Intended to be printed and laminated for a wall display on literary devices. Uses examples from a lot of modern films (lots of Harry Potter!) to make explanations clear and relevant to pupils.
I hope it comes in handy.
Mindfulness can really help in class, many schools are resistent because of funding. This bundle can help you to deliver sessions in class. There is no need for you to do the practices with the class as these are provided in the form of recordings. I will continue to update this resource at time but very keen to support you is giving mindfulness a go. Once downloaded please contact me and I will provide you support and update when done. jon@focusdaytraining,co.uk
Try with anxious groups, SEN groups, clever groups, revision groups, PHSE, open a mindfulness club.
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Great for harvest festival performances!
A one-week literacy unit based on creating and performing harvest poetry about a fieldmouse trying to keep safe when the farmer is harvesting the fields. At the end of the week pupils will have prepared a performance of their harvest poem.
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The five lessons in this unit give children the opportunity to read and listen to a classic harvest poem and to consider how the sounds and language patterns come alive when it is read aloud, in particular its use of verbs and commands. Children will have the opportunity to engage imaginatively with the poem and to create their own version of a harvest poem to perform aloud.
The aims of the unit for pupils are:
• To listen to a classic harvest poem being read aloud
• To identify verbs
• To use command sentences
• To prepare a poetry performance including actions
• To perform a poem to an audience
The final performances would also be perfect for a harvest assembly or harvest festival.
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