AQA A level, Modern Britain, Thatcher victory and opposition

AQA A level, Modern Britain, Thatcher victory and opposition

This is the first three lessons which cover the AQA Modern Britain syllbabus, the impact of Thatcherism. There is an introduction to Thatcher as a leader which deals with ideology and the second lesson explores why Thatcher was victorious in the 1983 and 1987 elections. The third lesson examines why Thatcher was successful by analyising the divided opposition. There are printed notes with each lesson and hyperlinked clips throughout.
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Formale o Informale (Familiar vs Formal in Spanish) Nametag activity

Formale o Informale (Familiar vs Formal in Spanish) Nametag activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and él vs ella. May be used with many lessons: · Buenos días vs hola · ¿Cómo estás? vs ¿Cómo está? · ¿Cómo te llamas? vs ¿Cómo se llama usted? · Te / Le presento a · él / ella se llama · ¿De dónde eres? vs ¿De dónde es usted? · adiós vs chau Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
Formale o Informale (Familiar vs Formal in Italian) Nametag activity

Formale o Informale (Familiar vs Formal in Italian) Nametag activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and lui vs lei. May be used with many lessons: · buon giorno vs salve · come stai vs Come sta · Come ti chiami vs Lei come si chiama · ti / le presento · lui / lei si chiama · arrivederla vs arrivederci / ciao Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
IB MYP 3  Mathematics Criteria B, C and D Assessment

IB MYP 3 Mathematics Criteria B, C and D Assessment

IB MYP 3; Grade 8 Assessment for Criteria B:- Investigating Patterns Criteria C;- Communicating Criteria D:- Applying Mathematics to Real Life context Units mainly covered are:- Numbers:- Negative Numbers and Number operations Numbers:- Ratios ( two different assessment Tasks) Geometry:- Pi Investigations and Linear graphs Algebra;- Algebraic rules Probability:- tHe roulette Wheel These resources are meant to assist IB teacher teaching MYP 2 to have ideas of great assessment tasks and how Rubric is adapted to suit these assessment tasks. Some of the tasks have Task specific rubric for easier grading
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Förmlich oder Vertraut (Familiar vs Formal in German) Nametag activity

Förmlich oder Vertraut (Familiar vs Formal in German) Nametag activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and er vs sie. May be used with many lessons: · Guten Tag vs Hallo · Wie geht’s vs Wie geht es Ihnen · Wie heißt du vs Wie heißen Sie · er / sie heiße · Auf Wiedersehen vs Tschüss Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
Formel ou Familier (Formal vs Familiar in French) Nametag activity

Formel ou Familier (Formal vs Familiar in French) Nametag activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and il vs elle. May be used with many lessons: · bonjour vs salut · Ça va vs Comment allez-vous · Comment t’appelles-tu vs Comment vous appelez-vous · Je te / vous présente · il / elle s’appelle · Quel âge as-tu vs Quel âge avez-vous · Où habites-tu vs Où habitez-vous · D’où es-tu vs D’où êtes-vous · Au revoir vs salut Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
Formal ou Informal (Familiar vs Formal in Portuguese) Nametags activity

Formal ou Informal (Familiar vs Formal in Portuguese) Nametags activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and ele vs ela. May be used with many lessons: · Buenos días vs Olá · Como estás vs Como está · Como te chamas vs Como você se chama · ele / ela se chama · De onde você é vs De onde tu és · Quantos anos você tem vs Quantos anos tu tens · Adeus vs Tchau Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling

An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling

We look at three key quotes from the pivotal character of Arthur Birling from JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. Helpful revision for GCSE and KS3 students analysing this classic play.
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An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling

An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling

I’m an experienced English teacher and I run through some key quotes from Mrs Birling, analysing her language used and the type of character she is presented as. A key character from An Inspector Calls and a fascinating character to analyse.
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Model Answer: Priestley's Intentions in 'An Inspector Calls'

