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Ancient Egypt - Life After Death - Afterlife - Lesson 6 - KS2
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Ancient Egypt - Life After Death - Afterlife - Lesson 6 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Egyptians. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on Ancient Egyptian’s life after death (afterlife), the process of mummification, canopic jars, natron salt, shroud, amulet, the book of the dead, inside the burial chamber, tombs, scenery, spells, Howard Carter, and the mummy’s curse. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 19 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is to complete a worksheet about the process of mummification. Learning objectives To learn about life after death in ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt - Inventions - Lesson 8 - KS2
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Ancient Egypt - Inventions - Lesson 8 - KS2

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Ancient Egypt - Inventions - Lesson 8 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Egyptians. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on the ancient Egyptian inventions such as Cosmetic Make-up, Jewellery, Wigs, High Heels, Toothpaste, Medicine, Surgical Instruments, the Police, Lock & Key, Clocks (Obelisk & Clepsydra), the Calendar, Chairs, Tables, Senet, Throw stick, Shadoof, the Sickle and Ox-drawn Plough This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 22 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is to complete a investigate worksheet. Learning objectives To learn about ancient Egyptian inventions.
Islam - Islamic Prayer - Lesson 6 - KS2
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Islam - Islamic Prayer - Lesson 6 - KS2

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With the non‑statutory guidance of 2010 for Religious education in mind, I have formulated my lessons to investigate religions and beliefs. So children can develop a mutual understanding of the world around them and respective view of others differences in beliefs. This lesson is about the Islamic Prayer, key topics discussed as follows prayer, Wudu, Salah, the Fiver Pillars of Islam, five daily prayers, Kabaa, ritual prayers, Fajr, Dhur, Asr, Maghrib, Isha, prayer beads, Tasbih, routine and prayer mats. The lesson is straight forward and reliable sources were used to write religious Islamic facts. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 15 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The tasks for this lesson is drawing a picture to represent different times Learning objectives • To learn about the Islamic Prayer
Victorians - Victorian  Inventions- Lesson 12 - KS2
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Victorians - Victorian Inventions- Lesson 12 - KS2

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Victorians - Victorian Inventions (KS2) This lesson discusses the major Victorian inventions and inventors that helped fuel the industrial revolution. It includes a Victorian timeline of inventions. 5 British Victorian Inventors, Alexander Graham Bell, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, James Starley, Sarah Guppy and George Jennings. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 13 slides. This lesson comes with a suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson, Children can choose two pictures of Victorian inventions and then fill in a detective/investigative worksheet. Now updated to include a research article to save time. Learning objectives • To learn about Victorian inventions and how they have impacted our lives today
Ancient Rome - Roman Inventions - Lesson 10 - KS2
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Ancient Rome - Roman Inventions - Lesson 10 - KS2

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Ancient Rome - Roman Inventions - Lesson 10 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Romans. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on the Romans inventions, development and spread such as the arch and vault in their architecture, concrete, Aqueduct, Sewer Systems, Roads, Towns, Julian Calendar, Roman Numerals, Latin, Newspapers, Postal Service, Roman Sculptures, Mosaics, Glassware, Roman Baths, Public Parks, Libraries, Roman Fruits & Vegetables, Wine and the screw press. Job profiles include Roman Entertainment (sports, theatre and public spectacles), Gladiator fights, Roman Police Officers (lictors) Roman firefighters (Vigiles), and Street Cleaners. This lesson can be split into two lessons; inventions and job profiles. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 30 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is to complete a investigate worksheet with an article. Learning objectives To learn about Roman inventions
Victorians - Industrial Revolution - Lesson 11 - KS2
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Victorians - Industrial Revolution - Lesson 11 - KS2

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Victorians - Industrial Revolution (KS2) This lesson discusses the events before, during and after the Industrial Revolution. It also analyses the impact the Industrial Revolution had on Victorian society. In addition, the working and living conditions of the Victorian workers is discussed. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 18 slides. This lesson comes with a suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is a sorting activity and has a challenge card. Learning objectives • To learn about the Industrial Revolution
Victorians - Victorian Toys - Lesson 9 - KS2
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Victorians - Victorian Toys - Lesson 9 - KS2

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Victorians - Victorian Toys (KS2) This lesson has many pictures of Victorian toys and pictures of Victorians children with their toys. Rich and poor children’s toys. A link is also included that shows lots of different Victorians toys that children may recognise. Also included in one of the slides is a class comparison activity to teach how to compare and what to look for. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 20 slides. This lesson comes with a suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is a comparison activity and pictures. Learning objectives • To learn about Victorian Toys • To compare Victorian Toys with modern Toys
Victorians- The Rich and Poor Children and their Differences - Lesson 3 - KS2
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Victorians- The Rich and Poor Children and their Differences - Lesson 3 - KS2

