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Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template
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Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template

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Example character profile text based on information up to Chapter 3 from the children’s novel Stig of the Dump by Clive King. This exemplar character description of Stig is perfect to use as a WAGOLL when studying Chapter 3 of the text or beyond (not to be used before this point due to spoilers). The model character profile comes with a feature identification worksheet for children to fill in, plus an answer sheet that can be uploaded for remote learning or shared in class. After identifying the features of the text, pupils can write their own character description of Stig, Barney, Lou or any other book character, using the Character Profile Template (also included). The language, grammar and punctuation features to be identified in the text include: Similes Metaphors Rule of three Onomatopoeia Alliteration Fronted adverbials followed by commas Synonyms to avoid repetition Expanded noun phrases Apostrophes for singular possession Apostrophes for plural possession Dashes Brackets Hyphens Colons … All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks! You might also be interested in these Stig of the Dump themed example texts, each of which comes with a feature identification sheet and answers: Chapter 1: Diary entries Chapter 2: Instructions Chapter 4: Informal letter Chapter 5: Dialogue Chapter 6: Playscript Chapter 7: Newspaper report Chapter 8: Interview article Chapter 9: Persuasive advert Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources!
The Iron Man Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template
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The Iron Man Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template

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An example character profile text about the Iron Man character from the children’s novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. This exemplar character description of the Iron Man character is perfect to use as a WAGOLL. The model character profile comes with a feature identification worksheet for children to fill in, plus answer sheet that can be uploaded for remote learning or shared in class. After identifying the features of the text, pupils write their own character description of the Iron Man, Hogarth, the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon or a character from another book using the Character Profile Template (also included). The language, grammar and punctuation features to be identified in the text include: Similes Metaphors Rule of three Onomatopoeia Alliteration Fronted adverbials followed by commas Synonyms to avoid repetition Expanded noun phrases Apostrophes for singular possession Apostrophes for plural possession Brackets Hyphens Colons Semi-colons … The sections of this character profile and template include appearance, personality, actions and special skills, plus picture. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks! You may also be interested in: The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Features The Iron Man Dialogue Writing - Example Text with Feature Identification Sheet The Iron Man - Example Apology Letter from Hogarth with Feature Identification Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man, Plus Feature Identification Sheet with Answers The Iron Man - Example Interview with Hogarth plus Feature Identification and Planning Sheet Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus All Chapter Glossary BUNDLE Iron Man Example Texts BUNDLE: Diary, Dialogue & Non-Chronological Report with Features Sheet & Answers The Iron Man Glossary for the Whole Novel (Chapters 1-5) Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources!
Dragon Non-Chronological Report Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers
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Dragon Non-Chronological Report Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers

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Two-page example non-chronological report entitled “All About Knucker Dragons”, plus writing feature identification worksheet. Pupils will love reading about the knucker dragon, and be inspired to use this exemplar to write their own non-chronological report about a dragon or other mythical creature. This 550 word example non-chronological report can be used to examine the features of non-chronological report writing before pupils embark on writing their own non-chronological report with similar features. Non-chronological report example text contains the following features: language features such as rule of three, technical vocabulary and facts; grammar features such as commands, questions, relative clauses, synonyms to avoid repetition and noun phrases; and punctuation such as question marks, apostrophe for singular possession, apostrophes for plural possession, brackets, semi-colons and hyphens. Documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Answers for the feature identification worksheet included. If you like this product, you may also be interested in the following: Example Non-Chronological Report About Ogres How to Catch an Ogre Example Instructional Text Letter to an Ogre Example Persuasive Text Example Ogre-Themed Text Bundle: Instructions, Persuasive Letter & Non-Chronological Report Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
The Iron Man Hogarth Apology Letter Example, Feature Identification & Answers
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The Iron Man Hogarth Apology Letter Example, Feature Identification & Answers

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Example apology letter text for The Iron Man written from the point of view of Hogarth in Chapter 3 of the book, plus writing feature identification worksheet, with answers. The example letter of apology contains the following language, grammar and punctuation features: Rule of three Repetition for effect Alliteration Metaphor Fronted adverbials followed by a comma Subordinate clauses Co-ordinating conjunctions Adverbs Expanded noun phrases Variety of nouns to avoid repetition Apostrophes for contraction Apostrophes for plural possession Hyphens Colons … This exemplar letter is perfect to show to pupils who can read the text, identify the features and then write their own letters of apology using the planning grid included. The answers for the feature identification worksheet have been included so that they can be easily shared with pupils if working remotely or in class. All documents are supplied as PDFs and editable Word documents. You may also be interested in: The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Features The Iron Man Dialogue Writing - Example Text with Feature Identification Sheet Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man, Plus Feature Identification Sheet with Answers Example Non-Chronological Report About Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon from The Iron Man, Plus Feature Sheet The Iron Man - Example Interview with Hogarth plus Feature Identification and Planning Sheet Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus All Chapter Glossary BUNDLE Iron Man Example Texts BUNDLE: Diary, Dialogue & Non-Chronological Report with Features Sheet & Answers The Iron Man Glossary for the Whole Novel (Chapters 1-5) Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Answers
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The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Answers

