This gives the student an overall idea about what is expected when they need to write a critical essay or an essay that compares two or more texts. It gives the student a guideline of points to follow when planning and writing their essay.
This is suitable for KS1-2 students. Some words are long that are used here but part of the learning can be to find out the meaning if some students’ don’t know the words. The worksheet looks at some basic sounds such as ‘ch’ as well as longer ones such as ‘ough’.
This resource is suitable for mixed ability KS2. it introduces some basic sentence structures and as well as explaining what a subordinate and embedded clause is. It also requires them to give examples of their own. This can be peer marked or teacher marked and is good for an extension task or stand alone activity.
This discussion sheet and poem are about Benjamin Zephaniah's poem; Talking Turkeys. Ideal for Christmas or for poetry analysis. Good for KS3 students and for group work. Discussing ethical issues related to the meaning of Christmas and the welfare of turkeys.
This resource is ideal for KS3/4 students who are studying the play. The resource gives background on theme, context and Inspector Goole. Children can question the role of the Inspector within the play and what role the family play in Eva's death.
This short piece of writing looks at getting students to consider changing their vocabulary. Once they have completed this task get the students to create one of their own to give to their piers. Good for language, listening and expanding vocabulary.