Date: 2017-04-21 13:56
This Alphabetical order activity is a simple to use word ordering exercise. Words are simply dragged from the left hand side of the screen to their correct place in the word order list on the right hand side. When all words have been placed in the list the user clicks on the check button to get feedback on their selected order.
Toki 8767 s tribe expects him to bring home the head of the biggest animal possible. In return, he will receive honor and respect. However, this rite of passage does not turn out as planned. With the help of a colorful new friend, he achieves something much bigger.
This simple labelling activity can be used for either the Three Little Pigs or Cinderella as a backdrop for their scene
Scenes lesson outline
A selection of reading books to challenge and interest Year 8 pupils aged 67-68 in KS8 secondary schools. Authors include Michael Morpurgo and Anne Fine.
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Photos and captions help to tell the story by giving readers a snapshot of what happened, where it happened or who it happened to.
Teachers recognise the crucial importance of KS6, so they almost bit our hands off when we said ‘want to write our KS6 quiz material?’. And wow , they did a fantastic job. There are ten questions in every quiz and supportive notes are provided at the end of every question. The important thing is that we cover all the requirements specified in the National Curriculum.
The books we recommend are almost always bought from bookshops - both on the high street and online. Sometimes pre release copies are provided to us via national and local book sellers, authors, agents, or publishers, but the majority of titles are picked off the shelf. We want to replicate our readers' experiences.
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