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Questioning, C12 Analyses texts to compare how language Visualising for structures and features are summarising use thinking partners used to position readers and viewers. V11 Applies knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to Summarising understand the meanings of Predicting new words and to create new Making words.

Connections V12 Draws on knowledge of use thinking partners word origins to work out when appropriate meaning of new words. C12 Interprets and critically analyses texts by responding to inferred meaning within a text and justifying interpretations using evidence.

C12 Analyses texts to compare how language structures and features are used to position readers and viewers. V11 Demonstrates understanding of new words for new concepts. V11 Applies knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to understand the meanings of new words and to create new words. V12 Draws on knowledge of word origins to work out meaning of new words. Focus on spelling and meanings of unknown words. Demonstrate how to work out the meaning of a difficult word eg fascinated, parchment p31, brow, indrawn p32, surrendered p35, bewitched p36, discarded, senseless p37, scarlet, quiver, rueful p38, saviour, muzzle p Interactive writing: teacher creates a graphic organiser the main events of the first four chapters.

Students work in thinking partners to suggest sentences for the teacher to scribe. R12 Reads increasingly longer novels and subject texts using a range of effective word identification strategies to maintain meaning.

R12 Monitors reading for accuracy and meaning by selecting and using appropriate higher order word identification skills such as knowledge of word origins and analogy. Cluster markers R11 Uses text navigation skills such as skimming and scanning to efficiently locate specific information in literary, factual and electronic texts. R11 Reads for sustained periods minutes and sustains understanding in longer texts over time, e.

Choose a character to create a character web including: Gender Age Physical characteristics Temperament Guided writing: Students sketch their image of a character and list their descriptive words from their group character web. Students add descriptive words to the sentence to create a vivid image review vocab from chapter 2.

Students add descriptive words to the sentence to create a vivid image review vocab from chapter 3.

Use a graphic organiser to sequence the main events. Guided writing: In small groups, students choose a character to make a character web to display and refer to during the rest of the book. Demonstrate monitoring and understanding by rereading to clarify meaning. Students discuss the questions they have generated. Teacher lists students difficult words to chunk for spelling. Students make connections with similar books they have read.

Teacher gives the students five words from the next chapter. Students predict the plot from these five words. C11 Re-examines sections of texts for evidence to support interpretations and opinions.

C11 Evaluates a personal interpretation of a text by critically re-examining evidence within the text. C12 Interprets and critically analyses texts by responding to inferred meaning within a Monitoring and text and justifying Clarifying, interpretations using evidence.

Questioning, C12 Analyses texts to compare how language Visualising for structures and features are summarising use thinking partners used to position readers and viewers. V11 Applies knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to Summarising understand the meanings of Predicting new words and to create new Making words. Connections V12 Draws on knowledge of use thinking partners word origins to work out when appropriate meaning of new words. C12 Interprets and critically analyses texts by responding to inferred meaning within a text and justifying interpretations using evidence.

C12 Analyses texts to compare how language structures and features are used to position readers and viewers. V11 Demonstrates understanding of new words for new concepts. V11 Applies knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to understand the meanings of new words and to create new words.

V12 Draws on knowledge of word origins to work out meaning of new words. Focus on spelling and meanings of unknown words. Demonstrate how to work out the meaning of a difficult word eg fascinated, parchment p31, brow, indrawn p32, surrendered p35, bewitched p36, discarded, senseless p37, scarlet, quiver, rueful p38, saviour, muzzle p Interactive writing: teacher creates a graphic organiser the main events of the first four chapters.

Students work in thinking partners to suggest sentences for the teacher to scribe. Students can list difficult words during reading.

Demonstrate monitoring and understanding by using think alouds- Id better re-read it. I wonder what this word means. Id better reread 2 the sentence. Students use summarising strategy: Students predict the plot to occur in the next chapter after discussion with their thinking partners - making inferences.

Students make connections to themselves by choosing a character and discussing their own reactions to the events: C11 Analyses and evaluates the ways that inference is used in a text to build understanding. C11 Re-examines sections of texts for evidence to support interpretations and opinions. C11 Evaluates a personal interpretation of a text by critically re-examining evidence within the text. C12 Interprets and critically analyses texts by responding to inferred meaning within a Monitoring and text and justifying Clarifying, interpretations using evidence.

Questioning, C12 Analyses texts to Summarising use thinking partners compare how language structures and features are when appropriate used to position readers and viewers. V11 Demonstrates understanding of new words for new concepts. Summarising V11 Applies knowledge of Predicting prefixes and suffixes to understand the meanings of Making new words and to create new Connections use thinking partners words. V12 Draws on knowledge of when appropriate word origins to work out meaning of new words.

C12 Interprets and critically analyses texts by responding to inferred meaning within a text and justifying interpretations using evidence. C12 Analyses texts to compare how language structures and features are used to position readers and viewers. V11 Applies knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to understand the meanings of new words and to create new words.

V12 Draws on knowledge of word origins to work out meaning of new words. Review previous chapter using Blooms Cards- students form groups to discuss their allocated cards knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and report back to the class. Focus on spelling and meanings of unknown words. Demonstrate how to work out the meaning of a difficult word e. Students can list their difficult words. Demonstrate monitoring and understanding strategy rereading to clarify meaning.

