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SMARTInteractive whiteboard resources

We've gathered our Notebook resources together here in one easily accessible collection. Have a rummage and select your favourites – keeping an eye out for the Notebook icon .

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It's raining cats and dogs!
Everyone knows 'It's raining cats and dogs', but what about all those other expressions involving animals? A lovely visual resource which has students drawing pictures to illustrate the idioms. There are two interactive activities: a Magnet activity based on the Catchphrase TV show, revealing an image behind literary features, and a Matching activity pairing up idioms with their meanings.
KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Knowledge about language
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Snakes and ladders template
An interactive snakes and ladders template made with SMART Notebook. Could work with any set of question cards for any text. Questions not provided!
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KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): Resource templates
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Connect Four
An interactive Notebook template. This flexible resource can be used as a starter/plenary or is a great revision tool. Questions not provided!
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KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): Resource templates
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Light Fantastic; China thrills the watching world
A range of activities to help students develop their own responses to the pre-release media text. Activities focus on exam skills.
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KS4  |  From the resource collection(s): AQA B Pre-released materials 2010
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The male characters in Dracula
Explore the roles and presentation of the male characters in chapters 1-16. Page numbers relate to the Penguin Classics edition (1993).
KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Dracula by Bram Stoker
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A real bunch of characters
A family tree charting relationships between the characters and a sequencing activity. Available in both whizzy and Promethean versions.
KS3 KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Othello
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Unscrambling 'Futility' and 'Anthem for Doomed Youth'
Owen's poems 'Futility' and 'Anthem for Doomed Youth' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.
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KS4 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): War poetry
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Unscrambling 'The Send-off' and 'The Volunteer'
Owen's poem 'The Send-off' and Asquith's 'The Volunteer' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.
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KS4 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): War poetry
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Unscrambling 'Infant Joy' and 'Infant Sorrow'
Blake's poems 'Infant Joy' and 'Infant Sorrow' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.
KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): William Blake
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Unscrambling 'The Tyger' and 'The Lamb'
Blake's poems 'The Tyger' and 'The Lamb' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.
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KS5 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): William Blake
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Unscrambling 'Daffodils' and 'To Daffodils'
Wordsworth's poem 'Daffodils' and Herrick's 'To Daffodils' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.
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KS3 KS4 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): Classic poetry
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Unscrambling 'London' and 'Upon Westminster Bridge'
Blake's poem 'London' and Wordsworth's 'Upon Westminster Bridge' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.
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KS3 KS4 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): Classic poetry
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Opening soliloquy
Colour-code the rhetorical devices in Richard's opening soliloquy.
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KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Richard III
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A changed man?
Sort the events in order along the horizontal lines. Then create a graph to trace how Macbeth's feelings change during the play.
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KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Macbeth
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Oh Colin
Sort the events in order along the horizontal axis. Then plot a graph to trace how Colin's level of hope changes in the novel.
KS3 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Two Weeks with the Queen by Morris Gleitzman
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Plot it!
Plot the events and then create a graph to trace how Atwood develops a theme, character, or other aspect throughout the novel.
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KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
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Sympathy for the creature
Analyse the ways in which Shelley encourages us to feel sympathy for the creature in Part 1 of the novel.
KS4 KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
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Quick match up
This works well as a starter and is ideal for easing students in to writing a book review. Identify the text type of 5 book-themed extracts.
KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Reading skills
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Dish the dirt
Match the teachers to the gossip.
KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Free! by David Grant
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Report time!
A matching activity with an extra task to stretch/extend.
KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Free! by David Grant
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Haroun - the unwilling spy
What does it take to be a good spy? Find out with this engaging sorting task.
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KS3 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): The Yellowcake Conspiracy by Stephen Davies
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Point, paragraph, pass!
Based on 'The Destructors'. A little bit of circuit, a little bit of summary and a lot of thinking! Students respond to points, turn each others' ideas into paragraphs and then summarise what has been said to comment on the author's purpose.
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KS3 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Canon Fire
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Willy and Linda - first impressions
A drag 'n' drop activity, identifying Miller's character description in his directorial introduction.
KS5 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
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Character/quotation match-up
Does what it says on the tin! Students can colour code the quotations or number them. Try out the IWB version for a quick interactivity fix.
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KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
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Character quotation quiz
Who says what? Wake your students up with this character identification quiz.
KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Small Island by Andrea Levy
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Linguistic terms drag and drop
Moveable cards with answers underneath to help check whether students understand key terms.
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KS5 | Introduction to language study |  From the resource collection(s): Descriptions of language
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An approach to Text 14
A worksheet with discussion tasks and a teacher's answer sheet.
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KS5 | Language and Literature |  From the resource collection(s): AQA B Lang/Lit Anthology - Travel, Transport and Locomotion (legacy)
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Millions workpack
A series of tasks and activities including: character fact file template, good deed ranking task, pious profile sheet and picturetastic quiz. (N.B. Quiz answers on last page of resource.) IWB task relates to the 'rank the deed' activity.
KS3 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Millions by Frank Cottrell Boyce
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Hot off the press!
A fun loop game for plenary or revision of Galtung and Ruge's news values. Includes teaching notes and solution (p.2).
KS4 KS5 | Print media |  From the resource collection(s): Newspapers
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Linguistic snakes and ladders
IWB Snakes and Ladders game - useful for revising key linguistic terminology for speech/writing. The Word document has the answers.
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KS5 | Introduction to language study |  From the resource collection(s): Descriptions of language
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Act 1 quiz
A fun multiple choice revision quiz on Act 1. Teacher's answer sheet provided on last page. The SMART Notebook resource is a five question starter.
KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): The Tempest - Act 1
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Who said that?
A lovely resource where pupils identify key themes and ideas in Act 3 Scene 2 and Act 4 Scene 1.
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KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): The Tempest
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Thou dost infect mine eyes!
A fun resource to help students understand the nature and volume of Lady Anne's insults in Act 1 Scene 2.
KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Richard III - Act 1
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Starters for all: prepositions
Remember what prepositions are? A word recognition task for the less able, a grammar lesson for the more... This starter includes extension work for the more able.
KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Starters
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Tins of prefixes
An interesting look at prefixes. Includes a research task for pupils to discover the meaning of commonly used prefixes.
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KS3 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Tins by Alex Shearer
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Lyra the Liar
Focuses on the lies she tells in Part One of the play. With accompanying whizzy ranking activity and Notebook resource.
KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): His Dark Materials (play) by Philip Pullman and Nicholas Wright
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Starters for all: plurals
Important plural rules. The 's', 'ies', 'ves' and 'es' are infinitely cloned - simply drag them into place.
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KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Starters
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Drag and drop - Anne and Richard's characters
A fun starter activity (ideal for IWB). Drag and drop relevant words into the Richard or Anne bubbles.
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KS3 KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Richard III - Act 4
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Starters for all: misplaced connectives
Rearrange the connectives so that each one fits the sentence. Includes extension task for more able students.
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KS3 KS4  |  From the resource collection(s): Starters
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Parts of speech matching activity
A SMART Notebook resource which asks students to match the parts of speech to the correct definition and example. Useful as a starter or plenary.
KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Grammar - word classes
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Changing meaning with commas
How one little comma can make the world of difference!
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KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Punctuation
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Starters for all: -able, -ible endings
These starters contain extension work. The -able and -ible are 'infinitely cloned': simply drop them into place.
KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Starters
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WJEC Poetry Anthology timeline
A chronological list of poets, poems and dates. Which period do the poets fall into? (Resource relates to legacy specification.)
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KS5 | Language and Literature |  From the resource collection(s): WJEC Lang/Lit Poetry Anthology (pre-2009)
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Notebook activity - matching
Drag and drop task that links to 'Describing a beach or holiday memory' but works equally well as a stand alone activity.
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KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Descriptive writing trail | Writing to inform, explain, describe
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Starters for all: punctuation
These starters are designed for all students and include extension work for the more able. Put in the punctuation and capital letters.
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KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Starters
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Pick a pair - revising the features of persuasive writing
Aka pelmanism. A nice way of consolidating key terminology.
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KS3 KS4  |  From the resource collection(s): Writing to argue, persuade, advise
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Concept map starter
An activity to get students thinking about the connections between the main characters. Also available as a SMART Notebook and a Promethean flipchart.
KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Romeo and Juliet
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Tension graph
A DIY graph to help students to analyse the build up of tension throughout the play.
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KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley and featured in our 6 week teaching pack - 'An Inspector Calls'.
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Characterisation cards
Focus on characterisatation in 'The Speckled Band'. Group the quotations according to the character they refer to. (Answers on page 2.)
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KS3 KS4 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Media terminology matching task
Match up the definition with the media term. An answer sheet is included. See also the IWB version.
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KS4 KS5 | Media essentials |  From the resource collection(s): Key media concepts
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Name that poem!
A fun quiz activity - link the images with a relevant poem. Answers are on page 2.
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Pick a pair - revising the features of an argument
Aka pelmanism. A nice way of consolidating key terminology.
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KS3 KS4  |  From the resource collection(s): Writing to argue, persuade, advise
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Media terms pick-a-pair
A Smart Notebook resource to help students revise essential media terms. Useful as a starter or a plenary. (Students take it in turns to pick two numbered cards and reveal the media term behind them. If they find a matching pair, they can offer an explanation or give an example of the term.) With answers.
KS4 | Media essentials |  From the resource collection(s): Key media concepts
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IWB activities on Shakespeare's use of contrasting language
A series of tasks leading towards writing a PEE paragraph about Shakespeare's use of contrasting language in Act 1 Scene 3.
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KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Macbeth
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Smart Notebook resource: 'All together now'
An interactive Notebook resource to help pupils analyse the language techniques used in this article. Slide 2 is useful for the revision of persuasive techniques.
KS4  |  From the resource collection(s): AQA B Pre-released materials - 2007
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Wipe away quotation activity and template
A sample activity, template and set of instructions to help you create your own 'Wipe away quotation' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions.)
KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): SMART Notebook templates
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Unjumbling activity and instructions
A sample activity and set of instructions to help you create your own 'unjumbling' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions.)
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KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): SMART Notebook templates
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Spelling bath activity and instructions
A sample activity and set of instructions to help you create your own 'spelling bath' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions.)
KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): SMART Notebook templates
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Sequencing activity and template
A sample activity, template and set of instructions to help you create your own 'sequencing' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions.)
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Out of the box activity and template
A variety of simple activities, a template and a set of instructions to help you create your own 'out of the box' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions).
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KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): SMART Notebook templates
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Odd one out activity and template
Some simple sample activities, a template and a set of instructions to help you create your own 'odd one out' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions.)
KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): SMART Notebook templates
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Magnifying glass activity and instructions
Two simple activities and a set of instructions to help you create your own 'magnifying glass' resource. (The Word document contains the instructions.)
KS3 KS4 KS5 | Teaching tools |  From the resource collection(s): SMART Notebook templates
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Emma character connections
A character grouping activity. Pupils use different criteria to order the character boxes.
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KS4 KS5 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Emma by Jane Austen
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Act 1 Scene 2 matching activity
Match the answers to the questions on Act 1 Scene 2.
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KS3 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): The Tempest - Act 1
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Characters - who is the odd one out?
A fun revision activity that could be used in groups or as a class quiz. Also available as a SMART Notebook and a Promethean flipchart.
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KS4 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
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Curley's wife: Miss Dynamite or lonely victim?
Activities focusing on the presentation of Curley's wife. A handy grid helps students to hone their PEE skills; the final discussion task could be used for speaking and listening assessment. The original resource is followed by a differentiated version for use with students with SEN. Also available as a SMART Notebook and a Promethean flipchart.
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KS4 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck | Of Mice and Men trail
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Comparing relationships
An interactive chart for comparing relationships in 'Digging', 'Follower' and 'Catrin'.
KS4  |  From the resource collection(s): Heaney, Clarke and pre-1914 trail
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Using commas
An interactive resource for exploring when and where commas are used.
KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Punctuation
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William Tell - narrating a story from a different point of view
A great unit focusing on the legend of William Tell and implementing Drama strategies to think about narrative viewpoints.
KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Creative writing (KS3)
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Jabberwocky and grammatical understanding
A Smart Notebook resource which asks pupils to decide on the grammatical classification of nonsense words. Pupils need to assign their own meanings and create definitions. A Magnet activity is available for the first verse of the poem.
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KS3 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
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Commas in complex sentences
A Smart Notebook lesson exploring how commas can be used to separate clauses and phrases and to change meanings.
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KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Punctuation
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Complex sentences
A Smart Notebook lesson focusing on the use of complex sentences and semi-colons.
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KS3 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Grammar - sentence construction
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Introducing 'Kid' - starter activity for IWB
Starter activity based on this poem. The PDF file has teachers' instructions.
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KS4 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): Simon Armitage
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Hemingway's iceberg and other activities
A series of tasks aimed at providing a starting point for teaching Hemingway's story, 'The End of Something'.
KS4 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Short stories
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Characteristics of innocence and experience
Innocence or experience? Sort the words. An introductory activity to encourage thought and discussion of some of Blake's central motifs.
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KS5 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): William Blake
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Character description
Investigate how Dickens describes the students in chapter 2.
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KS4 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Hard Times by Charles Dickens
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How accurate is the play? - teacher's copy
The answers!
KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Henry V
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How accurate is the play?
Drag the historical events into two columns - those referred to and those not referred to in the play.
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KS4 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Henry V
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A nifty sequencing activity - teacher's copy
Answers for this sequencing activity in MS Publisher and SMART Notebook versions.
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KS4 KS5 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Henry V
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A nifty sequencing activity
Drag and drop events into the correct order. An onscreen activity for students working on computers or laptops.
KS4 KS5 | Plays |  From the resource collection(s): Henry V
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Lesson plans and resources
Ten comprehensive and fab lessons for chapters of this novel. The SMART Notebook file contains copies of the extracts for Lessons 7 and 10.
KS3 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Hold On by Alan Gibbons
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Exploring word types
An exploration of how words work using 'Jabberwocky'. Includes a copy of the poem. The Notebook file is an interactive version of the word sorting activity.
KS3 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
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Poetic terms bingo
To practise recognition of similes, metaphors, alliteration and onomatopoeia.
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KS3 KS4 | Skills |  From the resource collection(s): Starters
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Exploring Hardy's language and style
OHTs to stimulate discussion and understanding of Hardy's style and language.
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KS4 | Prose |  From the resource collection(s): Tess of the D'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
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GCSE Drama terminology
Select the correct word to complete each definition. (Teacher's copy available.) Includes drag'n'drop Notebook cloze activity.
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KS4 | Key Drama terms and theory |  From the resource collection(s): Key terms for Drama
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Resources created at the Teachit/SMART Conference 2005

