I Scooped this site as I thought it was an interesting way of incorporating ICT into the English Classroom. If students in my English classroom were studying a text such as To Kill A Mockingbird, I would like to know their opinions on the different forms of communicating such a text. I would share this resource with them, and then ask: How did hearing the characters voices in the audio recording, change the way you had firstly imagined the character to appear? What form of communication do you find most engaging? This would then help to enhance my future teaching practice for this particular class by observing how students best take in information.
TES Resources free secondary English resources for teachers: English revision, activities, worksheets, tests, lesson plans, games, puzzles, advice (This is probably one of the best places to go if you want to add some variety to the activities you...
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This is an additional post. I Scooped this site as I found it to be an extremely helpful resource, that I would love to use one day as a teacher. This site contains free secondary English resources for teachers, such as revision and work sheets, tests, lesson plans, games and puzzles as well as advice for approaches to certain areas of teaching. There is just so much variety!
I believe this resource would be extremely helpful in aiding students’ understanding of essay structure, and will be helpful in allowing students to plan their essay. This site sets out the main paragraphs of the essay into sections whereby students can gain an understanding of what each paragraph must contain. For example, the Introduction section reads ‘write one or two sentences that introduce your topic, including a brief description of your main ideas’. This then continues on to three boxes for ‘main ideas’ on the topic whereby information can be added. This site is valuable to students as it not only enhances their English writing abilities, but their essay writing in other subjects will also be improved.
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