They will then make notes on their topic, possibly on a spider diagram. Note-making is an important skill and it cannot be taken for granted that children automatically know how to do it! Teachers will model this skill, by reading a sentence shown on the board and then asking children to say which the most important words are. For example, they might show a paragraph like this:
At some point between andShakespeare moved to London. Shakespeare mostly wrote plays and sonnets, which are a kind of poem. Sonnets have 14 lines with 10 syllables in each line. So, groups of actors — called troupes — tried to get someone rich to sponsor them.
This sponsor would give them money and things that they needed. Seeing a play at the Globe Theatre was comfortable if you could pay for a seat with a cushion, but if you paid just one penny you could stand in the middle.
Shakespeare was part of The Friday Club, a group for actors, poets, authors and playwrights like Shakespeare. The explorer Sir Walter Raleigh began the group inand they all met in the Mermaid Tavern, so they sometimes called themselves the Mermaid Club.
Shakespeare wrote three different kinds of plays — comedies funny playstragedies sad plays and histories plays about a real person.
A different colour flag would be flown from the top of the theatre so people would know which play was about to be performed — white meant a comedy would be performed, red a history, and black or dark colours meant a tragedy. Shakespeare wrote his sonnets and plays around years ago, but some of the phrases he wrote have become a part of our everyday language.
Sir Walter Raleigh c. He also founded the Friday Club inwhich was a group for poets and playwrights that Shakespeare belonged to. Ben Johnson — Ben Johnson wrote plays and poems around the same time that Shakespeare did.
He loved the theatre and plays. Christopher Marlowe — Christopher Marlowe was born the same year as Shakespeare, and also famous for writing plays.Please see below for SATs information for parents regarding the KS2 SATs tests.
Please watch the video below for a full explanation of the tests and what the expectations of the children will be. Please find below further information published by the Department for Education regarding KS2 SATs.
Writing Numbers as Digits Number Lines Addition Reasoning: Fractions and % Maths Worksheets for KS2 Maths SATs Booster. Typical SAT questions found on the Reasoning Paper, on fractions and percentages. 4 pages. To calculate progress during KS2, children’s average attainment for combined reading/writing and maths at the end of KS1 was turned into a point score.
Children’s KS2 attainment was then compared with the attainment of other children nationally with the same starting point score.
KS2 SATs results COMPARATIVE REPORT. These tables show the percentage of Year 6 pupils achieving each outcome in , compared to national end of Key Stage 2 Teacher Assessment Levels and Test Results for The number of eligible children is: Scaled Score Writing.
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