The Iron Man Half Term Scheme of Work. 6 Week Literacy Scheme of Work based on The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. KS2. For years 3 and 4, but could be used with upper KS2 classes working at these levels. For pupils working at levels 2, 3 and 4. Suitable for use with the New Curriculum 2014ALL planning and resources including worksheets and Smart notebooks / PowerPoint presentations have all been ready prepared and differentiated. Has been refined and updated each time I have taught it and has been a highly successful unit. Having all planning and resources ready prepared allows you time to mark and address individual children's areas of development .Buy the complete scheme of work on CD via eBay.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/191592018597?Download examples here to show you what you will get on the CD. More info on eBay
I have produced units of work to cover the whole of KS1 for religious education. There are 12 units in total, each designed to last a half term. They cover Christianity and Hinduism and come with most of the required resources (some are physical resources that we have in school). This is the first unit of the 12. They took ages to put together, so thought i'd share all that work and save someone lots of time as I know RE can be difficult to plan for. Please let me know what you think, or any ideas to add to it. The next 11 will follow shortly...
Six ideas for simple games that can be created in Scratch. They cover IF, loops, ELSE, show, hide, delays, pen up, scrolling screen, changing rooms, sensing colour, movement with the keyboard or automatically. There is an aim on each slide, all you need to do is add is starter, plenary, and you have half a terms work in the bag! This could be used with very young children in primary, copying the code, or older children, with the coding explained, but not given. I've used it with year 7 for several years and the youngsters love it.
I created this homework when I introduced adverbs to our English Top Set Year 3 children. They have to choose appropriate adverbs to complete sentences, then go on to identify different parts of speech within a text taken from the Wind in the Willows.
This script is for four teachers (Our four heads of houses put it together) and comes from the slogan of National Book Week - 'Tuck into a Book!'. It encourages children to see what different kinds of books are available to read and encourages them to try something new and get stuck into reading.
Here is the script and corresponding Powerpoint for our Word Religion Day assembly. It was a Year 3 class that did this but it could also be used for a Year 4 class. We only had 19 children so you'd need to split some of the speaking parts if you wanted all children to speak.
We sang 'The World in Union' afterwards.
Goes from the dinosaurs through key periods of history to the present day. Use MS Word to adapt it.
I have added the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Middle Ages to the updated version. As well as the first public railway in 1825, England winning the World Cup in 1966 and the 2012 Olympics.
This lesson involves pupils working in groups to produce an election campaign for one of the claimants to the throne in 1066. (Before the Battle of Hastings lesson) The PowerPoint goes through the claimants to the throne in 1066 which allows students to work in groups for the election campaign task.
The CV worksheet provides students with extra information to support with the group task. The election task work sheet gives clear instructions alongside extension tasks to enable students to complete high quality group work.