Reading the Students use summarising strategy VIPs during reading teacher Text stops reading intermittently for students to make notes recorded in writing journals short notes only. Teacher stops intermittently for students to visualise chosen phrases such as, flames licking the staircase p11, the blossom of the orchard sweetened the air p Students retell the chapter by referring to their VIP notes Students predict the plot to occur in the next chapter after discussion with their thinking partners.

Teacher lists students difficult words to chunk for spelling. Review previous chapter using Blooms Cards- students form groups to discuss their allocated cards knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and report back to the class OR Blooms Taxonomy Debonos 6 Thinking Hats Focus: Hats Focus on spelling and meanings of unknown words. Demonstrate how to use thinking partners when appropriate work out the meaning of a difficult word eg befitted, scuttled p 22, exasperation p23, appealed, weakling p24, astray, unshed p Demonstrate monitoring and understanding by rereading to clarify meaning.

Students discuss the questions they have generated. Students make connections with similar books they have read. Teacher gives the students five words from the next chapter. Students predict the plot from these five words.

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Questioning, C12 Analyses texts to compare how language Visualising for structures and features are summarising use thinking partners used to position readers and viewers. V11 Applies knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to Summarising understand the meanings of Predicting new words and to create new Making words.

Connections V12 Draws on knowledge of use thinking partners word origins to work out when appropriate meaning of new words. Review previous chapter using Blooms Cards- students form groups to discuss their allocated cards knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and report back to the class OR Debonos 6 Thinking Hats Focus: Demonstrate how to work out the meaning of a difficult word eg fascinated, parchment p31, brow, indrawn p32, surrendered p35, bewitched p36, discarded, senseless p37, scarlet, quiver, rueful p38, saviour, muzzle p Students can list their difficult words 2 Demonstrate monitoring and understanding by rereading to clarify Reading the meaning.

Interactive writing: Students work in thinking partners to suggest sentences for the teacher to scribe. R11 Monitors reading for accuracy and meaning and adjusts reading when difficulties are encountered, e. R12 Reads increasingly longer novels and subject texts using a range of effective word identification strategies to maintain meaning.

R12 Monitors reading for accuracy and meaning by selecting and using appropriate higher order word identification skills such as knowledge of word origins and analogy. Cluster markers R11 Uses text navigation skills such as skimming and scanning to efficiently locate specific information in literary, factual and electronic texts.

R11 Reads for sustained periods minutes and sustains understanding in longer texts over time, e. Name the characters and join them describing their connections using a graphic organiser List Rowans character traits and illustrate your visualisation of him List Alluns character traits and illustrate your visualisation of him. Illustrate your interpretation of the Town Square Describe and sketch a bukshah List the preparations they will need to make before leaving from their journey Make a graphic organiser to show the sequence of events.

Visualising Enlarge the map of the village of Rin to discuss Read descriptive paragraphs that portray each character. Choose a character to create a character web including: Gender Age Physical characteristics Temperament Guided writing: Students sketch their image of a character and list their descriptive words from their group character web.

Visualising Students confer with their thinking partners to create a sentence about a character for the teacher to scribe. Students add descriptive words to the sentence to create a vivid image review vocab from chapter 2.

Visualising Students confer with their thinking partners to create a complex sentence about another character for the teacher to scribe. Students add descriptive words to the sentence to create a vivid image review vocab from chapter 3.

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Guided writing: Summarising Review vocab from chapter 4. Use a graphic organiser to sequence the main events. In small groups, students choose a character to make a character web to display and refer to during the rest of the book. They are given a paragraph from the text describing their character.

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Students write a short summary of the story so far. These can be displayed with their character sketches. Writes coherent, structured texts for a range of purposes and contexts. Deliberately structures language in a way that creates more cohesive imaginative, informative and persuasive texts.

Shows awareness of accurately acknowledging sources in relevant texts. Refines writing in response to feedback. Selects appropriate language for purpose, eg.

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Uses topic sentences and appropriately organises main and subordinate ideas. Experiments with using complex punctuation to engage the reader and achieve purpose. Applies knowledge of generalisations, meanings of base words and word parts prefixes and suffixes to spell new words. Writes fluently with appropriate size, slope and spacing. Plans and designs more complex multi modal texts.

Writes sustained texts for a wide range of purposes. Makes choices about the type and form of texts, including combinations of forms and types, to suit purpose and audience. Creates well planned, extended texts that include more complex and detailed subject matter and language features such as nominalisation. Selects some sophisticated and subtle language features, literary devices e.

Makes sentence level choices e.

Integrates a range of spelling strategies and conventions to accurately spell most words, including words of many syllables. Uses visuals to extend or clarify meaning, selects from a range of media and experiments creatively with the production of multimodal texts for audience impact. Water flowed rapidly through Rin. The cookhouse had a lot of cheese in it.

Rowan had the job of herding the cows. Shebas rhyme made sense to everyone. Jiller made a fuss of Rowans cut. Sara wanted Allum to go up the mountain.No speech tags in paragraph. The group rescue him in the end. Did the author lead us to believe it would be Allun? Students discuss the questions they have generated.

Perlain Plays his part at sea by helping the group get to shore. V12 Draws on knowledge of word origins to work out meaning of new words. Zeel is one of three Forerunners of the Travelers, and own a white kite of silk.

Id better reread 2 the sentence. Demonstrate how to work out the meaning of a difficult word eg compelling, ail, crooned, quenched, singed, dislodge, flailing, furnace, feeble, retraced, stolidly, parched.

Sheba stands up and realises she must go about her work, and makes her way to the hills to collect slip-daisy roots.

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