English KS3 SATs Resources Author: Education Department Last modified by: Chris Created Date: 3/9/2006 12:07:00 PM Company: Birmingham City Council Other titles:
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Plenaries. for . MFL lessons. Françoise Armstrong. County Adviser for MFL (Hertfordshire) Dear Colleagues, In its report on the Key Stage 3 English pilot Ofsted identified plenaries as “often the weakest part of the lesson”.
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It was decided to adopt a common schedule for all year groups that would prepare pupils for KS3 SATs and WJEC GCSE English and English literature: Speaking and Listening. Group activity. Drama focused activity. Individual Extended Activity. Reading. Comprehension progressively targeting Reading AFs.
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Worksheet Six – Comprehension questions This worksheet accompanies slide 13 of Holes.ppt. 1. ... Holes Worksheets Subject: KS3 English Author: Boardworks Ltd Last modified by: cathy.atkinson Created Date: 3/21/2005 4:22:00 PM Company: Boardworks Ltd
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Punctuation is used take up space / to look pretty / to aid comprehension. ... KS3 English Author: Boardworks Ltd Last modified by: Ashley.Gordon Created Date: 5/16/2006 2:04:00 PM Company: Boardworks Ltd Other titles:
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Publications. KS3 English – Experimenting with Comics . 1. Title: Teaching Visual Literacy: Using Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Anime, Cartoons, and More to Develop Comprehension and Thinking Skills
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Four English lessons will be taught at KS3 & KS4 each week in line with the guidelines received from the English KS3 strategy. ... Comprehension. Personal Information. Individual reading . ORT – Wellington Square reading schemes where appropriate.
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Comprehension questions. Scan the text for the correct information. Present these as a series of bullet points using your own words. ... English & Literacy » KS3 » Assessment / APP Last modified by: Debbie Haggith Created Date: 2/21/2006 1:43:00 PM
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Comprehension. Plenary . 3. Reading – Word and Sentence Level. Starter. Big Book. Main teaching activity. Phonics. Grammar. Spelling. Plenary. 4. Writing. ... ENGLISH KS3 / KS4 September 2001 – July 2002 Author: Research Machines plc Last modified by: Foxfield School Created Date: 1 ...
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knowing the purpose, audience for and context of the writing and drawing on this knowledge to support comprehension ... KS3 English curriculum review | 2. Correlations are the intellectual property of Schoolzone.co.uk Ltd.
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p 126-7 Developing Basic Comprehension Skills, Heinemann 0 340 81128. Eid p 19-20, ... R Swindells The Moonpath p 36-40 Oxford English Programme 2 OUP 0 19 831162 1. Year 9. ... EMASS pages for Leicestershire KS3 Literacy Website Author: Mr & Mrs Coppard Last modified by: bainsley
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English Policy – Assessment and marking at key stage 3&4 . Formative assessment offers pupils feedback and guidance in order to improve. ... Every pupil at KS3 has a folder in which all the target sheets can be found.
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KS3 ENGLISH TEST. FACT FILE. 1 How long does the whole test last? 1 hour 30 mins. 2 How many sections are there? Three: Reading non-fiction A, Reading fiction B, Writing C. 3 How long should you aim to spend on each section? A – 30 mins. B – 20 mins.
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AEN faculty time Improvement of reading accuracy and fluency decoding and comprehension. ... Head of English/ LB Time By end of year students have made 18 months progress End of year Line managers Improving the teaching of literacy across the school.
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KS3 Curriculum Map Yr: 7 Subject SPANISH. Term Content Skills Type of Assessment 1. Greetings. Alphabet & Spelling. Nos 1-31. ... COMPREHENSION = INDEPENDENT ENQUIRER. 7w8. how to find/work out the meaning of unfamiliar words Writing (and Speaking optional) Around wk4.
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ENGLISH. The Common Entrance English course is designed to extend students’ understanding of language and literature through the study of novels, plays, poetry and non-fiction texts, such as travel writing, newspaper articles, diaries, play scripts and autobiography.
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Subject English KS3 Literacy. ... Building comprehension skills exploring how feelings and attitudes of characters are portrayed, building informal discussion skills exploring plot development and characterisation, developing descriptive writing skills, ...
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HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS (promoted by the KS3 Framework) problem solving. open - ended tasks. ... KS3 Framework pages 149 ... Ask English comprehension questions to establish details on the tape.
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KS3 English at Fram is taught in mixed ability groups and follows a curriculum of diverse and interesting texts punctuated with skills lessons that enable ... the Mighty’ and ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’ which will allow them to develop strong analytical skills and comprehension of ...
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Year 9 will also follow the “Key Stage 3” schemes of work for English, ... The choice of topics has been made to serve as a basis for preparing throughout KS3 the foundations needed in order to ... ongoing folder of writing (comprehension/theme/character) 2 Mon 29 Aug Class reader: Novel ...
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A2 Increase in reading comprehension: ... B1 Limited fluency in English: ... Able pupils completing the KS3 programme of study ahead of their peers may be entered for one or more of the KS3 tests early (p35). To supplement the statutory tests, ...
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Year 8 Planner 2011-12. English . ycisbjenglish.weebly.com. Introduction: Students will be taught in mixed ability groups, which will help them develop their understanding of written and oral English.
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KS3 NATIONAL STRATEGY CONTEXT: Twentieth Century World: ... Give out the poem to check correct order and also the ‘Comprehension sheets’, ... There are links to English- (rhyming couplets) etc/ Film studies (‘AQWF’) / MFL ...
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This revealed clearly that pupils in the school were good at locating information and at literal comprehension but did less well than pupils elsewhere on questions requiring analysis or evaluation of language. The English department then planned a review of their poetry and novel units in Year 8 ...