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Example diary entry text for The Iron Man written from the point of view of a fisherman seeing the Iron Man for the first time, plus writing feature identification worksheet. This exemplar text is perfect to use as a WAGOLL after reading Chapter 1 of Ted Hughes’ novel The Iron Man. The diary text contains the following features: language features such as similes, metaphors, alliteration, onomatopoeia, repetition for effect and rule of three; grammar features such as fronted adverbials followed by commas, exclamatory sentences, noun phrases and a variety of nouns to avoid repetition; and punctuation such as exclamation marks, apostrophes for contractions, apostrophes for possession, colons and dashes. Documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Answers for the feature identification worksheet included. You may also be interested in: The Iron Man Dialogue Writing - Example Text with Feature Identification Sheet The Iron Man - Example Apology Letter from Hogarth with Feature Identification Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man, Plus Feature Identification Sheet with Answers Example Non-Chronological Report About Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon from The Iron Man, Plus Feature Sheet The Iron Man - Example Interview with Hogarth plus Feature Identification and Planning Sheet Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus All Chapter Glossary BUNDLE Iron Man Example Texts BUNDLE: Diary, Dialogue & Non-Chronological Report with Features Sheet & Answers The Iron Man Glossary for the Whole Novel (Chapters 1-5) Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Stig of the Dump Example Diary Entries, Feature Identification & Answers
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Stig of the Dump Example Diary Entries, Feature Identification & Answers

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Two example diary entries from the point of view of two characters - Barney and Lou - from the children’s novel Stig of the Dump by Clive King. These exemplar diary entries are perfect to use as WAGOLLs when studying Chapter 1 of the text. Each model diary entry comes with a feature identification worksheet for children to fill in, plus answer sheet that can be uploaded for remote learning or shared in class. One of the worksheets contains a wider variety of features than the to increase the challenge level and provide differentiation. After identifying the features, pupils can write their own diary entries, based on the example texts. The language, grammar and punctuation features to be identified in the texts include: Similes Rule of three Onomatopoeia Alliteration Exclamatory sentences Fronted adverbials followed by commas Co-ordinating conjunctions Synonyms to avoid repetition Expanded noun phrases Exclamation marks Apostrophes for contraction Apostrophes for possession Dashes Colons Semi-colons Brackets Hyphens … All resources come as easily editable Word documents and as PDFs. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks! You might also be interested in these Stig of the Dump themed example texts, each of which comes with a feature identification sheet and answers: Chapter 2: Instructions Chapter 3: Character profile Chapter 4: Informal letter Chapter 5: Dialogue Chapter 6: Playscript Chapter 7: Newspaper report Chapter 8: Interview article Chapter 9: Persuasive advert Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources!
Moon Landing Diary Entry Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers
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Moon Landing Diary Entry Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers

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Example diary entry text for the Moon landings written as Neil Armstrong, plus writing feature identification worksheet. Useful for cross curricular English and history/science lessons. Contains the following features: language features such as similes, metaphors, personification, alliteration and rule of three; apostrophes for contraction, singular and plural possession; fronted adverbials followed by commas; time conjunctions; chronological order; paragraphs; fully punctuated speech with inverted commas. Files available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Answers for the feature identification worksheet included. You may also like: Moon Landing Diary Unit of Work Bundle Moon Landing Diary Lesson Plans Moon Landing Diary Features Lesson Moon Landing Diary Role Play Lesson Differentiated Moon Landing Diary Planning Lesson Moon Landing Diary Writing Lesson Moon Landing Diary Editing Lesson Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
The Iron Man Dialogue Writing Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers
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The Iron Man Dialogue Writing Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers

