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Characters Journey Map - Brer Rabbit & Leon and the Place Between.

Characters Journey Map - Brer Rabbit & Leon and the Place Between.

This resource is a Characters Journey Map, the children have to describe the characters thoughts and feelings throughout the story. These character journey maps are differentiated. They are great for a reading phase as the children can reflect on a characters thoughts and feelings throughout the story. Edit them to suite your lessons/book.
Cybertism
Disney SPaG (English spelling, punctuation and grammar taught using Disney films)

Disney SPaG (English spelling, punctuation and grammar taught using Disney films)

A variety of engaging English lessons focusing on different aspects of spelling, punctuation and grammar using Disney films. Language skills include speech marks, paragraphing, tense, spellings, adverbs, brackets, apostrophes for possession and omission, hyphens, dashes and verbs. Lessons include differentiation opportunities, a range of activities for different learning styles and resources which can have application for Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.
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Analysing Character Development in Fiction  KS2 KS3 Lower Ability KS4

Analysing Character Development in Fiction KS2 KS3 Lower Ability KS4

Suitable for KS2, KS3 and lower ability KS4 VERSATILE—SUITS ANY FICTION Encourages evaluative thinking Encourages knowledge of character development Encourages evidence finding skills Encourages comparison of character across or within texts Encourages knowledge of character beliefs, qualities, world views and values Includes: Worksheet template Partial worked example of a KS3 novel to exemplify how the activity can be used Certificate for students to award once they’ve evaluated the character developments Follow up activity to encourage AO1 informed personal response and evidence and AO4 quality of expression. The ‘BEFAFTAS’ Awards Activities for Charting Character Development A light-hearted but fully effective set of activities that take some of the ‘grind’ out of tracing character development. This activity is like an award for an aspect of a character that changed the most dramatically from the before (the start of the story) to the after (the end of the story) the ‘BEFAFTA’ Award. Or, you could compare which character out of all the characters in a novel or fiction changed the most over the course of a story to ascertain who wins the ‘BEFAFTA’ Story-Lifetime Achievement Award!
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The Easter Story Writing PACK

The Easter Story Writing PACK

Resources for writing the story of Easter. Use the detailed PowerPoint to introduce the Easter Story and then choose from the variety of booklets and writing sheets to retell it. Great for Talk 4 Writing activities. Suitable for Early Years, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2. Pack includes: More detailed PowerPoint with 9 colourful slides. Writing sheets - 2 x one page versions and 2 x two page versions. Writing booklets - 5 different versions depending on what parts of the story you want to children to focus on. 2 word mats - simple and more detailed. Resources available to buy separately The Easter Story PowerPoint - more detailed version The Easter Story Writing Sheets The Easter Story Writing Booklets The Easter Story Word Mats Other Easter resources also available The Easter Story PowerPoint - simple version <b><i>Check out more resources at</i></b> Fairy does it! Teaching Resources
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The Easter Story Easy Writing PACK

The Easter Story Easy Writing PACK

Easter Story resources to introduce the story, retell it and write it. Use the PowerPoint to introduce the Easter Story and then use the variety of visual prompts as aids for retelling verbally and written. Great for Talk 4 Writing activities. Suitable for Early Years and Key Stage 1. Pack includes: Simple PowerPoint with 9 colourful slides. 2 story maps in colour and black and white Writing sheets - 2 x one page versions and 2 x two page versions. 2 word mats - simple and more detailed. Resources available to buy separately The Easter Story PowerPoint - simple version Tell Me a Story - Story Maps for the Easter Story The Easter Story Writing Sheets The Easter Story Word Mats Other Easter resources available The Easter Story PowerPoint - more detailed version The Easter Story Colouring Sheets The Easter Story - Retell the Story Picture Cards <b><i>Check out more resources at</i></b> Fairy does it! Teaching Resources
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World Book Day: Guess the book from the image - book hunt

World Book Day: Guess the book from the image - book hunt

This is a selection of 20 images from literature. This could be used in class, tutor time or around the school. I am posting the pictures round school and students then complete a quiz sheet with the answers and the student with the highest score gets a prize. Answers included on each slide. Aimed at a whole range of abilities but could easily pick out easier or more challenging ones for your class.
Rhic87
“The All-American Slurp” Multiple-Choice Reading Comprehension Quiz/Test

“The All-American Slurp” Multiple-Choice Reading Comprehension Quiz/Test

This 47-question multiple-choice reading test/quiz on “The All-American Slurp” by Lensey Namioka has questions from different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). It will test students’ literal and interpretive understanding of the story, characterization, point of view, making inferences, vocabulary, literary devices, and figurative language. Questions are modeled after standardized tests (SAT, ACT, and state tests) and are spaced 1.5 lines apart for comfortable reading. Includes link to free file of the text so each student can get their own copy to annotate. Answer key included. Feedback is always welcomed and appreciated! Editable MS Word Doc. This lesson is student-centered, meaning: –it allows you to become a facilitator! –happier teachers! –happier students! –happier administrators!
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The Easter Story BUNDLE

The Easter Story BUNDLE

Everything you need to teach the story of Easter. Use the PowerPoint(s) to introduce the Easter Story and help children retell the story verbally and/or written using the variety of visual prompts, writing sheets and activities. Great for Talk4writing activities. Suitable for Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Bundle includes: Simple PowerPoint with 9 colourful slides. More detailed PowerPoint with 9 colourful slides. 11 colouring sheets in landscape and portrait. 2 story maps in colour and black and white 10 picture cards provided as 2 per page, 4 per page or 8 per page. Writing sheets - 2 x one page versions and 2 x two page versions. Writing booklets - 5 different versions depending on what parts of the story you want to children to focus on. 2 word mats - simple and more detailed. Resources available to buy separately The Easter Story PowerPoint - simple version The Easter Story PowerPoint - more detailed version The Easter Story Colouring Sheets Tell Me a Story - Story Maps for the Easter Story The Easter Story - Retell the Story Picture Cards The Easter Story Writing Sheets The Easter Story Writing Booklets The Easter Story Word Mats <b><i>Check out more resources at</i></b> Fairy does it! Teaching Resources
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Touching the Void Language Analysis - GCSE English Language Paper 2 Q2 (PowerPoint + annotations)

Touching the Void Language Analysis - GCSE English Language Paper 2 Q2 (PowerPoint + annotations)

A collection of resources on analysing language for the paper 2 non-fiction exam. This question uses an extract from ‘Touching the Void’ and uses the question, HOW DOES JOE SIMPSON MAKE THE EXTRACT TENSE AND DRAMATIC?’ I have included the 82 slide PowerPoint, extract annotations and the extracts themselves. The following is covered: Model answer Language analysis Group activities Lecturer exam paper annotations and comments Examiner insight Modern, fun and dynamic images to help analyse the text. Connotation advice Answer Structure Exemplar work
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