Roll a dice and discover what your story will involve. Some key vocabulary is also to be found in the glossary.
A week of resources to build to a biography of Titus Salt, founder of Saltaire in Bradford. The WAGOLL aims to meet the expectations of UKS2 writing.
Alan Turing, Bletchley Park, World War 2, Code Cracking RIC Reading Comprehension
Roll a dice a create an outline of your story.
Children use the Aldi Kevin the Carrot advert to write a character description of the evil parsnip.
This is a WAGOLL (UKS2) for a very short story about the Hairy Hands story referenced in Letters From The Lighthouse. The vocabulary is ambitious and may need explanation/research for full comprehension.
A script of a conversation between a family in WW2 after a similar vein to the early chapters of Letters From The Lighthouse. It can be used for teaching inference through dialogue. UKS2
This is an opening to a WW2 story which leads to the discovery of a previously unknown area.
Opening, build up, climax and resolution. A section to consider vocabulary and grammar in each story part.
RIC Reading questions WAGOLL Notebook presentation