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Identify words in sentences that should be written with capital letters

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Select lengths to match one quarter of different measurements in centimetres

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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 Summer Term English Planning for Years Three and Four (Set B)
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Year Three and Four Summer Term
Medium term plan outlining National curriculum objectives and coverage in the summer term schemes of work for fiction, non-fiction and poetry

Suitable for Year 1
Teaching Focus: Whole Class, Individual, Pairs, Group

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Resource Preview [1e] Big Beautiful World (fiction - stories from other cultures)
Read and adapt stories told by Australian Aborigines for a younger age group, identify word roots that can be changed by adding suffixes and practise adding fronted adverbials to sentences

     Resource Preview [2e] Big Beautiful World (fiction - stories from other cultures)
Plan and write a story to explain a type of natural phenomena in the world, practise adding suffixes to word roots, identify standard English forms of verb inflections and extend sentences using fronted adverbials

Resource Preview [3e] Big Beautiful World (non-fiction - alphabetical texts)
Investigate the structure of alphabetically ordered texts and write sentences to answer topic questions, match pairs of words that are homophones and use adjectives and prepositions to write expanded noun phrases

     Resource Preview [4e] Big Beautiful World (non-fiction - alphabetical texts)
Identify structure of non-fiction texts and produce an encyclopedia entry based on a class topic, explore the meaning of words that are near-homophones and edit sentences adding adjectives and prepositional phrases

Resource Preview [5e] Big Beautiful World (poetry - narrative poems)
Explore and adapt the structure of a narrative poem describing a particular culture, match pairs of words that are homophones and practise writing expanded noun phrases using adjectives and prepositional phrases

     Resource Preview [1f] Fly, Drive, Sail (fiction - adventure stories)
Investigate how authors describe and use characters in narrative stories and invent new characters for a story, practise using possessive apostrophes with regular plurals and use conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time and cause in sentences

Resource Preview [2f] Fly, Drive, Sail (fiction - adventure stories)
Read and change settings and plot events as part of a narrative story, use apostrophes for possession with regular and irregular nouns and write and punctuate dialogue sentences including reporting clauses

     Resource Preview [3f] Fly, Drive, Sail (non-fiction - persuasive writing)
Identify examples of persuasive writing in different texts to re-design and edit adverts, practise adding prefixes and suffixes to word families and use adjectives and prepositions to extend noun phrases

Resource Preview [4f] Fly, Drive, Sail (non-fiction - persuasive writing)
Produce and perform texts using persuasive language to sell specific products, match word roots to prefixes and suffixes and write expanded noun phrases using adjectives and prepositions

     Resource Preview [5f] Fly, Drive, Sail (poetry - figurative language)
Read and write poems about different journeys and vehicles using descriptive language, identify families of words using prefixes and suffixes and use adjectives and prepositions to write noun phrases to use in poetry





   
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