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Welcome to the Online Teaching Resources TES shop. Here you'll find hundreds of KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4 teaching resources in the form of editable PowerPoints and worksheets for English, Maths, Science and History. All materials are made with the UK National Curriculum in mind and have been created to engage and enthuse learners. You can find out more and access hundreds more brilliant resources at our websites www.Teacher-of-Primary.com and www.Teacher-of-English.com.

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Welcome to the Online Teaching Resources TES shop. Here you'll find hundreds of KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4 teaching resources in the form of editable PowerPoints and worksheets for English, Maths, Science and History. All materials are made with the UK National Curriculum in mind and have been created to engage and enthuse learners. You can find out more and access hundreds more brilliant resources at our websites www.Teacher-of-Primary.com and www.Teacher-of-English.com.
Verb Tenses
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Verb Tenses

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Verb Tenses: English Teaching Resource 64 slide PowerPoint lesson with 4 accompanying worksheets and 1 further worksheet. Verb Tenses is a detailed and comprehensive 64 slide PowerPoint teaching resource designed to help younger pupils understand how the tense of a verb affects both its meaning and spelling within a sentence. It icludes 4 accompanying worksheets for pupils to use during the lesson and a further consolidation worksheet with answers. It is an ideal teaching resource to use in a lesson covering the year 2 English curriculum objective listed below: Year 2 English programme of study - Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation: Pupils should be taught to use the present and past tenses correctly and consistently Content includes: An explanation of verb tenses (past, present, future) Past tense explanation and activity Adding -ed and changing the spelling of some words and activity Present tense explanation and activity Adding -ing and changing the spelling of some words and activity Future tense explanation and activity Adding ‘will’ and ‘going to’ Consolidation activity and worksheet ‘Verb Tenses’ is fully editable giving teachers the ability to adapt the resource to suit their individual teaching requirements.
Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6
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Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6

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Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6 Upper KS2 English Teaching Resource In ‘Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6’ pupils learn about expanded noun phrases and how they can improve their writing as per the objectives of the Year 5 and 6 programme of study. This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: A noun phrase recap A simple expanded noun phrase explanation A complex expanded noun phrase explanation A prepositional phrase explanation Combining simple and complex expanded noun phrases 4 expanded noun phrases activities with accompanying worksheets As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. To preview ‘Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6’ in full and to find more KS2 English resources please click here.
Syllables
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Syllables

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KS2 English Teaching Resources - Syllables (10-slide PowerPoint based teaching resource with 2 worksheets) ‘Syllables’ is a fun lesson designed to help KS2 pupils develop their reading and spelling skills through a secure knowledge and understanding of syllables. The resource consists of an engaging and editable 10-slide PowerPoint presentation (with 2 worksheets) that provides two engaging activities and an interactive game. You can preview the full resource at www.Teacher-of-English.com
Boy by Roald Dahl
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Boy by Roald Dahl

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Boy is a brilliant resource featuring a series of 10 lessons designed to develop pupil knowledge and understanding of the novel Boy by Roald Dahl. Boy includes an 98-slide PowerPoint, 14 worksheets and a unit of work overview and a range of activities and lessons for pupils of all abilities: - A brief biography of Boy author Roald Dahl with a short film about his life narrated by Michael Rosen - Exploring the difference between biographical and autobiographical writing - Create a Roald Dahl family tree - to develop knowledge of the early chapters of Boy - Analysis of key characters including Mrs Pratchett and Captain Hardcastle - How to use synonyms to improve vocabulary - Speaking and Listening drama based lesson using 'The Great Mouse Plot' chapter from Boy - Create a 'Welcome to Norway' holiday brochure - Studying the main features of autobiography - And much more!
Creating a Christmas Card - Year 3 and 4
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Creating a Christmas Card - Year 3 and 4

