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This English teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to select and complete an extra part for a narrative story describing how characters might solve a problem. The class can use a checklist to edit and correct their narrative writing to match the writing style of Roald Dahl.

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Learning Objectives

Draft and write narratives, creating settings, characters and plot. Discussing writing similar to that which they are planning to write in order to understand and learn from its structure, vocabulary and grammar.

Learning Outcomes

I can write a narrative story based on reading  using conjunctions and fronted adverbials to extend sentences. I can suggest alternative story events to a story I have read.

Story Solution

Teaching sequence to help the children select and complete an extra part for a narrative story describing how characters might solve a problem

Changing Sentences

Vocabulary word bank to help the children extend some of their story sentences using conjunctions and fronted adverbials to add extra clauses.

Story Writing Checklist

Activity to help the children to edit and identify improvements to their narrative writing to match the style of Roald Dahl

Story Solution

Interactive activity to help the children select and complete an extra part for a narrative story describing how characters might solve a problem

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and complete an extra part for a narrative story describing how characters might solve a problem

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