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Specialist English language and EAL teacher. 10 years expert teaching experience. The best way and most fun to get across easy peasy to devilish grammar.

Specialist English language and EAL teacher. 10 years expert teaching experience. The best way and most fun to get across easy peasy to devilish grammar.
Adverbs and Fronted Adverbial phrases 101 for KS2 SATS

Adverbs and Fronted Adverbial phrases 101 for KS2 SATS

All you need to teach adverbs and fronted adverbials. Fun and Easy to teach. No planning required. This lesson plan contains all of the information you need to teach adverbs and fronted adverbials. Easy to follow slides. Print out to make worksheets/workbook. In line with the English National Curriculum. Years 3-6 Objectives covered: Understand that adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Create sentences using adverbs. Understand and use fronted adverbials.
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Conjunctions/ Connectives, Simple and Compound Sentences 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Conjunctions/ Connectives, Simple and Compound Sentences 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Easy to teach, no planning required. Teach Simple and Compound sentences with the conjunctions/connectives AND, OR, BUT, SO Easy to follow, fully editable PowerPoint. Print the pages you need to turn it into a workbook/ worksheets. Extensions and differentiation will stretch and challenge. Pupils will learn/WeAreLearningTo (WALT)/ LearningObjective(LO): I know that simple sentences have one subject and one verb. I know that compound sentences have two subjects and two verbs. I know that “and, or, but, so” are conjunctions. I can use conjunctions to connect two simple sentences to make a compound sentence.
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Apostrophes for Omission and Possession 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Apostrophes for Omission and Possession 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Easy to teach resource. No planning required. Everything you need to teach Apostrophes for Possession and Omission. Use slides, print out worksheets or use white boards. Ever wondered when to you its and it’s? Here’s the answer! Your pupils will never make a mistake with contractions or belongings again! Clear explanation of when to use apostrophes for singular and plural nouns. Links easily with the National Curriculum. Great for both native speakers and EAL pupils. Outcomes and Objectives I can recognise an apostrophe. I can create possessive nouns using apostrophes. I know how to use possessive apostrophes with plural nouns. I can omit letters using apostrophes (contractions). I can tell distinguish between an apostrophe being used for possession and one being used for omission. I can convert contracted words to their full form. I know that a contracted word is more informal. **FREE **Bonus lesson on Possessive Adjectives!
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Unseen Poetry Analysis and Interpretation. Figurative language: Personification for KS2/3 GCSE

Unseen Poetry Analysis and Interpretation. Figurative language: Personification for KS2/3 GCSE

Easy to teach resource which explains everything you need to know about the literary device “personification”. Specific focus on the poem “City Jungle” by Pie Corbett. Pupils will identify, analyse and create their poems using personification. No planning required. Entertaining and interactive lessons will engage your pupils and get them excited about poems and poetry! Peer or Self-assessment at the end of the unit.
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9 Amazing GRAMMAR Units 101 BUNDLE for KS1-3 SATS

9 Amazing GRAMMAR Units 101 BUNDLE for KS1-3 SATS

BUNDLE 9 Amazing grammar units. Everything you need for interactive, engaging and exciting teaching. No planning required. Just download and start teaching. From Adverbs to Conjunctions, your pupils will be writing with ease. Download today!
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Great Poetry Analysis Units BUNDLE for KS2/KS3

Great Poetry Analysis Units BUNDLE for KS2/KS3

Two great poetry poetry analysis units for upper KS2 and KS3. Easy to teach. No planning required. Teach personification with help from “City Jungle” by Pie Corbett and Unseen poems with help from “The Poison Tree” by William Blake. Great value for money. Download today and make teaching poetry easy, fun, and engaging. BONUS FCE Use of English Key Word Transformation practice and revision.
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FCE Cambridge Use of English Part 3: Key Word Transformation Practice and Revision

FCE Cambridge Use of English Part 3: Key Word Transformation Practice and Revision

FCE Cambridge Use of English Part 3: Key Word Transformation resource to support article: Skyscrapers? No, ‘water-scraper’! Easy to follow, engaging and easy to teach. No planning required! Excellent and diverse practice exercises with answers. Get your pupils ready for the Cambridge first certificate today! Use in conjunction with past paper FCE Use of English Part 3 which is available online. Skyscrapers? No, ‘water-scraper’!
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Conditional Sentences 101 for KS2 and KS3 SATS

