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This English teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to practise writing a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story. The class identify the main themes in the story as represented in the story ending and the actions of the characters.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to practise writing a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story

Learning Objectives

Discussing writing similar to that which they are planning to write in order to understand and learn from its structure, vocabulary and grammar. Drawing inferences such as inferring characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions, and justifying inferences with evidence.

Learning Outcomes

I can discuss ways that parts of a text is written to write a text in a similar style using the same sentence construction. I can explain how the theme of a book is reflected in the actions of the characters.

Golden Rules

Teaching sequence to help the children practise writing a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story

Golden Rules

Template to help the children select and record a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story

Golden Rules (support)

Activity to help the children select and record a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story

Golden Rules

Interactive activity to help the children practise writing a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to practise writing a set of rules for another pupil to follow based on one of the main events in a narrative story

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