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AS AQA example oral questions
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AS AQA example oral questions

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Topic-based sheets of example questions for AS AQA speaking examination. Each sheet relates to one topic area and contains a range of question types / purposes.
HIstory role-play prompt sheet
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HIstory role-play prompt sheet

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Oral task prompt for discussion / revision of life in Occupied France in class or with assistant. Sheet gives instructions for students and historical roles to play; the boxes can be used for notemaking and / or cut out to make role cards.
French Resistance (factors in development)
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French Resistance (factors in development)

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Resource to help students identify and evaluate factors prompting the French to join the resistance in WWII. Page 1 has picture prompts representing key events / figures for students to identify. Page 2 has identification, description and evaluation (rate importance) tasks. Page 3 is a worked example of completed outcome.
Improving writing 47 page worksheet pack for Key stage 2 and 3.
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Improving writing 47 page worksheet pack for Key stage 2 and 3.

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DESCRIPTION - Improving writing worksheet pack - Creative word, sentence and text activities. The majority of the worksheets in this 47 PAGE pack are differentiated. Task sheet a is aimed at more able pupils Task sheet b offers more support for pupils. Suitable for (upper) Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3. SECTION A – WORD AND SENTENCE IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES Section A contains worksheets which start with identification of parts of speech and then require pupils to write their own sentences using these language features. This provides the teacher with an opportunity to Assess Pupils’ Progress on discrete elements. These worksheets focus on identifying and explaining writers’ word choice to inform pupils’ own writing. Creative and adventurous word choice is promoted through the activities to encourage pupils to experiment with language and produce compositions of a high quality. CONTENT: 1. Inferring meaning 2. Analysing word choice 3. Expressive Adjectives 4. Interesting Adverbs 5. Precise Nouns 6. Powerful Verbs 7. Similes and Metaphors 8. Conjunctions SECTION B - DRAWING IT ALL TOGETHER Section B contains activities to put the sentence level work into practice within written compositions. The worksheets focus on using a range of vocabulary and expressive parts of speech in sentences, paragraphs and short texts. This provides the teacher with an opportunity to Assess Pupils’ Progress using vocabulary expressively and creatively within a text. CONTENT: 9. Drawing it all together – sentences 10. Drawing it all together – paragraphs – character description 11. Drawing it all together – paragraphs – scene description 12. Drawing it all together – paragraphs – description of action 13. Drawing it all together - text composition 14. Drawing it all together – finish the story 15. Drawing it all together – whole story
Writing a character portrait of Macbeth - example paragraphs,
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Writing a character portrait of Macbeth - example paragraphs,

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These worksheets will support pupils in their writing of a character portrait of Macbeth. There are example paragraphs to aid the less able. There are prompts to encourage the more able to explain further and find quotes to support their answers. There are references to different act and scenes to encourage pupils to be precise in their descriptions and find suitable quotes. Suitable for Year 6 or KS3 or Less able KS4.
Macbeth's diary activity and homework task
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Macbeth's diary activity and homework task

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Included are two documents. One is a diary entry which I have written from Macbeth's point of view. The activity suggested is to find the ambitious vocabulary and similes used in the diary entry. The second word document is a homework prompt asking pupils' to write their own diary entry from Macbeth's point of view. Suitable for Year 6, KS3 or less able KS4.
Year 4 Division using place value counters
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Year 4 Division using place value counters

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Five differentiated division sheets for Year 4, Spring 1 - Block 1 - Division - White Rose Hub. Less able pupils can use the pre-drawn grids to share out place value counters. All sheets are differentiated 2 ways. There are also sheets with answers involving remainders. Answers provided.
Story writing prompts. Write stories to go with the 12 extracts. Includes planning grids. Exam prep
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Story writing prompts. Write stories to go with the 12 extracts. Includes planning grids. Exam prep

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Story writing from extracts. Finish these stories. This document contain short story extracts which will prompt pupils to write exciting, imaginative stories. The story extract is a few sentences / paragraph long and can go at the beginning or in the middle of the pupils' own story. The extracts are from the following genres: • mystery stories, (Tasks 1- 4) • adventure stories (Tasks 5-9) • dramatic stories (Tasks 10 - 12) For each extract a grid is given to prompt children to plan their stories and think about what grammar, punctuation and vocabulary they will use to make it interesting. This resource can be used for story writing practice. It can also be used for exam preparation for example for end of Key Stage 2 writing, entrance exams to Grammar or Independent schools etc.. They can be used in lessons or for homework.
War Horse character portrait writing guides (Joey, Albert, Friedrick and pen portrait of all)
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War Horse character portrait writing guides (Joey, Albert, Friedrick and pen portrait of all)

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A pack of sheets to guide pupils when writing character profiles of the main characters in War Horse by Micheal Morporgo. 1. The first sheet encourages the pupils to write short pen portraits (tweets) describing each character in the story. There are answers for the teacher which could be used as examples to guide less able pupils in what is expected. This is a good introductory activity after reading all of War Horse. 2. Next I have included thorough paragraph planners for detailed character profiles of Joey (a more able and less able version) and Albert. You could re-read sections of the novel or watch clips to gather ideas e.g. watch/read the section when Albert has to give Joey to Captain Nichols. 3. Finally, there is a writing frame to help children gather ideas about Friedrich. This could then be used to write a text about Friedrich.