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This English teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to read and write non-chronological reports to describe the roles and responsibilities of people who work in a school. The class can collect information to answer key questions about someone who works in the school to use when structuring their reports.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to read and write non-chronological reports to describe the roles and responsibilities of people who work in a school

Learning Objectives

Being introduced to non-fiction texts that are structured in different ways. Encapsulating what they want to say, sentence by sentence.

Learning Outcomes

I can say how to write a report about a specific topic. I can write sentences to answer key questions about a topic.

School Staff

Teaching sequence to help the children read and write non-chronological reports to describe the roles and responsibilities of people who work in a school

School Caretaker

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children explain how to structure and format a non-chronological report about someone who works in the school

School Staff Questions

Activity cards to help the children select key questions to ask people in the school about their roles and responsibilities to use when structuring a report

School Report

Template to help the children structure and write a non-chronological report about someone who works in the school

School Staff

Interactive activity to help the children read and write non-chronological reports to describe the roles and responsibilities of people who work in a school

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to read and write non-chronological reports to describe the roles and responsibilities of people who work in a school

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