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An English Lead who has been teaching for over 10 years, sharing high quality, time saving resources so you can focus on your pupils and achieve a healthy work-life balance. You will find bright and engaging resources that are designed to be picked up and easily taught by anyone. Each resource is focused on progress, inspired by the Outstanding Teachers Course.

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An English Lead who has been teaching for over 10 years, sharing high quality, time saving resources so you can focus on your pupils and achieve a healthy work-life balance. You will find bright and engaging resources that are designed to be picked up and easily taught by anyone. Each resource is focused on progress, inspired by the Outstanding Teachers Course.
General Report Comments
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General Report Comments

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300 general report comment statements covering all aspects of school life. Easily make 30 different personalised paragraphs for your class. Use the boy or girl versions to save even more time. Suitable for KS1 and KS2. Choose from the 300 comments, enough to create a whole class of different reports, 10 different statements to choose from for every child. Quickly create your general report comment paragraphs by selecting the right comment to suit each child, one from each of the 10 sections. Describe your pupils in a precise, eloquent and efficient way. Written for all primary year groups, relevant for years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 High Quality Use these high quality comments, 18 pages covering: Overall Introduction Working and Learning Style Attitude Working & Playing With Others Behaviour Learning Outcomes & Presentation Strengths Next Steps Responsibilities, Homework & Spellings Summary and Looking Forward Easy to Use All the comments come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are replaced with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace to insert names. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Also… Check out these other handy end of year resources: English Report Comments Maths Report Comments Geography Report Comments
Science Report Comments
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Science Report Comments

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264 differentiated science comments for boys and girls, covering 13 key areas for your primary KS2 reports. Create your report comments quickly this year by simply choosing a collection of comments to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for a whole class of 30 children. Written for the whole of KS2 focusing on learning aptitudes and the general areas covered so perfect for years 3, 4, 5 and 6. A summary of content is also provided to remind you of the topics covered in science by your year group to further personalise the reports. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these original comments to create personalised and thoughtful reports. Differentiated 264 comments overall, divided into 3 ability groups: high, middle and low ability. Each group contains 13 sections with 6 comments in each. There are also 30 next steps included, differentiated into 3 ability groups. High Quality Use these high quality science report comments, covering: Attitude General Knowledge Speaking and Listening Learning New Concepts Group Work Equipment Observations and Experiments Predictions Fair Tests Measuring, Data and Recording Findings Conclusions Written Work Asking Questions Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace, to insert names. Also… Check out my other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320+ English Report Comments 280+ Maths Report Comments Report Comments MEGA BUNDLE
Maths Report Comments
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Maths Report Comments

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Create your primary maths reports quickly using these 280 differentiated maths report comments for KS2. The subject of maths is broken down into 7 skill sections, relevant for all year groups, with 4 ability groups provided. Use the girl and boy versions to save time, just quickly choose the right comments to suit each child. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for at least a whole class of 30 children. High Quality Written for the whole of KS2 focusing on learning aptitudes and the general areas of maths. Some spaces are left for you to add some relevant objectives for your year group. These are perfect for years 3, 4, 5 and 6 as they cover: Attitude Mathematical concepts Lesson content Operations and calculations Mental strategies Reasoning Problem Solving Understanding, explaining and checking solutions Strengths and Assessments Presentation Targets Differentiated Maths report comment banks for four different ability groups are provided with at least 70 comments in each, so a minimum of 280 different statements for your reports. Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace, to insert names. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Also… Check out these other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320 English Report Comments Geography Report Comments
English Report Comments
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English Report Comments

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Over 300 English report comments statements so you can quickly complete your primary English report comments. Select from this extensive bank to create individual differentiated paragraphs. Simply choose the right comment to suit each child, one from each of the 11 sections. There are enough comments to create personalised paragraphs of comments for a whole class of 30. Created with a large variety of phrases, openings and language so you can describe each pupil in a precise, eloquent and efficient way. High Quality English report comments written for KS2 and easily adaptable for KS1. They are perfect for years 3, 4, 5 and 6 as they cover: listening speaking reading reading targets word work story writing different genres grammar and punctuation spelling and handwriting editing writing targets Differentiated There are four different ability groups included with at least 80 comments in each, so a minimum of 320 different statements for your reports. Easy to Use They are all available in girl and boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace to insert names. All year groups are shown with 3 dots so you can replace them quickly as well. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Also… Check out these other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments Maths Report Comments Geography Report Comments
Report Comments Mega Bundle
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Report Comments Mega Bundle

