Geography lesson about layers of the earth with accompanying worksheet to label the different layers\n\n\nPlease leave a rating if you find it useful or a comment if you need any other information/lesson plan as there are parts I didn't upload.
A set of IWB slides to match the entry point and knowledge harvest in the International Primary Curriculum unit 'Saving The World' (Rainforests). Text and images closely matched so learners new to English will be able to access the vocabulary more easily.
A set of criteria for Y1 children to use when developing their skills in designing and producing written work across a range of 13 Literacy genres. The genres include: Fairy tale characters, Information texts, Instruction texts, Lists and captions, Poems on a theme, Poems with a pattern, Recounts, Dictionary work (glossary writing), Stories of fantasy worlds, Stories with familiar settings, Stories with a pattern and Traditional stories. This checklist could be used by the teacher as a marking guide. Good for self and peer assessment. Additionally it could be used as a tool for Assessment for Learning. (AfL)
A set of criteria for Y2 children to use when developing their skills in designing and producing a range of genres. The genres include: Alphabetically ordered texts (glossaries), Instruction texts, Explanation texts, Information texts, Stories with familiar settings and Traditional stories. These checklists could be used by the teacher as a marking guide. Good for self and peer assessment. Additionally these could be used as a tool for Assessment for Learning. (AfL)
A bundle of 15 checklists that covers the genres of writing expected in Year 5. These include checklists for: Explanations, Instructions, Legends, Myths, Non-chronological reports, Note-taking for explanations, Recounts, Fables, General note-taking, Playscripts, Story openings, Choral-poetry, Modern and Classic poems, Narrative and Classic poems and Reading Journal writing. These checklists can be used when engaging in Assessment for Learning, Assessment of Learning, Self assessment and Peer assessment.
A bundle of 13 checklists that covers the genres of writing expected in Year 6. These include checklists for: Autobiographical writing, Biographical writing, Balanced arguments, Playscripts, Non-chronological report writing, Film reviews, Persuasive writing, Journalistic writing, Poetry writing, Dialogue writing, Summarising fiction, Formal leaflet and Formal letter writing. These checklists can be used when engaging in Assessment for Learning, Assessment of Learning, Self assessment and Peer assessment.
This powerpoint explains scale and links this to how measure distances on a map, through a step by step giuide through the process. In addition to the PPT there is a distances work sheet with seperate answers that get increasingly difficult and recap other key skills, such as 4 and 6 figure grid references..
Scramble for Africa/ Imperialism in Africa- student map assignment
students color maps based on which country took over which parts in Africa. the map is hand outlines- but is wonderful for students to understand which country took over specific regions in Africa