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Find out more By Bev Long — educational consultant This amusing poster suggests two ways of attacking and capturing a castle.
The three set of instructions use generic text type features, such as: The poster should be particularly motivating for boys and will provide lots of scope for role play.
Shared teaching and learning Shared reading Read the title and ask the children to share what they already know about life in a castle. Recap the generic features of instructional texts and ask the children to look out for them as you read the poster.
Look at the poster, directing the children to the illustrations, then discuss what is happening. Ask them to identify what the poster is for and how the illustrations help. Read the poster together. List new vocabulary and discuss the meaning of the new words — eg, storm, siege, catapult, battering ram, surrender, capture, surround.
Discuss and share opinions on the merits of each attack approach. Use junk models, small world play and role play to act out the instructions to help make them real. Identify and list imperative verbs. Notice use of bullets, numbers and sequencing connectives.
Notice how some instructions have a second sentence giving extra information. Discuss the possible impact of each instruction.A set of 6 A4 sized mats showing the structure and language features of the 6 different styles of non-fiction writing.
They also include the 6 writing skeletons designed by Sue Palmer. - FREE primary school teaching resources, including FREE to download classroom display resources for Early Years (EYFS), KS1 and KS2 including stickers, posters, wordmats, signs, roleplay ideas and much much more!
Primary English resources for fiction from Tes is home to ideas and activities for use in primary English lessons. Breathe new life into your fiction lesson plans for KS1 and KS2 with our unrivalled range of resources, materials and ideas, including.
Improve your writing skills with these links to free to use English KS2 resources. Non Fiction Writing Power Point A set of powerpoint resources looking at the six types of non fiction writing: discussions, explanations, instructions, persuasion, recounts and reports.
Key Stage 1, Mary Seacole, Edith Cavell, Year 2, Florence Nightingale, Comprehension, Women's History, Nurses, Literacy from BBC Bitesize. Mary Seacole Key Stage 1 Comprehension Activities Sats Letter Writing Year 2 Student-centered Resources Teaching Resources Soldiers.
Instructional Writing Activities Ks2 KS2 English activities, games, tests and notes on writing, including how to write an argumument, instructions, letters, comments and leaflets. Writing Frames Resource PowerPoints with ideas based on those in the Igniting Writing series by Pie Corbett, Sue Palmer and Ann Webley.
Each presentation looks at a different area of non fiction writing and includes examples of writing skeletons and an overview of things that pupils need to know when planning to write.