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Parallel plots - literacy

Discussion in 'Primary' started by anon2145, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. Wondering if anyone could help?
    I'm doing a Primary PGCE in Y6 and am going to be teaching a unit in English based around adventure writing and the concept of parallel plots. The example text provided in the planning is a little dull and I was trying to find something a bit more exciting - does anyone have any ideas? Or - can anyone point me in the direction of a clip that I could show the class as an example of a story with parallel plots so that they could watch it and get some understanding of how it works?

    Thanks
     
  2. Wondering if anyone could help?
    I'm doing a Primary PGCE in Y6 and am going to be teaching a unit in English based around adventure writing and the concept of parallel plots. The example text provided in the planning is a little dull and I was trying to find something a bit more exciting - does anyone have any ideas? Or - can anyone point me in the direction of a clip that I could show the class as an example of a story with parallel plots so that they could watch it and get some understanding of how it works?

    Thanks
     

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