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  • Working together: a project for parents and children

    Achievement for All (AfA) case study

  • Year 4 Non-fiction Unit 4 – Persuasive texts

    Overview of the teaching sequence for this unit, including a short summary of each phase, an overview of the main activities, and a list of correlations to the 1998 Framework objectives. The unit focuses on paper-based, audio and visual texts that persuade.

  • Year 4 Non-fiction Unit 3 – Explanation

    Overview of the teaching sequence for this unit, including a short summary of each phase, an overview of the main activities, and a list of correlations to the 1998 Framework objectives. The unit uses the film The Shirt Machine to explore explanation texts.

  • Year 4 Non-fiction Unit 2 – Information texts

    Overview of the teaching sequence for this unit, including an overview of the main activities, and a list of correlations to the 1998 Framework objectives. The unit consolidates knowledge and developing skills with reading, planning and writing of information texts.

  • Year 4 literacy planning: Non-fiction

    Overview of the four Year 4 Non-fiction curriculum units, with links to units and resources.

  • Year 4 Non-fiction Unit 1 – Recounts: Newspapers/magazines

    Overview of the teaching sequence for this unit, including a short summary of each phase, an overview of the main activities, and a list of correlations to the 1998 Framework objectives. The unit focuses on newspaper and magazine texts, including concepts of fact and opinion.

  • Text type: Non-fiction

    An overview of non-fiction, with information on the guidance provided for each text type that falls under non-fiction.

  • Pupil writing targets

    Pupil Writing Targets focus on high value strands of objectives that make the greatest difference to improving writing attainment. They support teachers who have identified specific gaps in learning, using information from day to day and periodic assessment practices, to teach specific writing skills in guided sessions.

  • ICT applications in Literacy

    Guidance on how various ICT applications may be used to add value to aspects of literacy learning across the Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

  • Year 4 literacy planning

    Overview of literacy planning for Year 4, showing units for narrative and plays, non-fiction and poetry. Contains extensive links to supporting documentation and resources.

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