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All you need to write your English, Maths, Science and General comments for your primary reports. Over 1400 different high quality differentiated comments to save you time. Save time and energy this year when writing your primary KS2 reports. Use these extensive report banks to quickly whip up a class full of personalised English, maths, science and general comment paragraphs. Simply copy and paste a selection of thoughtful comments to suit each child, choosing from each large subject bank. Speedily create fluent paragraphs describing the whole child. Each subject is divided into sections, in total there are enough sentences to create different paragraphs for every child in your class. All appropriate and relevant to your pupils. Ideal for years 3,4,5 and 6, easily adaptable for KS1. Impress your pupils, your parents and your head teacher with articulate and positive comments for these subjects. Show your pupils and their families you do know them well by choosing comments to suit each child. End the year knowing you’ve valued and helped each pupil in your class, whilst saving time for the wellbeing of yourself outside of school. You can also find lots of other handy end of year resources at my shop. Why not use my SMART targets to choose next steps for your pupils? Or use my Assessment Guidance to speed up your end of year data decisions.
British Science Week 2022 KS2 Assembly
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British Science Week 2022 KS2 Assembly

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An engaging 28 slide assembly for British Science Week, inspire your pupils to aim for a career in science. Includes many discussion opportunites and questions prompting higher level thinking. All concepts explained clearly. All writing templates provided, including differentiated printables. Relevant for KS2 and KS3. Could also be a useful PSHE lesson on scientific careers and role models. Covers these key teaching points: What is science? Definition explained in an easy to understand way. How does science impact on our lives today? 4 key aspects explained in detail Who would like to see Science in action? An engaging, awe-inspiring and quick experiment to create excitement for this week of science. What happened? Why? A clear explanation of how the experiment worked, linking it to the children’s current understanding of the world. What qualities and skills do you need to be a great scientist? Key words covered and ideal characteristics. Do you know any famous British scientists and what have they achieved? 4 impressive short biographies of famous British scientists. What degrees can start you on the path for a science career? Look at a list of suitable degrees and possible career options from there. How would you pursue a career in science? Job options for a career in science and average yearly earnings. 3 Tasks children could complete to extend and inspire: Create a poster telling people about British science week. Draw a flow chart of what you would like to investigate and how if you were a scientist. Write a letter to a famous scientist, you must include at least 10 questions. Check out my other updated resources for British Science Week: British Science Week KS2 Posters British Science Week KS2 Homework Tasks LKS2 Mini WOW Investigations UKS2 Mini WOW Investigations
British Science Week 2022 KS1 Assembly
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British Science Week 2022 KS1 Assembly

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An engaging 30 slide British Science Week PowerPoint for KS1. Full of bright colours, interactive elements and a hands on activity. Ideal for an assembly or lesson to kick off this special week. Inspire your pupils with thoughtful questions and an easy but WOW science experiment! Many opportunities for discussion and higher level thinking. All concepts explained clearly. Could also be a useful PSHE lesson on scientific careers and role models. Perfect for KS1. All differentiated writing templates provided and ready to go. The assembly covers these key teaching points: What is science? Images showing key skills used when studying the world How does science impact on our lives today? 4 key aspects explained using images of our world Who would like to see Science in action? An engaging, awe-inspiring and quick experiment to create excitement for this week of science. What happened? Why? A clear explanation of how the experiment worked, linking it to the children’s current understanding of the world. Do you know any famous British scientists? 4 impressive short biographies of famous British scientists. What qualities do you need to be a great scientist? Key words covered Who would like to be a scientist? Discussion on what the children could observe, measure, test and compare. What science could you do at home? 9 easy and fun ideas for the children to start a life long love of science. Includes these 3 tasks and templates for follow up activities: Create your own animal which you have discovered in the rainforest. Draw a famous scientist and write a caption. Create a poster explaining British Science Week. Check out my other updated resources for British Science Week: KS1 British Science Week Homework Tasks KS1 What is Science? Posters KS1 British Science Week Mini Investigations
'Twas The Night Before Christmas' Poetry Lessons KS2
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'Twas The Night Before Christmas' Poetry Lessons KS2

