This task ultimately helps pupils to structure their thoughts, therefore making them think about paragraphs whilst writing. A technique for pupils to sort through a problem. They must assess: facts of the situation, disadvantages, advantages, feelings and alternative ideas, before finally making the decision. <br><Br>
Using the Thinking Hat method, pupils must answer a challenging question set in the situation of the sinking Titanic.
I did not create the pictures or sentences. I downloaded a PUB file from TES and wish to thank the person but it was such a long time ago and i cant find the resource again! I have merely put this into a pp file to use in class. \nI have added some activities to reinforce after each case. \nIf the person who created it is annoyed i will take it down - please message me. THANK YOU!
Time linked Spelling Game that may be played individually, in groups or as a whole class. Children write the words focussing on the rules for adding the suffix as well as on spelling the root words correctly.
Most useful to use the video once the rules of adding the suffix have been taught.
<p>Af3: Deduce, infer or interpret information events or ideas from texts. Guided Reading Question spinners to be used during reading comprehension with or without the teacher. Opportunity for Gifted & Able, independent work, and assessment.</p>
A full scheme of work (11 lessons) that focuses primarily on the topic Analyse, Comment and Review. This scheme of work explores the features used in a range of short films. Throughout this scheme of work, pupils will learn to comment, analyse and review elements of film, such as mise en scène, music and connotations. This scheme of work will equip the pupils with the skills needed to complete a summative assessment on a review of a short film. I have used this lesson for both my KS3 and KS4 English classes and have differentiated appropriately to suit the needs of all students.<br />
List of learning objectives explored throughout this scheme of work:<br />
1. L.O: To understand the features of a film review. <br />
2. L.O: To understand genre and be able to identify different varieties.<br />
3. L.O: To analyse the different features used in a film trailer.<br />
4. L.O: To explore how character is created without dialogue in film.<br />
5. L.O: To develop a knowledge of foreshadowing. (*Disclaimer: Contains one expletive.)<br />
6. L.O: To develop a knowledge of and analyse Mise en Scène. <br />
7. L.O: To understand how tension is created through music.<br />
8. L.O: To develop our understanding of the different types of sound used in film.<br />
9. L.O: To comment on a poem that has been adapted to film.<br />
10. L.O: To understand the term connotations and consider how it is used in film.<br />
11. L.O: To complete a detailed review on the film ‘Lovefield’.<br />