TeachersBreakTime's Shop
TeachersBreakTime's Shop
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Hard-working UKS2 Phase Leader in Year 6 battling the looming SATs! We will get there... Hopefully you'll find these resources useful as they are working a dream for my Year 6s.

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This short non-fiction writing unit is based on the extracts from the Roald Dahl book ‘Boy’ and a real life prospectus from a boarding school. Children are asked to create a balanced argument to answer the question, ‘Should children be sent to boarding school’. This resources contains a 33 slide presentation, support materials and activities for year 6 teachers to collect further writing evidence to support age related judgments.

The writing unit is designed to support children in demonstrating the skills required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017 - 2018. It is assumed at this point in the year that the children have been taught the skills required, but revision opportunities are offered in the scheme. The lessons do not need to be taught as a series and can be viewed as single tasks. Equally, lessons can be spread over more than one day to support the children. This resource also includes a structured editing lesson split into two sections. proof-reading and composition.

All example texts have been written to demonstrate the skills and grammar required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017-2018.

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