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Creating a Christmas Card - Year 3 and 4 Lower KS2 English Writing Teaching Resource ‘Creating a Christmas Card’ is a handy 20 slide PowerPoint presentation that includes: Task and lesson objectives Exploring a range of Christmas cards Discussion of purpose and audience The Christmas card ‘rules’ How to make your card Reflecting on learning through constructive criticism The drafting process - how and why we redraft and accompanying worksheet ‘Creating a Christmas Card’ is editable so teachers can adapt the resource to suit the needs of each class they teach. To view this resource in full and find more year 3 and 4 English teaching resources click here.
The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6
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The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6

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The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6 Upper KS2 English Teaching Resource In ‘The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6’ pupils learn about subjunctive forms and how they are used in formal writing as per the objectives of the Year 5 and 6 programme of study. This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: Subjunctive forms explanation How subjunctive forms are used in writing 4 subjunctive forms activities with 2 accompanying worksheets Links to a subjunctive forms video and quiz As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. To preview ‘The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6’ in full and to find more KS2 English resources please click here.
Belfast Confetti (Ciaran Carson)
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Belfast Confetti (Ciaran Carson)

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Belfast Confetti (Ciaran Carson) GCSE English: Contemporary Poetry: Conflict. A 46 slide PowerPoint analysis of the poem Belfast Confetti by Ciaran Carson and an accompanying worksheet booklet. It includes: A brief biography of Ciaran Carson. Analysis of the poem Belfast Confetti and discussion of ideas and consolidation Structure & language - Discuss how Carson uses structure and explore the imagery of Belfast Confetti. Style and form - Analysis of style and form employed by Carson and the use of poetic techniques in Belfast Confetti. Language - Exploration of word choices, using P.E.E to write about language in Carson’s poem. Themes of Belfast Confetti (Ciaran Carson) explored, consolidation of meaning and purpose. Links - Where to find further information about Ciaran Carson author of the poem.
Functional Skills English Bundle
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Functional Skills English Bundle

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Functional Skills English Bundle This bundle contains 5 units of work to help you teach Functional Skills English from Entry Level 1 to Level 2. ‘Functional Skills English Bundle’ includes the following Functional Skills units of work: Functional Skills Entry Level 1 Functional Skills Entry Level 2 Functional Skills Entry Level 3 Functional Skills Level 1 Functional Skills Level 2 You can preview each resource in detail by clicking on the images below or clicking here.
English Functional Skills - Level 2 (2019)
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English Functional Skills - Level 2 (2019)

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English Functional Skills - Level 2 (2019 onwards) A ready to teach 10 lesson unit of work which includes a 117-slide editable PowerPoint and 22 worksheets NEW FOR FUNCTIONAL SKILLS 2019 This detailed teaching unit covers everything required by Level 2 Functional Skills English. It focuses on the impact of social media on society and covers reading, debating and discursive writing. The resource includes a range of activities which develop communication skills and cover the key criteria for Functional Skills English from 2019. Contents include the following: An introduction to Functional Skills with an accompanying video Reading, discussing, comparing and contrasting articles about the negative and positive effects of social media Learning about trusted sources and the dangers of Fake News Following and understanding both sides of an argument and taking part in a class debate Activities to improve writing skills – how audience affects a text and how to write a balanced discussion text Reading and comprehension skills – studying articles and writing answers How to structure writing for impact Drafting and editing to improve written work And more! To preview our English Functional Skills – Level 2 unit of work in detail please click here
The Landlady by Roald Dahl - PowerPoint presentation and worksheets
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The Landlady by Roald Dahl - PowerPoint presentation and worksheets

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The Landlady by Roald Dahl is a 5 lesson scheme of work with a 50 slide editable PowerPoint presentation and an 11 page booklet of worksheets. The Landlady by Roald Dahl teaching resource includes a collection of activities for pupils of all abilities: A scheme of work overview with 5 four part lessons covering literary context, plot, character, themes and language Analysis of the characters of Billy Weaver and The Landlady Extension activities Cloze and sequencing exercises Literary context understanding influences - fairy tales - activity and notes A copy of the text link Tales of the Unexpected TV version of The Landlady introduced by Roald Dahl link A modern day version of The Landlady link Analysing Roald Dahl’s use of language to build mood and tension in The Landlady Essay question with planning guidance
Contractions - Year 2
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Contractions - Year 2

