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A handful of resources that I have created and that colleagues have reported as being useful.

A handful of resources that I have created and that colleagues have reported as being useful.
DADWAVERS!
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DADWAVERS!

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Inspired by The Literacy Shed’s fiction-writing technique, based on their example story.
Reading Question Types:
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Reading Question Types:

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Perfect SATs prep: explains the difference between literal, inference and evaluative questions. Based - in part - on the Quick Fix for Year Six books.
The Tree of Life: character analysis tool
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The Tree of Life: character analysis tool

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Originally* offered to me as a tool for evaluating where I saw myself in my career, I now use it to help pupils evaluate where on the tree they see characters at a given point in a story. A useful starter/plenary activity. I do not know the origin of this resource and claim no credit for it. Happy to credit the creator if required to do so.
Homework, etc. labels
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Homework, etc. labels

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Avery labels to indicate where work completed was a homework task. Various colours indicate whether the task was complete, partially-completed or incomplete. Also contains labels to indicate work completed independently, with TA assistance, etc.