Apollo 11 Moon Landing Report Teaching Pack

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In this newspaper report writing lesson pack your children will learn to write in the role of a newspaper reporter, using the features of a newspaper report. They will also put their knowledge to the test as they communicate key events from the Apollo 11 moon landings. This pack includes PowerPoint or Flipchart teaching slides, a newspaper features quiz starter activity, an Apollo 11 word mat, a report planner and differentiated newspaper report writing checklists.
Apollo 11 Moon Landing Report Teaching Pack contains:
  • 240 Teacher in Role Activity Television Watcher [PDF]
  • 231 Apollo 11 Moon Landing Report Information Powerpoint [PDF]
  • 231 Apollo 11 Moon Landing Report Information Powerpoint [PPT]
  • 232 Apollo 11 Moon Landing Newspaper Reports Task Powerpoint [PDF]
  • 232 Apollo 11 Moon Landing Newspaper Reports Task Powerpoint [PPT]
  • 233 Newspaper Template [PDF]
  • 234 Differentiated Generic Newspaper Report Writing Checklists [DOC]
  • 234 Differentiated Generic Newspaper Report Writing Checklists [PDF]
  • 235 Apollo 11 Moon Landing Word Mat [PDF]
  • 235A Apollo 11 Moon Landing Word Mat NSW [PDF]
  • 235B Apollo 11 Moon Landing Word Mat QLD [PDF]
  • 235C Apollo 11 Moon Landing Word Mat SA [PDF]
  • 235D Apollo 11 Moon Landing Word Mat TAS [PDF]
  • 235E Apollo 11 Moon Landing Word Mat VIC [PDF]
  • 236 Apollo 11 Newspaper Report Planner [PDF]
  • 236 Apollo 11 Newspaper Report Planner [PUB]
  • 237 The Moon Landing Teacher Notes [PDF]
  • 238 Teacher in Role Activity Moon Party Reveller [PDF]
  • 239 Teacher in Role Activity Neil Armstrongs Wife [PDF]

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