A complete assembly with both PPT and script for the start of the new school year. The assembly features a 'how to start the school year successfully' guide with six main points including 'be prepared to fail' and 'listen'. Youtube clips featuring famous people who have failed, Mo Farrah and the benefits of being positive are included as well as the Back to School soundtrack from Grease 2 as entry music. Designed primarily for year 7 - year 11. The assembly has been written for class delivery or for one person.
A 15 slide PPT which has been designed for an assembly or simply as an informative resource to help pupils understand about VE day and the 75th anniversary on May 8th. It looks at the events leading up to VE day in 1945 and also describes events of 7th May and VE day itself. There is a link to Churchill’s speech given on VE Day and each slide has photographs on. The PPT is intended to educate pupils as to what VE Day was as we approach the 75th anniversary. Resource is suitable for KS2,3, and 4.
A 16 slide PPT which explains what present and past progressive verbs are. Activities are included to help pupils with their understanding. Also, a SAT style question is looked at. Designed for Year 6 pupils but could be used for other age groups. Use to introduce the concept or as a revision aid.
Also see my other SATs PPTS: Active and Passive; Present Perfect; Simple Past and Simple Present. This PPT is also available as a 3-part 'verb tense' bundle along with Simple Past/Present and Present Perfect costing £3. Please see: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/verb-tenses-for-year-6-sats-11804840
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Buy my Present Perfect; Present Progressive and Past Progressive; Simple Past and Simple Present verb tense PPTs together saving you half price. All three PPTs are designed for Year 6 pupils and could be used to introduce each verb tense or as a revision guide. Activities for pupils are included as are SAT style questions.
A 12 slide PPT which goes over what modal verbs are, the main modal verbs and a look at how modal verbs can change the meanings of sentences. Pupils activities are included throughout as well as two SATs style questions.
Designed for Year 5/6 pupils. Could be used to introduce modal verbs or as a revision aid in the run up to May.
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A complete assembly including a 23 slide PPT and script. The assembly has been designed for whole class delivery or by an individual teacher. The assembly looks at who St. Andrew was and moves on to focus on the actual celebrations in Scotland. Includes music for entry and exit and a couple of clips. Is suitable for KS2, KS3 and KS4. Can also be used in the classroom as a general St. Andrew's Day resource.
A comprehensive PPT presentation on the use of paragraphs. Ideal for Year 6 SATs but would also work well for any other KS2/KS3/KS4 students needing to know about paragraphs. The presentation has 4 lesson outcomes which could be delivered over one lesson or divided into smaller chunks (learning reflection/mini-plenaries included for each learning outcome). The resource looks briefly at the importance of paragraphs and then talks about TiP ToP. Pupils need to identify where and why paragraphs are needed in two different texts (worksheets included). Also included is a planning task where pupils need to plan their paragraphs and topic sentences for a piece of non-fiction writing. I am an English teacher who specialises in grammar and who works in both primary and secondary schools. Thanks for looking.
A one-page revision worksheet concentrating on nouns, adjectives, adverbs and adjectives. Consists of two activities. Firstly a cloze activity which explains what each of the four word classes are and secondly, four easy sentences for pupils to read and identify the word classes.
A detailed essay plan for KS3 looking at suspense in The Red Room. Can be used as an assessment piece.
Could be used at the end of the topic as it assumes that some work has been done on character, setting and language.
Students should use the bullet points to help them write PEE paragraphs.
Resource consists of one essay plan.
A comprehensive, 30 slide, active and passive PPT. It starts off looking at what a sentence is and touches on subjects and verbs. I then go on to explain how to identify an active sentence and then a passive sentence. I also look at how to convert from active to passive and vice-versa. There are activities for pupils to complete and several SATs style questions as well as teacher notes.
The PPT has been designed for Year 6 SATs but could be used with older pupils and could be used to introduce active and passive or as a revision tool.
Also see my other SATs PPTS: Present and Past Progressive verbs; Present Perfect; Simple Past and Simple Present. Bundles also available.
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NB: The preview slides look distorted on my preview. The words all fit neatly into the boxes in my PPT and don't spill out as in the preview. Your download will match my copy. Any problems then please let me know.
