Resources:None!What to do:I picked up this activity in a Year 8 English lesson. (Thank you to the my English Dept. again!) Whilst looking at Narrative, focusing on the genre of romance, students were asked to complete a ‘conflict graph’ after watching
Resources:None!What to do:There are a variety of methods to prompt students. These include: (Taken and adapted from here.)
Nonverbal prompts– pointing, head nods, hand motions, smiling,
Roll of wallpaper backing paper which was about two metres high and rolled together and taped to become a cylinder for the Totem Pole.
My lesson plan and 5 things worksheet is available by clicking here.
Writing /speaking task
How it works?
Show pupils a basic answer to a question.
Then model how you would make it better, step by step.
Pupils then work with partner to answer a different question
Students focus on oracy skills as well as literacy skills..Resources:A talking frame is needed to support discussion.(This is a list of key words, sequenced in the order that students could used.)How It Works:The teacher provides the students
Resources:The DEAL posterResource from Bedfordshire LA (Thank you!)How It Works:To get students to develop their writing to meet the higher band criteria, teach them DEAL.Describe > Explain > Analyse > LinkUse the Sequence for Teaching Writing to model and
Linked to RAG123 by @Listerkev
Resources:Click here for template by https://twitter.com/rondelle10_b How It Works: As a plenary, students have a choice of exit ticket which they have to answer before they