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A festive and easy to teach week of poetry focusing on the poem ‘The Night Before Christmas’. Includes 5 engaging PowerPoints leading you through the week, all differentiated resources and a detailed plan. An excellent week of English lessons for the build up to Christmas whilst maintaining focus and high quality outcomes. The original and useuful resources make teaching enjoyable and easy. The video links in the PowerPoint inspire poetry writing and performance. Each lesson is differentiated for two ability groups. Each lesson contains a success criteria. Higher level thinking challenges are provided. Grammar starters cover handwriting, a or an, word classes, rhyming words and spellings. A lovely, tried and tested week of learning about narrative poetry, rhyming couplets, poetry format and syllables. Includes a range of activities and differentiated tasks. Children will compare and evaluate poems, identify features and then write their own narrative poem using the structure of ‘The Night Before Christmas’ with ideas from ‘The Snowman’. Detailed weekly plan and all resources included. All reviews welcome.
UK Coast Physical Features KS2 Geography Lesson
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UK Coast Physical Features KS2 Geography Lesson

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A complete lesson pack on UK coastal areas and change over time. Includes lesson plan, starter activity, 34 slide PowerPoint, photo analysis, written activity, plenary and challenge. Download this detailed and engaging lesson covering the physical and human features in UK coastal areas and how they change over time. Whole Lesson Teach KS2 with this easy-to-use lesson containing a thought provoking starter and an interesting input full of images to prompt high quality dialogue about geographical features. Use the mixture of independent, paired and group work to provide opportunities for discussion, in depth reflection and evidence for assessment. Enjoy some free time while the children enthusiastically get on with the written activity and question each other when completing the challenge activity. Finish the lesson with an effortless plenary for children to share their learning and present the challenge work, this lesson is all ready to go to enthuse your pupils about UK coasts. Resources Find all the physical and human features of coasts explained clearly and reinforced with images and diagrams. Read and print a detailed lesson plan and all the resources needed. Activities Consolidate the children’s learning using ICT. Offer two reasoning extension activities to challenge the children and deepen their understanding of Geography. National Curriculum Objectives: Learn about diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments, Learn about the interaction between physical and human processes, formation, use of and change of landscapes and environments. All reviews welcome. A logical follow up lesson would be here covering human impact on coasts. You might also be interested in these high quality Geography lessons: Journey Through Surprising Russia Tour Breathtaking Scandinavia Visit the Grand Yosemite National Park
Human Impact on Coasts KS2 Geography
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Human Impact on Coasts KS2 Geography

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A detailed lesson covering coasts and how they can change. Includes a 38 slide PowerPoint, a detailed plan, 2 writing templates and a challenge activity including another writing template. Covers the impact of tourism, shipping, urbanisation, overfishing and communities on the coast. Written for UKS2 but can easily be used by all year 3, 4, 5 and 6. An engaging starter, mixture of independent, paired and group work. Plenty of opportunities for discussion and for children to share ideas. Full of lots of interesting images to prompt discussion about geographical features. An extension activity to challenge the higher ability. Plenary for children to move on in their learning. Covers national curriculum learning objectives: Learn about diverse places, people and resources Learn about natural and human environments Learn about the interaction between physical and human processes Learn about the formation, use of and change of landscapes and environments All resources included. All reviews welcome.
Recount Writing KS2 Powerpoints & Plan
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Recount Writing KS2 Powerpoints & Plan

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A week of detailed lessons on writing recounts for KS2, PPT, Plan and resources all included. Differentiated activities, quick and effective starters and plenaries and lots more… Includes: Differentiation provided for three groups - two challenges provided for every lesson Engaging starters and plenaries designed to grab your pupil’s attention Modelled texts provided highlighted to show how you construct paragraphs in recounts Word banks provided to support and extend pupils Editing skills developed Peer and self assessment opportunities Animated and clear PPT Expand your pupil’s vocabulary and enhance their writing techniques whilst writing about personal events. Engaging activities, opportunities for individual, paired and group work. Written for year 5 but relevant for year 6 and easily adaptable for years 3 and 4. All reviews welcome. To go with this unit download my Features of a Recount Display
Discussion Texts Teaching Pack Week 1
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Discussion Texts Teaching Pack Week 1

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A detailed week covering the imitate phase of learning about discussion texts. Includes open questions stimulating higher order thinking, interesting texts to engage children, interesting video links and differentiation. Every day starts with an engaging starter focusing on spellings, parenthesis, conjunctions and handwriting. Extra for experts activities for further challenge and modelled texts to support the lower ability. Learning objectives: I can understand a discussion text and identify its features I know how to identify facts and opinions I know how to use conjunctions to link ideas in a for or against argument I know how to write an introduction and conclusion I know how to plan a discussion text on ‘Is Homework Necessary?’ Main activities differentiated by colour: Green - LA Yellow and blue - MA Red - HA Check out the follow up week for this unit here. All reviews welcome.
UK Coastal Erosion Lesson KS2 Geography
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UK Coastal Erosion Lesson KS2 Geography

