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This is a preview of all of the schemes of work, lesson plans, teaching activities and interactive PowerPoints that you can download when subscribing to Clickteaching. You won't be able to download any of the files but it should give you an idea as to the full range of primary teaching resources available. You can visit the examples page to access some full examples of our lesson plans and activities.

English   The English schemes of work have been divided into units that cover fiction, non-fiction and poetry objectives on a central theme. You can choose to follow the plans in sequence across the term or you can select fiction, non-fiction or poetry sections within each unit to teach them independently according to the needs of your class. We have chosen texts by significant children's authors to help teach each scheme of work. You should be able to find copies of the texts in your school library. For some of the plans, we have been able to provide any necessary texts for shared reading and class discussion. All of the objectives in these schemes of work have been taken from the 2014 National Curriculum.

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Resources Spring Term English Planning For Years One and Two - Set B
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Year One and Two Spring Term
Medium term plan outlining National curriculum objectives and coverage in the autumn term schemes of work for fiction, non-fiction and poetry

Recommended Teaching Group: Year 1
Teaching Focus: Whole Class, Individual, Pairs, Group

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Resource Preview [1c] Mad Monsters (fiction - patterned language)
Select and use vocabulary to describe a strange creature based on a character from reading, investigate spellings of words with the vowel digraph ir an ur, practise adding the suffix ly and write sentences with capital letters and full stops using conjunctions to link clauses and phrases based on The Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson (ISBN 0333710932)

     Resource Preview [2c] Mad Monsters (fiction - patterned language)
Practise writing and punctuating descriptive sentences based on a narrative text, identify pronunciation of words with the phoneme ea, learn how to add the suffix ful to word roots and punctuate and write sentences using the conjunctions when and if based on Aliens Love Underpants, Claire Freedman and Ben Cort (ISBN 1416917055)

Resource Preview [3c] Mad Monsters (non-fiction - instructions)
Read and adapt sets of instructions about how look after a pet monster, practise spelling words with the same vowel digraph and the suffix less and write and punctuate sentences that are commands and questions

     Resource Preview [4c] Mad Monsters (non-fiction - instructions)
Draft and edit a set of instructions about ways to clean, feed and exercise a pet monster, convert singular nouns into plurals by adding s, add the suffix ness to word roots and write and punctuate sentences that are statements, commands and questions

Resource Preview [5c] Mad Monsters (poetry - rhymes and patterns)
Read and write poetry verses with consistent rhyming structures about alien invaders, convert singular nouns into plurals, add the suffix ment to word roots, identify words that should be capitalised and write expanded noun phrases based on Here Come the Aliens! Colin McNaughton (ISBN 0744543940)

     Resource Preview [1d] Where We Live (fiction - extended stories)
Discuss and record predictions about what could happen in a story based on reading, practise adding the suffix er and est to build comparative adjectives, use capitals for name and the personal pronoun I and extend sentences using the conjunctions that and because based on Mrs Cockle's Cat, Philippa Pearce (ISBN 1903252334)

Resource Preview [2d] Where We Live (fiction - extended stories)
Plan and write a short narrative to describe settings that could feature in a story, use spelling rules to add the suffix er to build comparative adjectives, identify words in sentences that should be capitalised and extend sentences using the conjunctions when and if based on Mrs Cockle's Cat, Philippa Pearce (ISBN 1903252334)

     Resource Preview [3d] Where We Live (non-fiction - non-chronological reports)
Read reports and conduct interviews to identify and describe buildings and people in the local area, use spelling rules to add the suffix ed to work roots and link and co-ordinate sentence clauses using the conjunctions and and but

Resource Preview [4d] Where We Live (non-fiction - non-chronological reports)
Read and write non-chronological reports to describe jobs carried out in the local area, identify word roots that can be changed by adding the suffix ing and practise extending sentences using the conjunctions and and but

     Resource Preview [5d] Where We Live (poetry - figurative language)
Select vocabulary using the five senses to describe places in the local area in poetry, explore how to use the suffixes ed and ing to write sentences in the and present tense and link sentences clauses using conjunctions





   
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