Resources and Teaching Materials for
Jamie Johnson Books
Sometimes, spelling, punctuation and grammar can be quite a dry subject to teach and learn.
Dan wanted Jamie Johnson to help and has teamed up with a great English teacher called Adam Bernard to support this process.
These resources are based on the book Jamie Johnson: Born To Play, which is a special prequel to the Jamie Johnson series.
It was the story that the first season of the Jamie Johnson TV show was based on.
There are a range of simple but important challenges which will help the teaching and learning of spelling, grammar and punctuation.
You will find a pupils’ version of the resources with spaces left for their answers and a teachers’ version too, with all the answers provided.
Feel free to print these off and use in class. We hope this helps!
Resources For All The Books
Please make full use of these fantastic teaching resources based around the JJ books.
Rowena Simmons and English Teachers at the Academies Enterprise Trust have been devised these resources.
I love the fact that the JJ books are being used in classrooms up and down the country so do let me know how you get on with them. If you develop any resources of your own do let me know and I can include them here too.
Shoot to Win
Jamie’s got everything to play for – scouts from top clubs are coming to watch him play! This is his big chance and he can’t wait to show off his latest move but the new coach is bearing a grudge…Has Jamie missed his chance?
This was the team of teams. The club of clubs. And now they wanted him to join them.” A transfer to the best club in the world beckons for Jamie Johnson. This is big. This is huge! However, a time bomb is already ticking within Jamie…Is the final whistle about to blow?
Skills from Brazil
Before the packed stadiums. Before the international play. Before the bright lights. Jamie Johnson had to learn to play from the best. Jamie is in his last year of primary school and loves being the best footballer in school. He’s the only one that could possible lead the students to victory in their annual game against the teachers.