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Unit A – Story Ingredients

This English scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to explore narrative structures and use of vocabulary by an established children’s writer, identify and spell words with silent letters and convert sentences between the third and first person based on A Medal for Leroy by Michael Morpurgo.

Explore narrative structures and use of vocabulary by an established children’s writer, identify and spell words with silent letters and convert sentences between the third and first person

Lesson One : Matching Silent Letters

Identify and spell different words with a range of silent letters to utilise when playing a matching game

Lesson Two : Story Sentences

Practise converting a range of sentences from different story genres between the third and first person

Lesson Three : Story Events

Compose paragraphs using the first and third person describing a range of events that might feature in narrative story

Lesson Four : Story Characters

Identify and record some of the information that can be used to describe a story character using a section from a narrative story

Lesson Five : Story Plots

Select and describe some of the plots that might feature in different stories to match a range of characters settings

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    Fence Complaint

    Select and use examples of formal language to respond to a complaint about a garden fence

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    Wedding Speeches

    Devise and record sentences using formal and informal language for use within speeches at a wedding

  • Islam

    Islam

    Explore some of the different traditions, stories, beliefs and practices that Muslims follow and adopt when practising the Islamic religion

  • Islamic Books

    Islamic Books

    Identify and record how Muslims use special books in their religion to follow the Five Pillars of Islam