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Imagery poetry complete teaching sequence
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Imagery poetry complete teaching sequence

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In this bumper pack you will find a whole sequence of lessons on writing Imagery Poetry. The lessons follow this sequence but can be taught in any order: -Using similes in poetry -Using metaphors in poetry -Using personification in poetry -Planning, writing and performing own poems All of the power point presentations, resources and lesson plans are included as well as voice recordings of poems read aloud. This unit of work will help children develop their vocabulary, use of poetic devices and will challenge their imagination in order to produce their own Free Verse/ Imagery poetry.
Planning & writing poetry
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Planning & writing poetry

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This lesson focuses on supporting the planning and writing of Free Verse/ Imagery Poetry. It comes with an engaging powerpoint presentation, the related lesson plan and a possible planning template.
Figurative Language overview
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Figurative Language overview

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This resource can be displayed in the classroom, used as a word mat or stuck in students’ books to help them better understand what different types of figurative language are and why they are used.
Stories from Other Cultures unit of work
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Stories from Other Cultures unit of work

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This is a sequence of lessons to support the teaching of Stories from Other Cultures. The sequence follows: Lesson 1- Whole-Class Guided Reading on Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Lesson 2- Identifying features of Stories from Other Cultures Lesson 3- Re-telling a story Lesson 4- Writing a character description Lesson 5- Writing a setting description Lesson 6- Planning and writing own story from another culture All of the supporting resources are provided as well as comprehensive lesson plans for each lesson.
Using metaphors in poetry
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Using metaphors in poetry

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This lesson focuses on using metaphors in poetry. It comes with an engaging powerpoint presentation and the related lesson plan, activity sheet and example poems.
Imaginative Story Writing lesson plans and resources
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Imaginative Story Writing lesson plans and resources

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In this pack, you will find 5 engaging presentations and the accompanying lesson plans to support the teaching of story writing. The resources are aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils but can be adapted for any age. Lesson 1- developing ideas Lesson 2- describing settings Lesson 3- story planning Lesson 4- describing characters Lesson 5- writing & reviewing All of the materials needed to teach imaginative story writing are provided.
Using similes in poetry
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Using similes in poetry

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This lesson focuses on using similes in Imagery/ Free Verse poetry. It comes with an engaging powerpoint presentation, lesson plan, activity sheets and voice recordings of poems being read aloud.
Story Mountain plan
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Story Mountain plan

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This is an excellent resource to help students structure their stories. It follows the Story Mountain structure of opening- build up- problem- resolution and ending as well as giving prompts for what to include at each stage. Word document included also if you wish to edit.
Free Verse/ Imagery Poetry complete teaching sequence
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Free Verse/ Imagery Poetry complete teaching sequence

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In this bumper pack you will find a whole sequence of lessons on writing Free Verse/ Imagery Poetry. The lessons follow this sequence but can be taught in any order: -Using similes in poetry -Using metaphors in poetry -Using personification in poetry -Planning, writing and performing own poems All of the powerpoint presentations, resources and lesson plans are included as well as voice recordings of poems read aloud. This unit of work will help children develop their vocabulary, use of poetic devices and challenge their imagination in order to produce their own Free Verse/ Imagery poetry.