These are four 'wireframe'-style scaffold sheets to aid pupils with writing explanations and instructions. Wireframes are deliberately informal in their layout to encourage a more confident approach from the children when writing.
They are perfect for differentiation!
I am loving making these wireframes at the moment, and will happily take requests on twitter @mrlockyer, or through TES messaging.
I created this to make subtraction a little more interesting! The pupils fill in numbers at the to, then make subtraction sums with them, trickling down to one bottom number. 21 sums in one sheet, and if you choose the numbers at the top, you can easily check by looking at the lowest number. My class LOVE them. Genuinely. by @mrlockyer
<p>Adapted from @TeacherToolkit’s original plan, this allows you to type in your plans and merge them, so a scheme can be prepared and printed out as individual plans if you wish! Also good for those with messy handwriting! Any questions, ask @mrlockyer on Twitter. NOTE: You MUST download the template & datadoc for it to work!</p>
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.