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This English teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to plan and compose a discussion text to illustrate and present arguments in support of recycling household waste. The children can list different arguments for or against recycling a range of different household materials.

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Learning Objectives

Identifying and discussing themes and conventions in discursive writing. Selecting appropriate grammar and vocabulary, understanding how such choices can change and enhance meaning.

Learning Outcomes

I know how to structure a discussion text to present arguments for a particular issue. I can select sentence structures and vocabulary to argue a point of view.

Recycling

Teaching sequence to help the children plan and compose a discussion text to illustrate and present arguments in support of recycling household waste

Stop Recycling

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children explain how to format and structure a discussion text to illustrate and present arguments in support of recycling household waste

For and Against

Activity to help the children identify and record arguments for and against the issue of recycling household waste

For and Against (support)

Activity cards to help the children identify and sort arguments for and against the issue of recycling household waste

Supporting Recycling

Template to help the children structure and format a discussion text to illustrate and present arguments in support of recycling household waste

Recycling

Interactive activity to help the children plan and compose a discussion text to illustrate and present arguments in support of recycling household waste

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to plan and compose a discussion text to illustrate and present arguments in support of recycling household waste

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