English language full ‘how to write a summary’ lesson with resources, instructions and teacher slides. Worksheets are included in in the slide. This is for IGCSE English EDEXCEL/ Cambridge or key stage 3 summary writing lessons. It would suit other subjects too in the Humanities if summary writing is required.
English language GCSE, Literacy, EAL, ESL and functional skills.
Tasks related to real word issues
Literacy and PSHE resources together
Interactive lessons and student centered
KS4 English ESL
Whole school literacy
This a Power point with a whole interactive lesson.
This a grammar lesson on sentence types for English/ EAL/ ESL/EFL/Literacy and drama.
This is for Key stage 3 and 4/ IGCSE/Functional skills.
It focuses on simple, compound and complex sentences, the material should last 1-2 lessons, there are a range of pair work activities, group work activities, opportunity for students to write on the board, there is a role - play and peer assessment. The students have examples and a quick assessment quiz also.
Whole interactive lesson for English about drones, they are currently a hot topic in the media and becoming a pain to some individuals. There is a lot of interactive discussion, a word search, key vocabulary, writing and a debate. Good for IELTS, EAL learners, ESL, EFL and Citizenship students and also for IGCSE ESL core and extneded learners. Also good for Key stage 2/3 differentation for more able learners.
This has 4 pages with 5 activities, most are interactive. There is a variation of group work, pair work and individual. It is straight forward and good for grade 4 -6 as well as EAL refresher for KS3/4 students. Starts with a brainstorm warmer wich students love, instructions written easily for students and for teacher to follow.
Grammar Basic ESL lesson- Simple PPT presentation
Presentation starts - eliciting a range of activities from images to decipher what students already know
Teacher then presents slides with answers after, then students can peer assess.
There is a short table explaining how to form the past time regular and then irregular.
At the and there is an activity which can be done as speaking or writing.
Useful for capital letters and question make review, students correct sentences, students use questions to do a speaking interview, students then fill in the peer assessment. Fully instructed worksheet for KS2 EAL Literacy or Functional skills, could also be used as a KS3 warmer to brush up on basic skills.
Speaking card at about Japan weighing laws, Ss will be prompted to discuss their thoughts and then brainstorm for and against arguments. Good for ESL IGCSE and IELTS. Also good for global learning for KS3 English speaking.
With two great starters for any subject or for English KS3 and 4, students will do a fun getting to know you task, then brainstorm adjectives, then do a project about peace and harmony to display on the wall. Great for collaboration, fun, team building skills, reviewing adjectives and active learning. Can also be used as an introductory unit for IGCSE ESL or any ESL / EAL work.
Intrduction to weird sports to build learners research and team-work skills, this lesson is engaging and fun, it will build learners cultural awareness and provide them with knowledge that will allow them to think outside the box when answering writing or speaking questions for IGCSE English or IELTS. This lesson links with ICT, Numeracy and public speaking as well as English. It is on thr topic of sports but gives learners a more critical insight.
They will take part in a discussion, a research activity, presenting activity, create a survey, construct a pie chart, summarise the pie chart and then make a persuasive leaflet on a weird sport of their choice.
Fun and appealing to all learning styles.
This is 5 step worksheet designed to develop and expand general English vocabulary.
It can be used in literacy, EAL, English or form time.
It was designed as a revision sheet for my class however it can be used for any English class.
It covers spelling, synonyms, creating context clues and answer questions within different contexts whilst also recapping parts of speech.
The material will last 1-2 sessions.
This game is excellent for any age to improve listening and spelling. There are a sheet of letters which need to be copied and laminated each student will receive about 55 letters and work in a group or with another person. The teacher calls out the word and the students have to spell the word using the letters on their desk then call out if they are first t finish. It is so competitive and mostly used in English/EAL and ESL but can be used even as a warmer to review key words in any subject. There are some recommended words form easy to hard but of course the list is endless. All students enjoy this because it is hands on and interactive.