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Imaginative Texts - Working with Narrative - Year 1 + 2

Imaginative Texts - Working with Narrative - Year 1 + 2

SMART Notebook must be installed to use this resource. This massive unit of work is comprised of 5 separate SMART Notebooks - Choose a Complication (planning), Orientation, Complication, Resolution, Editing containing a total of 172 SMART Notebook pages. It is made up of lessons and activities designed to develop an interesting and well written Narrative. These lessons and activities include modelled, guided and independent opportunities for students to put learning into practise, utilising simple and effective strategies created to inspire the writing process. Detailed teacher notes and worksheets have also been included to help to make the best use of the resource. Thank you for shopping with Learning Interactive. Please note: Some pages of this resources contain the copyright i-LEARN Education & Training, our previous business name. Terms of Use: This product is for individual use only. Purchasing and downloading this products entitles you to ONE single user license for use in your own classroom or on your personal computer. You are not permitted to share, transfer, reproduce or sublicense this product to any other party. To purchase multiple or school licenses, contact Learning Interactive to arrange - taryn@learninginteractive.com.au

By taryn7

Imaginative Texts - Working with Narrative - Year 3 + 4

Imaginative Texts - Working with Narrative - Year 3 + 4

SMART Notebook must be installed to use this resource. This massive unit of work is comprised of 5 separate SMART Notebooks - Choose a Complication (planning), Orientation, Complication, Resolution, Editing containing a total of 156 SMART Notebook pages. It is made up of lessons and activities designed to develop an interesting and well written Narrative. These lessons and activities include modelled, guided and independent opportunities for students to put learning into practise, utilising simple and effective strategies created to inspire the writing process. Detailed teacher notes and worksheets have also been included to help to make the best use of the resource. Thank you for shopping with Learning Interactive. Please note: Some pages of this resources contain the copyright i-LEARN Education & Training, our previous business name. Terms of Use: This product is for individual use only. Purchasing and downloading this products entitles you to ONE single user license for use in your own classroom or on your personal computer. You are not permitted to share, transfer, reproduce or sublicense this product to any other party. To purchase multiple or school licenses, contact Learning Interactive to arrange - taryn@learninginteractive.com.au

By taryn7

Imaginative Texts - Working with Narrative - Year 5 + 6

Imaginative Texts - Working with Narrative - Year 5 + 6

SMART Notebook must be installed to use this resource. This massive unit of work is comprised of 5 separate SMART Notebooks - Choose a Complication (planning), Orientation, Complication, Resolution, Editing containing a total of 170 SMART Notebook pages. It is made up of lessons and activities designed to develop an interesting and well written Narrative. These lessons and activities include modelled, guided and independent opportunities for students to put learning into practise, utilising simple and effective strategies created to inspire the writing process. Detailed teacher notes and worksheets have also been included to help to make the best use of the resource. Thank you for shopping with Learning Interactive. Please note: Some pages of this resources contain the copyright i-LEARN Education & Training, our previous business name. Terms of Use: This product is for individual use only. Purchasing and downloading this products entitles you to ONE single user license for use in your own classroom or on your personal computer. You are not permitted to share, transfer, reproduce or sublicense this product to any other party. To purchase multiple or school licenses, contact Learning Interactive to arrange - taryn@learninginteractive.com.au

By taryn7

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Streetchild week 3 resources year 5 year 6

Streetchild week 3 resources year 5 year 6

Two lessons to continue the teaching of StreetChild First lesson allows children to learn how to form subordinate clauses and their role within sentences. This is linked closely to the book and includes children's activity. Second lesson guides children to plan a letter to Lizzie and Emily.

