Primary English language learning resources: history

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Saint George's Day Worksheet

Saint George's Day Worksheet

This is a worksheet in my patron saints series it talks about Saint George the Patron Saint of England. Aims of this lesson 1. To discuss something of topical or general interest 2. To read and understand an article 3. To learn new vocabulary 4. To provide a topic for research 5. To write a persuasive article about a topic

By sheilav

Y6 Writing Bundle

Y6 Writing Bundle

All planning needed for Y6 writing. For many of the units, the resources are included too (Activinspire flipcharts are used for lesson presentations). Many of the genres are based around a class novel. I used the planning in my current Y6 as follows: Aut 1: Narratives using 'Skellig' and WW1 Poetry using 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' Aut 2: Planning only Newspapers based on 'Kensuke's Kingdom' and persuasive writing Spring 1: Historical narratives and Diaries based on 'Once' Spring 2: Reports and Discussions based on 'Holes' Summer 1: Rap Poetry based on 'Coraline' Britain Since 1948 - SATs TA assessment unit Summer 2: The unforgotten Coat

By sophieharris36

Tutankhamun Activity

Tutankhamun Activity

Tutankhamun Activity – This is a perfect activity to introduce Egypt as a topic or to be used as a comprehension task. Activity has pupils reading text with challenging vocabulary and answering a series of question. Questions have a point value to encourage in-depth answers, copy of answers included. Suitable for Y6,7, 8

By Ralstead

A ppt about a trip to Hastings

A ppt about a trip to Hastings

For English language learners, ideal for any francophone pupils in year 7 or 8. The learning objectives are: to describe a trip, to use the future tense, a focus on historical facts, i.e. smuggling and the re-enactment of the battle of Hastings.

By esther30

Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age Reading Comprehension

Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age Reading Comprehension

Free for new buyers using code STARTJULY at checkout. Reading comprehension based on an information text about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. Great alongside the Stone Age to Iron Age topic or for a guided reading text! This pack contains the information text, two pages of questions, an additional challenge and an answer key. The questions are aimed at Year 3 and Year 4 but could be used by other year groups too. This is a useful resource for English lessons, guided reading, independent research or homework. Check out our other popular Stone Age resources: Skara Brae Reading Comprehension Pack Stone Age Boy Planning How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth Planning Stone Age to Iron Age Resource Pack Stone Age Planning Bundle

By KS2History

KS3: Introduction to 19th Century Literature

KS3: Introduction to 19th Century Literature

A bank of lessons and extracts that introduce Key Stage 3 to a variety of different 19th Century Literature texts. Designed with a top set year 8 class in mind. Draws heavily from the AQA material - look at this as either a time-saver or a starting point.

By streetno9

Board Game Templates

Board Game Templates

Five board game templates - make your own questions- plus suggestions on how to play and templates to laminate question cards. Hangman Find-A-Word Blockbusters BusyBee Snakes and Ladders These are a great keeper for end of topic revision, end of term fun days, fast finishers corner. Make your own questions to accompany the games or encourage the students to create their own. Suitable for ALL Key stages.

By LearnersLabyrinth