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Writing project based around a village

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

  1. 666

    666

    Reposted from Primary forum (sorry if you have already read it)

    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 led 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. 666

    666

    Reposted from Primary forum (sorry if you have already read it)

    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 led 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.
     

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