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Assembly Mega Pack

Assembly Mega Pack

An AMAZING set of assembly and lesson resources in the form of this great no-prep pack. 16 individual resources, ready to go!
studeapps
National Speech and Debate Day US

National Speech and Debate Day US

National Speech and Debate Day Assembly A visual, engaging and interactive assembly celebrating public speaking and debating. Explaining the history of this day, Friday 2nd March 2018, the importance of this day and how to celebrate it effectively. This 20 slide, fully editable and animated presentation takes the pupils through how to debate, the purposes of public speaking, famous speeches, famous speakers, famous debaters and famous debates. Highlights of this resource: Each section contains an equal balance of role models, including gender, race and era. Top quality open questions are provided throughout to encourage higher level thinking and discussion. It includes a model showing the essential cycle needed for debating. A copy of a speaking and listening success criteria for speaking and debating. A hyperlink to a famous debate. Ideas for celebrating this day. Many images and colours to keep the pupils entertained. All reviews welcome. You can find many more reliable and useful KS2 resources at my shop: <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/teachallenjoy”> Teachallenjoy </a> You might also be interested in: Whole School Speaking and Listening Success Criteria Discussion Text Week of English Planning and Resources Imitate Discussion Text Week of English Planning and Resources Invent
teachallenjoy
National Speech and Debate Day Assembly

National Speech and Debate Day Assembly

National Speech and Debate Day Assembly A visual, engaging and interactive assembly celebrating public speaking and debating. Explaining the history of this day, Friday 2nd March 2018, the importance of this day and how to celebrate it effectively. This 20 slide, fully editable and animated presentation takes the pupils through how to debate, the purposes of public speaking, famous speeches, famous speakers, famous debaters and famous debates. Highlights of this resource: Each section contains an equal balance of role models, including gender, race and era. Top quality open questions are provided throughout to encourage higher level thinking and discussion. It includes a model showing the essential cycle needed for debating. A copy of a speaking and listening success criteria for speaking and debating. A hyperlink to a famous debate. Ideas for celebrating this day. Many images and colours to keep the pupils entertained. All reviews welcome. You can find many more reliable and useful KS2 resources at my shop: <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/teachallenjoy”> Teachallenjoy </a> You might also be interested in: Whole School Speaking and Listening Success Criteria Discussion Text Week of English Planning and Resources Imitate Discussion Text Week of English Planning and Resources Invent
teachallenjoy
Lent and Easter Bundle

Lent and Easter Bundle

Lent Act of Collective Worship coupled with Easter Reflection Assembly. Complete with audio visual material and stimulus questions. Also includes SOLO Taxonomy assessment style activity to engage students about the relevance of Easter in their lives.
hundredacre15
Twelfth Night Presentation (Shakespeare) - KS1 & KS2

Twelfth Night Presentation (Shakespeare) - KS1 & KS2

A 24 page animated PowerPoint telling the story of the Twelfth Night. The story is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s play, suitable for ages 5 to 11. It could be used as part of a lesson or for an assembly for children aged 5 -11. Also perfect for using during Shakespeare Week in March.
blossomingminds
Important Words Assembly

Important Words Assembly

Assembly for infant classes based around important words. Words included are “Please,” “Thank You” and “Sorry.” Written for a Catholic School which is clear throughout.
njorourke
Friendship Assembly Script

Friendship Assembly Script

Assembly Script based around friendship, ideal for infant classes. Written for a Catholic School and so contains references to God and prayers.
njorourke
World Book Day / Book Week Activities

World Book Day / Book Week Activities

Here are some whole school activity ideas for book week. My favourite is the book cover quiz. Print the powerpoint, stick up the close ups of book covers on a display somwhere around school and get all classes to visit. They use the provided worksheets to record which book each close up is from (and author if they can). Just check with the answer sheet that you number the pictures of the close ups properly as there are differentiated KS1 and KS2 pictures. Also attached an activity where children discuss an illustration from a book :) Enjoy!
JennyHelmer
Romeo and Juliet Assembly - Following the Crowd Theme (Shakespeare)

Romeo and Juliet Assembly - Following the Crowd Theme (Shakespeare)

This is a plan for an assembly about why we shouldn’t always follow the crowd, with a focus on William Shakespeare’s play ‘Romeo and Juliet’. There is a PowerPoint included that tells the story of Romeo and Juliet. The plan is easy to follow and requires no resources, so is perfect for using at the last minute! I like leading assemblies that are interactive, engaging and relevant to the children’s lives. So this assembly not only uses the Shakespeare story to introduce the theme, but allows the leader to tell an anecdote linked to a school scenario. You can use the example in the plan or use an anecdote from your own childhood. There is a lot of opportunity for children to think about their own experiences and to feedback. There is also an example prayer/reflection to finish with. (The PowerPoint is also available separately.)
blossomingminds