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Black Panther Review Analysis

Black Panther Review Analysis

Language analysis activity using Blank Panther review. Students identify key features of a film review and the persuasive techniques used. PEE question is also included.
xxnats1989xx
ESL Conversation : Jobs/Work - Vocabulary

ESL Conversation : Jobs/Work - Vocabulary

Cards to trigger discussion about the topic of Work/Jobs, aimed at older students of at least an intermediate level. You could print them and cut out for work in class, but they are also ideal for teaching online! Also, your could use them in a PowerPoint presentation with the entire class! Included: - 1 Zip file containing 8 good looking conversation cards, with one question each. - 1 pdf file (A4) for printing and cutting out the cards (4 per page). > If there are any mistakes -I'm human :)- please contact me and I'll be happy to help. > If you enjoy one of my resources, I'd really appreciate it if you left a review :)
planwitheve
ESL Conversation: Conditional II - Have fun with these imaginative conversation cards!

ESL Conversation: Conditional II - Have fun with these imaginative conversation cards!

Set of 25 cards to trigger conversation and practise Past Simple. You could print them and cut out for work in class, but they are also ideal for teaching online! When working individually/online, a good idea is to number your cards and let the student/s pick/guess some of them to work with! You could also use them in a PowerPoint presentation with the entire class! Included: - 1 Zip file containing 25 fun looking conversation cards, with one question each - 1 pdf file (A4) for printing and cutting out the cards (4 per page) > If there are any mistakes -I'm human :)- please contact me and I'll be happy to help. > If you enjoy one of my resources, I'd really appreciate it if you left a review :)
planwitheve
Harry Potter Extract Analysis Lesson + Literacy

Harry Potter Extract Analysis Lesson + Literacy

Harry Potter Extract Analysis Lesson + Literacy An engaging, Harry Potter themed extract analysis lesson with literacy activities. Particularly suitable for student ages 9-13(UK, KS2-KS3) lower ability students, but lesson could be adapted to meet the needs of more able students. 21 page Power Point consisting of: * Title page * Starter task * Short question task * Reading task (you will need the book, Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban (though you could make to with any Harry Potter book. * Extract analyis, included * Writing task, with some support slides * Purple pen reflection time (if needed) * Draw and label task * Spelling test with answers (these can obviously be adapted to meet the needs of the class, but included are 10 spellings that my students needed support with) (* Short, Harry Potter word search An engaging series of lessons to use time and time again! Visit my shop for more great lessons and resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish (Images: wikipedia and copyright free to the best of my knowlege, cooltext.com.)
EngageinEnglish
Justice League cover/end-of-unit activity

Justice League cover/end-of-unit activity

An end-of-unit activity that could also work as cover work that I created for a mixed ability Year 9 EAL class. This forms part of their study of characterisation and renewal, and can be done alongside the Justice League movie, or very possibly without.
gudrunbjorg
GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (AQA)- p2 q3 OR Functional Skills - BIAS AND INFERENCE

GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (AQA)- p2 q3 OR Functional Skills - BIAS AND INFERENCE

This is a brilliant resource I have used with both GCSE and Functional English students to help them understand bias writing and inference. I have an FE background and so encouraged to embed English into other disciplines, this resource was initially used to teach dance students however I quickly found that students from almost any discipline responded to this resource and so its compatibility naturally grew. Therefore this resource can be used when teaching Paper 2 Question 3 with AQA GCSE English Language students or L2 FS. This resource uses a clip from Americas Best Dance Crew, this dance troop are diverse in culture, gender and age - as the youngest is only 15, knowing small details like this can help students confidence and can go a little way to helping to break down barriers of gender and culture. It also allows the teacher to expand on these ideas and themes if they so wanted to. This lesson uses group and team discussion, allows the students to share and build on their own ideas therefore encouraging independent discovery and learning and looks into biased writing, identifying biased language and phrases and ends with a final writing task of their own with a peer marking assessment. The identifying task is designed to challenge and there are words banks to support the weaker students. This resource can be altered and developed further to suit your course and / or students if desired. Hope it helps
namerased
Reading Comprehension - Korea

