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Stick Puppet Templates – Party People

Stick Puppet Templates – Party People

10 boy/girl templates to make stick puppets. (5 boys and 5 girls). Students decide what sort of emotion they would like their person to have and draw the face accordingly (eg happy, excited, sad, surprised, angry …) If desired, your students could draw a different emotion on two of the templates (same person) and then stick them back to back with the craft stick in between. Then they can simply turn the puppet around during their performances to show a different emotion. Blank templates are also included for you to make additional characters/props. 2 sizes: ♦ Large – 4 per page ♦ Small – 9 per page A super-fun activity to encourage oral language development. Great for play based learning, drama activities, story retells, celebration days, etc ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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Zombies - Stick Puppet Templates

Zombies - Stick Puppet Templates

10 zombie boys/girls to make stick puppets. (5 boys and 5 girls). Provided in colour and black/white. Also included is a blank template to make additional characters/props. 2 formats for your printing convenience: ♦ 10 small zombie templates on one page (one of each character). ♦ 4 large zombie templates on one page (four different characters). A super-fun activity to encourage oral language development. Great for literacy centres, imaginative play, drama activities, story retells, etc. Perfect for Halloween fun. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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Prince and Princess - Stick Puppet Templates

Prince and Princess - Stick Puppet Templates

10 prince/princess templates to make stick puppets. 5 boys and 5 girls. Students decide what sort of emotion they would like their prince/princess to have and draw the face accordingly (eg happy, excited, sad, surprised, angry …) If desired, your students can draw a different emotion on two of the templates (same character) and then stick them back-to-back with the craft stick in between. Then they can simply turn the puppet around during their performances to show a different emotion. Also included is a blank template to make additional characters/props. 2 formats for your printing convenience: ♦ 5x princes on one page and 5 x princesses on one page ♦ six of the same prince/princess on each page. A super-fun activity to encourage oral language development. Great for literacy centres, imaginative play, drama activities, story retells, etc. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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Pirates - Stick Puppet Templates

Pirates - Stick Puppet Templates

10 pirate templates to make stick puppets. 5 boys and 5 girls. Students decide what sort of emotion they would like their pirate to have and draw the face accordingly (eg happy, excited, sad, surprised, angry …) If desired, your students could draw a different emotion on two of the templates (same pirate) and then stick them back to back with the craft stick in between. Then they can simply turn the puppet around during their performances to show a different emotion. Also included is a pirate captain (face already drawn) and a blank template to make additional pirates/props. 2 formats for your printing convenience: ♦ boy pirates + captain on one page / girl pirates + captain on one page. ♦ six of the same pirate on each page. A super-fun activity to encourage oral language development. Great for ‘Talk like a pirate day’. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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End of Year Quizzes

End of Year Quizzes

A variety of different quizzes. Can be used in any lesson as all answers are provided. Very interactive and fun whilst also being educational. Rounds include questions and pictures. Rounds include: logos, celebs, music, true or false, countries, capital cities and languages,

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Quiz

Quiz

End of term / year quiz. Contains a logo eight round quiz and an end of year quiz. Can be used over two lessons. Relevant throughout the year can be used as end of half term quiz also. Also contains two drama quizzes one written and one practical. Both are easy to follow and the written quiz has answers attached. A series of fun but educational quizzes.

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Writing Playscripts Lesson Bundle!

Writing Playscripts Lesson Bundle!

These engaging and detailed resources have been designed to make the writing of playscripts exciting, interesting, and easily accessible for all children. Throughout each lesson, students consider a different element of their writing (content, language, and structure) in order to produce imaginative and appropriate playscripts. Each lesson contains a comprehensive whole lesson PowerPoint, all the resources that you will need, and a detailed lesson plan. Included are the following lessons: 1. Writing Playscripts: Interesting Subject Matter 2. Writing Playscripts: Language and Devices 3. Writing Playscripts: Structure and Organisation All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint/ the bottom of worksheets.

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Writing Playscripts: Interesting Subject Matter!

Writing Playscripts: Interesting Subject Matter!

This stimulating and thought-provoking lesson enables students to create playscript texts containing appropriate and imaginative content choices, using knowledge of genre and narrative structure to form engaging subject matter. In particular, students learn how key features such as the setup, confrontation, and resolution, in addition to characters (such as heroes and villains) can aid the creation of original and engaging playscripts. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define and exemplify the different genres of playscripts; - Research and identify the key features of different genres; - Gaining an in-depth understanding of the narrative structure of playscripts; - Applying this understanding to popular playscripts, and then using this information to create their own playscripts; - Write their own playscripts, with interesting, varied, and appropriate subject matter; - Self/peer assess their playscript attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A helpful and well-structured research template; - A comprehensive planning sheet for designing their own playscripts; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

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Writing Playscripts: Language and Devices!

Writing Playscripts: Language and Devices!

This stimulating and thought-provoking lesson enables students to create playscript texts containing varied and imaginative dramatic language and devices, using techniques appropriately to engage audiences. In particular, students learn how key features such as dramatic irony, dramatic tension, pauses, hesitations, and stage directions can aid the creation of original and engaging playscripts. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define and exemplify the key language devices of playscripts; - Identify the key features within an extract of an existing playscript, commenting upon effect; - Gaining an in-depth understanding of the application of some of the more complicated language features; - Completing short, fun, application tasks to check their understanding; - Write their own playscripts, with accurate language and devices; - Self/Peer assess their playscript attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - An engaging and appropriate playscript extract to learn from; - Cards for the card-sorting task; - An analysis worksheet; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

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Writing Playscripts: Structure and Organisation!

Writing Playscripts: Structure and Organisation!

This stimulating and thought-provoking lesson enables students to create playscript texts containing appropriate and accurate structures, using rules and knowledge to accurately organise their ideas. In particular, students learn how key features such as character lists, stage directions, act/scene labelling, and character speech referencing enable playwrights to create clear and authentic playscripts. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define and exemplify the key structural devices of playscripts; - Identify the key features within an extract of an existing playscript, commenting upon organisation; - Gaining an in-depth understanding of the application of some of the more complicated structural features; - Completing short, fun, application tasks to check their understanding; - Write their own playscripts, with accurate structures; - Self/Peer assess their playscript attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - An engaging and appropriate Frankenstein extract; - An logical, informative checklist, that enables students to understand how to apply structural features; - A clear and helpful template; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

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