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cut and paste picture bingo

cut and paste picture bingo

Cut and paste picture activity. Teacher have to pronounce the words. Pupils cut and paste selected pictures on the correct space. To be use during phonics lesson s,a,t and p
zalilame09
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - Description of Hogwarts!

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - Description of Hogwarts!

This engaging and informative lesson enables students to make precise interpretations of the descriptive language used by J.K Rowling in her descriptions of Hogwarts in ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.’ They also learn how the depiction of settings can have a profound impact upon the tone and atmosphere of a novel, and apply this understanding (along with their knowledge of the key language devices) to form their own vivid and imaginative descriptions of magical places. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: - Understanding the power of places and settings, especially the impact that they have on atmosphere and tone; - Defining each of the different types of descriptive devices, through completing an interactive group activity; - Reading extracts from the text in which Rowling describes Hogwarts, and identifying the language techniques used to paint an image of place in the minds of the readers; - Analysing the effectiveness of each of Rowling's descriptive devices; - Creating their own description of a magical place, utilising appropriate and effective descriptive devices throughout; - Peer assessing each other's learning attempts. Included is: - Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; - Cards for the Card Sorting Activity;' - Extracts from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone; - 'Inside Hogwarts' analysis worksheet; - Writing to Describe Helpsheet All resources are provided in Word (for easy editing) and PDF (to ensure formatting remains fixed between different computers). There are also opportunities for group learning, speaking and listening, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. I originally used these resources with year 8 classes, however colleagues have used them for between years 3 and 10 with some adaptations. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.
TandLGuru
ESL Games - Sentence Fishing

ESL Games - Sentence Fishing

Fishing isn't just for the ABCs! This pdf file includes a Sentence Fishing game that corresponds to the reading lessons in Phonics & Spelling, Book 2, pages 87, 101, 117, 134, and 149. My students just LOVE this game! With older kids, I use this game like flash cards scattered on the floor. They really enjoy lining the fish up into sentences and have to really concentrate as they search for the correct words. I laminated all the fish to ensure that I could use the game for many years. It has become one of my standby activities. Remember, what looks like a game is in fact a fun review! Sentences: A cat on a mat. A fan on a van. A hat on a lap. A cat on a bed. A red pen and a red cap. A wet pet in a net. A big pig in a wig. My pet hen is in a big pit. I win the big van! The pot on the log is hot. The dog and the cat are in the van. The top and the cap are on my lap. I like to jog in the sun. A red and green bug is on my mug. The cat and the dog run on the rug. Check out ABC Fishing for your younger learners!
kinneybrothers
ESL Games - Sports I Have Who Has Activity Set

ESL Games - Sports I Have Who Has Activity Set

This set of Sports I Have, Who Has cards uses a base vocabulary of 25 words that you can play with even your younger students! There are two 25-card sets and a Sports Chart perfect for posting in students' notebooks or tacking to a classroom board! This is a great game for students to practice reading, listening, and speaking! “I Have, Who Has” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. Sports Bingo is also available for more fun practice!
kinneybrothers
ESL Games - Clothing - I Have Who Has Activity Set

ESL Games - Clothing - I Have Who Has Activity Set

This set of “Clothing I Have, Who Has" uses a base vocabulary of 36 words. There are two 25-card sets and a Clothing Chart perfect for posting in students' notebooks. This is a great game for students to practice reading, listening, and speaking! “I Have, Who Has” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. Try these clothing resources on for size! Clothing Bingo Digital Clothing Bingo on Google Slides! Clothing Flash Cards Clothing Chart
kinneybrothers
ESL Games - Names - I Am Who Is Activity

ESL Games - Names - I Am Who Is Activity

Just pass out the cards and say "Go!" This is a perfect activity for reinforcing vocabulary, and requires students to listen and respond. This PDF file includes 6 pages from "Names - I Am, Who Is" Activity Set. “I Am, Who Is” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. This set of “Names - I Am, Who Is” cards has three versions. The first set has picture prompts for all the vocabulary. The second version has picture prompts only for the “I am..” half of the cards. The third version has only text and no picture prompts. In this way, you can slowly wean your students away from relying on the pictures to understand and read the words. Looking for more I have Who has activities? Click here to see more!
kinneybrothers
ESL Games - Insect I Have Who Has Activity

ESL Games - Insect I Have Who Has Activity

This set of “Insect I Have, Who Has" uses a base vocabulary of 25 words. There are two 25-card sets and an Insect Chart perfect for posting in students' notebooks. This is a great game for students to practice reading, listening, and speaking! “I Have, Who Has” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. Check out more fun with bugs from Kinney Brothers Publishing! Insect Bingo Insect Flash Cards Insect Chart
kinneybrothers
ESL Games - Food - I Have Who Has Activity Set

ESL Games - Food - I Have Who Has Activity Set

This set of “Food I Have, Who Has" uses a base vocabulary of 40 words. There are two 25-card sets and a Food Chart perfect for posting in students' notebooks. This is a great game for students to practice reading, listening, and speaking! “I Have, Who Has” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. Here are some more delicious food resources! Food Chart Food Bingo Food Flash Cards Digital Food Bingo on Google Slides
kinneybrothers