By fairydust55

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Streetchild week 2 resources story map 3 lessons

Streetchild week 2 resources story map 3 lessons

3 lessons to guide the teaching of Street child for year 5 or 6 Includes: Prediction for children to use their knowledge from reading to predict what may happen next SPAG powerpoint on embedded clauses linked closely to the book Story map planning powerpoint to guide children to eventually retelling a chapter All include activities for children throughout

By fairydust55

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Streetchild resources week 1 4 lessons Y5 6

Streetchild resources week 1 4 lessons Y5 6

Four lessons used for the introductory week of Street Child for year 5 or year 6 Included: Inference powerpoint based upon the front cover and blurb of the book A point-evidence-explain powerpoint to help children infer and deduct information as they read chapter 1 and 2 A powerpoint linking the book closely to learning of inverted commas using the concept of a speech sandwich A powerpoint that allows children to use evidence from the text to begin to understand how different characters are feeling. All powerpoints have activities for children to complete throughout.

By fairydust55

Year 5 and 6 Writing Project

Year 5 and 6 Writing Project

This is a project I wrote for Sussex County Cricket Club. The year 5 pupils who completed the project outperformed their peers by 12% in Year 6 the following year. This project has grammar, spelling and punctuation embedded throughout and includes writing opportunities such as a player profile, a sports report and a creative writing task. Please note that the competition referred to is no longer live but there are some fun and challenging activities here for upper key stage 2.

By MCMLearningMark

English Working Wall KS2

English Working Wall KS2

I made these for my classroom. I wanted to have a consistent cursive font throughout the entire classroom that would act as a model for the children. (Please see attached photos) I hope you find them useful and it saves you some time. You will find... Headings for the working wall in a variety of colours Non-negotiable spellings Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 spellings Punctuation pencils with examples Grammar display (Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, Verb, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunctions) FANBOYS with examples Guided Reading display headings Handwriting display letters Three Before Me display

By jreadshaw

Creative Writing Lessons (Narrative Structure, Vivid Language, Imagery, Sensory Descriptions)

Creative Writing Lessons (Narrative Structure, Vivid Language, Imagery, Sensory Descriptions)

These resources have been designed to allow pupils to understand the essential components of a creative writing piece and incorporate them into their own extended writing. I have used these for both KS3 pupils and GCSE pupils. This series of lessons begins with the fundamentals (adjectives, verbs, adverbs etc.) before moving onto more challenging elements of crafting a creative writing piece (narrative structure, sensory descriptions). Each lesson and activity incorporates Active Learning strategies to fully engage pupils in a fun and interactive study of creative writing, with plenty of opportunities to develop their descriptions as they proceed. Included in these resources are PowerPoints and Worksheets on: - Creative Writing Checklist - Developing Descriptions: Adjectives, Verbs and Adverbs - Understanding Metaphors and Similes - Metaphor and Simile Homework Sheet - Using Vivid Language - Using Sensory Imagery (guessing game) - Worksheets to help include Sensory Imagery - Famous opening lines and Sentence Openers - Inspiration for famous pieces of literature - Descriptive Settings Guessing Game - Structuring Stories - Re-writing boring descriptions - Settings images

By mcrossan92

Whole School Grammar Glossaries New Curriculum

Whole School Grammar Glossaries New Curriculum

A whole school resource designed for the new curriculum. All the technical vocabulary used in the new curriculum explained for children from year 1 to 6. Every word class and sentence type explained with clear helpful examples. Useful to have as a large display or as a laminated mat for the tables. Very useful stuck in English or SPAG books to encourage independence, revision and confidence during lessons. Also very useful stuck in homework books to support children with explaining these new technical terms to people at home. All reviews welcome.

By marich

Facts about your teacher

Facts about your teacher

This is a good first lesson with a class and can easily be adapted for younger/older pupils and different levels of ability. The class have to guess which of the teacher's facts is false.NB - Teachers need to add facts about themselves. Pupils then write some facts about themselves and try to 'trick' the teacher with a false fact. I award points for everyone who tricks me and make it a competition - teacher v class. It's a good way to revise basic sentence grammar and explaining expectations for written work in the first week of term.

By fineliner