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Creating worksheet activities and puzzles for all ages, including ESOL/ESL learners.

Creating worksheet activities and puzzles for all ages, including ESOL/ESL learners.
The Peterloo Massacre
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The Peterloo Massacre

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(These particular sheets come with a TRIGGER WARNING - violence/ descriptions of brutality and graphic details). Aimed at a higher age group, this is an ideal work pack for a history / politics class looking to understand more about democracy and reform. The Peterloo Massacre was an important event in local history. In this pack you will find: An overview of the Peterloo Massacre which explains the reasons why people were protesting and the consequences of the massacre. A following page of comprehension questions. An eye-witness account from Archibald Prentice. A following page of comprehension questions. Samuel Bamford’s eye-witness account Activity page, including a discussion group and directions to design your own banner for the Manchester Meeting. A worksheet with a template for banner designs. A homework activity instructing students to write their own article about the Peterloo Massacre. PLEASE NOTE - this work pack is rather text heavy. The Peterloo Massacre also covers sensitive topics about the right to protest and talks about police brutality with descriptions of violence, injury and murder and should be navigated with sensitivity. As such this work pack is aimed an older student body.
The Peterloo Massacre - Question & Answer Sheet
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The Peterloo Massacre - Question & Answer Sheet

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Aimed at a higher age group, this is an ideal work pack for a history / politics class looking to understand more about democracy and reform. The Peterloo Massacre was an important event in local history. This Q&A sheet follows on from the previous information sheet/handout. PLEASE NOTE - this work pack is rather text heavy. The Peterloo Massacre also covers sensitive topics about the right to protest and talks about police brutality with descriptions of violence, injury and murder and should be navigated with sensitivity. As such this work pack is aimed an older student body.
The Peterloo Massacre - Handout
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The Peterloo Massacre - Handout

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Aimed at a higher age group, this is an ideal work pack for a history / politics class looking to understand more about democracy and reform. The Peterloo Massacre was an important event in local history. This handout contains an overview of the Peterloo Massacre which explains the reasons why people were protesting and the consequences of the massacre. PLEASE NOTE - this work pack is rather text heavy. The Peterloo Massacre also covers sensitive topics about the right to protest and talks about police brutality with descriptions of violence, injury and murder and should be navigated with sensitivity. As such this work pack is aimed an older student body.
Ghost Story
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Ghost Story

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Perfect for the Halloween season, this exercise is aimed at an older age group. Using the story of Mary Shelley, the students are challenged to write their own short ghost story for Halloween. The first sheet briefly introduces the story of Mary Shelley and how she was inspired to write ‘Frankenstein’, followed by two sheets, one of questions to try and trigger ideas amongst your students, the second of suggested words to help as writing prompts.
The Peterloo Massacre - Homework
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The Peterloo Massacre - Homework

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Aimed at a higher age group, this is an ideal work pack for a history / politics class looking to understand more about democracy and reform. The Peterloo Massacre was an important event in local history. This sheet begins with an introduction to Richard Carlile, who escaped the Peterloo Massacre and published his own eye-witness account and put pressure on other papers to keep reporting on the massacre. The students are instructed to create their own news article about the Peterloo Massacre. As this is supposed to encourage students to research and explore the events of the Peterloo Massacre for themselves, this is intended as a homework activity, but you are also able to incorporate it into your class if you prefer.
Tamara Celebrates Hanukkah
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Tamara Celebrates Hanukkah

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A simple reading and comprehension exercise to introduce young learners to the Hanukkah festival. The worksheet features a child named Tamara celebrating Hanukkah with her family. She describes how they celebrate the festival. There is an accompanying Question and Answer sheet. This work is perfect for introducing your students to the Hanukkah festival, other cultures and perfect for RE classes.
Dreidel Design
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Dreidel Design

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An artistic activity for your students to accompany their learning about Hanukkah and Judaism. The activity asks students to draw a design on the template provided, which can then be cut out and stuck together to create a dreidel. This is intended as a fun activity to get students creatively engaged with the lesson.
Design A Rangoli
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Design A Rangoli