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A complete lesson on erosion on the UK coast, teaching the concepts of bays headlands, arches, stacks, stumps, caves and much more. Engaging resource pack with differentiation, answers, videos and animations. Includes a PowerPoint leading you through the whole lesson and all the necessary resources. Covers these national curriculum objectives: - Learn about diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments, - interaction between physical and human processes, - formation, use of and change of landscapes and environments. Written for UKS2 but can easily be used by all year 3, 4, 5 and 6. An engaging starter, mixture of independent, paired and group work. Plenty of opportunities for class dialogue and for children to share ideas. Full of interesting images to prompt discussion about geographical features. An extension activity included to challenge the higher ability. Plenary available for children to share their learning and present the challenge research. All reviews welcome. For more useful and reliable Geography lessons, plans and resources follow the links below: - Human Impact on Coasts KS2 - UK Coasts Physical Features KS2 - Journey Through Russia, Physical Features KS2 - Scandinavia Unit KS2 - Yosemite National Park Unit KS2 You can also find many more inspiring and engaging KS2 resources for a wide range of subjects at my shop: Teachallenjoy
Geography Report Comments
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Geography Report Comments

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Over 260 differentiated geography comments for boys and girls, covering 10 key areas for your primary KS2 reports. Create your report comments quickly this year by simply choosing a collection of comments to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for a whole class of 30 children. Written for the whole of KS2 focusing on learning aptitudes and the general areas covered so perfect for years 3, 4 , 5 and 6. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these original comments to create personalised and thoughtful reports. Differentiated 264 comments overall, divided into high, middle and low ability groups. Each group contains 10 sections with enough comments to make 30 personalised reports. 65 low ability, 76 middle ability and 85 high ability statements altogether. There are also 30 next steps included, 10 for each ability group. High Quality Use these high quality geography report comments, covering: Summary Continents World Biomes Physical features Human features Major countries Major cities UK Technical terms Geographical fieldwork Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. Collect statements for each child to make a paragraph then simply add in their name a few times to polish off your work. Just highlight the comments you have used to make sure all your 30 geography reports are quickly made and completely different. Also… Check out my other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320+ English Report Comments 280+ Maths Report Comments Report Comments MEGA BUNDLE
Summarising a Text Reading Planning KS2
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Summarising a Text Reading Planning KS2

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All you need for a week of reading lessons on summarising. Includes a detailed plan of the week, engaging teach-ready PowerPoint and all the necessary resources for UKS2. The animated 85 slide summarising reading Powerpoint takes you effortlessly through the week of 5 lessons. Questions designed to develop higher order thinking skills and all activities focused on improving comprehension skills whilst enhancing reading assessment results. Each day there are relevant and enjoyable starters, main activities and plenaries. Each lesson builds and expands on the previous one. All texts provided, a range of interesting genres and styles, fiction and non-fiction. Differentiated resources and activities for four groups of children (green LA, yellow M/LA, blue MA, red HA). Written for Year 5 but easily adaptable for all other KS2 classes. You might also be interested in: Whole Term of Reading Lessons Holiday Saver Bundle Whole Term of Reading Lessons Teacher Survival Bundle
'The Piano' Planning Powerpoints Resources KS2 Wk 1
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'The Piano' Planning Powerpoints Resources KS2 Wk 1

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5 complete English lessons responding to and exploring the powerful video clip ‘The Piano’ by Aidan Gibbons. Inlcudes 5 PowerPoints, paired and group work, modelled texts, new vocabulary, editing activities, complete inputs, starters and plenaries and differentiation. Higher order questioning probes deep into this interesting short movie inspiring descriptive writing and progress of writing skills. Engaging and complete Powerpoints provide many opportunities for productive paired, individual and group work. A range of modelled texts are provided so children can magpie new vocabulary whilst developing their editing, writing and publishing techniques. Written for KS2 it covers many relevant teaching points: relative clauses, expanded noun phrases, editing and improving language, parenthesis, creating an atmosphere, showing change within characters, describing settings, building suspense, summarising, identifying word classes and complex sentences. Starters include: spellings, synonyms, identifying verbs and adverbs, relative clauses and handwriting. Lesson 1 - Write a review of the clip responding to an email sent to the class. Lesson 2 - How to write about playing an instrument on your own - description and atmosphere. Lesson 3 - How to write about memories in stories, building suspense. Lesson 4 - Showing change in story characters. Lesson 5 - Planning your own memory story. All resources, a detailed plan and 5 PowerPoints are included, just download, print a few documents and your week of English lessons are ready to go. There are writing frames to support the lower ability and daily challenges for the higher ability. All reviews welcome. You can also download this as part of a bundle to save money: 2 Weeks of Planning Resources PowerPoints and a Display for The Piano Visit My Shop to find all the planning, Powerpoints and resources that you need to survive a teaching life.
Scandinavia Geography Unit KS2
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Scandinavia Geography Unit KS2