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Victorians - The Rich and Poor Children and their Differences (KS2) This lesson focuses on the differences in lifestyles and jobs of the poor Victorian children. The lesson demonstrates how rich Victorian children were raised compared to the life of poor Victorian children, who needed to work to survive. The job environments discussed are chimney sweeps, coal mines and factories. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 16 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is a Venn diagram task that encourages children to compare and find similarities and differences. Learning objectives • To learn about the jobs Victorian children had • To compare the lifestyles of the poor and rich Victorians
Islam - Islam and the Quran - Lesson 2 -  KS2
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Islam - Islam and the Quran - Lesson 2 - KS2

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With the non‑statutory guidance of 2010 for Religious education in mind, I have formulated my lessons to investigate religions and beliefs. So children can develop a mutual understanding of the world around them and respective view of others differences in beliefs. This lesson is about Quran, key topics discussed as follows Allah, Prophet Muhammad, Jibreel , Sunnah and how the Quran influences Muslims’ everyday life. The lesson is straight forward and reliable sources were used to write religious Islamic facts. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 15 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The tasks for this lesson is an interactive true or false, then a writing activity as shown and lastly an extension writing your own book of rules. Learning objectives • To learn about the Quran
Ancient Egypt - The Rich and Poor - Lesson 7 - KS2
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Ancient Egypt - The Rich and Poor - Lesson 7 - KS2

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Ancient Egypt - The Rich and Poor - Lesson 7 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Egyptians. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on the differences of the rich and poor lives of the Ancient Egyptians. This lesson discusses the different jobs, houses, food, furniture and clothing. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 20 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is to complete a Venn diagram. Learning objectives To learn about the difference in lifestyles of the rich and poor.
Ancient Rome - Rich & Poor Romans - Lesson 13 - KS2
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Ancient Rome - Rich & Poor Romans - Lesson 13 - KS2

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Ancient Rome - Rich & Poor Romans - Lesson 13 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Romans. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on the differences in lifestyles of the rich and poor Romans. These slides discusses the social hierarchy of the Roman society (slaves, plebeians, patricians, senators, consuls and the emperor). The difference in work opportunities and jobs for the rich and poor. The differences in housing (Domus, Villa, Insulae and wooden huts). Also discussed in this lesson are the different furnishings rich and poor Romans had in their homes. Moving on, what did the Romans eat? the three main meals (Ientaculum, Prandium and Cena). The kinds of foods the rich romans ate. Their eating habits of eating while reclined on couches. Whereas the poor would have to rely emperors to supply free grain that could be made into bread or porridge to survive. The clothes the rich and poor Romans wore such as the toga, tunic, and stola. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 28 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is to complete a venn diagram to compare lifestyles of the rich and poor Romans. Learning objectives To learn about the difference in lifestyles of the rich and poor.
Ancient Egypt - Farming - Lesson 3 - KS2
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Ancient Egypt - Farming - Lesson 3 - KS2

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Ancient Egypt - Farming - KS2 - Lesson 3 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Egyptians. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on Ancient Egypt’s farming, the black land, the Ancient Egyptian calendar (the three seasons: Ahket, Peret and Shemu), farming tools and the benefits of the river Nile. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 14 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is a complete a worksheet that encourages children to answer questions on farming Learning objectives To learn about farming in Ancient Egypt.
Writing - Season Poetry - Autumn - Acrostic Poem - Lesson 5 - KS1/KS2
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Writing - Season Poetry - Autumn - Acrostic Poem - Lesson 5 - KS1/KS2

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Writing - Season Poetry - Autumn - Acrostic Poem - Lesson 5 - KS1/KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created this season-based lesson. As reinforced by the National Curriculum, children should experience high-quality discussions on a wide range of poems and learn the poetry tools to create their own. The season focus for this lesson is Autumn, with mention of the Halloween and 5th of November. Many detailed pictures and videos are attached (leaves, types of leaves, natural views of the process of autumn, chocolates, candied apples). Click on the link on the first page, and slowly discuss the imagery on the slides. Children will learn what an acrostic poem is? Children will then create a word mat using the letters A,U,T,M and N to later make an acrostic poem that spells Autumn. Included in this pack is a fully editable PowerPoint with a learning objectives and and task to start writing an acrostic poem. There are 54 slides. Also included in this resource pack is a filled word mat, a blank word mat, an acrostic poem template and an example of a AUTUMN acrostic poem in the powerpoint. Learning Objective: To write an autumn acrostic poem.
ESOL - Entry 1 - English - All About Me Bundle
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ESOL - Entry 1 - English - All About Me Bundle

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ESOL - Entry 1 - English - All About Me Bundle English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) refers to learning English as a new resident in an English-speaking country. ESOL classes can include areas such as survival English, functional language, specific speaking and listening skills, and sociocultural information. The purpose is to support learners whose first language is not English, helping them gain the communication skills needed to progress in the workplace, education and beyond. Each Lesson Pack Contains: A Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Objectives, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides). There are 5 lessons in this bundle: What is your name?- Lesson 1 Where are you from?- Lesson 2 My family - Lesson 3 Hobbies and Interests - Lesson 4 Jobs - Lesson 5 Learning Objectives; To learn how to self-introduce. To practice asking introduction questions. To learn to say countries, nationalities and talk about where they are from. To learn how to introduce family members. To learn how to express interests and hobbies. To learn how to describe a job or dream job.
Ancient Egypt - Hieroglyphics - Lesson 9 - KS2
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Ancient Egypt - Hieroglyphics - Lesson 9 - KS2

