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KS1 Literacy

KS1 Literacy
© 3913.co.uk Drag and drop the names of the classroom items on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed. Drag and drop the names of the animals on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed. Find and select the letters in the correct order to make the word. © v2vtraining.co.uk The Word Wheel 2 is multimedia tool for pupils to explore and develop their skill at blending phonemes in words with clusters.WW2-lesson-outline Drag and drop the names of the fruits on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the types of transport on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the vegetables on to the picture. A drag and drop matching quiz based on descriptions of objects from around the home. This Alphabetical order activity is a simple to use word ordering exercise. This simple labelling activity can be used for either the Three Little Pigs or Cinderella as a backdrop for their sceneScenes lesson outline The CVC maker is a simple to use application.

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prissan - Engelska 4-6 Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach. Get it on the web or iPad! List of Menu Pages - www.ManyThings.org ManyThings.org List of Menu Pages www.ManyThings.org Easy Things for Beginners Tell time 1 minute ago: Someone had problem at level 4. A quarter to which took 10 seconds. 3 minutes ago: Someone had problem at level 3. Hours and half-hours which took 4 minutes. The Present This ELT lesson plan is designed around a moving short film by Jacob Frey titled The Present and the theme of teenagers. Students practice adjectives related to character and teenagers, watch the start of a short films, write a narrative and discuss the film. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Pre-intermediate (A2) –Intermediate (B1) Learner type: All ages

first lesson This getting to know each other activity is simple to set up and works well for most levels above Beginner. Sketch or print out this template, I usually use two sides (10 topics). At the top of each row is a space for a topic title. Think of some topics that might be of interest to the group and write one in each box. Topics I use include: work, movies and TV, music, free time activities, whatever town you’re teaching in, sport, food, English, holidays, politics, technology, the environment, etc. Give a sheet to each student and go round the class brainstorming questions for each topic, invite students to write interesting questions on the sheet.

English games Games that teach you to read and write. Do you master the letters, and do you know the order of the letters of the alphabet? With these playful games, you practice your knowledge of the English language. Here we have collected all the games on the subject English. The games suit preschool, elementary school and all the way up to high school. The games may be sorted by popularity, target group, release date or name. Fishing In The Air #1 short film & analysis - Filmnosis Coming from France, this highly creative short presents one main character, an external conflict and a focus on surprise and humor. It was produced by French artist Mickaël Dupré during his studies at Ecole Emile Cohl, and is the first one of a three-part series. The action unfolds in front of a static camera, visual rhythm is handled entirely through motion within the frame. Comedy is created through surprise, off-screen space, physical humor (the author mentions Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as influences) and unexpected behavior from the main character (such as blowing a hat for recovering balance). It relies heavily on sound to transmit this to the audience, and to create a joyous ambiance, which permeates the short.

Getting to know you Literacy: SLc/E1.3 Pre-entry: SLc/M8.2 ESOL: ESOL Sc/E1.3a Level: M8, E1

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