Grammar for Writing (Key Stage 2) Publication date: Sep 2000 DCSF ref: Audience: Headteacher, Subject leader, Teacher Function: Learning objective guidance, Lesson resources, Planning resources, Units, Teaching and learning Format: Pack, Resource sheet Download This publication is available in a ZIP file (4.5 MB). Download publication The Grammar for writing book lays out teaching ideas for each year of Key Stage 2 – objective by objective. The CD-ROM is no longer available to order. Grammar for writing will shortly be delisted and has been replaced with Support for Writing materials which cover Year 1 to Year 6. This publication may be available to order from: This publication is only available for download.
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Teaching Writing without (BUYING) a Writing Curriculum Writing is far more complex than simply putting pencil to paper (or in today’s day, typing at a keyboard). The skills involved in writing include thinking organizing word choice grammar mechanics proofreading editing formatting And for most writers, doing all of those tasks at one time is impossible. Thus we use the writing process. We first think and plan what we will write. Then we begin to dig in with the actual writing. The next step is painfully long — the editing stage. Once you’ve polished and rewritten, you’re in the publishing stage when you share your work with someone or with the entire world. Free Printable Writing Process PostersRead-Write-ThinkNorthwest Regional Educational Librarya text only poster from South Carolina Understanding the writing process is critical to writing success. So help your children to focus on just one part of the writing process at a time.
» Top 10 Phonics Activities in Letters and Sounds Literacy Resources We have been leading a lot of phonics work recently; training, supporting, demonstrating, working alongside and using the lesson study model of support with much more to come this term. One of the ideas that we are very clear about in phonics teaching is that you need a small number of games/activities which you and the children really enjoy. This means that the focus of the session can remain on the phonics skills and knowledge rather than learning to play a game. So here are our top 10 phonics activities not listed in any particular order: •B) Buried treasure p60, 87 and 115 •(B) Countdown p86, 114 and 138 •(S)Phoneme Frames p62, 88 and 116 •(S) Quickwrite p62, 89 and 117 •(B) Match words and pictures p60, 87 and 115 •(BS)Reading and writing captions p66, 67, 95, 97, 122, 124, 142, 149 •(BS)Sentence substitution p86, 114 and 139 •(S) Phoneme frame p62, 88,116 and 171 •(S) Best bet p147 •(B) Best bet p138 The B refers to an activity for blending and the S for segmenting.
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