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Contractions - Year 2 'Contractions - Year 2’ introduces pupils to apostrophes for contracted forms as per the curriculum objectives of the Year 2 English programme of study - Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. This engaging PowerPoint lesson includes class activities with an accompanying worksheet for children to use during the lesson. It contains 3 further differentiated worksheets to reinforce and consolidate the children’s learning. Content includes: What are contractions explanation What are apostrophes explanation Class activities with an accompanying worksheet with answers 3 differentiated worksheets with answers ‘Contractions - Year 2’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource if needed to suit each class they teach.
English Functional Skills Entry Level 2 (2019)
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English Functional Skills Entry Level 2 (2019)

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English Functional Skills Entry Level 2 (2019) A ready to teach 10 lesson unit of work which includes a 243-slide editable PowerPoint and 44 worksheets NEW FOR FUNCTIONAL SKILLS 2019 This detailed teaching unit covers everything required by Entry Level 2 Functional Skills English. It includes a range of engaging ‘life skills’ activities that help develop important communication skills. The unit covers Speaking, Listening, Communication, Reading and Writing in a fun and practical way. Contents include: Why does Functional Skills English matter Working with a diverse range of people Role-playing real-life situations – ‘Café Culture’ Built in spelling tests from the Functional Skills EL2 list Asking for, listening to and following directions Understanding alphabetical order Eating healthy food – reading and comprehension How to follow a recipe and make healthy choices Following a video, making notes and answering questions Purchasing presents for friends and family and writing thank you notes Improving writing skills – full stops, capital letters, plurals, writing for different audiences, using conjunctions and adjectives and improving vocabulary The emergency services – what are they, how to contact them and what to do in an emergency (includes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities) Applying for a job – filling in an application form and writing a covering letter And more! You can preview the entire resource at https://www.teacher-of-english.com/functional-skills-english-entry-level-2-teaching-resources-1929.html
A Christmas Carol (GCSE) - Scrooge and Belle
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A Christmas Carol (GCSE) - Scrooge and Belle

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A Christmas Carol - Scrooge and Belle (19-slide editable PowerPoint teaching resource with 2 worksheets) This lesson allows students to explore the end of Scrooge’s relationship with Belle in Stave Two. It includes: A differentiated ‘Do Now’ task which encourages revision of some of the key ideas in Stave One. Following on from the above, learners will read from, ‘His former self turned down the lamps…’ down to ‘”One shadow more!”, thinking about: Why Belle chose to end her relationship with Scrooge; how Dickens presents Scrooge in this passage and how our understanding of Scrooge’s character is developed as a result of what Dickens reveals in this part of the book. There is also a detailed analysis of two of the passage’s more complex ideas, including Scrooge’s worship of the ‘golden idol’. Learners will then complete a ‘how far do you agree?’ activity involving a differentiated range of statements on the subject of Scrooge and Belle’s breakup. The lesson concludes with a learning review which asks learners to summarise why Scrooge and Belle broke up in no more than 15, 10 or 5 words. To preview English Teaching Resources: A Christmas Carol - Scrooge and Belle in detail please visit - https://www.teacher-of-english.com/a-christmas-carol-scrooge-and-belle-teaching-resources-2032.html
A Christmas Carol (GCSE) Thomas Malthus
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A Christmas Carol (GCSE) Thomas Malthus

