This is a smart I put together to help KS1 children understand what a question is, how to phrase it and the punctuation to use. It is linked to the Victorians and Florence Nightingale especially. It involves children devising questions in groups then asking the questions in a hot seating activity with one able child (or adult) taking the role of Florence Nightingale.
<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>
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.
Students will use note taking skills to paraphrase notes on third-person-point-of-view. Notes will provide and promote better writing when writing various text, constructed responses, and extended responses. Notes are excellent for understand which point of view a piece of text is written from, and changing a point of view when writing.
A detailed scheme of work with full colour PPTs and resources. Relates to Bloom's Taxonomy with clear AOs and leads clearly to summative assessment. Starters focus on grammar and literacy skills. All lesson plans included.