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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.

Key Stage One   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.

If you have suggestions for other resources that we can add to this section then please drop us a message. We'd love to add teaching activities that you need to help support your classroom teaching.

Resources Spring Term English Planning for Years Three and Four (Set A)
Resource Preview [1c] Ancient Greeks (fiction - myths and legends)
Investigate the structure and language used by writers when retelling a myth or legend, practise adding the suffix ly to word roots, extend sentences using conjunctions and use apostrophes for possession based on The Orchard Book of Greek Myths (ISBN 1408324377)

     Resource Preview [2c] Ancient Greeks (fiction - myths and legends)
Explore characters, settings and structures used when retelling a myth, investigate how adding the suffix ly can change word roots, use adverbs to express time in sentences and use apostrophes to show possession working with regular plurals based on The Orchard Book of Greek Myths (ISBN 1408324377)

Resource Preview [3c] Ancient Greeks (fiction - myths and legends)
Practise changing and re-writing a myth from Ancient Greece, explore how to add the suffix ation to word roots, use adverbs to express time in writing and apostrophes to show possession working with regular plurals based on The Orchard Book of Greek Myths (ISBN 1408324377)

     Resource Preview [4c] Ancient Greeks (non-fiction - non-chronological reports)
Write and present an oral report about an aspect of the lives of the Ancient Greeks, explore words that contain the suffix ation and practise using prepositions to express time, place and cause

Resource Preview [5c] Ancient Greeks (non-fiction - non-chronological reports)
Conduct research and write reports about different historical artefacts, identify sentences that are fact, fiction and opinion, practise adding the suffixes ed and ing to word roots and use prepositions to express time, place and cause in writing

     Resource Preview [6c] Ancient Greeks (poetry -figurative language)
Read and write poems about Greek gods and temples using expanded noun phrases and explore how suffixes change the meaning of word roots

Resource Preview [1d] Imagined Worlds (fiction - fantasy stories)
Explore descriptive vocabulary used in a story set in an imaginary world, investigate words ending in sure and learn how to punctuate direct speech based on The Ice Palace by Robert Swindells [ISBN 0140349669]

     Resource Preview [2d] Imagined Worlds (fiction - fantasy stories)
Identify shades of meaning used in vocabulary to describe story settings, learn spellings of words ending in sure and ture and punctuate direct speech based on The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C S Lewis [ISBN 0003300099]

Resource Preview [3d] Imagined Worlds (non-fiction - recounts)
Read and adapt recounts about an expedition to an underground cave, practise using pronouns and adjectives in sentences and learn how to spell words with common letter strings

     Resource Preview [4d] Imagined Worlds (non-fiction - recounts)
Research and write a recount about an expedition to an uninhabited island, use pronouns to avoid repetition in sentences and learn how to spell and use words that begin with /sc/

Resource Preview [5d] Imagined Worlds (poetry - figurative language)
Read and write poems about imagined locations using figurative language and practise adding suffixes to words with final stressed syllables that end in a single consonant

    




   
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