What is included?
- A sheet with the National Curriculum English objectives for Y3/4 which are highlighted to help track and assess the progress of the class; to track coverage of the English curriculum and to show what objectives the unit covers.
- *NEW* Printable child-friendly learning objectives for children’s books.
- Discussion planning for fifteen days including possible science and geography cross-curricular links.
- *NEW* Now includes a PowerPoint containing the lesson structure and learning activities for all fifteen lessons of the unit which can be presented to the children. The PowerPoint design and content can be adjusted to suit the needs of a class.
- ‘Should Animals be Kept in Zoos?’ Activity Resources:
- Blank debate cue cards for each argument/counter-argument.
- Debate structure for children.
- Debate rule worksheet for children to complete.
- Debate voting slips.
- Debate outcome evaluation sheets.
- Debate outcome discussion questions: extension sheet for higher achieving children.
- ‘Should Animals be Kept in Zoos?’ Discussion text including a simplified version of the text for lower-achieving children.
- Boxing-up plan for the discussion: ‘Should Animals be Kept in Zoos?’ (Differentiated on two levels with writing frame included for lower-achieving children)
- Success criteria for discussions (differentiated on three levels).
- Boxing-up plans for research about a discussion based on the arguments for and against eating meat (differentiated on two levels with writing frame included for lower-achieving children).
Should Animals be Kept in Zoos? Discussion Text Planning for Year 3/4. This is a PDF file.
Should Animals be Kept in Zoos? Lesson PowerPoints.
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