Non-Fiction Text Type Posters | Teaching Resources
Non-fiction posters: Clear and concise posters for quick revision on Non-Fiction genres. Also included are some basic information on writing introductions and conclusions.
13 Phrasal Verbs with BRING - Learn English with Harry 👴
13 Phrasal Verbs with Bring with meanings and examples. Bring on, bring in, bring up, bring off meaning...Intermediate English.
Learn how to be more descriptive!
Hi there! I'm sure you've all heard your teachers asking you to use more complex vocabulary, and avoid using words like nice , good , s...
Teaching Persuasive Writing in the Classroom [Free Kit for Grades 3–12]
Resources for teaching persuasive writing :: Purpose of Persuasive Writing, Elements of a Persuasive Essay Poster, Writing Activities
Make Spelling Fun with These Spelling Games
This fall we have begin working on spelling with Peanut. She can read like crazy, but her spelling is not quite there. We tried the spelling test and practice route but that was, in her own words, 'not fun.' That's when I decided it was time to find a way to make spelling fun and started to research
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AQA English Language Paper 1 Structure Q3 | Teaching Resources
AQA English Language Paper 1 Section A lesson that analyses the structure of the first part of George Orwell’s 1984. We explore how the chapter begins, how the extract ends and how Orwell shifts the focus of the extract between Winston Smith and descriptions of the dystopian world that the text is set in. A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that helps students write detailed answers for AQA Language Paper 1 Section A Q3. The lesson, ideal for both KS3 and KS4 students preparing for…