National Literacy Strategy Teaching Objectives Weekly Plan



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Day 4


Explore the idea of a 'significant author' by researching information about the author you are reading in class. Pose questions for research.

re14 Retrieve and collate information from a range of sources

wc9 Writing is varied and interesting, conveying meaning clearly in a range of forms for different readers, using a more formal style where appropriate


Some authors use comic language to add drama and humour. Tell chn that this is typical of Dahl’s style! He even makes up words for effect! With chn working in pairs looking through the collected Dahl texts ask chn to find invented words and record them on the f/c chart when they do.
In The BFG Dahl gave the BFG some interesting things to say, some of which were deliberately spelt wrong for effect! Using the (see resources) ask chn in pairs with dictionaries to find the correct spelling of the words. Also highlight how the BFG doesn’t use standard English, study and then correct examples eg I is making – I am making.
With the children continue the research into the author called Roald Dahl. Give them the laptops and a saved file in the common directory. Explain to the children that they are going to plan a non-fiction biography of the author Roald Dahl. They are to use the different ideas looked at over the last few weeks in order to get an understanding of the author.






The children share plan using the information given to them. Work together with the children and decide how they could interpret the information.

The children are to plan a biography linked to the author of Roald Dahl. They are to use the laptops for information and the shared text given. This text is to be used to help them plan the information needed to write the biography in the extended writing session.

The children are to continue to plan a biography linked to the author of Roald Dahl. They are to use the laptops for information and the shared text given. This text is to be used to help them plan the information needed to write the biography in the extended writing session.

The children to continue to plan using the planning grid given about Roald Dahl and who he was. Give them simplified texts to help.

With the children explain to them that they have completed a planning grid. Give them more information for them to add. Share ideas as a class.










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Fri.

Day 5


6. Group & classify words according to their spelling patterns and their meanings. W1 Identify mis-spelt words. W13 Compile own class dictionary using personally written definitions

sp15 Words with complex regular patterns are usually spelt correctly


Re-Read the Biography of Roald Dahl from the Internet and text mark the explanatory sentences and how they are used to make the text even more accurate. Explain to the children how this works to improve the overall text types.
Remind the children how to improve their work and remind them that self editing is vital. The children are to decide how to develop their own writing in line with the high expectations.


With the children look at the techniques used for spelling key words correctly.. Explain to them how this is covered.
Show example of child’s work and correct with the children.
Make a key skills checklist.

With the children focus on keywords and sentence structure work linked to IEP’s

Develop the ability to write clear individual sentences from work completed.
The children swap their books with their response partners and edit, comment and review work completed so far.

The children swap their books with their response partners and edit, comment and review work completed so far.

The children edit and discuss work looking at how they could improve their writing.
Discuss why this process is useful. Get the children to reflect what they have learned so far.

Read out a good piece of edited work and explain why this is a good piece of work.


























































Extended Writing

Objectives

Activity

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Evaluation

  • To be able to explore the idea of a 'significant author' by researching information about the author the children are reading in class.

  • Pose questions for research.

  • Children able to write a biography.

re14 Retrieve and collate information from a range of sources
ha8 Handwriting is joined clear and fluent and, where appropriate, is adapted to a range of texts

The children are to write a biography about what they have found out linked to the author. They are to use the information researched to help them. Remind the children that this is not a story and in fact it needs to reflect the language of a report. Remind the children that writing to the genre is extremely important.

Children use the planning to be able to write the biography in the correct layouts.

Children use the planning to be able to write the biography in the correct layouts.
Teacher support

Children use the planning to be able to write the biography in the correct layouts.
TA support.

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