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When you end your lesson and have a pupil whose behaviour has been below the set standard you give them this evaluation sheet to help them to understand their behaviour choices being below par. They will think carefully about their chosen behaviour and end on a positive as they are asked to consider the difference between them as a person and their bad behaviour shown, hinting to them that the choice they made did not define them as a person. Useful for all key stages, subjects and abilities.
Stick this handy resource in the back of each pupil's exercise book to record their good/bad behaviour and use it as a way of reflecting on behaviour at the end of each lesson/week. It is suitable for every key stage/ability level and can act as an incentive to promoting the benefits of behaving well in lessons.
This chart can chronologically track a pupil's behaviour from the start of the lesson to the end. It uses positive language to encourage the pupil to actively notice their behaviour and track where they are succeeding and where they need to reflect on their choices.
Commas are either used far too often or not often enough so it’s important students learn how to use them correctly and write clearly. These two worksheets help them to do this.
This seven page worksheet helps students to understand types of sentences, connectives and conjunctions and complex sentences
This useful resource gives points, quotes, and perceptive contextual analysis for a range of character and theme-based essay questions. It is arranged in an easy-to-read table with brief notation, summarising the main points for each question. This resource includes plans for all the characters (including the Inspector and Eva Smith) and a range of the most prominent themes (to include social class, gender, responsibility, and the generational conflict).
This useful resource gives points, quotes, and contextual links for a range of different theme-based essay questions. It is arranged in an easy-to-read table layout with brief notation summarising the main points for each topic.There is also a full set of page references for useful quotes ordered by theme included in this pack.
This poster shows hoe apostrophes should be used in both the omission and possession with clear examples
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