While these cards are ideal for a literacy center they can also be given as home work tasks.
These cards are an ideal accompaniment to teaching inference and to enhance students writing skills.
For differentiation I have included two worksheets to be completed alongside the cards if you don’t want to keep printing them out.
Along with the answer key I have highlighted cards which are particularly suitable for lower level learners or just as a cards to start with to help their confidence build.
I hope you and your class enjoy and benefit from this product however if there is anything you would like changed please get in touch I welcome your feedback.
Why was there a revolution in Iran in 1979? This simulation exercise will allow your students to find out.
The students are asked to take decisions as if they were the Shah of Iran. The choices good or bad are then awarded points and the actual choice the Shah made is explained. Through evaluating the choices and connecting the consequences the students gain a deeper understanding in a fun and interactive way.
Including a page of follow up tasks to consolidate their knowledge and demonstrate their understanding.
A unit of work on the Iranian Revolution. Including information on the main causes including;
Lack of democracy
The White Revolution
Repression by the secret police (SAVAK)
Ordering the causes by importance,
Explaining different views of the Shah,
A practice exam question on the topic
A print and go display with drama terms and definitions . These posters will reinforce your students learning while providing an easy, informative and relevant classroom display for you.
Over 60 pages of Greek and Latin root words. To reinforce you teaching and help the students expand their vocabulary. Each puzzle includes;
Two examples of words derived from the root.
An indication of Greek (G) or Latin(L) origin.
Accompanying the puzzles are worksheets for the students to demonstrate and consolidate their understanding.
The following roots are included;
A short unit on homophones.
a writing exercise to apply each word ,
a drawing exercise for reinforcement,
a matching exercise,
and an exercise to demonstrate application by circling the correct homophone in the sentences .
These 12 posters are designed to act as a both class room decoration and reinforcement of learning .
Genres covered include;
This complete unit on prefixes focuses on 4 common prefixes.
What they mean and how to apply them to commonly used words.
Over 30 worksheets included and a build your own flashcard activity for each prefix covered.
Monster themed to keep it varied and engaging for your students.
An activity to guide your students to evaluate, analyse and link the causes of the First Gulf War.
Including an information sheet on the main causes, a template for organizing and linking the causes and and an exam style question for applying their knowledge.
A short engaging unit to teach students about synonyms.Ideal to help students to move away from the repetitive habit of using said for all situations to improve both their writing and their comprehension.
Why do we use them?
We look at 6 groups of synonyms for said which tell the reader about;
For each section the students apply the knowledge and create a Said Star foldable
A short but informative unit on the clothing of the Aztecs including ;
Slaves and common people
Comprehension sheets are included for all the information sheets and a true or false exercise concludes the unit to check understanding.
A short but informative unit on the crime and punishment in the Aztec Empire including ;
The class system
5 comprehension worksheets are included for all the information sheets and a true or false exercise concludes the unit to check understanding.