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2. Pride Assembly - Jake Daniels
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2. Pride Assembly - Jake Daniels

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An assembly which discusses the importance of Jake Daniels coming out as gay. It also mentions the women’s game which has lots of openly gay players. It ends with some ideas on how to make your school more LGBTQ+ inclusive. Two other assemblies for Pride Month are also available - [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12680003] and [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12689088]. It looks at why Pride Month is important, what the rainbow flag is, and how to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community. These assemblies are also available in a bundle - [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2-pride-month-assemblies-12689032].
4 x Pride Month Assemblies
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4 x Pride Month Assemblies

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A bundle with four assemblies for Pride Month. The first is on Pride Month itself, why it is so important and also how to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community. The second is on Jake Daniels and the significance of him coming out recently. The third is on the term non-binary and how to use pronouns correctly. It also looks at Demi Lovato who came out as non-binary in 2021. The fourth is on RuPaul and the history of drag ballroom culture.
1. Pride Month Assembly
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1. Pride Month Assembly

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An assembly which talks about Pride Month and why it is so important. It also looks at the history of the rainbow flag and how to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community. A second assembly for Pride Month is also available - [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12685082] It looks at the professional football Jake Daniels coming out as gay and the importance of this moment.
3 Differentiated Algebra Worksheets
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3 Differentiated Algebra Worksheets

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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!
The Opening of A Monster Calls - Language Analysis
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The Opening of A Monster Calls - Language Analysis

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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.
3. Pride Assembly - Demi Lovato
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3. Pride Assembly - Demi Lovato

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An assembly for Pride Month which looks at Demi Lovato, who came out as non-binary. The assembly also discusses pronouns and why they are so important. It ends with several ideas of how to make your school more inclusive for non-binary people.
The Opening of 1984 for Key Stage 3
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The Opening of 1984 for Key Stage 3

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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.
Pride Month Bundle
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Pride Month Bundle

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Two English lessons, one which looks at an extract from Jeanette Winterson’s autobiography and one which looks at the lyrics to Macklemore’s Sam Love. Also includes two assemblies about Pride Month.
A Monster Calls - Analytical Essay
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A Monster Calls - Analytical Essay

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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.
Caged Bird by Maya Angelou
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Caged Bird by Maya Angelou

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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.
2 Worksheets on BIDMAS
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2 Worksheets on BIDMAS

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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!
7 Differentiated Worksheets on Fractions
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7 Differentiated Worksheets on Fractions

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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).
Pride Month - Jeanette Winterson English Lesson
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Pride Month - Jeanette Winterson English Lesson

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An English lesson for Pride Month. This could also be used at any other time during the academic year! It just specifically mentions Pride and why it is important at the start of the lesson. It looks at an extract of Jeanette Winterson’s autobiography Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? and asks students to analyse the language in it. Suitable for higher-attaining KS3 classes or a KS4 class.
Journey to the River Sea - Comprehension
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Journey to the River Sea - Comprehension

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15 comprehension questions on the opening of *Journey to the River Sea. An ideal activity for Key Stage 3 classes who are studying the novel or as a stand-alone comprehension task. These questions follow Bloom’s Taxonomy and increase in difficulty as they progress.