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A Christmas Carol - Context - Thomas Malthus KS4 GCSE English Teaching Resources - A Christmas Carol Context (24-slide PowerPoint and 10 worksheets) Malthus’ theory of population growth is an important consideration in ‘A Christmas Carol’, but who was Malthus and why was Dickens disgusted by his ideas? This resource for KS4/GCSE enables learners to think about their own attitude in relation to the management of poverty and understand how Malthus justified his opinion that the poor should not be given financial aid. It includes: A differentiated Do Now/Starter activity, in which learners rate how far they agree with eight controversial statements relating to the management of poverty in society. At higher levels, learners will also go on to decide how Scrooge would respond to each statement and why. The main activity is for learners to use a table of simplified data to draw their own graph demonstrating Malthus’ theory. Teachers should select the higher, middle, or lower version of this or use a mix of all three, depending on the range of abilities within their group. After this, learners reflect on the implications of the adjective surplus. This tasks also includes higher-level questions to stretch more able learners. The lesson concludes with learners writing down five things they have learnt during the lesson.
Direct and Reported Speech (KS2)
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Direct and Reported Speech (KS2)

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Direct and Reported Speech (PowerPoint and worksheets) Direct and Reported Speech is designed to help students develop their knowledge and understanding of how and when to use direct and reported speech in written work. The resource is made up of an editable PowerPoint presentation with 2 worksheets. It includes numerous activities and links to an interactive game. Although it is designed with KS2 learners in mind, the resource can easily be adapted for use with lower ability Year 7/8. To preview Direct and Reported Speech please visit https://www.teacher-of-english.com/direct-and-reported-speech-teaching-resources-1796.html
Lord of the Flies - Unit of Work
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Lord of the Flies - Unit of Work

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This resource includes a 204 slide PowerPoint, 27 printable worksheets and 21 step by step lessons to help teach one of English Literature’s most popular and enduring novels. Every lesson in the unit of work is planned using the four part lesson format and all slides are fully editable. Lord of the Flies contains the following activities: A brief William Golding biography The novel’s historical and social context Activities to develop knowledge of the plot, characters and themes Golding’s message and the role of setting, symbolism and language Role playing and empathy activities And much more!
A Christmas Carol - The Miners and the Lighthouse
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A Christmas Carol - The Miners and the Lighthouse

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A Christmas Carol - The Miners and the Lighthouse (GCSE/KS4 lesson - 17 slide PowerPoint presentation and 2 worksheets with answers) This GCSE lesson encourages learners to explore the passage immediately proceeding Scrooge’s departure from the Cratchit household. Learners will read from, ‘By this time, it was getting dark’, down to ‘…that same nephew with approving affability’. The Do Now task encourages revision of the main ideas surrounding the character of Tiny Tim. Then, after reading the passage highlighted above, learners will complete a worksheet that encourages them to think about what Scrooge learns on this part of his journey with the Ghost. The main focus is on the miners and the lighthouse and the representation of Christmas. The lesson culminates in a short review which poses the question, ‘How is the passage we have read important in terms of Scrooge’s character development?’ Suggested answers are included for all tasks. To preview A Christmas Carol - The Miners and the Lighthouse click on the images from the PowerPoint lesson.
Point, Evidence, Explain
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Point, Evidence, Explain

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Point, Evidence, Explain is a five slide PowerPoint presentation designed to help develop reading and understanding skills. The PowerPoint resource includes: A definition of P.E.E. How to use quotation marks. Example use of P.E.E. How to write P.E.E. paragraphs.
An Introduction to Drama Texts
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An Introduction to Drama Texts

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An Introduction to Drama Texts is a ten slide PowerPoint presentation designed to help students understand the basic features of a drama text. The resource could be used before a class play is read to help pupils understand how a drama text works. The PowerPoint lesson includes: An example extract from the playscript of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. A video clip of the film version of the Macbeth playscript. Class activity - labelling the features of a playscript. Writing about stage directions, characters and dialogue. Comparing the features of a script with a short story. 1 accompanying worksheet
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Free PowerPoint teaching resource
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Free PowerPoint teaching resource

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FREE English Teaching Resources – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory READING > PROSE Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl - a free taster teaching resource Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (sample) is a 20 slide ‘taster’ PowerPoint presentation (with 2 worksheets) which provides a brief introduction to our full unit for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and our resources in general. This free sample includes 20 slides from the complete teaching unit which can be found here: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory