Year 5 Magazine – “What’s Buzzing?” (First Edition) Task Cards
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A poster about the information report text type, including an annotated example.
A 19 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when teaching your students about the structure and language features of informative texts.
A set of 56 vocabulary words based on the degrees of modality in persuasive writing.
A set of 9 annotated posters to use when introducing structured forms of poetry.
A set of 3 worksheets to help your students identify informative language features in informative texts.
A set of 36 vocabulary words related to informative texts and informative writing.
A set of five literacy rotation task cards to be used in conjunction with the first edition of Teach Starter's Year 5 magazine.
A comprehensive resource pack to use with your class when studying a class novel.
A worksheet to help students reflect on their thoughts after reading a chapter in a class novel.
A worksheet allows students to examine how events in a novel can change the main character's thinking.
A worksheet for students to explore how decision making in a story changes the course of the plot.
A worksheet which encourages students to write an alternate ending to a shared class story.
A 3 page inquiry research task in which students identify the advantages and disadvantages of having the Olympics in their own city.
Now your students can make sure that they have everything they need in their persuasive writing.
A planning template to assist students in writing a well-structured persuasive text.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the historical recount text type to older students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of factual historical recounts.
This English unit addresses the common elements of poetry and explores how these may be applied to shape poems, limericks, odes and simple ballads.
This English unit addresses the informative text type; specifically, how to write a well-structured informative text.
This English unit addresses the narrative text type; specifically, how to write an engaging narrative text.
A set of five literacy rotation task cards to be used in conjunction with the first edition of Teach Starter's Year 6 magazine.
An active game that requires students to use their basic grammar and punctuation knowledge.
A sorting activity to help students identify different parts of speech.
A poster providing a definition and example of a simile poem.
A poster to use with young students when teaching similes.
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