The Handmaid's Tale - plot a graph

Plot the events and then create a graph to trace how Atwood develops a theme, character or another aspect throughout the novel.

Two Weeks with the Queen - plot a graph

Sort the events in order along the horizontal axis. Then plot a graph to trace how Colin's level of hope changes in the novel.

Macbeth - plot a graph

Sort the events in order along the horizontal axis. Then create a graph to trace how Macbeth's feelings change during the play.

Richard III - rhetorical devices in the opening soliloquy

Colour-code the rhetorical devices in Richard's opening soliloquy.

Unscrambling 'London' and 'Upon Westminster Bridge'

Blake's poem 'London' and Wordsworth's 'Upon Westminster Bridge' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.

Unscrambling 'Daffodils' and 'To Daffodils'

Wordsworth's poem 'Daffodils' and Herrick's 'To Daffodils' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.

Unscrambling 'The Tyger' and 'The Lamb'

Blake's poems 'The Tyger' and 'The Lamb' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.

Unscrambling 'Infant Joy' and 'Infant Sorrow'

Blake's poems 'Infant Joy' and 'Infant Sorrow' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.

Unscrambling 'The Send-off' and 'The Volunteer'

Owen's poem 'The Send-off' and Asquith's 'The Volunteer' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.

Unscrambling 'Futility' and 'Anthem for Doomed Youth'

Owen's poems 'Futility' and 'Anthem for Doomed Youth' have been scrambled together and jumbled up. Try to unscramble and resequence them.

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