This is a display I put together some time ago. It is mean to be concise and quite visual. A brief summary of some of the most memorable inventions through time and History.
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Here’s a lesson I have put together for Black History Month addressing the lack of diversity in the Oscars.
After discovering some facts/numbers and reflecting on quotations, the pupils have to write out a letter to the Academy to persuade them to be more diverse and inclusive in the next nominations.
Here’s a whole week of lessons designed to kill two birds with one stone: study Jekyll & Hyde whilst also preparing the class for a Language Paper 1 assessment.
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Simply click on the slideshow then have the pupil press a button. It’s a nice way to encourage engagement or revise topics.
There are questions on:
Jekyll and Hyde
grammar and spelling
This is a lesson that was very successful with my KS4 to set expectations for their literature exam answers.
They came out feeling more confident with the task and what to improve in their own writing to achieve a higher level.
This is a lesson that I have used with my Year 7 to practise using the main punctuation marks and including them more systematically in their writing. The lesson includes references and names from Stevenson’s novel Kidnapped.
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Here is a lesson I have put together for my year 7 (although it can be used for all Key Stage 3)
It is about slowly building confidence and skills to write a compelling descriptive piece. Use the spinning wheel to write out a paragraph together as a class, then spin it again for independent writing.