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									Yr 5 Term 1 - Medium Term Plan                                              Remember: All books are supported by Teaching Notes and Copymasters
Texts                                    Comprehension & Composition                  Grammar & Punctuation                             Phonics, Spelling & Vocabulary
Range:                                   (Text)                                       (Sentence)                                        (Word)
Recounts of events, activities, visits   Continuous:                                  Continuous:                                       Continuous:
                                                                                      1: investigate word order & effect on             1 – identify mis-spellings in own work
Playscripts                                                                           sentence                                          for individual spelling log
                                                                                      2: understand conventions of standard             2 – use known spellings as basis for
                                                                                      English                                           others
                                                                                      6: understand need for punctuation as aid to      3 – use independent spelling strategies
                                                                                      reader
                                                                                      3: discuss, edit & proofread own writing
                                                                                      4: adapt writing for different readers
Pedal Power! Land’s End to John          21: identify features of recounted text:     5: understand difference between direct &         4: examine properties of words ending in
O’Groats                                 introduction to orientate reader,            reported speech; find examples; discuss           vowels other then ‘e’ – volcano
                                         chronological sequence, supporting           context & reason for particular usage             5: plurals: factory/ies city/ies valley/s
                                         illustrations, degree of formality, use of   6: use of colon to signify following
                                         connectives first, between, when etc.                                                          6: collect words beginning bi-(cycle)
                                                                                      information
                                         23: discuss purpose of note taking &                                                           8: identify word roots e.g. factory,
                                                                                      8: revise & extend work on verbs: identify &      manufacture, factor
                                         how this affects nature of notes made        classify examples of 1st & 3rd person
                                         24: write recount based on personal                                                            10: use of adverbs
                                                                                      9: identify past tense in recounts & use this
                                         experience                                   awareness in own writing
                                         26: make notes for different purposes        3: use range of connectives
                                         27: use simple abbreviations in note-
                                         taking
The Story of Scurvy                      21: identify features of recounted text:     3: create complex sentences, simplify clumsy      4: examine properties of words ending in
                                         chronological sequence, supporting           constructions                                     vowels other then ‘e’ – potato, tomato,
                                         illustrations, degree of formality, use of   4: adapt writing for different readers (see       kiwi
                                         connectives at that time, within, today      Activity sheets)                                  5: plurals: discovery/ies, tomato/es
                                         etc.
                                                                                      6: use of commas to mark clauses                  8: identify word roots e.g. Navy,
                                         23: discuss purpose of note taking &                                                           navigation, navigator; science, scientific,
                                         how this affects nature of notes made        8: use of auxiliary verbs, e.g. was interested,
                                                                                      have found                                        scientist
                                         24: write recount based on subject
                                                                                      9: use of past tense, (present on pages 22-23)
                                         26: make notes for different purposes
                                         27: use simple abbreviations in note-
                                         taking
Jack and the Beanstalk                   3: investigate how characters are            5: use of direct speech, discuss context          7:identify shades of meaning in
                                         presented, referring to the text – through   3: discuss, proofread & edit own writing          collection of synonyms (surprised,
                                         dialogue, through relationships with                                                           amazed, astounded; concerned, upset,
                                         others, how reader responds to them          4: adapt writing for different audiences          distraught))
                                         5: understand dramatic conventions                                                             10: use of adverbs to qualify dialogue
                                         15: write new scenes                                                                           (loudly, warmly, fiercely)
                                         18: write own playscripts
                                         19: annotate playscript as preparation
                                         for performance
                                   20: evaluate script for interest & impact

Toad of Toad Hall                  3:investigate how characters are              5: use of direct speech, discuss context           5: investigate plurals – smash/es.
                                   presented, referring to the text – through    3: discuss, proofread & edit own writing           crash/es, enemy/ies, sentry/ies,
                                   dialogue, through relationships with                                                             10: use of adverbs to qualify dialogue
                                   others                                        4: adapt writing for different audiences
                                                                                                                                    (loudly, slowly, kindly)
                                   5: understand dramatic conventions
                                   15: write new scenes
                                   18: write own playscripts
                                   19: annotate playscript as preparation
                                   for performance
                                   20: evaluate script for interest & impact




Yr 5 Term 2 - Medium Term Plan                                        Remember: All books are supported by Teaching Notes and Copymasters

