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Unit A – Roman Myths

This English scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to investigate the structure and language of narrative stories written as myths, practise adding the suffix ly to word roots and extend sentences using conjunctions to express cause. The class can practise writing the ending of a Roman myth.

Investigate the structure and language of narrative stories written as myths, practise adding the suffix ly to word roots and extend sentences using conjunctions to express cause

Lesson One : Suffix Changes ly

Practise adding the suffix ly to convert adjectives into adverbs to describe characters that feature in a Roman myth

Lesson Two : Verb Word Ladders

Identify and compare synonyms for different verbs to describe actions from a Roman myth

Lesson Three : Myth Sentences

Practise using the conjunctions so and because to express cause in sentences from different myths

Lesson Four : Myth Characters

Make lists of words that can be used to describe the appearance and behaviour of characters in a myth

Lesson Five : Myth Ending

Write the ending to a Roman myth to illustrate the narrative structures of this story genre

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