I have used many resources from TES and thought it was about time I gave some back.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />This planning is a result of lots of different ideas found on various sites including TES. I have pooled them all together to create planning to suit my Year 1 class.
Here are my plans and resources used to teach a low level year 1 class during circus week. Underneath the weekly plan there are circus songs and links to youtube circus themed videos. I hope it's useful!
<p>A week ‘s worth of maths activities for yrs 1/2, with the resources needed. May save some time! have based LOs from this term- sort of!</p> need to ignore ref to number crew which is no longer available
A lesson and homework resources to be used to model essay planning stratergies in preparation for the New English Literature Paper 2 Section B: Power and Conflict Poetry comparison (first examination 2017.) Including a fully planned essay response to a New AQA English Literature GCSE exam question, focussing on Power in Ozymandias and one other poem (The Prelude)' (official AQA pilot material included.) <br />
Each flash card contains a word and a matching sentence to describe the meaning of the word.<br />
Each card is the size of an A4 page landscaped but can be printed smaller by adjusting your printer settings, or photocopied larger.
Resources on the disc include a Reading booklet – 30 pages of writing activities about reading books such as writing about the author, predicting what is going to happen next, drawing the main character etc, flashcards of letters and words, bingo game, posters of key words associated with reading, reading posters encouraging pupils to read well and understand what they are reading, flashcards of different book types, locations signs such as ‘quiet reading area’, reading record log and book loans cards etc. Display items are included such as A4 lettering to head your display and borders and backing paper.
The lesson explores the poem from the new GCSE English Literature Anthology from the Power and Conflict section. <br />
There are several tasks that allow you to guide learners through the poem - aimed mainly at the more able in this particular case but easily adaptable. <br />
A PPT with images based on the poem can be used to spark discussion before analysing for language and structural features.<br />
There is a non-fiction based writing task as well as a Paper 2 Question 4 (comparison of poem to experiences of a soldier at war)<br />
Resources attached are to support the teaching of the lesson.