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					                        Year 6: Links to NLS objectives

                                                                                          Term 1
Unit number/title              Texts provided              Key Objectives                                     Other links/opportunities
Unit 1: Poetic style           1. My Mother Saw a          T3 personal responses to literature                NLS: T4 familiarity with works of established authors; T10 write own poems
                               Dancing Bear                T5 contribute to shared discussion of literature   experimenting with active verbs; S1 to revise from Y5: word classes; sentence
                               by Charles Causley                                                             order; complex sentences; standard English; W3 independent spelling strategies
                               2. I Saw a Jolly Hunter                                                        Grammar for Writing: Unit 44 (word classes)
                               by Charles Causley                                                             Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 58 Speaking: oral techniques
                               3. The Magic Box                                                               to present persuasive argument
                               by Kit Wright
Unit 2: Developing narrative   4. Twenty Seventeen         T2 narrative viewpoint                             NLS: T7 plan plot, characters and structure of own writing; W1 identify mis-spelt
                               by Mat Coward               S1 word classes, complex sentences                 words in own writing; W2 use known spellings as basis for spelling other words;
                                                           S5 form complex sentences                          W3 independent spelling strategies
                                                           S6 more sophisticated punctuation marks            Grammar for Writing: Units 44 (word classes) and 47 (complex sentences)
Unit 3: Plays and media        5. James and the Giant      T1 compare/evaluate novel or play in print and     NLS: T9 prepare story as script; W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W3
(Roald Dahl)                   Peach (story)               film/TV version                                    independent spelling strategies
                               6. James and the Giant      T2 narrative viewpoint                             Grammar for Writing: Unit 47 (complex sentences, punctuation)
                               Peach (playscript)          S6 more sophisticated punctuation marks            Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 61 Drama: consider impact of
                                                                                                              live or recorded performance
Unit 4: Plays and media        7. Macbeth (playscript)     T1 compare/evaluate novel or play in print and     NLS: T6 manipulate narrative perspective; S6 more sophisticated punctuation
(Shakespeare)                  8. Macbeth (film clip)      film/TV version                                    marks; W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W2 use known spellings as
                                                           T4 familiarity with established authors            basis for spelling other words
                                                                                                              Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 61 Drama: consider impact of
                                                                                                              live or recorded performance
Unit 5: Journalism             9. French Fun for all the   T12 comment critically on language/style/          NLS: T8 summarise text; T15 journalistic style; T16 style/conventions of
                               Family!                     success of non-fiction texts                       journalism; T18 use IT to plan/revise/edit writing; S4 connecting words and
                               10.Fish ate my Dog and                                                         phrases; W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W3 independent spelling
                               Bone!                                                                          strategies
                                                                                                              Grammar for Writing: Units 44 (word classes; adapting writing for
                                                                                                              readers/purposes) and 46 (connecting words and phrases)
Unit 6: Biography and          11.A Yorkshire Childhood    T3 personal responses to literature                NLS: T14 biographical and autobiographical writing; S5 form complex sentences
autobiography                  12.Pedro’s Paintings        T11 distinguish between biography and              using connective devices; S6 more sophisticated punctuation marks; W3
                               13.The Boy from             autobiography                                      independent spelling strategies; W5 use word roots, prefixes and suffixes as a
                               Bassendean                  S2 revise work on verbs and understand terms       support for spelling
                               by Rolf Harris              active and passive                                 Grammar for Writing: Units 45, 48 (active and passive verbs) and 47 (complex
                               14.John Lennon’s early                                                         sentences)
                               years in Liverpool
Unit 7: Reports                15.Tudor Exploration        T8 summarise a text                                NLS: T17 write reports; S2 revise verbs; active and passive verbs; S3 changes
                               16.Ideas of the Ancient     T13 features of non-chronological reports          from active to passive; W3 independent spelling strategies; W5 use word roots,
                               Greeks                                                                         prefixes and suffixes as a support for spelling
                               17.Hindu Festivals                                                             Grammar for Writing: Units 45 and 48: active and passive verbs
                          Year 6: Links to NLS objectives

