Six lessons planned out with internet links that work (Sept 2017!)
Covers all of the Y5 objectives (new curriculum 2014+) that must be taught for Year 5. This was planned for my Y5/6 class.
Word format means that you can edit and adjust as you need to.
All lessons have Learning Challenge, Starter, Main Tasks, Plenary and Resource List.
Missing number problems.
Simple sheets with missing values less than 50.
Addition and Subtraction problems.
Some multiplication problems.
A missing symbols sheet for an extension.
Suitable for Y2, Y3 and some lower Y4s.
ALL Word documents that can be edited.
2x weeks of Literacy Planning linked to the novel 'Where Monsters Lie' by Polly Ho-Yen. A brilliant Y5+ text that links well to mysteries and fictional units.
Planning is designed to teach several key aspects required for writing a fictional mystery story. All objectives linked to the Year 6 Writing ITAF 2016
Lessons included are:
1. Capital Letters, Full Stops and Question Marks.
2. Non-fictional features (in a diagram of the raft)
3. Key Dictionary Work
5. Punctuating Speech
6. Powerful verbs and adverbs
7. Expanding noun phrases
8. Creating atmosphere through description
9. Features of a mystery story & 10. Learning Objectives for the writing stage (left blank for your own personalisation). Different classes will focus on different learning features.
WW1 Topic Planning over 7 weeks worth of work with website links and lovely ideas for Upper KS2. Resources include links to topic writing and have a real focus on the commemoration of WW1. Taken straight from my own planning but is in Word format so can be edited to suit your class.
PLANNED LESSONS INCLUDE:
L.C – Can I research the causes of the First World War?
L.C – Can I imagine what it would have been like to live in a WW1 trench?
L.C – Can I recall famous events from WW1?
L.C – Can I name some of the shelters used during WW1?
L.C – Can I understand what ‘propaganda’ is and how it can be used to influence public opinion?
L.C – Can I explain what ‘rationing’ is and why it was introduced in WW1?
L.C - Can I explain where British food came from at the time of WW1?
L.C - Can I describe how these food sources compare to today?
L.C – Can I explain how and when the war ended?
L.C - Can I explain why it is important that we should remember the soldiers who died?
Handy resource for teaching the features of instructions. Linked to the Y3/4 curriculum and Ancient Egypt.
A model example of instructions that includes: bullet points, imperative verbs, colon, commas in a list, technical vocabulary, handy hints, adverbials, adverbs and much more.
An information text about pirates in general.
Images to add interest.
No sub-headings so could be used for a 'paragraphing lesson'.
Text level suitable for Y2/Y3/Y4
Download is a Word document for easy editing.
3 differentiated worksheets for finding features of an info text. Word documents that can be edited. Photo images as an easy match up to the name of the feature. HAG sheet has room for definitions of each feature.
Suitable for Y1, Y2 standard.