Conditional Sentences 101 for KS2 and KS3 SATS

Perfect resource to teach conditional sentences. Contains whole unit of work for ZERO, FIRST, SECOND and THIRD conditionals. No planning required. Just open and teach. All materials included. Objectives/ Outcomes I can identify conditional sentences. I can tell you the structure and tense of a conditional sentence. I can create my own conditional sentences. I understand when I have to use the zero, first, second or third conditionals.
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Articles the, a, an 101 KS1 and KS2 SATS

Articles the, a, an 101 KS1 and KS2 SATS

Easy to teach lesson on Articles. No planning required. Everything your students need to know about a, an and the and when to use them. Objectives/Outcomes I can use articles correctly. I understand that articles are determiners. I know to use “a” before a consonant and “an” before a vowel.
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Creating questions, present continuous and present perfect with AUXILIARY VERBS 101 SATS KS2 KS3

Creating questions, present continuous and present perfect with AUXILIARY VERBS 101 SATS KS2 KS3

Everything you need to teach AUXILIARY VERBS. Easy to follow and teach with no planning required. Pupils will learn how to create questions, the present continuous and the present perfect using the auxiliary verbs to do, to be and to have. Great preparation for SATS and Cambridge English exams. Outcomes/ Objectives UNIT 1 I can identify the subject of a sentence. I can identify the main verb of a sentence. I can recognise the present continuous tense and tell you how to form it. I know that to BE can be used as an auxiliary verb. I can tell you when the verb to BE is used as an auxiliary verb and why. UNIT 2 I know that a question must have an auxiliary verb. I can create a question using the verb to DO. I know that if a statement does not have an auxiliary verb I must use the verb to DO in my question. I know that the verb to DO must match the tense of the original statement. I know that the structure of a sentence is A S M (auxiliary verb, subject, main verb). UNIT 3 I can recognise a sentence in the present continuous. I know that the present continuous is formed using the verb to BE and –ing and can write a sentence in the continous present. I know that I can use the auxiliary verb in a present continuous sentence to form a question. I know that the words “am, are, is” come from the verb to BE. I can change a statement in the present continuous to a question without using the verb to DO. I know and can show that “Is the dog barking loudly?” uses the correct structure for a question. UNIT 4 I know that I can use the auxiliary verb in a present continuous sentence to form a question. I know that the words “am, are, is” come from the verb to BE. I can change a statement in the present continuous to a question without using the verb to DO. I know and can show that “Is the dog barking loudly?” uses the correct structure for a question. I know that to DO, to BE and to HAVE can all be used as auxiliary verbs. I can recognise and use the present perfect. I can create questions using the verb to HAVE as an auxiliary. I can identify the structure of a question which uses to HAVE as the auxiliary. I know that to DO is used to create questions, to BE to create the present continuous and to HAVE to create the present perfect. I understand that to Do, to Be and to HAVE can also be used as main verbs
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Conjunctions/ Connectives, Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences 101 for KS2 SATS

Conjunctions/ Connectives, Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences 101 for KS2 SATS

Easy to teach resource covering clauses, simple, compound and complex sentences. Perfect for KS2. Includes all the most important connectives/conjunctions: and, or, but, so, because, although, after unless. New planning required! Great preparation for SATS! Children will be able to understand and create sentences with ease. Easily printable worksheets. Objectives and Outcomes: Identify clauses Identify and create simple sentences. Recognise and create compound sentences Use coordinating conjunctions. Recognise and create complex sentences. Use subordinating conjunctions.
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Modal Verbs 101 for KS2 SATS (can, would, should, might, may, could, ought to etc.)

Modal Verbs 101 for KS2 SATS (can, would, should, might, may, could, ought to etc.)