                                                                                                   Term 2
Unit number/title                Texts provided                   Key Objectives                                       Other links/opportunities
Unit 8: Poetic form              18.The Warm and the Cold         T3 recognise how poets manipulate words              NLS: W2 use known spellings as basis for spelling other words
                                 by Ted Hughes                    T4 investigate humorous verse
                                 19.Sea Shoals See Shows          T5 how messages, moods, feelings and attitudes
                                 on the Sea Bed                   are conveyed in poetry
                                 by Paul Cookson                  T6 read and interpret poems in which meanings
                                                                  are implied or multi-layered
                                                                  T9 increase familiarity with significant poets
Unit 9: Features of narrative    20.The Lex Files                 T1 aspects or narrative structure                    NLS: T11 write own story using flashbacks/story within story; T13 parody; S3
                                 by Robert Swindells              T7 identify key features of different types of       complex sentences; W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W2 use known
                                 21.Eco-Wolf and the Three        literary text                                        spellings as basis for spelling other words
                                 Pigs                                                                                  Grammar for Writing: Unit 52 (paragraphing)
                                 by Laurence Anholt                                                                    Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 64 Drama: drama strategies
                                                                                                                       to explore themes
Unit 10: Argument                22.Vivisection: Is it right to   T15 recognise how arguments are constructed to       NLS: T18 construct effective arguments; T19 to write balanced report of
                                 experiment on animals?           be effective                                         controversial issue; S5 investigate conditionals
                                 by Brian Moses                   T16 identify features of balanced written            Grammar for Writing: Unit 51 (investigating conditionals)
                                                                  arguments                                            Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 58 Speaking: oral techniques
                                                                  W8 build a bank of useful terms and phrases for      to present persuasive argument; Objective 62 Speaking: participate in a whole-
                                                                  argument                                             class debate; Objective 63 Group discussion and interaction: consider
                                                                                                                       examples of conflict and resolution

Unit 11: Formal writing          23.Notification of Sale          T17 features of official language                    NLS: W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W3 independent spelling
                                 24.Formal letter                 T20 discuss how standard English varies in           strategies
                                 25.Property details              different contexts                                   Grammar for Writing: Unit 49 (formal official language)
                                                                  S2 understand features of formal official language   Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 66 Listening: language
                                                                  through collecting and analysing examples            variation in formal and informal contexts
                          Year 6: Links to NLS objectives

                                                                                               Term 3
Unit number/title                Texts provided               Key Objectives                                         Other links/opportunities
Unit 12: Revising narrative      26a, b and c. Mind Your      T7 annotate passages in detail                         NLS: W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W2 use known spellings as
                                 Own Business                 T18 secure skills of skimming, scanning and            basis for spelling other words; W3 independent spelling strategies
                                 by Gillian Cross             efficient reading                                      Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T2 Objective 64 Drama: drama strategies
                                                              S1 language conventions and grammatical                to explore themes
                                                              features of different text types
Unit 13: Revising poetry         27.The Plaint of the Camel   T3 describe and evaluate poet style                    NLS: W1 identify mis-spelt words in own writing; W3 independent spelling
                                 by Charles Edward Carryl     T4 comment critically on the overall impact of a       strategies; W7 experiment with language
                                 28.Silver                    poem
                                 by Walter de la Mare
Unit 14: Revising non-fiction    29.Make an Egyptian          T15 features of explanatory texts                      NLS: T22 select appropriate style and form to suit specific purpose/audience;
                                 Pyramid                      T19 non-fiction text types and their characteristics   W3 independent spelling strategies; W5 use word roots, prefixes and suffixes as
                                 30.How do Waves Shape        S1 language conventions and grammatical                a support for spelling
                                 the Coast?                   features of different text types                       Grammar for Writing: Units 52 (paragraphing) and 53 (language conventions)
                                 31.Roman Britain                                                                    Speaking, Listening, Learning: Y6 T1 Objective 58 Speaking: oral techniques
                                 32.Jooster Booster                                                                  to present persuasive argument
Unit 15: Author study –          33.Capturing Animals         T1 describe and evaluate the style of an individual    NLS: T12 compare texts in writing
Ted Hughes                       34.The Snow Shoe Hare        writer
                                                              T5 compare and contrast the work of an individual
                                                              writer

				
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