Model Answer: Priestley's Intentions in 'An Inspector Calls'

A detailed model answer discussing how far Priestley’s fulfills his intentions in ‘An Inspector Calls’. This allows students to understand how to structure their arguments to achieve full marks. At the end of the essay is the mark as well as a detailed comment analysing the student’s strengths and weaknesses. This enables students to understand what parts of the essay have been so successful. This resource has been written for AQA, but will be useful to all students studying ‘An Inspector Calls’. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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An Inspector Calls - Key Quotes

An Inspector Calls - Key Quotes

I’m an experienced English teacher that loves discussing interpretations of texts. In this video I choose three key scenes from each major character in JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls and analyse the use of language in each one.
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Model Answer: The Importance of Eva Smith in 'An Inspector Calls'

Model Answer: The Importance of Eva Smith in 'An Inspector Calls'

detailed model answer discussing how Priestley presents the importance of Eva Smith in ‘An Inspector Calls’. This allows students to understand how to structure their arguments to achieve full marks. At the end of the essay is the mark as well as a detailed comment analysing the student’s strengths and weaknesses. This enables students to understand what parts of the essay have been so successful. This resource has been written for AQA, but will be useful to all students studying ‘An Inspector Calls’. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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Who's for the Game? - Assessment and Follow-up

Who's for the Game? - Assessment and Follow-up

Four lessons preparing students for an assessment on Jessie Pope’s ‘Who’s for the Game?’ Model analysis and model answers included to help students prepare for an assessment focusing on context and language analysis. Follow-up lesson encourages students to reflect on and improve their work. Suitable for higher ability KS3 or mid- to lower-ability KS4.
louisegill21
Song Lyrics - Poetry

Song Lyrics - Poetry

Introduction to poetry and language features using Eminem’s Lose Yourself (clean version) as a stimulus. Also includes a matching game for students to complete. Suitable for higher ability KS3 or mid- to lower-ability KS4. Model answer, scaffolding/sentence starters included.
louisegill21
Write An Article Persuading People To Get A Pet (7-13 years)

Write An Article Persuading People To Get A Pet (7-13 years)

9 pages Write To Persuade People To Get A Pet Read the information leaflet about getting a pet. The child is asked to write their own version, persuading pet lovers to get a kitten. They can use the prompts to help them get started. They must remember to use good adjectives in their description, to use alliteration and repetition of initial letter sounds, to form persuasive phrases like ‘cutest cuddliest kitten…’ Next, the child should read ‘New Home’ and write their own persuasive appeal, encouraging people to give money to a charity that helps sick or abandoned animals. This series provides prompts to encourage children to write. It provides starting points, to encourage even the most reluctant writers. Written in a lively magazine style format, each pack provides a step by step guide to teach children how to plan and write an animal themed story. The packs also provide starting points to write e-mails, letters, play scripts, diaries, reports and other non fiction texts. The child will learn writing techniques; simple, compound and complex sentences, connectives and spelling, punctuation and grammar tips. There is an emphasis on improving vocabulary - looking at lots of better word choices: harder adjectives, more powerful verbs and adverbs. This series is recommended for use with children between the ages of 7-11 and provides writing practice for those children preparing to take 11+ examinations or S.A.T.s. The packs will also benefit children with special needs, or where English is a second language.
guineapigeducation
Edexcel B GCSE Geography Topic 5 The UK's Evolving Human Landscape SOL

