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 CONTRASTING UK LOCALITY

Text

Autobiography

Instructions

Persuasive writing

Writing captions

Imagery in poetry

Explanations

Journalistic writing

Stories from other cultures.

Traditional stories, fables, myths and legends.

Reports

Dramatic conventions

Extended narrative

Novels and stories by significant children’s authors.

Persuasion [advertising campaign] 

SAT Revision

Argument/Discussion

Biography

Sentence

Openers

Imperative verbs.

Punctuation:

Full stops and capital letters.

Using commas in lists and to mark clauses.

Colons and semi- colons as applied to instruction writing.

Connectives:Time, to make a point.

Vocab: Persuasive language.

Superlatives and comparatives.

Vocabulary:

Poetic devices:

Rhythm, rhyme, alliteration, onomatopoeia,

Simile, metaphor, personification.

Punctuation: 

 

Compound and

complex sentences.

Identify main and subordinate clauses.

Colons to introduce a quote in journalism.

Connectives:Explaining and listing, to give examples.

Punctuation: Speech, colons, semi-colons, paragraphs.

Openers: ‘ly’ and ‘ed’.Use of adverbs to qualify verbs.

Connectives: addition.

Vocabulary: Shades of meaning – happy, sad, rear, big, small.

Making deductions from texts.


Identifying authorial intent.

Punctuation: Brackets and dashes.

Revise work on complex sentences: identify main clauses and ways of connecting them.

Vocabulary:

Conveying mood by using precise language.

Passive and active voice.

Vocabulary:Persuasive Language [2]

Empathising with characters in texts.

Adapt writing for different readers and purposes.

Making deductions from texts.

Use a range ofconnectives, simplifying clumsy construction.

Vocabulary:

The language of debate.

Connectives:Discursive, cause and effect, comparison.

Agreement between nouns and verbs; consistency between tense and subject.

Discuss, proof read and edit own writing creating more complex sentences.

Word

Auto words

Words ending in a vowel other than ‘e’, also their plurals.

All plural endings.

Irregular plurals.

River words

Coast words

‘ight’, ‘ought’ and ‘ear’ patterns.

Suffixes: ful, ed, y, er, est, ly, able, ible.

Contractions

Did/done, saw/seen, them/those there/their/they’re

Where/were/wear

Could/should/would/might have two/to/too, of/off

Two syllable words containing consonants e.g. Bubble, kettle, comma.

Roots, derivations and patterns: act, child, electric, take, assist, bore, claim, examine, govern, hero, light, medic, operate, pain.

Double consonants.

Root words, derivations and patterns: prison, prove, relate, balance, call, cover, give, hand, joy. Unstressed consonants/vowels.

Words with common letter strings and different pronunciation. Non and anti prefixes. Ad, ap, af, al, as prefixes.

Antonyms

‘Ough’ and ‘ought’

Silent letters.

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Maths

 

 

 

 

 

 

Block A Unit 1

Counting partitioning and calculating.

Block B Unit 1

Securing number facts, understanding shape.

Block C Unit 1

Handling data and measures.

Block C Unit 1

Handling data and measures.

Block D Unit 1

Calculating measuring and understanding shape.

Block E Unit 1

Securing number facts, relationships and calculating.

Block A Unit 2

Counting partitioning and calculating.

Block B Unit 2

Securing number facts, understanding shape.

Block C Unit 2

Handling data and measures.

Block C Unit 2

Handling data and measures.

Block D Unit 2

Calculating measuring and understanding shape.

Block E Unit 2

Securing number facts, relationships and calculating.

Block A Unit 3

Counting partitioning and calculating.

Block B Unit 3

Securing number facts, understanding shape.

Block C Unit 3

Handling data and measures.

Block C Unit 3

Handling data and measures.

Block D Unit 3

Calculating measuring and understanding shape.

Block E Unit 3

Securing number facts, relationships and calculating.

 

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