Model Writing for Ages 7-12 : Fiction, Non-Fiction and Poetry Texts Modelling Writing Expectations from the National Curriculum book cover
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Model Writing for Ages 7-12
Fiction, Non-Fiction and Poetry Texts Modelling Writing Expectations from the National Curriculum

ISBN 9781138502581
Published November 21, 2017 by Routledge
212 Pages

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Book Description

Are you looking for excellent writing models to support teaching writing, punctuation and grammar from the 2014 National Curriculum? Model Writing for Ages 7-12 is a compilation of short, photocopiable texts including fiction, non-fiction and poetry that provides teachers with writing models for a wide range of genres, writing styles and topics while incorporating the National Curriculum obligations.

With stories ranging from historical accounts of the Vikings and the Blitz to a more sophisticated version of Little Red Riding Hood, and writing genres ranging from persuasive writing texts to newspaper reports, Model Writing for Ages 7-12 provides teachers with an example for every eventuality. The perfect aid for teaching writing, each text is accompanied by a table listing which statutory assessment criteria it includes, as well as a blank table for pupils to collect examples themselves.

This invaluable text is essential for upper Key Stage 2 and lower Key Stage 3 teachers, particularly literacy coordinators and all those who lack confidence with the grammatical concepts in a text.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Fiction Chapter 1: Aiden and the Dragon Chapter 2: Death is Everywhere Chapter 3: Description Chapter 4: Gold, Fire and Death Chapter 5: Red Chapter 6: The Blitz Chapter 7: The Myth of Osiris and Isis Part 2: Chapter 8: Biography of Louis Braille Chapter 9: Autobiography of Louis Braille Chapter 10: Vikings Plunder Unsuspecting Monastery Chapter 11: The Dunkirk Miracle Chapter 12: Letter Home from a Soldier on the Dunkirk Beaches Chapter 13: What is so Incredible about the Life Cycle of a Mayfly? Chapter 14: What do you cook a Fussy, Grumpy Dragon for Dinner? Chapter 15: Should Children Have Been Evacuated in World War 2? Chapter 16: The Argument for Quitting Social Media Chapter 17: How did the Ancient Egyptians Mummify their Dead? Part 3: Poetry Chapter 18: Grammar Poems Chapter 19: Figurative Language Definitions Chapter 20: Sentence Structure Poetry Ideas Chapter 21: Angry Earth Chapter 22: The Earthquake Chapter 23: The Island Chapter 24: If I Were… Chapter 25: I Wish I Were… Chapter 26: Men of Docks Chapter 27: Peace Chapter 28: Winter Diary – Poetry to Prose Chapter 29: Metaphor Poem Chapter 30: Personification Poem Part 4: Grammar Chapter 31: Nouns and Noun Phrases Chapter 32: Pronouns Chapter 33: Determiners Chapter 34: Adjectives Chapter 35: Adverbs Chapter 36: Subject Verb Agreement Chapter 37: Conjunctions Chapter 38: Verbs Chapter 39: Inverted Commas Chapter 40: Semi-colons and Colons Chapter 41: Passive and Active Sentences

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Leysa Henderson is a Specialist Leader in Education for Primary Literacy and Director of Kreative Futures Consulting and Training, UK.