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Anyone know what I am on about?? Literacy writing based around a village?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by 666, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. 666


    When I was an NQT a specialist literacy teacher came to help me prepare my class for SATs. She did a unit of work based around a fictional village and it lead to lots and lots of different types of writing. The children really enjoyed it but now, 6 years on, I can't find the planning she gave me.

    Does this ring any bells to anyone? I know there is the chance she might have planned this herself but I was hoping it might be on line somewhere.

    Anyway, I'll keep my fingers crossed.
  2. This does sound familiar - I'll have a look and see if I've got it saved anywhere or bookmarked.
  3. I can't find it, but I think that's because I found it online last Easter when I was stuck in Barcelona due to the volcano! So it's definitely online somewhere!
  4. 666


    Oh gosh - that is even more frustrating!! I have started to write my own but if you come across it I would be very grateful for the link.

    I don't suppose you can remember what you searched for? I have tried writing project - village/town etc... but drawn a blank.
  5. Have you tried the LA site that the Literacy teacher was from? Just a thought![​IMG]
  6. 666


    I will have a look.

  7. If you find it, please share!! Sounds very interesting.
  8. http://community.tes.co.uk/forums/p/22056/5585921.aspx
    One of the ideas on here sounds like a similar idea.
  9. kujayhawk

    kujayhawk New commenter

    I've done a search online and can't find anything. I would be very interested if anyone comes across any planning for this.
  10. I really like that village idea - thank you for finding it.

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