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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 A
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Year One and Two Spring Term
Medium term plan outlining National curriculum objectives and coverage in the spring 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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[1c] Our World (fiction - stories from other cultures)
Investigate different story characters that feature in stories from countries around the world, practise spelling words with vowel digraphs and the suffix ly and extend sentences using conjunctions based on Usborne Illustrated Stories from Around the World [ISBN 1409516490)

    
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[2c] Our World (fiction - stories from other cultures)
Explore ways to change characters, settings and plot events to retell a story from another culture, practise building words using the vowel digraph ew and the suffix-less, extend sentences using conjunctions and punctuate correctly using full stops and capital letters based on Usborne Illustrated Stories from Around the World [ISBN 1409516490)

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[3c] Our World (fiction - stories from other cultures)
Explore ways to change characters, settings and plot events to help retell a story, practise building words using the vowel digraph ew and the suffix -less, extend sentences using conjunctions and punctuate correctly using full stops and capital letters based on Usborne Illustrated Stories from Around the World [ISBN 1409516490)

    
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[4c] Our World (non-fiction - information texts)
Practise reading non-fiction books to answer key questions about different locations, explore how to convert singular nouns into plurals, build words by adding suffixes to roots, learn when to add question marks to punctuate sentences and use conjunctions to co-ordinate sentence clauses

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[5c] Our World (non-fiction - information text)
Plan and write a class information book about different locations around the world, practise converting words into plurals, spell words with the suffixes ment and ness and use correct punctuation and conjunctions in sentences

    
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[6c] Our World (poetry - figurative language)
Read and write poems about different mystery locations around the world, practise how to add the suffixes er and est to make comparative adjectives, select vocabulary to use in noun phrases and learn how to punctuate sentences using capital letters

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[1d] Big, Giant, Enormous (fiction - fantasy worlds)
Explore the use of vocabulary used to describe characters and settings in a story, investigate spellings of compound words and plurals using es, identify correct sentence punctuation and link sentences using subordination based on Dinosaurs Galore! by Giles Andreae [ISBN 1843626098]

    
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[2d] Big, Giant, Enormous (fiction - fantasy worlds)
Investigate and make predictions about the sequence of story events, practise spelling high frequency compound words and learn how to add er and est to word roots, punctuate sentences with full and capitals and explore how to extend sentences using subordination based on Killer Gorilla by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross [ISBN 1842703501]

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[3d] Big, Giant, Enormous (non-fiction - recounts)
IIdentify examples of fact and fiction used in different texts to write a recount of a family visit to a mountain, practise adding the suffix ed to word roots and learn how to join parts of a sentence using conjunctions for co-ordination and subordination

    
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[4d] Big, Giant, Enormous (non-fiction - recounts)
Research and write a recount of a visit to a city skyscraper using fact and fiction, identify spelling and tense changes when adding the suffix ing, and extend sentences using conjunctions for co-ordination and subordination

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[5d] Big, Giant, Enormous (poetry - figurative language)
Read and write poems on a common theme using descriptive language, investigate how to add the suffixes er and est to word roots and know when to use capital letters

    




   
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