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Practise adding different groups of coins with money totals that sum to 20p

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Select the correct homophone to complete sentences about forms of transport

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Practise using semi-colons to link independent clauses in sentences

 


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 Year Six
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Year Six Spring Term
Medium term plan outlining National curriculum objectives and coverage in the spring 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 [1c] Yesterday (fiction - classic texts)
Explore how authors use vocabulary to describe and illustrate story characters, learn rules for spelling words with cious and tious endings and use semi-colons to separate independent clauses in sentences based on Black Beauty by Anna Sewell [ISBN 1503251284]

     Resource Preview [2c] Yesterday (fiction - classic texts)
Investigate how the lives of children are depicted as characters in classic texts, identify definitions of words with cious and tious endings and punctuate sentences using semi-colons based on The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett [ISBN 0140366660]

Resource Preview [3c] Yesterday (fiction - classic texts)
Discuss how authors describe and tell stories about fantasy worlds, investigate spellings words with cial and tial endings and punctuate sentences using commas, semi-colons and colons based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll [ISBN 0744582679]

     Resource Preview [4c] Yesterday (non-fiction - argument and debate)
Explore features of discursive tests and write a debate for or against compulsory education, learn rules to spell words with cial and tial endings and identify formal and informal language structures

Resource Preview [5c] Yesterday (non-fiction - argument and debate)
Research and write a magazine article to present views for and against corporal punishment, identify words with common endings. punctuate sentences using commas and practise writing using formal and informal language

     Resource Preview [6c] Yesterday (poetry - classic poems)
Investigate, edit and extend figurative language used in poems by Robert Louis Stevenson, identify prefixes to match word roots and use expanded noun phrases and modal verbs to write lines of poetry

Resource Preview [1d] Superheroes (fiction - extended narrative)
Convert comic books into narrative fiction to explore story structure, explore spellings of words that end in ant and ance and investigate active and passive sentences

     Resource Preview [2d] Superheroes (fiction - extended narrative)
Plan and write an extended story about superheroes based on comic book texts, investigate and use rules for spelling words with ant and ent endings and practise writing sentences using the active and passive voice

Resource Preview [3d] Superheroes (non-fiction - formal writing)
Use formal language to write invitations and toasts for a special celebration, use rules to spell words that end in ant and ance and change and extend sentences using commas and the passive voice

     Resource Preview [4d] Superheroes (non-fiction - formal writing)
Write and present a speech to welcome real-life superheroes to the school, investigate spellings of words that end in ance and ence and change and use commas to add fronted adverbials, relative clauses and lists to sentences

Resource Preview [5d] Superheroes (poetry - performance)
Write and perform rap using rhythm and rhyme to illustrate superhero skills and abilities, identify prefixes and suffixes that can be used to change word roots and practise converting sentences from the active to the passive voice

    




   
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