This resource is a supporting statement I wrote when going for a job interview which I got. It was for a KS1 class with varying abilities.
You can change it to suit you and your skills/experiences but will be a good starting point to help you write your own.
This differentiated activity is for a mixed 1/2 class. They needed to order the instructions for making Gruffalo Crumble (found on Twinkl). The lower ability ordered the pictures, middle ability needed to draw the pictures and then highers need to draw and write a caption.
This can be adapted to either year 1 or year 2.
This resource is a great way to get kids passionate about their persuasive writing.
Looking at Water Aid TV adverts in order to determine which ones they find effective and why.
It included a checklist for persuasive writing and what needs to be included.
Tasks could include:
-writing a tv advert
-writing a letter to the government
This presentation provides one full week of learning about information reports and leads to students writing their own by Friday.
It looks at examples of information reports and gives the class opportunity to write one together.
Students will research, draft and produce an information report about a topic of their choice.
Please see my PREMIUM RESOURCES for the Marking Criteria and my FREE RESOURCES for the Scaffold.
Use these cards as a visual stimulus for your students to perform these exercises.
Use them as a cue card or put them around in a circular rotation and give them 1 minute to perform each and then rotate.