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The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 14 - Expanded moments

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 14 - Expanded moments

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 14 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to slow down our writing and expand moments (to add in more detail, description or action) This is lesson 14 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 13 - To understand and use figurative effects.

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 13 - To understand and use figurative effects.

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 13 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to understand and use figurative effects and techniques to enhance our writing. This is lesson 13 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 12 - Creating mood in writing

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 12 - Creating mood in writing

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 12 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to create and maintain a variety of moods and atmospheres in our writing. This is lesson 12 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 11 - Writing an effective resolution and ending to my story

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 11 - Writing an effective resolution and ending to my story

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 11 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to structure and write an effective resolution and ending. This is lesson 11 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 10 - Developing effective characters

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 10 - Developing effective characters

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 10 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to develop effective characters through action, description and dialogue. This is lesson 10 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery- Lesson 9 - To use dialogue to advance characterisation  and action.

The London Eye Mystery- Lesson 9 - To use dialogue to advance characterisation and action.

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 9 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to use dialogue to enhance characterisation and the action/plot in a story. This is lesson 9 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 8 - how to structure and link paragraphs

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 8 - how to structure and link paragraphs

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 8 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to use, structure and link paragraphs in narrative writing. This is lesson 8 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lessons 6 and 7 - How to start a story for impact on the reader.

The London Eye Mystery - Lessons 6 and 7 - How to start a story for impact on the reader.

2 complete lessons with PowerPoints and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lessons 6 and 7 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to open a story for greatest impact on the reader These are lessons 6 and 7 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 5 - to be able to use advanced punctuation for effect.

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 5 - to be able to use advanced punctuation for effect.

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 5 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to use a wide variety of punctuation in our sentences. This is lesson 5 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 4 -  to be able to use a variety of sentences for effect.

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 4 - to be able to use a variety of sentences for effect.

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 4 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to write a variety of sentence types, how to punctuate and use them for effect. This is lesson 4 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 3 - Use of senses to describe.

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 3 - Use of senses to describe.

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd. (lesson 3 in a series of 14). Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to create vivid descriptions using all of the senses and showing not telling. This is lesson 3 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 2 - clauses and commas  FREE SAMPLE LESSON

The London Eye Mystery - Lesson 2 - clauses and commas FREE SAMPLE LESSON

A complete lesson, PowerPoint and resources for chapter 2 of the book ' The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd Differentiated 3 ways. The lesson focuses on how to create a variety of sentence types and how to use the comma correctly. This is lesson 2 in a series of 14. The whole scheme of work is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-london-eye-mystery-full-scheme-of-work-14-days-of-planning-presentation-and-resources-11696150 This scheme was incredibly engaging and produced brilliant pieces of writing. All images sourced from Pixabay.

By Raphella