An 8 slide PPT which explains what the present perfect verb tense is. It is designed with Year 6 pupils in mind but could be used with other ages. Pupil activities are included as well as a SAT style question.
Use to introduce the concept or as a revision aid.
Also,see my other SATs PPTS: Active and Passive; Present and Past Progressive verbs; Simple Past and Simple Present. This PPT is also part of a three part 'verb tense' bundle along with Simple Past/Present and Present/Past Progressive costing £3 in total. Please see: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/verb-tenses-for-year-6-sats-11804840
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A 9 slide PPT ideal for Year 6 SATs prep but also good for teachers of KS2/3/4 needing to teach / revise where capital letters go. The PPT looks at where capital letters need to go and includes several independent tasks which results in pupils having to really think for themselves. Also includes a SATs style question which can easily be removed if not relevant to your class. The last task is the creation of a poster to demonstrate pupils' knowledge of where capital letters need to go.
Please see my other KS2 SATs resources including PPTs about the subjunctive; simple past and present; present perfect verb form and present and past progressive verbs.
A 28 slide PPT and script, looking at the importance of tradition at Christmas time. The assembly focuses in on the three traditions of xmas pudding, crackers and pantomimes, looking at how the traditions came about and how they have evolved. It then talks about the importance of traditions and rituals (whatever your beliefs) in British society.
NB: This assembly was written for a whole class assembly and so includes a script. For teachers wanting to deliver the assembly alone then please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/christmas-traditions-assembly-11794061 for a modified version which doesn't have a script but has more information on the slides.
An 11 slide PPT looking mainly at Donald Trump, who he is and what he has promised to do. There is also a slide on Hillary Clinton and a message that this is democracy in action. This is a slightly modified version of my last Donald Trump PPT so please don't buy again if you bought the original. The PPT has been redesigned to reflect the inauguration of the new president. Could be used in assembly or tutor time and links into current affairs and citizenship. Suitable for upper KS2 and secondary.
(For some reason, viewers are not able to preview this PPT and I have notified TES. In the meantime, you can preview my other Donald Trump assembly https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/american-election-donald-trump-11417737 because it is very similar to this one - thanks).
A 10 slide PPT which explains what simple past and present verbs are and how to identify them. Activities are included for pupils to complete. A SAT style question is also included. Designed for Year 6 pupils but could be used with other ages. Could be used to introduce the concept or as a revision tool.
NB: This resource is also available as a bundle with two other 'verb tense' PPTs - Present Perfect and Present Progressive/Past Progressive costing £3
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UPDATED - An end of year quiz with a focus on English. The resource consists of a PPT with 50 questions and an answer sheet. Rounds are as follows:
Round 1 - Name the famous author (multiple choice)
Round 2 - Catchphrase
Round 3 - Name the fictional place
Round 4 - Name the film
Round 5 - Spellings (multiple choice)
Answers for each round come at the end of the round which makes it easier if you just want to do selected rounds.
Suitable for KS3/4.
A comprehensive PPT with just under 30 slides looking at the importance of tradition at Christmas time. The assembly focuses in on the three traditions of xmas pudding, crackers and pantomimes, looking at how the traditions came about and how they have evolved. It then talks about the importance of traditions and rituals (whatever your beliefs) in British society.
NB: This assembly has been designed for delivery by one person. However, a version is available for whole class delivery which comes with a script. Please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/christmas-tradition-assembly-whole-class-delivery-11794076
This resource contains 4 different, independent tasks which culminate in pupils writing a persuasive speech to be delivered to their peers. Each activity has been designed to complete at home, thus giving you 4 weeks worth of homework and one more if you add a week for rehearsal or making a PPT to go with their speech.
The first homework looks at Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech and asks pupils to identify persuasive features. Self-assessment is also included.
An 11 slide PPT which could be used for an assembly or tutor time or as general information for your class. Suitable for KS2 / KS3 and KS4, it looks at Trump and Clinton and then goes on to say what Trump has pledged to do and how America might change. There is also a short clip of Trump's acceptance speech and the message of democracy. A current and relevant PPT.