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Year 2 Reading Comprehension Paper - Tim Berners-Lee

Year 2 Reading Comprehension Paper - Tim Berners-Lee

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2. It is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper and includes 3 differentiated levels. There are a range of 'what,' 'when,' 'where' and 'why' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. This comprehension is all about Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web. Perfect for cross-curricular English and History learning. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
blossomingminds
E-Safety Real life vs Online Primary School Assembly

E-Safety Real life vs Online Primary School Assembly

A role play of different scenarios that are the same in real life as they are online. Will the children react differently when they are online to real life? Should we actually be behaving in exactly the same way online as we do in real life? A thought provoking assembly that really hit home with the children.
samchislett
E-Safety Presentation (Primary Parents)

E-Safety Presentation (Primary Parents)

A presentation that covers multiple areas for parents. On the PPT there are notes for the speaker so this can literally be purchased and taken into a presentation (with a bit of practice!). The topics covered are: > General E-Safety > Hot topics at the moment > Best practice at home > What we should/shouldn't know > How to talk with children about e-safety > What we, as schools, are doing to help the children There is also an option for a Kahoot Quiz for the parents to do - link for this is in the word document.
samchislett
Staying Safe Online: Meet the Malwares

Staying Safe Online: Meet the Malwares

This resource was created by the Industry Trust and Into Film and is designed to help teach staying safe online across the 7 to 14 age range. The resource will develop learners' awareness and knowledge of malware and the associated dangers it has. It will also highlight the impact that content piracy and viruses have on the creative industries. This resource will: • Develop learners' understanding of malware and the harm it can cause • Demonstrate the cyber safety problems associated with pirate websites and viruses • Help learners develop an understanding about the impact of content piracy on the creative industries • Teach the importance of respecting copyright and the value of creative content The resource is based on an adapted version of the short information film, Meet the Malwares provided by Creative Content Australia, a not-for-profitorganization committed to raising awareness of the value of screen content and copyright and the impact of Piracy, and their accompanying education resource. This resource can be used and adapted to meet the needs of the learners and comprises of an accompanying Staying Safe Online: Meet the Malwares PowerPoint presentation including embedded clips, activity sheets and a handy glossary of the key terms to use in your classroom or club sessions. It has been designed to be followed sequentially, however you can cherry-pick activities to fit in with your teaching or requirements. There is a second version of the PowerPoint presentation with subtitled videos.
IntoFilm
KS2 / KS3 Scratch superunit - introduction and follow-up unit

KS2 / KS3 Scratch superunit - introduction and follow-up unit

This bundle contains two units of work for Scratch, including at least 14 lessons in total (some may take longer, depending on programming speed). It can be broken down into two units, or potentially completed in one go. I have completed these with the same students over two years - the introductory unit in Y5 and then the second unit in Y6. However, this could be used with older children with little Scratch experience. The lessons conatined are as follows: Unit 1 Introduction to Scratch - algorithms Joke - sequencing Disco - sequencing / iteration Etch-a-sketch - controlling sprites Maze - Selection / iteration Assessment Unit 2 Flowcharts - algorithms Chatbot - sequencing / selection Scrolling maze - variables Falling fruit - indefinite iteration / variables Breakout - Variables / subroutines Rock, Paper, Scissors - Definite iteration / subroutines Assessment
MrHawes8
KS2 / KS3 Scratch intermediate unit

KS2 / KS3 Scratch intermediate unit

This unit is designed to be used after the initial Scratch unit, and contains lessons on flowcharts, sequencing, selection, iteration, variables and subroutines. The games that will be made through this unit include: A chatbot A scrolling maze Falling Fruit game Breakout Rock, paper, scissors Following the flowcharts lesson, the students will complete the other lessons to create the above programs, and then finish with an assessment. The assessment says Y6 at the top as this was the year group I have used it with, but that is because my Y5s completed the introductory unit and so moved onto this in Y6. However, this could be used for KS2 or KS3, depending on programming and Scratch experience.
MrHawes8
KS2/KS3 Scratch Flowcharts / algorithms lesson

KS2/KS3 Scratch Flowcharts / algorithms lesson

This Powerpoint is designed for students who have completed a unit of Scratch before, and this would be the start of the second unit. The lesson introduces flowcharts and the students create a flowchart based on an algorithm given to them. This can be done on the computers, either using office or online. This could also be completed on paper if preferred.
MrHawes8
Internal Computer Components Wordsearch Sheet Keywords KS3 Settler Starter Cover Lesson ICT

Internal Computer Components Wordsearch Sheet Keywords KS3 Settler Starter Cover Lesson ICT

Wordsearch on the theme of 'Internal Computer Components'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Entire 6 lesson unit of work on making presentations (endangered animals)

Entire 6 lesson unit of work on making presentations (endangered animals)

In this unit of 6 lessons and 35 files, students will plan and create presentations about endangered animals. Students will explore the concept of ‘fitness for purpose’ when using images, text, colour and sound to enhance their presentation using sound, video and music. They will consider how to match and adapt their presentation to a given audience and purpose. Finally, they will evaluate the suitability of their work for different audiences and purposes. Easy to edit, add to or change. 13 page detailed scheme of work suitable for pros or cover staff.
stevejohnson12