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Example text demonstrating dialogue writing with direct speech based on The Iron Man novel by Ted Hughes. Example conversation between Hogarth and his parents after he first sees the Iron Man based on this part of the story which contains no direct speech. Writing feature identification worksheet with answers included. Extract from The Iron Man included. Example text is useful as an example for children to study before attempting their own version or to continue. Can be used when studying the novel The Iron Man or during a stand-alone lesson. All documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Text contains the following features: Actual words spoken, with inverted commas on either side Reporting clause, separated from words spoken with a comma, question mark or exclamation mark Variety of speech verbs Adverbs to show how the words were spoken Actions of the characters New paragraph every time the speaker/character changes. Feelings of characters shown through action Sentence spoken but split into two by the reporting clause Two or more sentences spoken at once with reporting clause at the beginning/end Two sentences spoken at once and split into two by the reporting clause … You may also be interested in: The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Features The Iron Man - Example Apology Letter from Hogarth with Feature Identification Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man, Plus Feature Identification Sheet with Answers The Iron Man - Example Interview with Hogarth plus Feature Identification and Planning Sheet Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus All Chapter Glossary BUNDLE Iron Man Example Texts BUNDLE: Diary, Dialogue & Non-Chronological Report with Features Sheet & Answers The Iron Man Glossary for the Whole Novel (Chapters 1-5) Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Easter Coordinate Picture Differentiated Worksheets with Answers
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Easter Coordinate Picture Differentiated Worksheets with Answers

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A set of fun Easter-themed coordinate picture worksheets, differentiated three ways, with answers. Pupils plot the points onto the coordinate grids and join the points to create three different Easter-themed coordinate pictures: a hatching Easter egg, an Easter chick and an Easter bunny. Three differentiated worksheets are provided for this fun Easter maths activity: Bronze: one quadrant grid, with no zero values for the x or y axes. Silver: one quadrant grid, with some zero values for the x axis and the y axis included. Gold: four quadrant grid (negative and positive numbers), with some zero values for the x and y axes included. … Each worksheet contains a blank grid with a list of points to plot, plus an answer sheets showing the completed Easter picture. Each document comes as a PDF. You may also be interested in: Rounding Code Cracker Worksheets Negative Number Differentiated Worksheets Division Word Problems with Rounding 4 Ogre-Themed Example Texts Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Werewolf Non-Chronological Report Example, Feature Identification & Answers
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Werewolf Non-Chronological Report Example, Feature Identification & Answers

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A three-page example non-chronological report entitled “All About Werewolves”, plus feature identification sheet (with answers). This fun, engaging non-chronological report exemplar text contains the following features: Introduction Sub-headings as questions Facts Technical vocabulary Images with captions … The section headings in the report are: What do werewolves look like? What do werewolves eat? Where do werewolves live? How do werewolves behave? How do people become werewolves? How can you protect yourself from a werewolf? Did you know? … The following language, grammar and punctuation features are examined in the feature identification worksheet: Rule of three Alliteration Facts Technical vocabulary Commands Questions Expanded noun phrases Fronted adverbials followed by commas Relative clauses Synonyms to avoid repetition Question marks Commas as a parenthesis Apostrophes for singular possession Apostrophes for plural possession Brackets Colons Semi-colons Hyphens … This 860 word example non-chronological report can be used to examine the features of non-chronological report writing as a WAGOLL before pupils embark on writing their own non-chronological report about a werewolf or other legendary, mythical or supernatural creature. Documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. If you like this product, you may also be interested in the following: How to Catch an Ogre Example Instructional Text Letter to an Ogre Example Persuasive Text Example Ogre-Themed Text Bundle: Instructions, Persuasive Letter & Non-Chronological Report Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Explanation Text Example: How Do Bees Make Honey with Feature Sheet & Answers
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Explanation Text Example: How Do Bees Make Honey with Feature Sheet & Answers

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An example explanation text entitled ‘How Do Bees Make Honey?’ plus feature identification sheet and answer sheet. This fascinating exemplar explanation text describes the process of honey-making by honeybees. Pupils read the model text before analysing it, looking for features of explanation writing. The answers to the feature identification sheet are included for easy sharing in the classroom or online if remote learning. Pupils can then use the example explanation text as a model for their own explanation writing. This scientific text has cross-curricular links to the following units in the science curriculum: Year 3: Plants - explore the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal; Year 3: Animals Including Humans - identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat; Year 4: Living Things and Their Habitats - recognise that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways; Year 4: Animals Including Humans - construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey; Year 4: States of Matter - identify the part played by evaporation and condensation in the water cycle and associate the rate of evaporation with temperature; Year 5: Living Things and Their Habitats - describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals; Year 6: Living Things and Their Habitats - give reasons for classifying plants and animals based on specific characteristics; Year 6: Evolution and Inheritance - identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution. The features included in this text include: Chronological order with time conjunctions or adverbs Fronted adverbials with a comma after each Present tense Technical vocabulary Diagram/picture with labels Captions Cause and effect vocabulary Passive voice Singular possessive apostrophes Plural possessive apostrophes Semi-colons Brackets Dashes … All files are in editable Word format for easy adaptation to suit the needs of your class as well as in PDF format. Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Stig of the Dump Dialogue Writing Example with Feature Identification, Answers & Extract
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Stig of the Dump Dialogue Writing Example with Feature Identification, Answers & Extract