Reading Comprehension - Korea

I put this resource together as part of a package that I have created for the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. If you like this, and want more like it (with answers), then please take a look in my store. A BIT ABOUT ME Before teaching, I was a journalist. I still work as a freelance writer, and like nothing more than writing engaging texts to challenge and inspire children and young people. I choose subjects that may not be on the curriculum but are still of great importance for students to know about. Everything I write has been comprehensively researched from a number of sources and been written by myself. No plagiarism here! This is all original material. My questions are pitched at a high level, but with a bit of patience and persistence (and some adult help if necessary) most students will have great fun as they learn, especially as the penny drops I am aware of the impact of printed resources on our environment so try to condense my reading activities into as compact a space as possible. Hopefully this will help you save time in printing, and keep the bills down! Check out my store if you enjoy this – you’re sure to find more. Thanks!
Richardtownend1978
WINTER OLYMPICS 2018 - Reading comprehension and activity pack

WINTER OLYMPICS 2018 - Reading comprehension and activity pack

This package on the 2018 Winter Olympics is full of interesting facts, stories and statistics which will inspire and challenge your students through a range of Common Core-aligned reading activities. CONTENTS South Korea Comprehension questions based on South Korea, with a focus on its relationship with North Korea and some interesting facts about sweat and Gangnam Style! Sports of the Winter Olympics A guide to four prominent winter sports with some interesting questions based on photographs that refer to the text. American Medal Hopes A brief biography of four American medal prospects. As an activity, students have to match comments with the athletes, based on what they have learned from the text. History of Winter Olympics Tables and infographics containing statistics on where past games have been held and which nations and individuals have won the most medals. A series of number-based questions follow. Unlikely Olympic Heroes The wonderful stories of the Jamaican Bobsled team and Eddie the Eagle, who lit up the 1988 games in Calgary. Questions compare the stories, request students to identify the obstacles, and relate the stories to personal experience. A BIT ABOUT ME Before teaching, I was a journalist. I still work as a freelance writer, and like nothing more than writing engaging texts to challenge and inspire children and young people. I choose subjects that may not be on the curriculum but are still of great importance for students to know about. Everything I write has been comprehensively researched from a number of sources and been written by myself. No plagiarism here! This is all original material. My questions are pitched at a high level, but with a bit of patience and persistence (and some adult help if necessary) most students will have great fun as they learn, especially as the penny drops I am aware of the impact of printed resources on our environment so try to condense my reading activities into as compact a space as possible. Hopefully this will help you save time in printing, and keep the bills down! Check out my store if you enjoy this – you’re sure to find more. Thanks!
Richardtownend1978
Vocab: MOVIES! Find Someone Who!

Vocab: MOVIES! Find Someone Who!

Have your students interacting with one another in class! This is a fun Find Someone Who activity! Intermediate students will learn vocabulary about "movies" and, for higher levels, it's a great warm up activity! 2 printable PDFs included (Letter Size and A4 size) If you enjoy one of my resources, I'd really appreciate it if you left a review :)
planwitheve
Vocabulary: Shopping - Find Someone Who!

Vocabulary: Shopping - Find Someone Who!

Have your students interacting with one another in class! This is a fun Find Someone Who activity! Intermediate students will learn vocabulary about "shopping" and, for higher levels, it's a great warm up activity! 2 printable PDFs included (Letter Size and A4 size) If you enjoy one of my resources, I'd really appreciate it if you left a review :)
planwitheve
Batman Irregular Past Simple word search

Batman Irregular Past Simple word search

This is not only a word search. Pupils / Students will have to help Batman and Superman save Gotham City. In order to do so, they will have to find 15 verbs in the past simple in the grid and then write it down next to the verb which is at the infinitive. This activity will be differentiated in three different levels. There will also be an extension activity. An homework activity is also included within this resource. It is fun. It is easy to use and students loved it.
stephane_narcis1