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Resources to share with primary teachers - inspiring one another.

Resources to share with primary teachers - inspiring one another.
Persuasive Writing Example
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Persuasive Writing Example

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This can be used as a persuasive writing example which can be annotated individually or as a class to identify the structural and lingustic features of persuasive texts.
Editable Traffic Lights
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Editable Traffic Lights

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Tired of reminding your children to check their spelling, punctuation and grammar? Me too! I created this resource to encourage children to take ownership for their spelling, punctuation and grammar. Each child starts the day/week on 30 points and children lose points for making simple errors that they shouldn’t be at their age/phase (if they haven’t rectified these). The child with the most points at the end of the day/week. Reading is slightly different as children start on 0 points and accumulate points based on their reading comprehension answers/ book talk i.e adding evidence is worth 2 points. Hope this is useful. All ideas inspired by Jane Considine - The Write Stuff.
Editable Traffic light Points
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Editable Traffic light Points

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Tired of reminding children to check their spelling, punctuation and grammar? Me too! I created this resource to encourage children to take ownership for their own learning in a slightly competitive way. Each child begins the day/week on 30 points. If they make simple errors which they shouldn’t be doing at their age/phase (that they haven’t rectified), then they lose a point. The child with the most points at the end of the week/day will win a prize. I use the reading points slightly differently - children start on 0 points and are awarded points depending on their reading comprehension answers/ book talk answers i.e using a bonus talk word when explaining, using evidence to support their answer etc. This resource is inspired by Jane Considine.