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Example text demonstrating dialogue writing with direct speech based on the novel Stig of the Dump by Clive King. The example text is based on Chapter 5 of the novel, when Barney speaks to the Snargets in Stig’s cave, but in the example, Stig has the ability to speak English and joins in the conversation. A writing feature identification worksheet and an answer sheet are included. The extract from Stig of the Dump is also included. The model text is useful as a WAGOLL for children to study before attempting to write their own version or continuing the model text. This resource can be used when studying the novel Stig of the Dump or during a stand-alone lesson. All documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. The model text contains the following features: Actual words spoken, with inverted commas on either side Reporting clause, separated from words spoken with a comma, question mark or exclamation mark Variety of speech verbs Adverbs to show how the words were spoken Actions of the characters New paragraph every time the speaker/character changes. Feelings of characters shown through action Sentence spoken but split into two by the reporting clause Two or more sentences spoken at once with reporting clause at the beginning/end Two sentences spoken at once and split into two by the reporting clause … You might also be interested in these Stig of the Dump themed example texts, each of which comes with a feature identification sheet and answers: Chapter 1: Diary entries Chapter 2: Instructions Chapter 3: Character profile Chapter 4: Informal letter Chapter 6: Playscript Chapter 7: Newspaper report Chapter 8: Interview article Chapter 9: Persuasive advert Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon Non-Chronological Report, Feature Identification & Answers
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Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon Non-Chronological Report, Feature Identification & Answers

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A three-page example non-chronological report based on The Iron Man novel entitled “All About the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon” plus a feature identification worksheet (with answer sheet perfect for uploading for remote learners or sharing in class). This fun non-chronological report is about the character of the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon from the children’s novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Use this text as an exemplar or WAGOLL before pupils write their own non-chronological report about one of the novel’s characters such as the Iron Man, Hogarth or the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon. Perfect for the study of chapters 4 and 5 of The Iron Man. This fun, engaging non-chronological report exemplar text contains the following genre-specific features: Introduction Sub-headings as questions Facts Technical vocabulary Images with captions … The feature identification worksheet looks at the following language, grammar and punctuation features: Rule of three Alliteration Similes Facts Commands Questions Exclamations Expanded noun phrases Fronted adverbials followed by commas Relative clauses Synonyms to avoid repetition Question marks Apostrophes for contraction Apostrophes for singular possession Apostrophes for plural possession Brackets Colons Semi-colons Dashes Hyphens … The sections and headings in the report are: Introduction (no heading) What does the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon look like? Where does the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon live? What does the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon eat? What are the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon’s special abilities? Did you know? … This 700 word example non-chronological report can be used to examine the features of non-chronological report writing as a WAGOLL before pupils embark on writing their own non-chronological report. Documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. You may also be interested in these Iron Man resources with feature identification worksheets: Example Diary Text Dialogue Writing - Example Example Apology Letter from Hogarth 6 Example Texts Plus All Chapter Glossary BUNDLE Glossary for the Whole Novel (Chapters 1-5) Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Christmas Coordinate Picture Differentiated Worksheets with Answers
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Christmas Coordinate Picture Differentiated Worksheets with Answers

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A set of fun Christmas-themed coordinate picture worksheets, differentiated three ways, with answers. Pupils plot the points onto the coordinate grids and join the points to create three different Christmas-themed pictures. Differentiated three ways: Bronze: one quadrant grid, with no zero values for the x or y axes. Silver: one quadrant grid, with some zero values for the y axis included. Gold: four quadrant grid (negative and positive numbers), with some zero values for the x and y axes included. … Answer sheets included. Each document comes as a PDF. You may also be interested in: Christmas Fraction Word Problems - Differentiated Christmas Shape Algebra Worksheets - Differentiated Christmas Maths Bundle - Differentiated Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Example Non-Chronological Report About Ogres, Feature Identification & Answers
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A two-page example non-chronological report entitled “All About Ogres”, plus writing feature identification worksheet. This fun, engaging non-chronological report exemplar text contains the following features: language features such as the following: rule of three, alliteration, similes and facts; grammar features such as commands, questions, relative clauses and synonyms to avoid repetition; and punctuation such as question marks, apostrophes for singular possession, apostrophes for plural possession, brackets, colons, semi-colons, dashes and hyphens. This 650 word example non-chronological report can be used to examine the features of non-chronological report writing as a WAGOLL before pupils embark on writing their own non-chronological report. Documents available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Answers for the feature identification worksheet included. If you like this product, you may also be interested in the following: How to Catch an Ogre Example Instructional Text Letter to an Ogre Example Persuasive Text Example Ogre-Themed Text Bundle: Instructions, Persuasive Letter & Non-Chronological Report Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
The Iron Man Non-Chronological Report Example, Feature Identification & Answers
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The Iron Man Non-Chronological Report Example, Feature Identification & Answers

