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<ul><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 Term Fiction Non-Fiction: </p><p>Cross-curricular links Poetry </p><p>Autumn Stories in familiar settings/ Stories by the same author </p><p> The BFG Roald Dahl </p><p> Matilda Roald Dahl Children listen to the BFG as a class novel and undertake work on creating an interesting character and plot and how a good choice of language can impact greatly on the story. Grammar focuses include: similes, metaphors and synonyms to describe a character will also be looked at, as will dictionary and thesaurus work. An introduction to fronted adverbials will be made as will standard form of noun verb agreement was/were did/done. PSHCE links will be made regarding differences and treatment to others. Reading 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2b retrieve and record information/identify key details from fiction 2c- summarise ideas from more than one paragraph 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2e predict what might happen from details stated and or implied </p><p>Non-fiction 2: Chronological reports Children explore chronological reports through reading and discussing the inspirational true life texts: Henry's Freedom Box and Who Was Rosa Parks? They create story maps, write letters and newspaper reports; and explore dialogue through drama. Grammar focuses include: past tense; present perfect form and using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time and cause. The unit ends with investigation and games exploring prefixes Reading 2f - identify/explain how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases Newspaper reports </p><p> A Boy called Christmas Matt Haig Using cues from the story, children will write their own newspaper reports to describe events in the story. Identifying features of a newspaper and choice of vocabulary to attract the readers attention will also be looked at. </p><p>Image poems </p><p> Window - J Baker Grammar includes: Choose nouns appropriately. Use adverbs appropriately. Use fronted adverbials appropriately, including commas. Learn the grammar in Eng Appendix 2 of the NC. Reading 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2f - identify/explain how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases </p></li><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 Myths and Legends Greek Myths </p><p> Theseus and Minotaur </p><p> Pandoras box Children will spend 4 weeks looking at traditional myths and legends before creating their own hero, mythical beast and setting and writing their own myth. Grammar focuses include: vocabulary choices, plural and possessive s, prepositional phrases, and expanding noun phrases through the use of adjectives, nouns and adverbs. Speaking and listening through questioning and sharing of ideas. Children will use ICT skills to research different Greek Gods and write about them. Reading: 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2b retrieve and record information/identify key details from fiction and non-fiction. 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2e predict what might happen from details stated and or implied Stories with humour </p><p> A Boy called Christmas Matt Haig This text leads children on an adventure through Finland that results in Father Christmas. Children will learn about </p></li><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 empathy, differences and how choice of vocabulary makes a difference. Grammar focuses include: descriptions of settings and characters, enhancing sentences by using different starters and joining longer sentences with conjunctions. Using subordinate clauses and fronted adverbials to alter sentence structure will also be looked at. Reading: 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2e predict what might happen from details stated and or implied 2f - identify/explain how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases </p><p>Spring Stories in familiar settings </p><p> Street Child by Bernie Doherty Children will listen to the story as a class novel but work will be undertaken to look at character development and characteristics. Grammar focuses include: work on vocabulary choice, empathy, grammar used, drama and hot seating. Style of written and spoken words will be studied and discussed. </p><p>Non-chronological reports, Information texts </p><p> Fair Trade Geography link </p><p> Dia de Muertos Literacy Shed Using knowledge from the class Food Glorious Food geography topic on deforestation and food production, the children will learn about Fair Trade. They will then create a non-chronological report. Focus on features. </p><p>Poetic forms List poems and kennings </p><p> Haiku </p><p> Tanka </p><p> Chinquapin </p><p> Kenning Children will learn the different types of poems that not all poems need to rhyme and </p></li><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 Reading: 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2e predict what might happen from details stated and or implied 2f - identify/explain how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases Stories from other cultures </p><p> Dia de Muertos Literacy Shed In the film below we see a young girl decorating the grave of her mother. It is quite a sad scene in contrast to the party scene in the nearby village. After a few moments a delicate blue flower grows from the grave. As the girl tries to pluck it from the ground it wraps around her wrist and pulls her down into an underground world. Here the girl meets a band of Mariachi Skeletons and a skeleton lady who takes her on a fun adventure, dancing and partying across the underworld. Children will look at cultural differences, traditions and changes in moods between </p><p>Children will also use the skill learnt to write a non-chronological report about Dia de Muertos and compare it to Halloween traditions in the UK. Information texts, Newspaper reports </p><p> Street Child by Berlie Doherty </p><p> Dia de Muertos Literacy Shed Children will use the book as a basis on which to write newspaper report about conditions in the workhouses Reading: 2b retrieve and record information/identify key details from fiction/non-fiction 2c summarise main ideas from more than one paragraph. 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases </p><p>the structure of them. They will then work together to write their own. Reading: 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases Narrative poems </p><p> Willow Pattern </p><p> Wolfs Wife Speaks </p><p> You Wait Till Im Older Than You Maggie &amp; the Dinosaur </p><p>Grammar includes: Using adverbs and prepositions to express cause. Using fronted adverbials. Learning the grammar for Y4 from English Appendix 2. Reading: 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2f - identify/explain how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases </p></li><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 scenes. They will retell the story but will make their own subtle changes. Grammar focuses include: writing at length, use of commas to demarcate sentences correctly, writing in the correct tense and using speech marks in the correct place. </p><p>Summer Stories with humour </p><p> Bills new frock Anne Fine A variety of work will be undertaken as children demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of the book involving them identify with characters own feelings and motives. Grammar focuses include: writing using direct speech, writing with grammatical accuracy, using a range of verbs, adjectives and adverbs for effect and increasing the range of sentence structures. Fantasy stories/Imaginative stories </p><p> The Butterfly Lion Michael Morpurgo </p><p>Grammar focuses include: using and punctuating direct speech. Understanding that writing can be third or first person. Using adverbs and adverbials. Reading: 2a give/explain meaning of words in context 2b retrieve and record information/identify key details from fiction and non-fiction. </p><p>Stories from other cultures </p><p> Zahra - Literacy Shed Zahra spends all day collecting water in order to help her tree grow so she can get some shade. She travels back and forth to the water pump but to no avail. The tree won't grow. It is not until a bead of sweat falls on the roots that the tree springs forth and grows protectively in order to protect her from the sun. Lots of discussion points about the little girl. How we know she is in a different country, clothes, houses etc. Writing 'A day in the life...' from the little girls point of view. Write a narrative based in the girl's village. Write a persuasive letter to the Mr Joyce to ask about helping people in Africa receive help by the school fundraising for Send a Cows The Big Picnic (June). PSHCE links about lack of water in Africa, why children have to walk along way to collect it </p><p>Nonsense poems </p><p> Edward Lears Book of Nonsense, </p><p> The Pobble With No Toes Grammar focuses include: Revising grammar terminology from Year 2 and using and understanding the grammatical terminology for Year 4 in English Appendix 2. Identifying and using fronted adverbials. Revising the grammatical categories nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. </p></li><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 2c- summarise ideas from more than one paragraph 2d make inference from the text/explain and justify inference with evidence from the text 2e predict what might happen from details stated and or implied 2f - identify/explain how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole 2g identify/explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of words or phrases </p></li><li><p>Hunwick Primary School Literacy MTP </p><p>Class 4 </p></li></ul>