentence starters and questions to prompt sentences within paragraphs. Enjoy!
Wilsh88
PEE paragraphs broken downQuick View

PEE paragraphs broken down

A resource breaking PEE paragraphs down in to small chunks, with sentence starters for each step of the way to help students structure their answers.
JLtowler
Writing PEE Paragraphs MenuQuick View

Writing PEE Paragraphs Menu

Useful guide to demonstrate some methods of paragraph structure and general tips to improve writing. I have used this from Year 6 through to GCSE. The menu idea makes it very easy to follow. I print these out and give them to students like a menu during extending writing. I have also blown these up to A3 for display. Comments are appreciated. Images are taken from Microsoft Office Clip-Art collections and used in line with MS policy.
maxblackburn
Karl Pilkington's SPAG and PEE startersQuick View

Karl Pilkington's SPAG and PEE starters

Engaging SPAG and PEE starter pack and Power Point slides taken from extracts of Karl Pilkington's hilarious travel diaries, The Idiot Abroad. Each starter features a short extract, with a short SPAG and an extended PEE or comprehension starter, together with an image of Karl Pilkington. Starters are ideal for KS4 students or later KS3 and suitable for a variety of different exam boards e.g. WJEC or AQA as they involve the same core skills. Also included for free is a bumper word puzzles Power Point which is normally £2: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/word-quizzes-11195792 Please rate and visit my shop store for more great resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish Thank you. (Credits: images royalty free, taken from Wikicommons and pininterest.com)
EngageinEnglish
Karl Pilkington's SPAG and PEE StartersQuick View

Karl Pilkington's SPAG and PEE Starters

Engaging SPAG and PEE starter pack and Power Point slides taken from extracts of Karl Pilkington's hilarious travel diaries, The Idiot Abroad. Each starter features a short extract, with a short SPAG and an extended PEE or comprehension starter, together with an image of Karl Pilkington. Starters are ideal for KS4 students or later KS3 and suitable for a variety of different exam boards e.g. WJEC or AQA as they involve the same core skills. Also included for free is a bumper word puzzles Power Point which is normally £2: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/word-quizzes-11195792 Please rate and visit my shop store for more great resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish Thank you. (Credits: images royalty free, taken from Wikicommons and pininterest.com)
EngageinEnglish
PEE- Dracula/Twilight.Quick View

PEE- Dracula/Twilight.

This resource includes: Extracts for analysis, model answer, sentence starters, levelled objectives, cloze exercise. Could be used with lower ability.
Gemshi
P.E.E LessonQuick View

P.E.E Lesson

An introductory lesson on how to structure a P.E.E paragraph. The PowerPoint concisely examines this with clear examples and activities. Uses the exam mark schemes. Lesson includes: Starter activity Learning Objective Explanations Examples Activities Plenary
jbuddy85
P-E-E Grid for 'Russendisko' ThemesQuick View

P-E-E Grid for 'Russendisko' Themes

This is a Point-Example-Explain grid that I made containing arguments, evidence and analysis of (what I believe to be) the different themes in 'Russendisko'. The arguments are in German and the ideas behind them are quite challenging - I used this as my starting point and simplified the ideas for my Year 13 students. I have proof-read the document, but apologise if any errors remain!
roxanneconlon52
Sentence starters for PEE paragraphsQuick View

Sentence starters for PEE paragraphs

Gives learners examples of sentence starters and appropriate language to use for each part of the paragraph or essay. For example, how to introduce evidence or an explanation. There are also suggestions for introduction and conclusion language. It helps learners to add structure to thier longer pieces of writing. Useful for English as second language learners and can support less confident writers. It fits on one slide so is easy to display. In my context, it is useful in History and Geography but could be used in any subject requiring more detailed written responses.
aerynsun
Exam Practice with Year 8 including CUBE, 'because' 'PEE' technique WITH ANSWERSQuick View

Exam Practice with Year 8 including CUBE, 'because' 'PEE' technique WITH ANSWERS

This is a great way to introduce Year 8 into the techniques used at GCSE to understand and answer questions. The settler starts with target setting. The starter is a command word match WITH ANSWERS and a challenge task taken from their end of unit exam in the first term. It then introduces the CUBE strategy (PLEASE USE FOR A WALL DISPLAY) and then the 'because' technique and 'PEE' for exam questions. The development is application of the PEE technique with plenary being hot potato.
GJDavis27
PEEQuick View

PEE

This was already on TES- I just cant remember where I found them. All I have done is put them all together on one sheet- laminated them and put them around my classroom. \nThis means that where ever I am teaching the class has the same input/resources.
lyndsayamos
Harry Potter & Introduction to PEE ParagraphsQuick View

Harry Potter & Introduction to PEE Paragraphs

Three lessons that introduce the PEE paragraph and necessary skills, alongside reading 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'. Printable resources are included, as well as slides that show which pages in the book should be read with the lesson. Includes modeled paragraphs, opportunities for shared writing and sentences starters. Suited for low ability year 7 classes.
ebealocke
KS3 Writing: evaluating PEE paragraphs (WAGOLL)Quick View

KS3 Writing: evaluating PEE paragraphs (WAGOLL)

A lesson where pupils look at exemplar POINT-EVIDENCE-EXPLANATION paragraphs (written by my previous pupils on 'Boy in the Striped Pyjamas', but the success criteria of structuring paragraphs can be applied to any text), then use a table of success criteria to evaluate them in groups. With the understanding of these success criteria, and having seen 'What a Good One Looks Like', pupils then self-evaluate and improve their own work.
erinsarahh