This worksheet is linked to the new Key Stage 2 curriculum. This worksheet is also available in a bundle of 7 worksheets for £3 (individual worksheets are priced at £2 each).
This worksheet is linked to the new Key Stage 2 curriculum. This worksheet is also available in a bundle of 7 worksheets for £3 (individual worksheets are priced at £2 each). Answers included for this worksheet.
These worksheets are linked to the new Key Stage 2 curriculum and are aimed at Year 6 students. These worksheets are also available separately for £1 each. Make a saving if you buy them together!
These worksheets are linked to the Key Stage 2 curriculum and provide a range of differentiated algebra questions. These worksheets are also available individually for £2 each. Make a saving! Buy this bundle of three worksheets for £2.50!
This is an extract from Chapter 4 of Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl. It is accompanied by ten comprehension questions suitable for middle-higher attaining KS3 students. It can also be used as a stand-alone comprehension activity.
This lesson guides students through analysing the start of A Monster Calls. It is ideal for Key Stage 3 students (although it is designed with Question 2 of GCSE Language Paper 1 in mind). It includes a scaffolded Point Evidence Terminology Explain grid and the opening Page of A Monster Calls typed onto a Word document. It can be used either as a stand-alone lesson or as an introduction to a unit on A Monster Calls.
This worksheet is linked to the new Key Stage 2 curriculum. This is the second worksheet in a series of 3. This worksheet is also available in a bundle of 3 worksheets for £3.00 (individual worksheets are priced at £2 each).
A lesson on Maya Angelou’s poem Caged Bird. The Learning Aim is ‘To analyse the impact of language in a poem.’ It starts by exploring the connotations of the words ‘caged’ and ‘bird’ before moving on to look at the poem itself. The focus is on the presentation of the birds through the use of verbs, but challenge tasks are included which ask students to look at the poem as an extended metaphor of racism in the United States. Students are then asked to write four paragraphs on freedom in the poem.
A worksheet which provides a range of differentiated activities on roman numerals, suitable for Year 6 students.
Two lessons on the first two paragraphs of 1984 by George Orwell. The first lesson is about comprehension of the opening extract (which is included in the resource). The second lesson is on analysing the features of a dystopian society present in the extract. This resource is in a six-page booklet which is ideal to print for or send to students who are working remotely.
Two lessons for Key stage 3 students on planning and writing an essay on Conor in A Monster Calls, following an analysis of an extract from the chapter Understanding. Students will answer the question* how does the writer use language to present Conor’s feelings?* With this bundle you receive: Two PowerPoints for both lessons, which guide students through the process of analysing language step-by-step. One ‘PEE’ Grid for lower-attaining students One ‘PEE’ Grid for higher-attaining students One blank ‘PEE Grid’ The extract typed up on a Word Document This could be used as part of studying the unit A Monster Calls or as a stand-alone activity on language analysis.
Learning Aim: To identify word classes in a nonsense poem. This is a lesson for Key Stage 3 classes which asks students to read The Jabberwocky and then explain the meaning of a range of nonsense words in the poem. Students will then identify the type of words used in the poem. E.g. the word ‘slithy’ being used as an adjective.
This resource is ideal for introducing Key Stage 3 students to the style of questions in Language Paper 1 Section A. It could also be used with lower-attaining Key Stage 4 students if a confidence boost is needed! The language used in the opening of A Monster Calls is accessible for lower-attaining students. A range of language techniques are used to create tension as well.
A booklet of four lessons, aimed at Year 9, on Roald Dahl’s Lamb to the Slaughter. The story is included in the booklet, with students reading more each lesson. The four learning questions are: How does Roald Dahl structure the exposition of his story? How can I write in the style of Roald Dahl? How is Mary Moloney presented? How does Mary Moloney’s character develop?
This is a lesson on how to answer AQA Literature Paper 1 Section B (A Christmas Carol). It is aimed at lower-attaining students and contains the Assessment Objectives written in a more accessible way. It also includes sentence starters to help students write a paragraph. The question is ‘Starting with this extract, how does Dickens present Scrooge as an outsider to society?’ This question was taken from the AQA Specimen paper from 2014.
These worksheets are linked to the new Key Stage 2 curriculum. They cover the following aspects of fractions: - Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions - Comparing fractions - Fractions of amounts - Converting decimals into fractions. These are also available as individual worksheets for £2. This bundle of 7 worksheets for £3 is a huge saving (as the price of the individual worksheets would total £14).
These worksheets explain what simple, compound and complex sentences are and include activities for students to complete. They are good revision materials (particularly for Key Stage 3).