The input is formed of leading questions to test the children's knowledge of the Great Fire of London, the images (which are the hints) should play a sound-bite when clicked. If they do not then some form of plug-in is missing and you can either track it down or form your own questions. A model of a newspaper report is given - the main wants are of a non-chronological report and the use of speech marks and writing for a purpose.
As always, if you make it better, please send me a copy.
Worksheets onto which the children can write their reports of the fire. There is an example of the layout including features - pictures/captions/headings.
There are two different cover layouts and a continuation page if needed.
This resource contains two Drama resources looking at the plague and the story of a village that was infected by the plague. It also explores the way people lived at that time. This is a practical resource, with step-by-step ideas for lessons.
Use this set of resources to investigate different parts of the Atlantic Slave Trade. The source investigations allow pupils to develop skills of enquiry and there is a whole class investigation into reliability. Recognise slave resistance as a common and frequent event in slave struggles against subjugation.
Save with this bundle of notes, gallery walks, timelines, station activities and more on the Iroquois and Colonial America.
Great for your upper elementary or middle school classroom.
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