Vicky Johnson Headteacher Monks Abbey Primary School My experience spans schools in areas of high deprivation in Scotland to the more affluent suburbs of Cambridgeshire. I am now headteacher of a primary and nursery school in the centre of Lincoln. Our children share a variety of backgrounds, cultures and beliefs. We strive to ensure that they are able to achieve and excel.
Write your own story about a magic finger.
What special powers would it have? Imagine that you had a magic finger. What adventures might you have? Without reading the story, look at the illustrations of the characters at the front of the book. Predict what might happen to them in the book.
The story is written in the first person. What does this mean? Could you rewrite part of it in the third person? Every Saturday morning Mr Gregg and the boys go off hunting. Think of some 'for' and 'against' arguments about hunting. Could you have a class debate to discuss it? Write a prequel to the book explaining how the girl got a magic finger.
Rewrite the story from the point of view of one of the Gregg children. Think of some words and phrases that can be used to describe what happens when the girl uses her magic finger? Carry out a role play activity to decide what the girl should do after she has used the magic finger on the Gregg family.
Should she help them? Make a list of words to describe how the Gregg family might have felt when they were turned into birds and another list to describe their feelings when they became human again.
Write a new chapter for the end of the book that describes what happens to the Cooper family. Can you write a set of instructions to teach someone how to do a magic trick of their own?
Science Can you make a list of different types of birds. Choose one type of bird and write a report about it. Where does it live? What does it eat? Make a poster to teach people how to help look after wild birds. Computing Use drawing software to draw a picture of a human with wings? Art Retell the story in the form of a storyboard.
Could you use natural material e. Geography Draw a map showing the locations in the story. How many different types of weather are mentioned in the book?Tahoma Arial Verdana 1_Custom Design 2_Custom Design CHAPTER Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapies Overview Behavioral Family Therapy (BFT) Major Theorists Gerald Patterson Neil Jacobson Premises of the Theory Types of BFT and CFBT Therapies Types of BFT and CFBT Therapies Functional Family Therapy Continued Types of BFT and.
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The Language Teacher Toolkit (). English Language Level Descriptors. We use the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) to determine your English level. There are six levels, ranging from A1 to C2. All children are assessed for reading using the CfBT assessment grid. The Standards and Testing Agency writing assessment grid is used as an assessment tool for children working at Level 2 and above.
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