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Perfect for introducing your class to the Diwali festival. Students need a second piece of paper, scissors, glue and colouring pens/pencils/crayons to go along with this exercise. Your pupils must colour in the shapes, cut them our and arrange them with glue on a fresh piece of paper. Alternatively the pieces can be used as templates., or as inspiration for the pupils to produce their own designs.
Learn The Alphabet
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Learn The Alphabet

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A simple exercise where your pupil traces the letters of the alphabet (uppercase). Perfect for small children who are starting to learn how to write and ESOL/ESL learners new to the English alphabet.
Rhyming
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Rhyming

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A straightforward exercise designed to test your students attention to detail. In this activity there are ten exercises where the pupil must find the word that doesn’t rhyme with the other words. Some of them are a bit tricky to help you really test your students. Some of the exercises have no non-rhyming words.
Causes of the French Revolution
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Causes of the French Revolution

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Four different activity worksheets that will help learners explore the background to the start of the French Revolution. The first worksheet asks the learners to simply pick out from a list of options what they think the causes of the French revolution include. The next worksheets are missing word activities where the learns must complete the text by choosing the correct word from the lists provided. The second sheet explores what French society was like before the revolution, the third explores the National Assembly and the fourth looks at the influence of the Enlightenment on the revolutionaries. Perfect for history students.
Alphabet sequence activity
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Alphabet sequence activity

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A simple worksheet for early learners to practice the alphabet. Also ideal for ESL/ESOL learners who are new to the alphabet. Your learners must simply continue the sequence of letters starting form random points in the alphabet.
Holidays and Festivals
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Holidays and Festivals

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A brief exercise to get your pupils talking about festivals and holidays. There are a small number of the most popular and well-known festivals from different cultures in coloured boxes. Students are asked to circle the holidays they celebrate. This exercise can be used to start a conversation about what holidays they celebrate, which holidays they know about and which they have never heard of.
The Peterloo Massacre - Group discussion
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The Peterloo Massacre - Group discussion

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(This particular sheets comes with a TRIGGER WARNING - violence/ descriptions of brutality and graphic details). Aimed at a higher age group, this is an ideal work pack for a history / politics class looking to understand more about democracy and reform. The Peterloo Massacre was an important event in local history. In this worksheet you will find an eye-witness account from reformer Samuel Bamford. The group is asked to read the account and break into groups and discuss the Peterloo Massacre, the reasons for it and it’s consequences. PLEASE NOTE - this work pack is rather text heavy. The Peterloo Massacre also covers sensitive topics about the right to protest and talks about police brutality with descriptions of violence, injury and murder and should be navigated with sensitivity. As such this work pack is aimed an older student body.
Bullying Ends Here
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Bullying Ends Here

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Part of a series of posters to promote anti-bullying campaigns around your school. These visuals are aimed at high school students in their early to mid teens. As some of these visuals may be triggering or in nature for some, I urge the teacher to judge which will work best for their class. All these posters are minimum price, created over several hours in canva.
'er' & 'est' suffixes
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'er' & 'est' suffixes

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A nice and simple worksheet that I’ve been using with my ESOL learners to practice how to make words into ‘er’ and ‘est’. Can also be adapted to child English language learning.
Uppercase Activity
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Uppercase Activity

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A simple exercise for early years learners or those who are new to the English language and the Latin alphabet. Here, the learner must simply identify which letters are uppercase/capitals verses lowercase, and mark them out.
Contractions
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Contractions

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Worksheet activity, maybe ideal for homework (if you’re into giving out homework). I’ve made this worksheet for ESOL learners, but it can be handed to young learners.
Noor's Calendar
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Noor's Calendar

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I created this resource for my ESOL learners to practice talking about dates, scheduling appointments and understanding how we talk about time and dates in English. This resource is two sheets (or two sides) showing an example of a calendar month. The second sheet is comprehension questions about what the calendar contains.
British Values
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British Values

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I made this as a poster to put up in the classroom to bring us in line with the official regulations, after we were given some very ugly ones to put up. I hope if you are struggling for a more engaging British Values visual for the same reasons that this might help you out for your classroom(s).