Texts                                Comprehension & Composition                       Grammar & Punctuation                             Phonics, Spelling & Vocabulary
Range:                               (Text)                                            (Sentence)                                        (Word)
Non-chronological reports            Continuous:                                       Continuous:                                       Continuous:
Traditional stories, myths and       17: locate information efficiently                2: consolidate conventions of Standard            1: identify mis-spellings in own work for
legends;                             24: evaluate own work                             English                                           individual spelling log
Longer classic poetry, including                                                       3: adapt writing for different purposes &         2: use known spellings as basis for others
narrative poetry                                                                       audiences                                         3: use independent spelling strategies
                                                                                       4: consolidate use of nouns verbs pronouns
                                     15: impersonal style – passive voice,             5: use punctuation effectively in longer &        7: correct use of possessive pronouns
Survival Guide                       hypothetical language                             more complex sentences                            4: -ll of full becomes –l in suffix (powerful
                                     16: prepare for reading by identifying what       6: be aware of differences between written &      claw); soft ‘c’ before ‘e’ or ‘i’– species,
                                     is known already, what is needed to find out      spoken language                                   deciduous
                                     17: locate information through: contents,         8: construct sentences in different ways,         8: suffix ‘tion’ - pollution
                                     index, headings, skimming, scanning,              while retaining meaning; combining
                                     annotating text                                   sentences
                                     18: how authors acknowledge sources               9: use of comma to mark clauses
                                     19: compare how different sources treat           10: ensure that it is clear to who or what
                                     same information                                  pronouns refer
                                     20: notemaking –‘ own words’, copy, quote,
                                     adapt
                                     21: convert personal notes into notes for
                                     others
                                     22: plan, compose, edit, refine own non-
                                     chronological report
                                     23: record & acknowledge sources in own
                                     writing
Bleak Streets: Victorian Britain     15: impersonal style – passive voice,             5: use punctuation effectively in longer &        4: doubling consonant before –ing after short
Exposed                              hypothetical language                             more complex sentences                            vowel; soft ‘c’ before ‘e’ or ‘i’– practice,
                                   16: prepare for reading by identifying what     6: be aware of differences between written &   recite, accident
                                   is known already, what is needed to find out    spoken language                                5: spelling string – rough (p2), thorough
                                   17: locate information through: contents,       8: construct sentences in different ways,      (p27)
                                   index, headings, skimming, scanning,            while retaining meaning                        6: homophones- ‘sail’ (p21), ‘herd (18)
                                   annotating text                                 9: use of comma to mark clauses                determine meaning from context
                                   18: how authors acknowledge sources             10: ensure that is clear to who or what        7: correct use of possessive pronouns
                                   19: compare how different sources treat         pronouns refer                                 8: suffix ‘cian’ – magician (p26)
                                   same information
                                   20: note making –‘own words’, copy, quote,
                                   adapt
                                   21: convert personal notes into notes for
                                   others
                                   22: plan, compose, edit, refine own non-
                                   chronological report
                                   23: record & acknowledge sources in own
                                   writing
Odysseus and the Wooden Horse of   2: investigate different versions of same       6: be aware of differences between written &   5: letter string –ough (fought, thought,
Troy                               story                                           spoken language; use of punctuation to         through)
                                   3: explore similarities & differences between   replace intonation, pauses etc.
                                   oral & written story telling
The Adventures of Odysseus         1: identify & classify features of legends      5: use punctuation effectively in longer &     4: soft ‘c’ when followed by i, e or y
                                   (hero, journey or quest                         more complex sentences                         (Cyclops, Circe)
                                   8: distinguish between author & narrator        10: ensure that is clear to who or what        12: figures of speech used in modern life
                                   9: investigate features of genre (adventure     pronouns refer                                 (Cyclops – one-eyed machine at
                                   story)                                                                                         Wimbledon; Lotus-Eaters)
The Highwayman                     4: read a range of narrative poems                                                             5: letter strings with different pronunciation
                                   5: perform poems in a variety of ways                                                          – good, blood; death, breath, beneath
                                   6: understand the term narrative, identify                                                     6: distinguish between homophones – moor,
                                   typical features                                                                               more; road, rode; rein, rain
                                   10: understand differences between literal &                                                   11: explore onomatopoeia, pages 14-15
                                   figurative language
                                   12: use structure of poem to write extension,
                                   or substitute own ideas
The Pied Piper of Hamelin          4: read a range of narrative poems                                                             7: correct use & spelling of possessive
                                   5: perform poems in a variety of ways                                                          pronouns
                                   6: understand the term narrative, identify                                                     8: recognise & spell suffix –cian: musician,
                                   typical features                                                                               magician; -tion: corporation, consternation
                                   12: use structure of poem to write extension,
                                   or substitute own ideas
Yr 5 Term 3 - Medium Term Plan                                            Remember: All books are supported by Teaching Notes and Copymasters

