A user-friendly tutorial based on Commonly Misused Words. Includes a table containing pairs of words which are often confused in meaning, model examples of sentences to show their meanings correctly and tasks to test students’ understanding.
A user-friendly tutorial based on Commonly Misused Words. Includes a table containing pairs of words which are often confused in meaning, model examples of sentences to show their meanings correctly and tasks to test students’ understanding. Another handy resource suited to SPAG at KS3 Level.
A poster of commonly misspelled words, including a description of the meaning of each word.
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A series of lessons relating to young people's rights and responsibilities in relation to the law. Most of the activities are good starters to promote discussion of a number of areas. It covers legal ages that young people can do various things, attitudes and values towards drugs and the issue of consent both sexual and medical.
I have checked the information recently and it all seems to conform to current legal position.
The questionnaire is a good way of assessing pupils' current knowledge. The vertebrate classification table is in English and French from a time when I had a number of bilingual French children in my class.
This is a programme of work to be done over a number of sessions. Getting students to think about the qualities and skills needed for particular jobs, what qualities and skills they have then moving on to interviewing skills and roleplay. Getting young people to think of questions for a job interview gives them a good insight into how to answer questions well
KS3/GCSE Functional Skills Activity: students have to calculate wall and floor areas, calculate how much paint and flooring they will need and calculate a cost. They then have to furnish the room on a budget - I have been quite generous with the budget- you may want to be more restrictive.
Three colourful sets of alphabet bunting to hang in your classroom or the outside area-
Just print and display!
Each flag is approximately A4 in size but can be printed smaller
The pack includes:
The letters of the alphabet on colourful star flags
Bunting flags with letters and a picture on each flag
To be made double sided or displayed side by side- the flags have the letter on one and pictures beginning with that sound on the other
All of the sets are also included in black and white so they can be coloured in- they contain extra blank flags so that they can be made as a whole class activity with each child decorating their own flag- a great new term activity!
In this packet, you will find six mini-posters perfect for a bulletin board or above your whiteboard. These posters can be used to guide the thinking process as students are involved with a reading selection– fiction as well as nonfiction. Students should always think about what they read before they read, as they read, and after they have finished reading the selection, and these posters help them do just that! Each poster gives a key word to consider.
These words include: connect, picture, summarize, predict, question, and evaluate!
This is a great reference tool for students that you don’t want to miss!
You will not want to miss this packet of informational text articles to use with your students in the classroom! This is a bundle of four fall articles that range from 450-650 words. Each article has illustrations and captions to further explain the text. At the conclusion of each article, there is a six question formative assessment to get a snapshot of students vocabulary and comprehension skills. The following articles are contained in this packet:
(1) Visiting An Apple Orchard: A Fun Fall Activity!
(2) The Origins of Carving a Jack-O-Lantern
(3) Bobbing for Apples: A Fall Fun Favorite!
(4) Fall Fun: Wind Your Way Through the Corn Mazes!
These quick and easy ideas are a great and simple way of getting your students onto the task and off of their chatter. Included in several activities are extension and differentiation activities and alternatives, to best support the way you wish to use them: