This planning document can be used to guide children through the persuasive letter writing process. It should be linked to a letter.I have used the example of a letter written to the principal about banning playtimes from school. The students discussed t
A planning sheet on which children can plan a persuasive letter to Willy Wonka. The idea is for children to persuade Mr Wonka to make their chocolate bar in his factory. This sheet breaks down the letter into different paragraphs that the children should use.
A worksheet designed to help students work out for themselves the basic rules for forming and using adverbs of manner, together with a practice sheet.
Note: if possible, students should use pocket-type dictionaries, as they often don't list regular adverbs. They won't then be able to cheat!
Website that has links to thousands of videos on youtube etc with subtitles in your chosen language. Use it to illustrate all sorts of vocab or grammar points.
You can even contribute your own subtitles.
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.