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Unit A – Story Changes

This English scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to read and adapt a traditional tale changing characters and settings, investigate word families to support spelling of common words and use inverted commas to punctuate direct speech based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson

Read and adapt a traditional tale changing characters and settings, investigate word families and use inverted commas to punctuate direct speech

Lesson One : Word Groups

Identify and define the meaning of different words that are part of the same root family

Lesson Two : Story Dialogue

Practise using inverted commas to indicate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Lesson Three : Sentence Changes

Identify and record how to convert sentences from traditional tales from the third to the first person including the use of dialogue

Lesson Four : Story Endings

Rewrite the ending to a traditional tale writing in the first person from the viewpoint of a character

Lesson Five : Story Planning

Plan and record a story for narrative writing based on a traditional tale by Hans Christian Anderson

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