Edexcel B GCSE Geography Topic 5 The UK's Evolving Human Landscape SOL

Included in this bundle is: 16 hours worth of lesson material for topic 5. A topic checklist for students to track progress and prioritise revision. Extensive knowledge organiser for revision purposes written using both published textbooks and the specification. Lesson powerpoints that cover the entire specification for this extensive topic including images, key questions, “geog your memory” starter recap questions, suggestions for homeworks, plenaries and embedded videos (if there are any problems with these let me know - there shouldnt be). No part of the specification is left out. Printable and editable worksheets. Complete scaffolding for 8 mark exam questions/assessments ***** Please note: Students will need to have access to the green Oxford textbook (with the big cat silhouette on) for some of the tasks. Any issues or questions please let me know and I will do my best to resolve them.
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Word Forms Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Word Forms Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Word Forms Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Word Forms Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Write An Imaginary Interview With An Animal (7-13 years)

Write An Imaginary Interview With An Animal (7-13 years)

7 pages Imagine That Animals Can Talk: Write An Interview Between Two Animals Read the interviews with Monster the dog and Millie the cat. Ask the child to add to it. They can then write their own interview between two animals. This series provides prompts to encourage children to write. It provides starting points, to encourage even the most reluctant writers. Written in a lively magazine style format, each pack provides a step by step guide to teach children how to plan and write an animal themed story. The packs also provide starting points to write e-mails, letters, play scripts, diaries, reports and other non fiction texts. The child will learn writing techniques; simple, compound and complex sentences, connectives and spelling, punctuation and grammar tips. There is an emphasis on improving vocabulary - looking at lots of better word choices: harder adjectives, more powerful verbs and adverbs. This series is recommended for use with children between the ages of 7-11 and provides writing practice for those children preparing to take 11+ examinations or S.A.T.s. The packs will also benefit children with special needs, or where English is a second language.
guineapigeducation
Reported Speech Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Reported Speech Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Reported Speech Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Reported Speech Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Regret Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Regret Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Regret Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Regret Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Romeo and Juliet Scheme of work

Romeo and Juliet Scheme of work

Full scheme of work introducing students tp ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Suitable for higher ability KS3 or mid-ability KS4. Scheme of work focuses on introducing characters, context, key scenes and language analysis skills. Five weeks contains 22 lessons including assessments based on previous AQA GCSE English Literature questions. Ideas for homework also included along with a booklet, which when printed, accompanies each lesson with scenes and model answers etc.
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Present Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Present Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Imagine That You Write For A Pet Problem Page In A Magazine (7-13 years)

Imagine That You Write For A Pet Problem Page In A Magazine (7-13 years)

7 pages Imagine That You Write For A Pet Problem Page In A Magazine Read the letters on the problem page, written by Raj, the vet. Look at the words he uses to reply - ‘your cat’, ‘I suggest’, ‘would cheer him up…’ Now, ask the child to write a reply to ‘concerned cat lover’ offering more advice. Next, the child should write to Raj about a pet (or a wild animal like a squirrel). They can ask his advice about something that is bothering them, concerning their animals welfare. This series provides prompts to encourage children to write. It provides starting points, to encourage even the most reluctant writers. Written in a lively magazine style format, each pack provides a step by step guide to teach children how to plan and write an animal themed story. The packs also provide starting points to write e-mails, letters, play scripts, diaries, reports and other non fiction texts. The child will learn writing techniques; simple, compound and complex sentences, connectives and spelling, punctuation and grammar tips. There is an emphasis on improving vocabulary - looking at lots of better word choices: harder adjectives, more powerful verbs and adverbs. This series is recommended for use with children between the ages of 7-11 and provides writing practice for those children preparing to take 11+ examinations or S.A.T.s. The packs will also benefit children with special needs, or where English is a second language.
guineapigeducation
Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Passive versus Active Voice Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Passive versus Active Voice Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Passive versus Active Voice Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Passive versus Active Voice Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Never Let Me Go - Characterisation of Tommy!

Never Let Me Go - Characterisation of Tommy!

