A model of a newspaper headline announcing the declaration of WWII following Neville Chamberlain's wireless broadcast and considering the viewpoints of several characters from Goodnight Mr Tom.You could look at this article and highlight the key techniques used (WAGOLL) before guided or independent writing. Please note that not all historical content may be entirely factual in this text - I have used a lot of this information from guided writing/drama with my y6 pupils and have made this resource to uplevel their work.
Children required to colour different amounts on measuring jugs. Of course practical work is better for instilling the notion of capacity, but this can be a good visual representation of varying amounts.
A list of persuasive phrases to cut up and hide around the classroom. The idea is that chn walk around in pairs to find as many as they can, then fill them in on their grid and write a sentence to demonstrate the use of each opener.
This is a powerpoint of images designed as a stimulus for discussion within the classroom. It questions gender stereotypes and roles in the workplace/society. \n\nSome questions included to guide teachers/group discussion. \n\nThis has been designed for an UKS2 class but could also be used with older children as it contains some thought provoking slides.
Tutorial how to add numbers on a number line for my KS2 Y5/6 low ability set (level 3)
Progresses to 1 step addition word problems. Please feel free to add or amend accordingly. Feedback appreciated, many thanks
I have used some information from fellow TES family members but lesson ideas and presentations are my own.
Some lessons have not been uploaded due to copyright. However, I am happy to disclose my lesson overview if you wish to get in touch.
Thanks for looking!