An excellent Speaking and Listening and/or Writing exercise that inspires creativity. Its the year 2042 and planet earth has been invaded by a powerful alien force. You are a passenger on a cruise ship, and along with some other passengers vote not to return home. The captain of the ship takes you to uninhabited island. What do you do next? What decisions need to be made? How will you survive?
This web based resource supplies an interactive drag and drop lesson presentation that can be used to steer a class discussion about describing words for the Horror Genre. Discuss the suitability of the adjectives provided to describe Castle Dracula and suggest your own.
A leaf is adapted to absorb light in photosynthesis. Here are two activities to be used on an interactive white board or individual students computers. 1. Can you label the different parts on this cross section diagram of a leaf? 2. Complete the table by matching the parts of a leaf with its adaptation.
A Powerpoint to support the sketching of 'winter trees'
I made this for a year 3 class to show them examples of Winter trees with no leaves for discussion before going outside and sketching real life trees. I have included some images too.
This three resource bundle includes:
'Talking About Art' starter activity. This is a placemat which gets your students talking about any artwork using sentence starters. Blooms Taxonomy was used to create this mat and so is great for all learners.
The 'Art & Design Glossary' is a simple and easy way to incorporate literacy into your lessons and evidence it for inspection.
Blooms Taxonomy For Art has been developed to make questioning subject specific for art. These is great for your handbook, great when planning or just to pick up and glance at when questioning a class.