This engaging and informative lesson enables students to make clear, detailed and well-informed interpretations of Tommy’s characterisation in ‘Never Let Me Go.’ In particular, students develop their understanding of how his character is introduced and developed, drawing on a varied range of textual evidence from across the novel, before demonstrating their understanding of how the character reflects Ishiguro’s intentions. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: Reading an extract detailing Tommy’s introduction in the novel and answering comprehension questions about the initial portrayal of his character; Reading around quotations in order to track how Tommy’s characterisation is developed over the course of the novel; Understanding how Tommy reflects Ishiguro’s key meanings and ideas; Using their deep understanding of Tommy’s character to write a diary entry from his viewpoint; Peer assessing each other’s learning attempts. Included is: Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; Quote Interpretation worksheet; Selected extract (from chapter 1); Diary writing succcess criteria; Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, speaking and listening, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. I originally used these resources with year 10 and 11 classes, however colleagues have used them for between year 9 and year 13 with some adaptations. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.
TandLGuru
Invent A Product For A Pet (7-13 years)

Invent A Product For A Pet (7-13 years)

7 pages Invent A Product For A Pet Firstly, the child is asked to invent a new food for their pet and then to invent a weird and wacky product for their pet to use. They can use the ideas provided to help them. Ask the child to draw their invention, to label its main features and to describe how it work and why it is unique. This series provides prompts to encourage children to write. It provides starting points, to encourage even the most reluctant writers. Written in a lively magazine style format, each pack provides a step by step guide to teach children how to plan and write an animal themed story. The packs also provide starting points to write e-mails, letters, play scripts, diaries, reports and other non fiction texts. The child will learn writing techniques; simple, compound and complex sentences, connectives and spelling, punctuation and grammar tips. There is an emphasis on improving vocabulary - looking at lots of better word choices: harder adjectives, more powerful verbs and adverbs. This series is recommended for use with children between the ages of 7-11 and provides writing practice for those children preparing to take 11+ examinations or S.A.T.s. The packs will also benefit children with special needs, or where English is a second language.
guineapigeducation
Linking Words and Connectors Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Linking Words and Connectors Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Linking Words and Connectors Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Linking Words and Connectors Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Future Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Future Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Present Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Present Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Present Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Present Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Possibility Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Possibility Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Possibility Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Possibility Modals Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Past Simple with Used To Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Simple with Used To Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Simple with Used To Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Simple with Used To Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Factors and Prime Factors

Factors and Prime Factors

These resources are suitable for KS2/KS3 and vary in difficulty. There are four worksheets and solutions are included. The vibrant art work invites the student to practise these number skills and the absence of written instructions adds to the development of problem solving. We hope you enjoy these factor worksheets!
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Past Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Perfect Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Past Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Past Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Continuous Tense Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Remains context

Remains context

Full lesson that introduces students to AQA Anthology poem ‘Remains’ by Simon Armitage. Suitable for Y9 students or lower ability Y10 students.
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War Horse – Michael Morpurgo  Reading Comprehension (Ch1-11) 122 VIPERs / SATs style questions

War Horse – Michael Morpurgo Reading Comprehension (Ch1-11) 122 VIPERs / SATs style questions

War Horse – Michael Morpurgo (2017 edition publication) Part 1 (Ch1-11) Reading Comprehension Questions Vipers KS2 KS3 Reading comprehension questions following the ‘VIPERS’ format (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explanation, Retrieval, Summarise) ideal for SATs preparation, whole class KS2 reading sessions as well as KS3 English lessons. Full set of VIPERS questions for each chapter with 122 questions in all with accompanying answers! Also fantastic for history lessons or as part of commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1.
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Modals of Obligation, Necessity and Prohibition Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Modals of Obligation, Necessity and Prohibition Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game

Modals of Obligation, Necessity and Prohibition Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Modals of Obligation, Necessity and Prohibition Spanish Chutes and Ladders Board Game. How to Play It: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. How to Score It: If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn. If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again. Have Students spell the words for an extra challenge! Note: Incorrect answers do not count with ladders. Notes: An answer key and instructions are included on page 2. Paper markers and dice are included on page 3. All Spanish chutes and ladders board games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “News Media Chutes & Ladders Board Game” English sample to try one out. Look for this game in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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