This homework relates to the topic of newspaper reports. Children have to look at a newspaper and answer questions about 3 articles - what is the headline? When did the event take place? etc. Children are then given the challenge of create alternative opening sentences for their chosen articles.
Newspaper Activities; Age Range: 7 - 11. By: Mark Warner. Collect a number of newspaper articles (from a variety of different newspapers), and try some of the following activities: 1) Separate the articles from the headlines. Put the headlines in one pile and the articles in another. Ask the children to match the headlines to the articles. 2) Repeat the above activity, but include some.
What should a Year four newspaper report look like? Use this handy example text pack to help you to either provide an ideal example for your class or moderate children's writing, according to the 2014 National Curriculum requirements for English.Tags in this resource: Giant-peach-floating-in-the-sea.pngAunt-Sponge-and-Aunt-Spiker.png.
Get the children to look at newspaper stories and find the answers to the five W's of journalistic writing. Give them interesting photos and ask them to make up a newspaper story about the photo. Link your newspaper reports to a history topic (e.g. the Second World War) for added interest. Look at the structure of newspaper reports. Collect together (perhaps for homework) examples of newspaper.
At KS2 students will be developing their critical literacy skills and learning how to retrieve, record and present information from non-fiction.First News Education supports teachers in advancing their pupils core literacy skills at KS2. We have put together this handy feature of a newspaper report poster to help students identify the key characteristics of a newspaper report and give them a.Learn More
This Key Stage 2 module brings together a selection of Daily Telegraph articles from our extensive collection and a range of other resources to suit different abilities. This module helps pupils identify and analyse the features of newspaper reports and then use these as a model for their own writing. Through reading, discussing, analysing and writing reports this module supports the teaching.Learn More
Available every Friday during term time, Activity Sheets are printable comprehensions, quizzes, vocabulary puzzles and debates based on the week’s news stories in First News. Created in three reading levels for KS2 to KS3, our literacy worksheets deliver fully prepared lesson content every week.Learn More
The suggested recount writing unit in Year 4 culminates in writing a newspaper article. Children will look at newspaper articles and attempt to work out which parts are fact and which are opinion. They will look at the organisational features of a newspaper article (introduction, paragraphs, quotations from witnesses, sequencing of events signalled by time connectives and a concluding.Learn More
News and views; Year 3: Forces and Magnets. This list consists of lesson plans, activities and video clips to support the teaching of forces and magnets at Year Three. It contains tips on using the resources, suggestions for further use and background subject knowledge. Possible misconceptions are highlighted so that teachers may plan lessons to facilitate correct conceptual understanding.Learn More
Welcome to our page dedicated to the Daily Rigour, your FREE numeracy newspaper. We provide a new edition every week where we focus on stories in the news from the past week and the numbers behind them! The aims of our newspaper are; 1. To enable young people to develop their numeracy skills and to apply them in new and unfamiliar contexts 2. To aid the development of literacy skills 3. To.Learn More
The Titanic is probably the most famous ship ever to have been built. At the time it was launched, it was the biggest ship in the world. The huge ship was said to be the biggest, the best and the safest ship ever to have set sail. But on 15 April 1912, five days into its very first voyage from Southampton to New York, the Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank. There were over 2200 people.Learn More
Task. You are to write a newspaper report on the discovery of King Tutankhamens tomb. Your report should include pictures and must also include the following: When was it discovered ? Who discovered it ? Who paid for the excavations? What was found inside the tomb? How many years did the archaeologist look for the tomb? Why was the discovery so important for historians? The photos below may be.Learn More
Homework materials Year 4 English Homework. For many parents, homework is the only picture they get of what their child does at school. For this reason, Hamilton have put a great deal of effort into writing suitable, fun and home-friendly activities for children and parents to share together. Children will benefit and so will parents and teachers! The activities rehearse core literacy skills.Learn More
Welcome back to Year 3. We hope you had an amazing holiday and have been extremely impressed with the efforts put into the holiday homework projects. Below are some of the fantastic chocolatey work completed by your Year 3 children. Fantastic Holiday Homework. Year 3 have carried out lots of research about the Romans of the Easter break. We.Learn More
Homework for Year 3 children in the event of school closures can be found by clicking the link below.Learn More
A lesson plan about broadcasting and sharing news for teachers and students taking part in the BBC's news making projects for 11 to 16-year-olds, School Report.Learn More