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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.
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.
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.
Make an array home-learning - Year 2
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Make an array home-learning - Year 2

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A prompt sheet to explain to Year 2 children working at home that they need to find, draw or make arrays. There are examples of Lego, muffin trays and drawings showing arrays, and the multiplication sentence is written underneath.
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.
Firework Maker's Daughter Ch 5-7 Vocabulary games
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Firework Maker's Daughter Ch 5-7 Vocabulary games

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A PowerPoint containing lots of games to help familiarize children with the unusual vocabulary they will find in Chapters 5, 6 and 7 of The Firework Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman. Interactive vocabulary games aim to increase comprehension skills and help children to integrate these new words into their own vocabulary. Perfect for before or after you read the chapter to check understanding and embed new vocabulary.
Penguin in Peril and Fronted Adverbials
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Penguin in Peril and Fronted Adverbials

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Colour coded worksheets giving examples and activities based on fronted adverbials, using commas and identifying where, when or how. . Based on Penguin in Peril by Helen Hancocks - a picture book. Particularly suitable for Year 4 as Chris Quigley mentioned Penguin in Peril in his book - Brilliant Books for Milestone 2.
Year 2 - maths challenge questions
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Year 2 - maths challenge questions

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Extend and challenge Year 2 learners with these questions. Encourage your pupils to use resources or draw pictures to show their answers. Perfect for extra challenges for home learning or in school. 10 challenges in all. 4 sheets on place value. 1 on addition, 1 on addition and subtraction, 4 on fractions.
Paragraph planner for character descriptions of Albert and Joey from War Horse by Micheal Morpurgo.
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Paragraph planner for character descriptions of Albert and Joey from War Horse by Micheal Morpurgo.

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Paragraph planner to help pupils write character descriptions of Albert and Joey from War Horse by Micheal Morpurgo. Key Stage 2 or Key Stage 3. (Links well to Year 6 curriculum and WW1 History) Three word documents included. Character profile - Albert - More Able version - Paragraph planner to help pupils write their own character descriptions of Albert. This more able version gives pupils tick lists of ideas to include in each paragraph. Character profile - Joey - Less able version - Paragraph plannner with tick lists and sentence starters to aid less able pupils. PARTICUALARLY USEFUL TO SUPPORT PUPILS. Character profile- Joey - More able version gives the pupils tick lists of ideas to include in each paragraph.
Stories based on  'Window' by Jeannie Baker from two different point of view.
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Stories based on 'Window' by Jeannie Baker from two different point of view.

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There are two STORIES IN THIS RESOURCE to accompany ‘Window’ by Jeannie Baker In this pack, I have written some paragraphs to go with each page of the book. It explains the story from two different point of view. The impact of humans on the environment is explored. The first story is from Sam’s point of view. It is written like a diary, mainly in the past tense until the last paragraph. The second story is from the cat’s point of view. It mostly in the present tense. There are also lists of questions to prompt discussion and activity ideas explaining how to use the stories to prompt the children’s own writing activities.