A support script that helped a child who, because of a range of issues, was struggling to stay in class due to disruptive behaviour. This was developed with the support of outside agencies and used by staff as a way of consistently dealing with incidents - staff in class used the sentences highlighted in green and did not deviate from the script.
This storyboard is differentiated in three forms to provide support for the individual needs of your pupils. It can be used in conjunction with the Guy Fawkes PowerPoint presentation also hosted on the SEND Gateway and at www.parliament.uk/teach.
This lesson plan has been adapted to support pupils with SEND to learn about Guy Fawkes and the origins of Bonfire Night in Parliament. The plan outlines the activities and learning outcomes supported by our other Guy Fawkes resources, also hosted on the SEND Gateway and at www.parliament.uk/teach.
A detailed explanation of the events of 5 November 1605 when plotters including Guy Fawkes attempted to assassinate King James I. This presentation has been written in clear language so as to be accessible to all, and can be used with the storyboard exercises also hosted on the SEND Gateway.
This lesson plan outlines the activities and learning outcomes supported by our various Guy Fawkes resources including a presentation, worksheets, and vocabulary support. These are all hosted on the SEND Gateway and at www.parliament.uk/teach.
This presentation provides a brief explanation of what the State Opening of Parliament is, in order to support pupil’s understanding of the history of the Gunpowder Plot. Our other accessible resources on the Gunpowder Plot can be found on the SEND Gateway and at www.parliament.uk/teach.
Pre-learning vocabulary which allows pupils to learn the meaning of the words which come up in our activities on Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night, and use visual images to support their recall of them. The word mat should be kept on display to allow pupils to be prompted to recall the vocabulary as needed. The explanation of the words is largely for use by the supporting teacher or adult.
Resources to help teach about Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night's origins in Parliament, including:
i) A poem could be used with the Remember, Remember presentation also hosted on the SEND Gateway
ii) Scaffolded character prompt worksheets – to help pupils understand different points of view
iii) True/False card sorting activity and a blank Fact File to help pupils review, consolidate and reinforce their learning.