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Miracles of Jesus Class Activity and Reading

11 Page resource created for Year 7 / Year 8 Religion. Includes; *Definitions of a Miracle *3 classification of Miracles according the Aquinas *Understanding Miracles - An attempt to define the Miraculous. *2 Page reading giving a comprehensive overview of what denotes a Miracle in modern times. *Catholic Church process for defining a Miracle *The link to Sainthood Students are then given a Group Task - Instructions for teachers with student worksheets. Group Task comprises research /Investigation / Classification / Visual and Verbal presentation. Marking Criteria Included.

By teen91113

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Guided Reading ActivitiesQuick View

Guided Reading Activities

A bundle resource full of weekly guided reading activities for: Bill's New Frock, The Butterfly Lion, The Iron Man and The Twits.

By andytheedom

Read with RIC guided reading activityQuick View

Read with RIC guided reading activity

Read with RIC starter activity Guided reading activity to help pupils develop their comprehension and understanding skills. Can be either a short 10 minute activity or longer if you discuss ideas with the pupils. Mark the answers together as a class using discussion, whilst pupils up level their answers if they hear a better answer than the one they had written. Guided reading RIC starter activity with a link to e-safety. R - retrieve - something that all children can access and answer I - interpret - requires children to use clues from actions or events C - Choice - should encourage children to think about why the creator made that choice so they can transfer this skill to thinking about the author's choice in books

By shhmakey

Read with RIC guided reading activityQuick View

Read with RIC guided reading activity

Read with RIC starter activity Guided reading activity to help pupils develop their comprehension and understanding skills. Can be either a short 10 minute activity or longer if you discuss ideas with the pupils. Mark the answers together as a class using discussion, whilst pupils up level their answers if they hear a better answer than the one they had written. Guided reading RIC starter activity with a link to science fiction and space. R - retrieve - something that all children can access and answer I - interpret - requires children to use clues from actions or events C - Choice - should encourage children to think about why the creator made that choice so they can transfer this skill to thinking about the author's choice in books

By shhmakey

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Read Reads Guided Reading BundleQuick View

Read Reads Guided Reading Bundle

Weekly guided reading activities for the Real Read series, including; A Christmas Carol, Around the World in 80 Days, Dracula and Frankenstein.

By andytheedom

Frankenstein Homework or pre-reading activitiesQuick View

Frankenstein Homework or pre-reading activities

Two task sheets to be used as pre-reading or homework activities to be used when studying the novel Frankenstein. Includes links to AOs Task 1 - Research and explore the different locations mentioned in the novel (good for cross-curricular links). This helps students to visualise the journeys of the characters as well as developing their geographical knowledge. Includes extension tasks and answers. Task 2 - Vocabulary task to enhance understanding of the language of 19th century texts. Tasks are easily marked as a class to save time.

By magz2978

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Reading Comprehension Introduction

I went on an amazing course all to do with helping children with comprehension. I have put together a PowerPoint presentation with some activities for children to practice inferencing skills. I have taught this lesson to Year 6 pupils and they got a lot out of it. Ideally, you should follow this activity up by looking at a SAT’s based comprehension paper so that children can consolidate what they learnt from these activities.

By Mr_Horton

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Guided reading activitiesQuick View

Guided reading activities

Do you struggle providing activities to the other children whilst you complete guided reading? This resource will eliminate this problem by providing the other children with a range of tasks based on books they are currently reading and descriptive writing tasks. There are 9 given activities and one page that is editable to make your own activities. As some of the activities are general to books, they can be used over and over again.

By miketaylorsthelens

Read with RIC guided reading starter activityQuick View

Read with RIC guided reading starter activity

Read with RIC starter activity Guided reading activity to help pupils develop their comprehension and understanding skills. Can be either a short 10 minute activity or longer if you discuss ideas with the pupils. Mark the answers together as a class using discussion, whilst pupils up level their answers if they hear a better answer than the one they had written. Guided reading RIC starter activity with a link to science fiction and space. R - retrieve - something that all children can access and answer I - interpret - requires children to use clues from actions or events C - Choice - should encourage children to think about why the creator made that choice so they can transfer this skill to thinking about the author's choice in books

By shhmakey

Read with RIC guided reading starter activityQuick View

Read with RIC guided reading starter activity

Read with RIC starter activity Guided reading activity to help pupils develop their comprehension and understanding skills. Can be either a short 10 minute activity or longer if you discuss ideas with the pupils. Mark the answers together as a class using discussion, whilst pupils up level their answers if they hear a better answer than the one they had written. Guided reading RIC starter activity with a link to science fiction and space. R - retrieve - something that all children can access and answer I - interpret - requires children to use clues from actions or events C - Choice - should encourage children to think about why the creator made that choice so they can transfer this skill to thinking about the author's choice in books

By shhmakey

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Guided Reading Activity Cards

I've used these resources in my Guided Reading and have them, laminated ready for use, in other lessons as well. I can't remember where they came from but thank you! Any comments or suggestions would be gratefully received! Liz

By lizdoig

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Reading Activity Cards

I was finding it difficult to locate reading activity cards for my Primary 2 pupils in my multi-composite so decided to collate a bunch of ideas and make my own. I really hope these are useful for someone else. These should help provide children with personalisation and choice and promote their independence.This is my first upload so any feedback would be much appreciated.

By aemccrindle1

Read with RIC guided reading starter activityQuick View

Read with RIC guided reading starter activity

Read with RIC starter activity Guided reading activity to help pupils develop their comprehension and understanding skills. Can be either a short 10 minute activity or longer if you discuss ideas with the pupils. Mark the answers together as a class using discussion, whilst pupils up level their answers if they hear a better answer than the one they had written. Guided reading RIC starter activity with a link to science fiction and space. R - retrieve - something that all children can access and answer I - interpret - requires children to use clues from actions or events C - Choice - should encourage children to think about why the creator made that choice so they can transfer this skill to thinking about the author's choice in books

By shhmakey

Matilda Reading ComprehensionQuick View

Matilda Reading Comprehension

Opening extract from Matilda by Roald Dahl (available from, and with kind permission of, Love Reading 4 Kids) - Differentiated comprehension questions to match the text provided - LA/ MA and HA - Ticks at the bottom of the page identify which ability group the questions are suitable for. - Text can be used for Guided Reading and questions used as a follow up activity. - Can be a great assessment activity

By ReadingResourcesforTeachers

The Boy in Striped Pyjamas  pre- reading activityQuick View

The Boy in Striped Pyjamas pre- reading activity

A group activity introducing the themes of The Boy In Striped Pyjamas. Groups have a selection of images in an envelope and have 2 minutes to decide on one word to describe them before rotating. Evokes class discussion before watching the film trailer and making predictions.

By adolphus6

Spanish All About Me gap fill readings and writing activityQuick View

Spanish All About Me gap fill readings and writing activity

1) Basic gap fill text covering name, age, birthday, where I live, family and pets. Answers provided on separate sheet and as QR codes so pupils can self-mark. 2) Verbs gap fill with answers on separate sheet. 3) All About Me writing activity following the structure of the previous two worksheets.

By lisadominique

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Reading follow up activities with AFs on

Guided reading follow up activities linked to AFs on APP grid. Mostly for level 2, some level 1 and 3. The AF refs are for my benefit as they let me quickly choose a follow up activity for whatever AF I am focussing on with that child (I don't use the term AF with them, just next steps). If there is no number after the AF they are generally L2, but usually fine for L1 and 3. The ones that are just for Level 1 or 3 have the number 1 or 3 in brackets after the AF. The smaller file is first, easier activities which are generally aimed at high L1 or Low L2.

By butterbeer