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PEEAL Marking Sticker
These editable templates help you to mark quickly and efficiently. Simply highlight the skills: red for 'not yet'; yellow for 'mastered'. You could even traffic light your marking with these stickers! This resource saves time and reduces 'comment' marking, whilst still allowing pupils to see what they have done well and also what their target is.
Editable KS3 marking codes
Marking codes that save time when marking sets of assessments. Write codes instead of comments and ask pupils to write their own comments. See my blog post for more information on how to use these.
What How Why Learning Mat
These can be glued into books or laminated for multiple class use. These learning mats help pupils to develop their responses to a literature text and provide a range of guiding questions to promote independence.
Can You Say More Cards
Use these cards for extension tasks or as a way of supporting and scaffolding pupils. A range of Language and Literature tasks that can be used to extend and develop writing.
A Year 9 set 2 lesson on the short story 'Yes Ma'am' by Langston Hughes.
Y8 Short Story Lesson
A Year 8 lesson on the short story 'There Will Come Soft Rains' by Raymond Bradbury.