The spelling booklet has now evolved. If you have used my previous resource, your pupils should now have some skills in memorising spellings. They can be used during form time/registration, to fit in across the curriculum This resource contains: word lists ready to be photocopied, some hints to memorise tricky spellings, plenary activities, interactive games for each word list, cloze exercises to show PROGRESS for Ofsted *Please note when you open the powerpoint there will be music/noise for a few seconds- it's the macros.Macros must be enabled to use the games.*
To be used with the video clips from the BBC Video Nation area: E.g. http://www.bbc.co.uk/videonation/articles/s/stoke_nohome.shtml Pupils watch each film, using the table to make notes about people who have been made homeless under a range of circumstances. Pupils then complete a group activity where they choose which person deserves a home. Can be developed into a role play, etc. Suitable for charity work, after assemblies, PSHE, citizenship, English (Stone Cold)... all sorts really. :)
Useful for pupils and teachers to assess functional skills.
Pupils can use this in their evidence file as a starting point for the Arts Award.
requirements for pupils and what teachers need to do to gain level 1 and level in Functional Skills.
any subject can use. Great to use around the time of those coursework deadlines... when marking becomes less of a priority!
in English or any other subject of your choice. Just place your special coloured paper in the printer, copy and paste and hey presto!