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Forces quiz

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Forces quiz

This science resource for ages 5-7, 8-11 or 12-14 uses picture cards and statements about gravity and friction, some of which are true and some of which are false. EAL learners use a true/false grid to classify the cards as true or false. 

Medieval Towns

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Medieval towns resource
5 stars out of 5

This is an informative resource composed of a set of flashcards and worksheets that enhance comprehension and encourage independent learning through a variety of exercises. It benefits from a set of flashcards, on PowerPoint, which introduce the key vocabulary, and five worksheets which include different activities like a Venn diagram, cloze procedure, graphic organisers, true and false, and substitution tables.

My diary

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my diary resource
4 stars out of 5

This is a pack of worksheets and visual materials to support EAL learners with basic diary writing. This resource is suitable as a whole class activity for the 8 to 11 age group or as a differentiated resource for beginner EAL learners aged 12 to 14.

Describing animals

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Describing animals

An effective, simple resource for beginner EAL learners with speaking, listening and writing activities for practising naming parts of animals. There are five activities, a mixture of matching activities and substitution tables. They are memory learning.

Plant and animal cells

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Plant and animal cells

Two activities for revising and consolidating the names and functions of the different components of plant and animal cells: nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, cell wall, vacuole and chloroplasts. 

States of matter

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States of matter

A set of tasks looking at states of matter and the particle model aimed at those in the early stages of learning English. Learners make their own diagram by cutting and sticking the component parts including key vocabulary: freezing, melting, boiling and condensing.

Rivers

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Rivers

This is a pack to help beginner EAL learners with understanding some of the key geographical terms associated with rivers. It can be used as part of a whole class activity or as differentiation within class. It is suitable for 8- to 11-year-olds or 12- to 14-year-olds. 

Animal adaptations

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Animal adaptations

Fun and effective collaborative speaking and writing activities, for practising the language and concepts related to animal adaptations and habitats. Focused, differentiated, information gap, speaking and writing activities, which help upper KS2/lower KS3 learners practise the concepts and language related to animal adaptation in a fun way.

Writing book reviews

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Writing book reviews eal resource

This is a pack of resources to support the teaching of writing book reviews. This is one of a set of similar packs developed by EAL Nexus to support the teaching of a range of non-fiction genres.

Electrical safety

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Electrical safety resource

These resources highlight to learners the safety precautions and dangers associated with using electricity. The resource cards are highly visual and relate to circumstances inside the home and outside. With knowledge shared through these activities, learners will be equipped to prevent serious injury and possibly save lives.

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