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Guided Reading: After Reading Fiction

Guided Reading: After Reading Fiction

A great activity for your students to complete after reading a fiction text. Nice link activity for Guided Reading or ‘stand alone’ worksheet. Appropriate for upper KS1 or KS2. PFD and Word documents attached so fully editable.
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Inferencing Activity

Inferencing Activity

A simple INFERENCING Activity Students to identify words or phrases in a text, guess the meaning of the word/phrase then find and draw the meaning. PDF and Word document attached (so fully editable).
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Questions to ask a PILOT!

Questions to ask a PILOT!

Why not invite a PILOT in to visit your class? I used this sheet when a PILOT visited the class last year. The children prepared 5 questions each and recorded their answers on the sheet. The children thoroughly the visit and it linked in well with their** ‘WRITING TO EXPLAIN’** work in English.
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Fruits Picture Scrambles

Fruits Picture Scrambles

Directions for use: The aim of this activity is for children to cut the pictures along the dotted lines, and then to order them correctly to spell a word. Children glue the pictures on the recording page provided and then write the word that they have built.
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Boy by Roald Dahl Observation Lesson

Boy by Roald Dahl Observation Lesson

This is a PowerPoint that I used with a mixed ability Year 7 group. This could also be used with a year 6 group in Primary. This is a lesson where students really enjoyed the mixture of many activities that get the best from students and is student-led. Included in PowerPoint: -Learning Outcomes -Starter -Reading -Q&A Session Matching Activity Plenary (1) Main Activity Plenary (2) Included in Bundle: -PowerPoint -Matching Activity (Extracts & Images)
tomgav
Hour and In Paris With You Poetry

Hour and In Paris With You Poetry

A PowerPoint that I made for my lower ability Year 10 GCSE group. There is a matching activity within the PowerPoint where students use the pictures to find the line or lines of the poem that relates to the picture. There are also opportunities to have your own questions depending on your group and an opportunity for students to practice their presentation skills.
tomgav
More personification generators: majestic mountains and creepy caves

More personification generators: majestic mountains and creepy caves

Two more dice-based personification generator activities - children use these to create stunning examples of personification about mountains or caves. Full lesson plan and powerpoint available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/personification-generator-use-personification-in-poetry-spooky-woods-and-spooky-buildings-dice-11885736
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