Summer Term English - Reading Reading in KS1 is mainly taught through Read, Write Inc with other opportunities to develop reading skills in daily guided reading sessions which link to key skills such as understanding word meaning, finding information in both fiction and non-fiction texts and inference skills. Each class also read a class novel daily. Reading in KS1 is mainly taught through Read, Write Inc with other opportunities to develop reading skills in daily guided reading sessions which link to key skills such as understanding word meaning, finding information in both fiction and non-fiction texts and inference skills. English — Writing POR Book — Leaf by Sandra Dieckman Non- chronological report, letters, descriptions, persuasive speech, explanation, narrative POR Book — Traction Man by Mini Grey Stories, letters, retelling stories, pictures and captions, character profiles, instructions POR Book — Claude in the city by Alex T Smith Postcards and letters, diary, recount, character description, explanation text, non- chronological report English — GPS — How words can combine to make sentences Joining words and joining sentences using and Sequencing sentences to form short narratives Separation of words with spaces Introduction to capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks to demarcate sentences Capital letters for names and for the personal pronoun I Regular plural noun suffixes —s or —es e.
FictionOnline Resources Short Story Competition - Winners' Stories In the summer newsletter we ran a competition looking for stories of no more than words that could be used as model texts for Talk for Writing. We received a number of entries, four of which stood out as prize winners.
Each of these stories are downloadable below for you to use in class.
Suitable for a Year 2 class. Suitable for a Year 4 class. Wednesday 8th June Address: The writers of the three best stories will each receive a free place at a Talk for Writing conference of their choice and the overall winner will receive a free conference place and free copies of both the Talk for Writing Across the Curriculum and Talk for Writing in the Early Years books.
Send your stories to Julia. The deadline for entering the competition is 31st May, To give an idea of the sort of thing we're looking for, Julia Strong has written her story below as an example of one type of story you could write.
Last summer, Julia was walking in the Altay Mountains in Mongolia, a land rich with stories about eagles and wolves. Its underpinning storyline lends itself to creative innovation. Read the full story below, or download a PDF of this story to use in class here: In future, I will eat only that animal.
Come back by nightfall with [English Writing Genre Marking Ladders These checklists can be used to encourage children to incorporate the different features of particular genres in their writing.
Excellent for peer marking through assessment for learning. Instructions Reading Comprehension Ks1 St. George and the Dragon Comprehension.
Made for my Year 2 Class, Worksheets can be edited. St George stabbed the Dragon under the wing where there. A powerpoint outlining features or recounts, emphasising beginning, middle and end.
Also highlighting time words/connectives/5(60).
Recount resources to support non fiction writing and looking for features/5(9). Buy English KS2 / KS1 PowerPoint presentations for primary school teachers to use in lessons and classes. Product range covers a wide range of topics including English grammar, punctuation, spelling and reading and writing.
KS1 Curriculum If you would like to know more about how the curriculum is taught or you can offer some time or resources to assist the teaching of this curriculum, please speak to a member of the KS1 .