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7 Quality lessons covering all aspects of life in Scandinavia and National Curriculum Geography learning objectives. Powerful images, video links, resources, detailed plans and no preparation needed.
Comprehension Lessons on Identifying Themes when Reading KS2
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Comprehension Lessons on Identifying Themes when Reading KS2

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Teach your class how to identify and explain themes within stories when reading. This pack includes 5 lessons, the week’s plan, a 75 slide PowerPoint, 5 short engaging texts, differentiated activities, starters and plenaries. Use the detailed Powerpoint which leads your class through 5 lessons on themes so they are confident and independent with identifying themes when reading. Small extracts of the texts are used as a guided model to support and scaffold pupils before their independent work. Engage your class with the quick and relevant starter activities which build their vocabulary and consolidate their understanding of themes. Identifying Themes Pack Each lesson builds and expands on the previous one. All of the texts are provided, a range of interesting genres and styles. Modeled answers to comprehension assessment questions are included. Written and detailed plan included . Prompt higher order thinking skills using the questions and activities designed to develop comprehension skills and enhance reading assessment results. Include and challenge every child with the main activities which fit children of all learning styles. Cover these teaching points: What themes are. How and why we can group themes. How we can find themes. How to use inference to find themes. How to explain themes. How to use evidence to prove your themes. How to use 4 different types of evidence as proof. Quickly print the differentiated resources for four groups of children (green LA, yellow M/LA, blue MA, red HA). Summarise and extend each lesson using the plenaries planned for everyday. All reviews are welcome. You might also be interested in: Whole Term of Reading Lessons Holiday Saver Bundle Whole Term of Reading Lessons Teacher Survival Bundle
Year 5/6 Spelling Words
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Year 5/6 Spelling Words

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All the spelling words and rules that year 5 and 6 need to know. Available in different formats for all of your spelling needs. Designed to save time, enhance progress and increase pupil independence. This could be used as an assessment tool, homework support or stuck into books to support learning. All reviews welcome. For daily lessons on how to teach these rules follow this link: Teachallenjoy Here you will find year 5/6 spelling lessons for the whole year: Term 1 Weekly Spelling Lessons and Dictations Term 2 Weekly Spelling Lessons and Dictations Term 3 Weekly Spelling Lessons and Dictations Term 4 Weekly Spelling Lessons and Dictations Term 5 Weekly Spelling Lessons and Dictations Term 6 Weekly Spelling Lessons and Dictations
Pupil Conferencing Questions English Subject Leader
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Pupil Conferencing Questions English Subject Leader

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Relevant auditing questions to ask children when monitoring English as a subject leader. Written for primary school children, easily adaptable for secondary. Review your subject so that if Ofsted arrive you can be confident in your knowledge of where the children are at, what they understand, what they can do and are likely to say in a discussion. Choose from over 60 deep and meaningful questions to ignite interesting discussions with your pupils. Covers key areas which are currently prominent in education, such as: - key texts, - independent learning skills, - self and peer assessment, - computing skills, - teacher support, - learning dialogue, - drafting, - editing and publishing skills, - challenge, - higher level thinking, - marking styles, - peer evaluation, - targets, - dictionaries, - thesaurus, - teacher feedback, - evidence of improving ability All of these topics are addressed within these main areas: - General Lessons, - Assessment, - Reading, - Exercise Books, - SPAG, - Wellbeing. These questions could be adapted to other subjects easily. All reviews welcome. You can find many more reliable and useful English Leader resources and tools at my shop: Teachallenjoy To keep up to date with the new English curriculum 2017 use these handy tools for the whole school below: - Writing Assessment Guidance - Speaking and Listening Self, Peer and Teacher Assessments - Guided Reading and Comprehension Question Openers - SMART Writing Targets