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Ancient Egypt - Hieroglyphics - Lesson 9 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Egyptians. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on the ancient Egyptian system of writing, hieroglyphics, the Invention of writing, Scribes, the use of hieroglyphics in temples, the use of hieroglyphics in tombs, the use of Record-keeping & the Government, the discovery of the Rosetta Stone and the writing materials (wood, papyrus and limestone) and examples of hieroglyphics. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 12 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is to complete a worksheet. Learning objectives To learn about hieroglyphics.
Victorians- Workhouses - Lesson 6 - KS2
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Victorians- Workhouses - Lesson 6 - KS2

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Victorians - Workhouses (KS2) This lesson focuses on the experiences of poor Victorian people in workhouses, it details their uniforms, meals, jobs, rules and punishments. This PowerPoint slide also has a short extract of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and a link of the movie scene of ‘please sir, can I have some more? This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 15 slides. This lesson comes with a suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is a blank routine activity for children to fill in their daily routines and to compare both routines. Learning objectives • To learn about Workhouses • To compare your daily routine to a child in a workhouse’s
Ancient Egypt - Religion- Gods & Goddesses - Lesson 4 - KS2
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Ancient Egypt - Religion- Gods & Goddesses - Lesson 4 - KS2

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Ancient Egypt - Religion- Gods & Goddesses - KS2 - Lesson 4 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Egyptians. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses on Ancient Egypt’s religious belief, polytheism, worship through life and the afterlife. Some of the gods and goddesses that are discussed include Ra (Atum), Bastet, Amun, Hathor, Osiris, Isis, Horus, Neith, Anubis, Nephthys, Geb, Nut, Bes and Tefnut. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 18 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is a complete a fact file on one of the Ancient Egyptian god/goddess. Learning objectives To learn about religion in Ancient Egypt. To learn about Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.
Writing - Season Poetry - Summer - Acrostic Poem - Lesson 4 - KS1/KS2
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Writing - Season Poetry - Summer - Acrostic Poem - Lesson 4 - KS1/KS2

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Writing - Season Poetry - Summer - Acrostic Poem - Lesson 4 - KS1/KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created this season-based lesson. As reinforced in the National Curriculum, children should experience of high-quality discussions on a wide range of poems. The season focus for this lesson is summer, with mention of the seaside. Many detailed pictures and videos are attached were taken by me (seaside, fish and chips, waves, ice cream, park, picnic, funfair and the arcade). Click on the link on the first page, and slowly go through the slides. Children will learn what an acrostic poem is? Children will then create a word mat using the letters S,U M, E, and R to later create their own acrostic poem that spells SUMMER. Included in this pack is a fully editable PowerPoint with a learning objectives and and task to start writing an acrostic poem. There are 28 slides. Also included in this resource pack is a filled word mat, a blank word mat, an acrostic poem template and an example of a SUMMER acrostic poem in the powerpoint. Learning Objective: To write a summer acrostic poem.
Islam - Islamic Art  - Lesson 12 - KS2
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Islam - Islamic Art - Lesson 12 - KS2

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With the non‑statutory guidance of 2010 for Religious education in mind, I have formulated my lessons to investigate religions and beliefs. So children can develop a mutual understanding of the world around them and respective view of others differences in beliefs. This lesson is about the Islamic Art, key topics discussed as follows Islamic ruling why, Geometric patterns and their usage, Arabic Calligraphy. The lesson is straight forward and reliable sources were used to write religious Islamic and historical facts. This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as it is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 24 slides. With many picture examples. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The tasks for this lesson is creating geometric patterns using the step by step provided. Learning objectives To learn about Islamic Art To create Geometric Patterns
Ancient Rome -  Roman Emperors - Lesson 3 - KS2
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Ancient Rome - Roman Emperors - Lesson 3 - KS2

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Ancient Rome - Roman Emperors - Lesson 3 - KS2 With the National Curriculum in mind, I have created a high-quality history lesson with a task attached about the Ancient Romans. The National Curriculum puts forward that history education should help children gain a chronologically secure knowledge, understanding of the past of the wider world. It should also inspire children’s curiosity to know more about the past and empower them to be confident historians. This lesson focuses the rulers of Ancient Roman. Roman emperors ruled ancient Rome. They made important decisions, like making new rules and taking care of big buildings. Some were really good leaders, while others had some problems. Roman Emperors discussed (Augustus, Tiberius, Nero, Vespasian, Trajan, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Diocletian and Constantine). This lesson is in PowerPoint format and can be taught as is or changed to suit individual classes. Detailed PowerPoint Lesson with 14 slides. This lesson comes with suggested activity or task that is also attached. The task for this lesson is answer a research based worksheet using the article provided. Learning objectives To learn about the rulers of ancient Rome