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Roald Dahl Children's Book Quiz - Ideal for Roald Dahl Day in September

Roald Dahl Children's Book Quiz - Ideal for Roald Dahl Day in September

A short quiz on Roald Dahl’s children books with sample slides taken from a bumper 100 question quiz. See below for details. Roald Dahl’s Children’s Books – 100 Question Interactive Quiz A highly visual, fully editable and interactive, 100 question power point quiz on Roald Dahl’s children’s books and includes questions on Matilda, The BFG, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Danny Champion of the World, Fantastic Mr Fox, George’s Marvellous Medicine, The Twits, Boy, The Giraffe, Pelly and Me, The Enormous Crocodile, The Magic Finger and The Witches. It is an ideal resource for an assembly, a lesson or with a tutor group, particularly on World Book Day or on Roald Dahl Day in September. The quiz contains 100 questions with multiple choice answers. It can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the Roald Dahl image on each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is also provided. Sample questions: 1. In which book is this quote from ‘If you are good, life is good?’ 2. Charlie is the last person to find a golden ticket in ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.’ Who was the third? 3. In ‘James and the Giant Peach’ James is forced to go and live with his aunts after his parents are killed. What were his parents killed by? 4. In ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ who runs the chocolate factory? 5. What are the evil creatures that Charlie Bucket meets in ‘Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator?’ More Roald Dahl Resources Roald Dahl Lesson / Assembly Presentation An informative and interesting 80 slide assembly/lesson PowerPoint on the life and work of Roald Dahl. This resource includes references to His birthplace and parentage His education and schooling His career - RAF fighter pilot His family References and excerpts to his works His likes, dislikes, interests and hobbies His imaginative and fun use of language and wordplay Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful

By Krazikas

Section B: Fill the GAPS (EDITABLE)- for AQA Language Paper 1 and 2 Poster

Section B: Fill the GAPS (EDITABLE)- for AQA Language Paper 1 and 2 Poster

Section B: Fill the GAPS Poster Designed as a method of preparation and planning for AQA Language Paper 1 and 2 for Section B (Question 5) THIS IS THE EDITABLE VERSION. For the PDF non-editable version see my other resources. Used effectively with students from Year 9-11 with various abilities. Used to ensure students read the question thoroughly and answer it to the full extent of the markscheme. This method has been used for both Paper 1 (creative) and Paper 2 (persuasive). Two are provided: one simplified one, one with details and examples. I would recommend using the first one on a wall, the second as a 1/2 page handout. Apologies for the watermarks, but as my resources have been ripped from the samples and resold by others on TES, all previews will have watermarks. Thankyou in advance for your understanding. Once downloaded, just print the second, non-watermarked page. If you wish to leave a rating please do, but please include an 'EBI' so I can improve my resources in future! Thankyou :)

By jessicaedwards07

Section B: Fill the GAPS- for AQA Language Paper 1 and 2 Poster

Section B: Fill the GAPS- for AQA Language Paper 1 and 2 Poster

Section B: Fill the GAPS Poster Designed as a method of preparation and planning for AQA Language Paper 1 and 2 for Section B (Question 5) Used effectively with students from Year 9-11 with various abilities. Used to ensure students read the question thoroughly and answer it to the full extent of the markscheme. This method has been used for both Paper 1 (creative) and Paper 2 (persuasive). Two are provided: one simplified one, one with details and examples. I would recommend using the first one on a wall, the second as a 1/2 page handout. Apologies for the watermarks, but as my resources have been ripped from the samples and resold by others on TES, all previews will have watermarks. Thankyou in advance for your understanding. Once downloaded, just print the second, non-watermarked page. If you wish to leave a rating please do, but please include an 'EBI' so I can improve my resources in future! Thankyou :)

By jessicaedwards07

Holes SOW - new AQA specs

Holes SOW - new AQA specs

Scheme of work for Holes. Aimed at year 8s, but adaptable for all KS3. Homework for 7 weeks, extra resource ideas for the end and assessment questions. Aimed at meeting the new AQA assessment objectives, including AO3

By hpage05

A Christmas Carol: The Ghost of Christmas Past!

A Christmas Carol: The Ghost of Christmas Past!

This engaging and informative lesson students to make insightful and developed interpretations of The Ghost of Christmas Past in Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol.’ In particular, they explore the ghost’s physical appearance, actions, and mannerisms, and analyse the extent to which the ghost symbolises the power of memories. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: - Reading and understanding the key plot elements of stave 2 - in which The Ghost of Christmas Past appears; - Identifying and exemplifying the key features of the ghost, including its appearance, actions, and mannerisms; - Analysing the extent to which the ghost represents the power of memories; - Peer assessing each other's learning attempts. Included is: - Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; - Extract - Chapter 2 of A Christmas Carol; - Features of The Ghost of Christmas Past Worksheet (and completed answer sheet for teachers); - Analysis template with success criteria for creating well-structured responses; - Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. This was originally taught to mixed ability year 10 groups, but can easily be differentiated for groups of different ages and abilities. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.

By TandLGuru

Animal Farm Knowledge Quiz

Animal Farm Knowledge Quiz

This booklet contains quizzes on many areas of the text such as the plot, themes and many more. It is useful to consolidate your knowledge and also find out gaps of your knowledge and targets you to revise on those specific areas.

By saishakthi2007

The History Boys Knowledge Quiz

The History Boys Knowledge Quiz

This booklet contains quizzes on many areas of the text such as the plot, themes and many more. It is useful to consolidate your knowledge and also find out gaps of your knowledge and targets you to revise on those specific areas.

By saishakthi2007

A Christmas Carol: The Context of Victorian Britain!

A Christmas Carol: The Context of Victorian Britain!

This engaging and informative lesson students to make sustained and developed links between Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and its social and historical context. In particular, students learn about the harsh treatment of the poor in Victorian society, the selfishness and cruelty of those in power, and attitudes towards sin, religion, and the supernatural. The lesson explores how Dickens explores these ideas through the allegorical nature of the text. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: - Understanding key information about Charles Dickens, his life, and influences; - Researching and sharing key contextual understanding about the rich, poor, healthcare, and religion in the 19th Century; - Reading Stave 1 of 'A Christmas Carol' and identifying evidence of contextual influences; - Analysing how Dickens presents his views about the cruelty of 19th Century life through the opening of the text; - Peer assessing each other's learning attempts. Included is: - Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; - Extract - Chapter 1 of A Christmas Carol; - Template for researching 19th Century life (and completed answer sheet for teachers); - Analysis template with success criteria for creating well-structured responses; - Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. This was originally taught to mixed ability year 10 groups, but can easily be differentiated for groups of different ages and abilities. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.

By TandLGuru

14 lessons plus assessment & resources on: The Gothic & AQA English Language Paper 1

14 lessons plus assessment & resources on: The Gothic & AQA English Language Paper 1

Fifteen lessons (incl. one assessment, also provided) based on introducing pupils to The Gothic genre which are suitable for KS3 or KS4 students. However, the lessons are also tailored towards teaching the necessary skills to answer Q1-4 of the AQA English Language Paper One (8700). These activities are easily tweaked to match other exam board specs. The lessons are well-prepared, and contain video stimulus, SPAG work, basic grammar, and structuring of responses. The genre conventions covered included the supernatural, science vs religion, femmes fatales, pathetic fallacy etc. This really is everything you need for a high ability Y9 group or any GCSE class.

By WutheringHemlock