this resource contains 180 challenges that can be used as starters, plenaries, fillers, morning work, treasure hunts, displays, working walls and for homework challenges. <br />
there is enough challenges for a different one each morning throughout the school year.
This tracker is set up for 6 units of work (ONE PER HALF TERM) throughout the year and for each unit there are two assessments, reading and writing.. Simply select from the drop down menu to select the level the pupil has achieved. The tracker will work out a unit average as well as an overall grade average. <br />
If the sheet is locked the password is: faketan<br />
The tracker will will do the following:<br />
- allow you to analyse each unit separately and for the pupil performance overall<br />
- if you enter the end of year performance from last academic year it will show the progress that the pupils have made. <br />
- pivot tables will allow you to analyse all sub groups of pupils using RaiseOnline style tracking grids<br />
Please go to Data- refresh to refresh the Pivot tables.<br />
Included also is a prompt sheet for teachers to use. Teachers can select from the drop down menu each sub-category of child in the cohort and then the Pivot table will automatically populate for that group of pupils.
The whole of the new 2014 National Curriculum for Primary English formatted onto one A3 wallchart, for long term planning and general reference.<br />
Science and Maths also available on my resources.<br />
Please rate and leave feedback if you choose to purchase. I'd love to know if they're useful to your students' learning or how to improve the design. Thanks!
These colourful, engaging and informative posters/ help-sheets are perfect to help your students gain a broad and deep understanding of each of the key descriptive devices, thus vastly improving their textual analysis and enhancing their creative writing attempts.<br />
Each sheet displays the key word in the middle, and then answers some of the key questions surrounding the words, including:<br />
- What does it mean?<br />
- How many syllables does it have?<br />
- What are examples of it?<br />
- How do I spell it?<br />
- When would I use this?<br />
- What type of word is it?<br />
- Where does the word come from?<br />
There are sheets for: Similes, Metaphors, Hyperbole, Adjectives, Adverbs, Alliteration, Onomatopoeia, Verbs, Personification, and Verbs. These can be used as help-sheets as students write (my students love this) or blown up to A3 to use as classroom posters. <br />
I have also provided blank templates for each word, so that students can fill in the everything that they know about the words themselves, which makes for an excellent starter, plenary, or recap activity.