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Unit D – Story Journal

This English scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to plan and write a story using different narrative techniques, identify the meanings of words that are homonyms and practise extending sentences by using commas to add extra words and phrases based on A Medal for Leroy, Michael Morpurgo.

Plan and write a story using different narrative techniques, identify the meanings of homonyms and practise extending sentences using commas

Lesson One : Homonym Meanings

Identify and match the double meanings of different words that are classed as homonyms

Lesson Two : Sentence Commas

Practise using commas to add extra phrases and clauses to different sentences about families

Lesson Three : Story Planning

Plan another journal that could have been discovered to show the history of a family in a narrative story

Lesson Four : Story Viewpoint

Select and write a new section for a narrative story from the viewpoint of one of the characters

Lesson Five : Story Editing

Edit and redraft a new section for a story to suggest what other events might happen in the narrative

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