3 weeks of thorough plans. Narrative story writing focus. Aimed at Year 5 and 6 but could be adapted. Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver. Prepared Learning Objectives, with resources. Flipcharts (promethean)
A full set of worksheets for all levels. Shading, matching and identifying portions of a whole.
Sets of clues for children to work in teams to find the missing information. Quite hard. Teaches children to be systematic - start with what you know to find out what you don't. HA and MA versions differentiated. Lesson plan and Promethean flip-chart included. Area and perimeter knowledge required.
These are from the Wigan LEA. 3 Question papers to assess children in Year 3 at the end of each term. Answer sheets include a levelling guide so you can see roughly what level they have attained: 2B, 2A, 3C etc. So not geared towards the NC 2014.
Suitable for Year 2 and up to Year 4. Also for low attaining upper KS2 children. Write the time on a clock face. Match digital to analogue, Read the time in multiples of 5 minutes.
Detailed lesson plans for 14 lessons. Promethean flip-chart resource. Learning objectives, images and other useful resources all included. Plus Movie clips. It helps if you have the DVD. Based around book 1 of the Unfortunate series of events books.
I did a practise test with my Year 6's today - did the 2011 Maths Paper A. Is this the best (or worst) example of 'show your working' that one of my middle attaining kids did?! I thought it was funny. That's me.
A one or two lesson plan for English in Year 6, or 5. With differentiated success criteria. Using the painting of 'Orthodox Boys'as a prompt for writing. Pie Corbett's using Art as a prompt for writing. Also using Alan Peat's sentence types. The painting generates a lot of discussion and the children are engaged to write. Worth doing a planning lesson before the writing lesson - so more like 2 lessons here.