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A three-pag example non-chronological report entitled “All About the Iron Man” plus a feature identification worksheet with answer sheet that is ready to upload for remote learning or to be shared in class. This fun non-chronological report is about the character of the Iron Man from the children’s novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Use this text as an exemplar or WAGOLL before pupils write their own non-chronological report about one of the novel’s characters such as the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon, Hogarth or the Iron Man. Perfect for the study of chapters 4 and 5 of The Iron Man. This fun, engaging non-chronological report exemplar text contains the following genre-specific features: Introduction Sub-headings as questions Facts Technical vocabulary Images with captions … The feature identification worksheet looks at the following language, grammar and punctuation features: Rule of three Alliteration Similes Facts Commands Questions Expanded noun phrases Relative clauses Co-ordinating conjunctions Subordinating conjunctions Synonyms to avoid repetition Question marks Apostrophes for singular possession Brackets Colons Semi-colons Hyphens … The sections and headings in the report are: Introduction (no heading) What does the Iron Man look like? Where does the Iron Man live? What does the Iron Man eat? What are the Iron Man’s special abilities? Did you know? … This 630 word example non-chronological report can be used to examine the features of non-chronological report writing as a WAGOLL before pupils embark on writing their own non-chronological report. Documents are available as PDFs and easily editable Word files making adaption for your class simple. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks! You may also be interested in: Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus All Chapter Glossary BUNDLE Ogre-Themed BUNDLE - 4 Example Texts: Instructions, Persuasive Letter, Non-Chronological Report & Recount (each with Features Worksheet & Answers) Dragon Non-Chronological Report BUNDLE Unicorn-Themed Example Text BUNDLE: Non-Chronological Report, Instructions and Persuasive Letter Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources!
Iron Man 7 Example Texts & Glossary BUNDLE with Feature Identification & Answers
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Iron Man 7 Example Texts & Glossary BUNDLE with Feature Identification & Answers

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Seven example texts corresponding to each chapter of The Iron Man novel by Ted Hughes, covering a range of fiction and non-fiction genres to be used as models for writing, plus glossary. Chapter 1: fisherman’s diary entry Chapter 2: Hogarth and family’s dialogue writing Chapter 3: Hogarth’s apology letter Chapter 3: Instructional text Chapter 4: Hogarth interview Chapter 5: Iron Man non-chronological report Chapter 5: Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon non-chronological report All chapter glossary … These model texts are perfect to use as WAGOLLs. Each exemplar comes with a feature identification worksheet so that pupils can identify language, grammar and punctuation features before writing their own texts based on the model. The worksheets all have answer sheets for teachers to upload for home or remote learning or to share with pupils in class. A glossary with pictures for all chapters of the novel is also included in this bundle to support EAL and SEN pupils and to encourage tnew vocabulary use when writing. All resources come as editable Word documents that can easily be adapted for your class, and as PDF files. Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources! All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Number Lines from -10 to 10
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Number Lines from -10 to 10

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Set of number lines from -10 to 10. Useful for pupils to help them understand the concept of negative numbers. You may also find Negative Numbers - Differentiated Number Line Activity Worksheets useful. Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Negative to Positive Number Line -45 to 50
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Number line showing both negative and positive numbers from -49 to 50. Pupil resource to help understand negative numbers and to use when adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. You may also find Negative Numbers - Differentiated Number Line Activity Worksheets useful. Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!
Place Value Grid from Ones to Thousands
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Place Value Grid from Ones to Thousands

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Place value grid for use in the classroom. Includes place values of Millions, Hundred Thousands, Ten Thousands, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones. Useful for key stage 1 and 2 pupils to support their understanding of place value. Can be used during addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Useful for lower ability pupils and SEND pupils. PDF and editable Word documents included. Can be laminated for re-use. Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources. All feedback is welcome and appreciated, so please leave a review after downloading my resources. Thanks!