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An 'Outstanding' English lesson - Sensory Language

Overall rating 4 out of 54.2 (18 ratings)

Last updated 23 March 2014, created 02 March 2012, viewed 39,539

my school was visited by Ofsted in January and this lesson was graded as outstanding under the new framework, enjoy

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  • Word documentLesson plan
    7y1_Friday_11__Jan.docx (25kb, Word document)
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  • Powerpoint documentActivity
    sensory language.pptx (389kb, Powerpoint document)
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very good idea. I can see why it was graded as outstanding. A creative way to teach students how to describe and imagine. One of the most useful resources I've seen which I can use for a group of functional skills students. Thanks for sharing.

from summ1, 23 March 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

An excellent resource and I love the planning format. This is a great springboard/starting point. Thank you for sharing.

from Jeannette12, 08 March 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you for sharing this, it fits in perfectly with my Detective topic and is a bit of a life-saver as a fake Ofsted is days away. A few small grammatical errors can easily be fixed, just grateful that some people are generous enough to share their great ideas! Thank you again!

from kirsty1000, 10 February 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

This use of 'was' is one of my pet hates and is, surely, grammatically incorrect? I hear this more and more and to me it sounds so clumsy.

from Willrob1718, 06 January 2014
(report comment) 2 out of 5

English and literacy teachers ARE the grammar police.

from CRodbourne2012, 31 October 2013
(report comment) 3 out of 5
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