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We encourage our students to read widely in order to perfect their reading technique and to develop their comprehension. ... Mrs Elizabeth Short Teacher of English/ic KS3 English/Form tutor. Miss Caroline Forrest Teacher of English/Form tutor.
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TES languages adviser Rachel Hawkes has digested the new National Curriculum for KS2 and KS3 and come up with some ideas of how this might ... which involved students generating an English version of a writing task ... at KS2 is one of appreciation rather than comprehension, as it is as KS3.
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Figure 1: Percentage of English / Literacy teachers who were confident using various forms of ICT resource. Data collected from 265 UK teachers by Becta in 2009 reveals that generally Literacy / English teachers are confident users of ICT (see Figure 1).
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Reading a prescription 1 Learners could be asked to do a reading comprehension activity based ... Staff might want to use the ideas for describing pictures collected at http://www.eriding.net/resources/eal/sec_toolkit/ks3_materials/graded_english_programme/110110_ldixon_eal_ks3_gep_print ...
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It should be noted that there is English Department software that successfully identifies ... Read “A Letter to Olivia” and complete comprehensive and vocabulary exercises. 10-15/16 Objectives: ... Read "The Fixed" and complete the Comprehension Checkup through Vocabulary in Context.
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I couldn’t think of trying to do some marking whilst they’re engaged in a comprehension activity. As a result there’s lots of ... with this. They enjoy, at the very least, the entertainment value of the lessons. But it wasn’t really until the KS3 English Framework arrived that I began ...
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Many of these students will have little comprehension of what history is or why it is important. ... Julius Caesar. Hero or Villain? How was Rome ruled? ... The English Department has a Literacy textbook that has a 'solve the crime' activity in it that is quite good, ...
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In KS3 for English tests taken at year 9 of secondary school when pupils are aged 14, ... In reading and comprehension tests at KS1, Caribbean girls achieved above the Hackney girls` average between 1996 – 2001, ...
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KS3 and KS4 are described in The Secondary National Strategy. ... Language as an expression of understanding and text comprehension. ... While the English curriculum has quite strong references to language and learning across the curriculum for the primary level and appears to be quite ...
Date added: December 28, 2011 - Views: 43
AS AND A2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE. ... English at A level is now more than ever before a continuation of KS3 and GCSE English; ... The Band 1 answer here has a very literal, almost word-for-word rendition of the text. (AO2) Although there is some comprehension of the content, ...
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To promote positive attitudes towards English and Literacy among pupils and staff; To ensure the involvement of all departments in the promotion of literacy across all subjects; ... KS3 English. There are four English classes timetabled together in each KS3 Year Group ...
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English. Persuasive Writing: ... Pupils also need to use KS3 papers for revision. 10KM . 1.5 hours . 45mins paper and 45mins TASK. General number questions involving 4 operations. ... The paper will assess Reading comprehension and writing skills.
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There will be evidence of difficulties with oral and written comprehension and with communicating thoughts and feelings to others, and; ... Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4 quartile tables English Maths Science KS3. Prior attainment KS4. LQ KS4. Median KS4. UQ KS3. Prior attainment KS4. LQ KS4. Median ...
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Use of English - to allow realistic testing of ‘language strategies’ (e.g. gist comprehension and scanning) ... (e.g. in a listening comprehensions, simple question in English to which they can reply in English)
Date added: September 25, 2011 - Views: 30
Focus: comprehension skills; drafting and editing . Outcome: newspaper report. ... Turves Green Boys’ Technology College – English Department. Short Term Plan – Year 8 (The Outsiders – S.E. Hinton) Year: Term: Week:
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Key Stage 3 English Reading Added. ... (This will particularly apply for KS1 where there may be different pupils in the level 2 and level 3 Reading Comprehension tests). Choose the largest number – lines can be deleted afterwards if necessary.
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The Oxford English Dictionary defines literacy as simply “the ability to read and write”. ... should be familiar with the KS3 English Framework objectives for years 7, ... Their aim is to improve students' reading comprehension and to make them critical readers.
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Listening and reading comprehension skills ... an understanding of the difficulties faced by a non-native speaker, and. a good command of English (including ... The relationships within the subject. Links between different languages. Current subject-related issues . New POS at KS3. Position of ...
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CAT Scores: Reading Age: Verbal: Spelling Age/Score: Quantitative: Comprehension Age/Level: Non-verbal: Maths: Science: National Curriculum Levels KS2 National Curriculum Levels KS2 KS3 Reading: Mathematics: Writing: Science: Speaking & Listening: English: What are the Young Person’s specific ...
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Beowulf and the birth of English Chaucer’s Tales ... Scrooge Comprehension. Writing. Extract from a ghost story S/L. 1.1., 1.2., 2.1., 3.1. Reading. ... There will be 3 cross curricular Extended Learning days in each year at KS3.
Date added: November 4, 2011 - Views: 41
http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm. Key words. Multiple ... He was the first English author to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. He was ... There's even a link between our ability to form mental images and reading comprehension. Career ...
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The initial prospectus for the KS3 Educational Service Pilot clearly identified the main aims for ... It also stimulates thought into the origin of many of today’s English and French ... in which the teacher demonstrates and models the process of comprehension or composition with the whole ...
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Comprehension and composition. Pupils should be taught. Non-Fiction. Reading comprehension. ... References to the KS3 Framework for English. Clearly, there will not necessarily be direct reference to some of the features being taught in the BBs.
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As of September 2010 all KS3 pupils will follow a 2 year KS3 programme. ... Reading ex 6 or ex 9 Check pronunciation and comprehension ... Extension: translate text from ex 2 into English. Self/peer assessment
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