Use these header pages to make folder covers or head up displays Featuring our exclusive illustrations these are clear and simple to display in any classroom. 4 A4 posters featuring the 4 key areas of the new 2014 curriculum for English Digita...
Word derivation! A fun activity encouraging children to find out which countries the words have come from. The Smart Notebook activity has an answer sheet attached. The resource is from A&C Black's 'Developings' series.
The report argues that we are already in a very new kind of environment and a new phase in the global development of English.
Many English Clubs are moderated by English teachers, but this doesn’t necessarily always have to be the case.
A display celebrating a variety of English work and vocabulary.
English Next India sits as part of a wider programme of work by the British Council in India which aims to contribute to the development of English language teaching and learning in India.
Display the English Terminology for Pupils for all year groups on these bright posters. Each poster features all the terms to be used and introduced in each year group. 7 A4 posters including a title card. Matching flashcards for each year group are...
English language activities to support students with text analysis
Read the words of a twelve-year-old street crossing-sweeper and complete the chart to compare the speech with modern standard English. An activity from A&C Black’s ‘Developings’ series.
Looks for clues in the word structure to match the old English words to the modern equivalents.
For this reason it's also an area which is often neglected, but this aspect of the language can cause problems for learners in both their speaking and perhaps more importantly listening.
The class discusses how to make the phone and what materials are needed. The teacher elicits the necessary language to make and use the phones.
Write down the different meanings for these words that sound the same. You can use a dictionary to help you.
A fun worksheet giving the English / Spanish translations of a range of animals.
Use these bunting triangles to create a fun header for a display/subject area. 2 triangles per A4 sheet, each triangle has one letter to spell out the word 'English' Digital download - PDF file
What could... what should... what must be achieved in your Literacy / English work this term? A fantastic way of showing targets.
Write an Inspector's report on Billy's English lesson with Mr Farthing (A5 size).
How different is British English from American English? Students focus on features such as slang and idiom and consider the influence of context on language. Includes research and extension tasks.
Students are presented with two pie charts, one showing the number of letters in words in a sample of English text, the other showing the number of letters in words in the same sample of text written in German. Students are also given another sample...
Throughout the year you’ll be using classroom language and it’s important for children to be introduced to it very early on so that they can understand what you want them to do.
If you have an english club at your school, you can use this banner on your display boards.
A Maths glossary to be used for revision or reference. This Maths resource, aimed at 12-14 and 15-16 year olds, features the main Maths topics. The resource is devised as a selection of revision entries featuring the main Maths topics which is intend...
Info and activities exploring the origins of the English Language.
Students re-write a number of non-standard English sentences.
Quick activity to introduce students to the use of Standard English in writing.