I devised this resource for a year 8 class but it can be used with any KS3 class.
The Lesson Plan unit covers a structure on how to write in order to review.
It is structured so as to guide middle and low ability pupils, too, and differentiates by task and outcome.
Reading and writing is implemented as a vital tool for their learning. This book is a guide that aims to help learners understand that throughout their learning journey they will need to demonstrate their ability to decode meaning as intended by the author. Parents or learners can choose from a variety of text related tasks or follow each page in order to discuss the pictures and characters; read and answer comprehension questions or simply use their drawing skills to explore new characters.
With the help of Captain Reece Icle the group of friends had finally escaped the horrid place of Filsland. Finding themselves in Wasteland, a bleak land of half buried, metal creatures, what was now awaiting the group of friends was the sheer anticipation of facing the monstrous creature, Ruster. Can Captain Reece Icle manage to steer the group of lost friends into Newtopia? This is The Great Escape.
How is Dickens presenting the Cratchits in Stave 3?
How is Dickens reflecting on the Victorian values on disability through his description of Tiny Tim?
This is a guided assessment for a middle ability group of y9 students. The paper is in yellow to aid dyslexic pupils. A table is provided to aid pupils who struggle with answering a GCSE question.
I produced this power point when I had to train the ITT and NQT teachers on TEFL in mainstream education.
I related this to the Greek Language so as to show to ITTs how difficult it was to understand a language and to enable them to relate to the adaptation to a foreign language.
This is a brilliant book for both Primary level, SEN and low ability level. It can be used as a base for Guided Reading, Reading comprehension or reading assessments.
Tommy is a real hero. He has survived being involved in mysterious missions but now he has to find a way to escape Filsland. With the help of a team of new friends, Tommy realises that it is time to get a new hero on board. What they create lands them a series of adventures that no one ever thought that they would embark on. This is the birth of a new hero, Captain Reece Icle.
This is a great book written for KS1 pupils. Pupils can explore the various characters and can develop their oral, descriptive skills.