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Nouns

Types of Nouns in English with examples - Common, Proper, Compound, Countable, Uncountable, Collective, Concrete, Abstract Nouns

 Teach students how to write detailed, interesting and well structured recounts with these literacy centres and worksheets! I'd rewrite these with fantastical elements Talk 4 Writing, Recount Writing, Name Writing, Writing Workshop, Writing Skills, Academic Writing, Writing Ideas, Teaching Activities, Primary Teaching

Recount Writing Pack

Recount Writing Literacy Centre. Teach students how to write detailed, interesting and well structured recounts with these literacy centres and worksheets!

FREE Recount Writing prompt - great for back to school (great modified prompt for low level learners). Recount Writing, Writing Genres, Narrative Writing, Writing Workshop, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts, Informational Writing, Writing Ideas, Kindergarten Writing

Back Into It

Most teacher sin my state of Australia go back into the classroom tomorrow after a 2 week Autumn break - we call our breaks from school 'holidays'. I have made this proforma for planning a 'holiday recount'. Students can plan their ideas on it before they write. I have provided a nice worksheet for writing the good copy! \ You can grab both for FREE HERE - from google drive! I plan writing lines, so that students write in the solid lines and use the dotted lines for top/tail guides. I have…

Procedural Writing to the Next "Step" FREE procedural writing materialsFREE procedural writing materials Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing A Book, Reading Lessons, Writing Ideas, Teaching English

Take Procedural Writing to the Next "Step"

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This is a free template for procedural writing. Students can the title, draw and label the materials needed as well as list the instructions to complete the task. Each step begins with a transitional word - first, then, next and last. Procedural Writing, Informational Writing, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Creative Writing For Kids, Work On Writing, Opinion Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Prompts

Procedural Writing Template

This is a template for procedural writing. Students can complete the title, draw and label the materials needed as well as list the instructions to complete the task. Each step begins with a transitional word - first, then, next and last.

Mem Fox : A Literature Study Unit for Years ` Summary of Unit: In this Unit of Work, students will investigate a range of picture storybooks written by Mem Fox and create Poetry Activities, Library Activities, English Lesson Plans, English Lessons, Mem Fox Books, Education And Literacy, Library Lessons, Author Studies, Australian Curriculum

Mem Fox! A Literature Study Unit for Years F/1/2/3 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of Unit: In this Unit of Work, students will investigate a range of picture storybooks written by Mem Fox and create a range of artistic murals to represent their understandings of the text as well as their favourite pages and characters from the texts. After reading each text, students will be given the opportunity […]

Here are some of the templates I use with my students when I want to change up their recording styles. Students draw a sequence of events. They can add text or speech bubbles in each box . These templates are Great for - visual learners - encouraging writing - to help pre-plan writing activities. - Sequence events in a story o Actions and consequences o Introduction - conflict - resolution o Weekend recounts Sequence Of Events, Student Drawing, Conflict Resolution, Writing Activities, Comic Strips, Bubbles, Students, Change, Templates

Comic Strip Recording Templates

Here are some of the templates I use with my students when I want to change up their recording styles. Students draw a sequence of events. They can add text or speech bubbles in each box . These templates are Great for - visual learners - encouraging writing - to help pre-plan writing activities.