A tarsia hex puzzle on the main connectives plus loads of others to make it a puzzle! I had tried to include the original tarsia file so you can edit the puzzle yourself (unfortunately, the new TES considers it an "unsupported file type". I guess I might have to find other platform for sharing resources in the future....
Worksheets and teaching resources offering scene by scene summaries together with comprehension tasks on character, themes, structure and dramatic techniques and devices. Dramatic function of key scenes, literary techniques and sample essay questions.
Poetry of the 1914-18 War. 'Recruting', 'Spring Offensive', Seed Merchant', Perhaps', Reported Missing', The parable of the old man and the young', Falling Leaves', Flanders', Jining the Colours', The Send Off', The Target', Spring in war time', The Boehemians, Te Deserter', The Hero'.(OCR exam board)
Throughout Key Stage 2, children are expected to take part in debates and compose one-sided arguments or balanced discussions.
To be successful at this, children need plenty of opportunities to use the language of argument. Connecting phrases such as 'it is obvious that', 'other people claim that' and 'opponents of' need to be orally rehearsed as children do not encounter them regularly in their daily lives.
This fully planned session, complete with a presentation and a fun dice game, will give children the experience of using the language of argument in a purposeful way.
Use this session prior to any 'argument' style writing and it will give children the tools to be successful.
*I have now added 'Whose side are you on? Advanced'. This version is for 4 players and enables children to create full balanced discussions orally. The patterns they use exactly mirror the structure of a written balanced discussion.
I've put these trackers together based on the new AQA markschemes. I've based the mark conversions on the Ofqual statement that the proportion of each grade will be similar to the current cohort. Just add your students' names and their results and the spreadsheet should do the rest!
Please note - these are my best estimate based on the little we currently know about grade conversions!
this is a spreadsheet for tracking pupil achievement within English Language (2017 exams). It's based on the latest release from the government which suggests grades will be similar proportions to current grades achieved.
All you need to do is enter the names of students and the marks achieved.