Colourful semantics to go with 23 CVC words. I split these into 4 words per week (one week, has 3 words) and we work on spelling these words and using them in sentences, but this can be easily adapted if you wanted to use more words per week. I have included colourful semantics boards, from the basic Who, What doing, What, to more complex Who, What doing, What, Where, Why. I have laminated these for my class and differentiate so some of the students complete only the 3 word sentences and some complete the 4 or 5 word sentences, but using the same pictures. I have included 3 pictures of examples of students using the boards and words (I hav blanked out student names)
This is a collection of 10 lessons I made for Science- Biology- Ecosystems (focusing on the rainforest). Including an assessment at the end. Brief overview: 1-Introduction to the rainforest- climate of the rainforest 2- Climate of the rainforest- the equator 3-Introduction to ecosystems- why animals and plants need each other 4- Food chains and food webs 5- Predators and prey of the rainforest 6-Animal adaptations 7-Plants of the rainforest 8-Plant adaptations 9-Animal research 10- End of topic assessment A brief SOW, including description of the lesson activities is included, all powerpoints for every lesson, objectives, and worksheets to go along with them. I’ve used symbol communication in all of the powerpoints and most worksheets to aid understanding for SEN & ASD students or students with low level literacy skills. This was originally made for a year 7 & 8 class, with Year 1, year 2 and year 3 levels in literacy, so the resources aren’t too wordy and what they need to do is made really clear.
Originally made for a KS3 and 4 SEN English class. Really simple worksheets on the main characters in the play.
Originally made for a KS3 SEN class. A MTP on social skills focusing on friendships. Includes a peer buddy ticklist completed at the end of every lesson. I found and downloaded resources from here, and other websites, but hopefully gives some ideas for social skills lessons or interventions.
A really simple board game I’ve used with SEN classes, uses widget symbols to aid understanding. Can be used as a transition activity for 2 students to get to know each other or to build social skills in asking questions and listening to the answers.
Originally made for KS3 SEN class for students of pre key stage level (p scale). Sentences to go with each page of the book to describe what is happening. Images from the book or photocopies can be used to sequence parts of the story and describe what the character’s are doing. I have also included a template that can be used alongside images from the book to create a sentence, with the colours there as a guide for lower level students, or students new to colourful semantics. I have included a page of ‘little words’ or white words that can be cut up and slotted into the colourful semantics to create full sentences for students of a higher level. There are also communicate in print supports for adjectives that can be used for higher levels as well. Eg: The brave mouse climbed on the dragon’s tail.
Here are 3 worksheets I've made for BTEC Skills for Independence lesson (Caring for pets unit). Originally made for SEN pupils.
Originally made for an SEN GCSE group, I have a power point to go with all activities and easily adaptable worksheets. Includes a starter, a comprehension task on the first few pages of the book, with challenge questions for more able students, a writing task and full evaluation and self-assessment resources as well.
A 6 week program of spellings, originally made for an SEN class. Their spelling and writing abilities are pre-keystage and they require the visual supports to understand how to use the words. The lists include high frequency words, graphemes and consonant trigraphs. Lists include visuals to support understanding and a page where students can use some of the words in a sentence.
I used ideas from a creative writing powerpoint on here and made it into an A3 worksheet to extend it to a lesson activity. Originally uysed with KS3 Y8 and 9 SEN pupils
These are powerpoint presentations with some activities within them for A level/ Access Sociology classes. They cover the main approaches to crime and deviance as well as a introduction, definitions lesson.
Sociology A level or access (level 3)- Powerpoint presentations including an Introduction to Health and Inequalities including ethnicity.
Sociology (A Level or Access (level 3), Research Methods- A powerpoint on Questionnaires as a research method, with an example of a bad questionnaire- can be made into an activity. A powerpoint on interviews as a research method and 3 different role plays with questions about their effect etc.
I made this for a GCSE English class, originally for students with special needs. There's a powerpoint, a mind map worksheet and quotes activity for each of the themes.
These are resources for the BTEC Skills for Independence unit, Being a customer. Could be used for PSHE or independence skills as well.
Ideal for NQTs and busy teachers! A bundle of power points, worksheets, activities for lessons in the topics of Crime and Deviance- includes power points of different perspectives on crime and deviance (feminist, Marxist, Functionalist) Sociology of Health- An introductory lesson and inequalities in health Social Research Methods- An introduction, questionnaires and interviews lesson