Texts                                    Comprehension & Composition                      Grammar & Punctuation                            Phonics, Spelling & Vocabulary
Range:                                   (Text)                                           (Sentence)                                       (Word)
Persuasive writing                       Continuous:                                      Continuous:                                      Continuous:
Stories from a variety of cultures and   8: record predictions, questions, reflections    1: consolidate conventions of Standard           1: identify mis-spellings in own work for
Traditions                               on reading in reading log                        English                                          individual spelling log
                                                                                          2: adapt writing for different purposes &        2: use known spellings as basis for others
                                                                                          audiences                                        3: use independent spelling strategies
Why Shakespeare’s Theatre Was Best       14: evaluate a range of texts for                3: search for & identify range of                4: spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic
                                         persuasiveness, clarity, quality of              prepositions; understand & use term              words – company, history, tragedy, comedy,
                                         information                                      ‘preposition’                                    balcony etc
                                         15: collect & investigate use of persuasive      5: revise use of apostrophe for possession –     6: making comparatives – smaller, biggest,
                                         devices – lots of other reasons; you could       Shakespeare’s, Lord’s Room (9), person’s         greatest
                                         choose; What could be more exciting etc.         home (19), theatre’s thatched roof (22),         7: Prefix – prologue, project
                                         16: note making – fillet passages for relevant   Juliet’s (13) etc
                                         information & present ideas which are            6: identify & investigate clauses in sentences
                                         effectively grouped & linked                     7: investigate use of connectives to link
                                         18: write commentary on an issue, setting        clauses in sentences, (although; while) and
                                         out & justifying view; use structures &          sentences in text(Often …; And remember
                                         textual devices from reading                     …).
                                         19: construct an argument in note form or
                                         full text to persuade others; present &
                                         evaluate
Liquid Gold: Water on Tap                14: evaluate a range of texts for                4: use of punctuation in complex sentences       5: loss of modifying ‘e’ – polluting,
                                         persuasiveness, clarity, quality of              6: identify & investigate clauses in sentences   irrigating, desalinating, recycling etc; keep
                                         information                                                                                       modifying ‘e’ before suffix – approximately;
                                                                                          7: investigate use of connectives to link        change of ‘y’ – day/daily, purify/ied
                                         15: collect & investigate use of persuasive      clauses in sentences, and sentences in text –
                                         devices – Experts believe .., are vital for …,   In the last 100 years; As the population         6: changing verbs to nouns – pollute,
                                         dangerously scarce, destroying .. ,              grows …; During … etc                            pollution; irrigate, irrigation; evaporate,
                                         endangering, etc.                                                                                 evaporation
                                         16: note making – fillet passages for relevant                                                    7: prefixes – inland, income, include,
                                         information & present ideas which are                                                             process,
                                         effectively grouped & linked
                                         17: draft & write letters to persuade against
                                         wasting water
                                         18: write commentary on an issue, setting
                                         out & justifying view; use structures &
                                         textual devices from reading
                                         19: construct an argument in note form or
                                         full text to persuade others; present &
                                         evaluate
Odysseus and the Wooden Horse of         1: investigate texts from different cultures,    4: use of punctuation in complex sentences       13: compile dictionary of modern terms
Troy                                     identify features with reference to text         7: investigate use of connectives to link        used, and compare with what might have
                                         (statues & gifts to gods & goddesses)            clauses in sentences, and sentences in text –    been in original telling
                                         2: identify point of view from which story is    Just at that moment …; Sure enough ….
                                         told
                             3: change point of view of incident
                             6: explore challenge & appeal of older
                             literature, discuss differences in language
                             used e.g. soothsayer
                             7: write from another character’s point of
                             view
The Adventures of Odysseus   1: investigate texts from different cultures,   4: use of punctuation in complex sentences   13: compile dictionary of modern terms
                             identify features with reference to text                                                     used, and compare with what might have
                             (belief in magical powers, strange creatures)                                                been in original telling e.g. ‘Holiday time!’
                             3: change point of view of incident                                                          ‘Tough’
                             9: write in the style of author, e.g. new
                             chapter

								
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