Easy to teach and no planning required! All you need to teach modal verbs. Grammar can be fun with this lesson. Step by step slides. Easy to follow. Quizes with answers can be printed out to use as worksheets or pupils can use whiteboards. FREE bonus “Where in the world?” game included. Perfect for both native speakers and EAL pupils. Links easily to the National Curriculum. Outcomes and Objectives: I understand that a modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb. I can recognise a modal verb. I can use a modal verb in a sentence. I know that modal verbs do not change depending on the person (I, you, he etc.) I understand and recognise when modal verbs are used to show certainty or possibility etc.
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Apostrophes for Omission and Possession 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Apostrophes for Omission and Possession 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Easy to teach resource. No planning required. Everything you need to teach Apostrophes for Possession and Omission. Use slides, print out worksheets or use white boards. Ever wondered when to you its and it’s? Here’s the answer! Your pupils will never make a mistake with contractions or belongings again! Clear explanation of when to use apostrophes for singular and plural nouns. Links easily with the National Curriculum. Great for both native speakers and EAL pupils. Outcomes and Objectives I can recognise an apostrophe. I can create possessive nouns using apostrophes. I know how to use possessive apostrophes with plural nouns. I can omit letters using apostrophes (contractions). I can tell distinguish between an apostrophe being used for possession and one being used for omission. I can convert contracted words to their full form. I know that a contracted word is more informal. **FREE **Bonus lesson on Possessive Adjectives!
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Adverbs and Fronted Adverbial phrases 101 for KS2 SATS

Adverbs and Fronted Adverbial phrases 101 for KS2 SATS

All you need to teach adverbs and fronted adverbials. Fun and Easy to teach. No planning required. This lesson plan contains all of the information you need to teach adverbs and fronted adverbials. Easy to follow slides. Print out to make worksheets/workbook. In line with the English National Curriculum. Years 3-6 Objectives covered: Understand that adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Create sentences using adverbs. Understand and use fronted adverbials.
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Conjunctions/ Connectives, Simple and Compound Sentences 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Conjunctions/ Connectives, Simple and Compound Sentences 101 for KS1 and KS2 SATS

Easy to teach, no planning required. Teach Simple and Compound sentences with the conjunctions/connectives AND, OR, BUT, SO Easy to follow, fully editable PowerPoint. Print the pages you need to turn it into a workbook/ worksheets. Extensions and differentiation will stretch and challenge. Pupils will learn/WeAreLearningTo (WALT)/ LearningObjective(LO): I know that simple sentences have one subject and one verb. I know that compound sentences have two subjects and two verbs. I know that “and, or, but, so” are conjunctions. I can use conjunctions to connect two simple sentences to make a compound sentence.
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Prefix secret maze game for KS2 and KS3

Prefix secret maze game for KS2 and KS3

Practice the prefix “dis-” with this Amazing maze. Individual or team game. An excellent way to making the tricky topic of prefixes fun! You and the kids can make your own versions if you ungroup the images. Instructions Split players into two teams. Teams take it in turns to roll the dice and move forward. They can only land on a square with a word that can take the prefix “dis”. If they try to land on a square that cannot take the prefix “dis” (and take their finger off their counter) they must go back to the beginning. Whoever gets to the final green arrow first wins. Ungroup images to Edit.
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Adverbs and Fronted Adverbial phrases 101 for KS2 and KS3 SATS

Adverbs and Fronted Adverbial phrases 101 for KS2 and KS3 SATS

**FREE **All you need to teach adverbs and fronted adverbials. Fun and Easy to teach. No planning required. If you found this resource useful, leave me a five star review! This lesson plan contains all of the information you need to teach adverbs and fronted adverbials. Easy to follow slides. Print out to make worksheets/workbook. In line with the English National Curriculum. Years 3-6 Objectives covered: Understand that adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Create sentences using adverbs. Understand and use fronted adverbials.
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Introduction to Nouns 101 KS1 and KS2 SATS

Introduction to Nouns 101 KS1 and KS2 SATS

A great FREE resource which is easy to teach. No planning required! Just download the PowerPoint and start teaching. Can be used to complement any school curriculum. Links in easily with the latest UK National Curriculum. This is a great introduction to nouns which can be used over and over again for teaching and revision. Print out slides to use as worksheets or use whiteboards. You decide. This is the perfect foundation on which children and adults can build on their knowledge of nouns. Objectives and outcomes include: I can recognise a noun. I can use a noun in a sentence. I can test words to see if they are nouns. I understand that sentences need nouns. I can tell you what type of noun is being used in sentence. I can distinguish between different types of noun including common, proper, countable, uncountable, concrete, abstract, compound and collective nouns.
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