Talk4writing - instructions - How to get through a haunted house

Talk4writing - instructions - How to get through a haunted house

I know you're busy - but if you get a chance, I'd love a review. An example of instructions: How to get through a haunted house. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a set of instructions with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of instruction writing - rewrite the instructions using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a set of instructions in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Talk for Writing texts with lesson ideas

Talk for Writing texts with lesson ideas

This bundle contains 16 texts that can be used for teaching non-fiction genres to KS2 or 3. Many of the texts can also be used for creative writing purposes. Each text comes with a presentation, an analysis worksheet and 8 lesson ideas. The texts are original, engaging and fun. The children will enjoy reading them and be inspired to write their own versions.
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An apology from an unruly pupil

An apology from an unruly pupil

I know you're busy but I'd love a review if you get the time. This formal letter example is ideal for Year 6 pupils about to change schools. It can be used in Talk4Writing lessons and as an example of What A Good One Looks Like. Further resources for this letter including lesson plan, presentation and analysis can be found in my TES shop. See 'An apology from an unruly pupil' - full pack. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/egtexts
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How to care for dragon eggs - an example of 'instructions' and lesson ideas

How to care for dragon eggs - an example of 'instructions' and lesson ideas

An example of instructions: How to care for dragon eggs.. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a set of instructions with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of instruction writing - rewrite the instructions using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a set of instructions in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Why our school should keep a pet dragon - persuasive text example and lesson ideas

Why our school should keep a pet dragon - persuasive text example and lesson ideas

An example of a persuasive text - why our school should keep a pet dragon. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a persuasive argument - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of persuasive arguments - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a persuasive argument in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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How dragons catch their prey - explanation example text and lesson ideas

How dragons catch their prey - explanation example text and lesson ideas

An example of an explanation text: How dragons catch their prey. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of an explanation with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of explanation writing - rewrite the explanation using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write an explanation in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Examples of explanations for lower KS2

Examples of explanations for lower KS2

Two examples of explanations for lower KS2 English lessons. WAGOLL These texts can also be used for creative writing purposes. The first text explains how giants became extinct. The second text explains how young fairies develop the ability to fly. Both explanations contain an analysis of the language features to include in the pupils' own explanations. These example texts can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of explanations - rewrite the explanations using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write other explanations in the style of the author These explanations are probably most suited to pupils in years 3 and 4.
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House Monsters - example of a non-chronological report with lesson ideas

House Monsters - example of a non-chronological report with lesson ideas

An example of a non-chronological report about monsters that live in your house! Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a non-chronological report - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of non-chronological reports - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a non-chronological report in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Formal letter from a ghost - example text and lesson ideas

Formal letter from a ghost - example text and lesson ideas

An example of a formal letter from a ghost to spook your pupils at Halloween or any other time of year.. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a formal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of formal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a formal letter in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Examples of diaries for lower KS2 (Halloween)

Examples of diaries for lower KS2 (Halloween)

Suitable for Halloween! Two examples of diaries for KS2 English lessons. WAGOLL The first text is the diary of a ghost whose house has suddenly been invaded by a new family. The second text is the diary of a witch's cat who is fed up with the hopelessness of his witch. Both diaries contain an analysis of the language features to include in the pupils' own diaries. These example texts can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of diary writing - rewrite the diaries using their own language or by borrowing phrases - extend the diary examples with what happens next - write a diary in the style of the author These diaries are probably most suited to pupils in years 3 or 4.
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Instructions - How to find Fairies - Talk4writing

Instructions - How to find Fairies - Talk4writing

An example of instructions: How to find fairies. Ideal for Talk4Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a set of instructions with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of instruction writing - rewrite the instructions using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a set of instructions in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to key stage 2
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Talk4writing Pirate Pack

Talk4writing Pirate Pack

Included: - A set of instructions for how to find treasure - written by an old pirate who is too old to find it himself; - A letter of complaint from a pirate who is definitely in the wrong job; - A non-chronological report about the pirates to be particularly frightened of; - A non-chronological report that helps pupils invent their own pirate ships Each text comes with its own Power Point presentation. The texts can be used in Talk4writing lessons.
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Talk for Writing texts with lesson ideas

Talk for Writing texts with lesson ideas

This bundle contains 16 texts that can be used for teaching non-fiction genres to KS2 or 3. Many of the texts can also be used for creative writing purposes. Each text comes with a presentation, an analysis worksheet and 8 lesson ideas. The texts are original, engaging and fun. The children will enjoy reading them and be inspired to write their own versions.
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An apology from an unruly pupil - full pack

An apology from an unruly pupil - full pack

An example of a formal letter from a rather unruly pupil to the Head. This text is ideal for Year six pupils about to change school. Please note that the text of this letter is available for free in my shop. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a formal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week - an editable lesson plan to copy and paste into your own This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of formal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a formal letter in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Diary of a Superhero - example text and lesson ideas

Diary of a Superhero - example text and lesson ideas

An example of a diary of a superhero. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a diary with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of diary writing - rewrite the diary using their own language or by borrowing phrases - extend the diary example with what happens next - write a diary in the style of the author These resources are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Boy, 11, survives deadly spider bite - newspaper example and lesson ideas

Boy, 11, survives deadly spider bite - newspaper example and lesson ideas

I know you're busy, but I'd appreciate a review if you get a chance. An example of a newspaper article - Boy, 11, survives deadly spider bite. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a newspaper article - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of newspaper articles - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a newspaper article in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Talk4writing - informal letters - A Secret Time Machine

Talk4writing - informal letters - A Secret Time Machine

Two children discover a secret time machine. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of an informal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of informal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write an informal letter in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Expulsion from a school of magic - an informal letter

Expulsion from a school of magic - an informal letter

An example of an informal letter from a pupil who is about to be expelled from a school of magic. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of an informal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of informal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write an informal letter in the style of the author These resources are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Diary from Mars - example text and lesson ideas

Diary from Mars - example text and lesson ideas

An example of a diary of a teenager on Mars. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a diary with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features. The diary is 3 pages long and is a suitable length for pupils to read multiple times and create their own versions - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of diary writing - rewrite the diary using their own language or by borrowing phrases - extend the diary example with what happens next - write a diary in the style of the author These resources are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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UFO lands in Yorkshire - newspaper example and lesson ideas

UFO lands in Yorkshire - newspaper example and lesson ideas

Please leave a review if you get a chance. An example of a newspaper article - UFO lands in Yorkshire. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a newspaper article - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of newspaper articles - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a newspaper article in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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How to cope with invisibility - instructions example and lesson ideas

How to cope with invisibility - instructions example and lesson ideas

An example of instructions: How to cope with invisibility. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a set of instructions with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of instruction writing - rewrite the instructions using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a set of instructions in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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Formal letter from the Head of a school of magic - example text and lesson ideas

Formal letter from the Head of a school of magic - example text and lesson ideas

An example of a formal letter from the Head of a school of magic. Ideal for Talk for Writing lessons. Download includes: - the text of a formal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of formal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a formal letter in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
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