5 resources which are useful for teachers who want to prepare their students for NAPLAN.
1) Is a unit outline for a four-week skills focus
2) Minimum standards for NAPLAN year 9 (copied and pasted from the internet)
3) NAPLAN tests teaching ideas (copied and pasted from the internet)
4) A list of things to teach prior to NAPLAN that I compiled
5) A spelling list (24 words per week) of words that have appeared in past NAPLAN tests
This resource focuses on Language Convention practice for the years 7 and 9 NAPLAN in English and covers contractions, homophones, past and present tense and spelling. The spelling resources include respelling of identified misspellings and identify spelling mistakes and making corrections.
This unit is made up of 5 original pieces of writing and questions. There are two foreign postcards, two poems and a page of classifieds that require the students to read carefully and;
Work with Words
Sequence of Events
All lessons and worksheets, with plenty of practice questions with the overview plan for integrating work with money into a mathematics programme.
From recognising coins to solving word problems using a variety of language structures.
Great resource for differentiated teaching.
This is a rubric version based on the NAPLAN Writing assessment guide. It is intended for teachers to use to quickly assess student persuasive writing in relation to NAPLAN criteria in preparation for the test, and can also be used by upper primary students as self-assessment during or after writing.
This bundle contains all three of my year 5 NAPLAN style numeracy resources! A practice test, four mini tests and an 80 page slideshow.
The practice test consists of 40 NAPLAN style questions (the same amount typically in the NAPLAN exam) with bubbles to fill in and some blank spaces.
The four mini tests each have 10 questions, and allow you to give students practice over several days or weeks.
The slideshow is designed to be used by the teacher with small groups or the whole class to discuss typical NAPLAN style questions and how students could go about answering them. Go through a few questions every day to get get students feeling confident about the NAPLAN test.
None of the resources have any title or use of the word NAPLAN, some students get anxious about the exam and so I have left it up to the teacher's discretion how to present the test.
Please note, I am in no way affiliated with NAPLAN. I do not have any information on what will be in any exam other than what is publicly available.
This bundle of resources include the following:
1. Prepositions of Time
2. Prepositions of Direction
3. Prepositions after Adjectives
4. Prepositions of Place
5. Prepositions Revision 1 & 2
This reousrce includes powerpoint slides to describe different prepositions, exercises with sentences to complete and the related answer keys. Just print and go to your class, saving money and hours of teaching preparation!
This exclusively prepared resource for NAPLAN comes with 25 sentences which require correction for spelling. Answers are also provided. This is a great exercise for checking students' accuracy of correct spelling.
This is a comprehensive resource on adverbs of time, aligned with ACARA and NAPLAN requirements. It includes clear power-point slides and a worksheet with answers.
This is also useful as a relief lesson! How good is that? When you are away, your kids are still getting ready for NAPLAN!!
Grab this ready-to-go resource now!
Here is a great product for improving Year 7 students' spelling and vocabulary skills. There are 14 worksheets in which meticulously selected words in line with NAPLAN requirements (Australian Curriculum) are included for spelling practice and vocabulary learning. The last worksheet gives scope for creative writing using the words that students have learnt.
This resource can be used in many different ways:
1. As a term-long workbook, when printed and made into a booklet
2. As a weekly classwork/homework exercise
3. As a ready-to-go relief lesson
4. As a ready resource for gifted and talented students in Year 6.
5. As a revision exercise for Year 8 students.
In whichever way it is used, students would definitely benefit from this resource!!
Just print and go!!!!