This packet is awesome to say the least! You will find twelve posters with amazing backgrounds to help illustrate twelve different genres of literature. These genres include: poetry, fantasy, science fiction, historical fiction, realistic fiction, mystery, biography, autobiography, drama, fanciful tales, and humor. These mini-posters are perfect for a bulletin board or to be placed above your whiteboard as a reference tool all year long as students embark on each genre throughout their studies. The absolutely amazing, beautiful illustrations are sure to capture your students attention!
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Ideal for children in Upper KS2 and Lower KS3.
This first presentation is an introduction to Shakespeare’s rich, Elizabethan language.
Professor Francis Bacon is your guide – and he has a large box crammed with (until now) unknown first drafts of songs Shakespeare featured in his plays. Unfortunately, each draft is, well, a bit of a mess and in real need of editing.
To almost quote Eric Morecambe, it’s the right words but not necessarily in the right order.
The songs featured here are from ‘The Tempest’ and ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ and the focus is on the end rhymes of the songs. It’s a different activity for each song, but the invitation to young readers is to do the editing and in so doing, play with and engage with the language in an active, creative way.
As with a lot of Shakespeare’s work this presentation is littered with Shakespearean insults. So, don’t have young readers that are lumpish, guts-griping maggot-pies. Turn them into precious, honey-tongued editors!
As well as the presentation, this package includes all necessary texts for photocopying and editing. Ideal for solo, paired or group work.
All the money raised from the sale of this resource goes to MedEquip4Kids. This is a local charity for children that works with medical staff, community nurses and other registered charities to provide equipment and improve facilities in hospitals.