Detailed English plan - Year 5 & 6 - Cinquain poetry - Autumn
As we approach the 10th November, many schools across the country will be focusing on the significance of Remembrance Day and the importance of peace. To show our support and help develop pupils, our detailed English plan based on an engaging World War I text will be available for £1.25 and net proceeds will be donated to the British Legion for Remembrance Day.
This detailed English plan will support teachers in Years 5 and / or 6 deliver an exciting and engaging poetry unit. The plan has been carefully crafted to allow children to meet the heightened demands of the National Curriculum. The plan weaves together the statements from the reading (word reading and comprehension) and writing (transcription, handwriting, composition, VGP and spelling) components of the curriculum, showing how all of these aspects of learning can be addressed through creative learning experiences. The plan is based on an engaging text that allows for exciting opportunities to develop the children’s reading, writing and spoken language.
Core text: Where the Poppies Now Grow: Hilary Robinson and Martin Impey; In Flanders Field: John McRae
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