Am suffering from lesson writers block at the moment. All i was told was a 30 mins (and it is stressed strongly that is the max) teaching literacy to a year 6 class. after ringing to find out how many and levels was told that most level 4 and a couple level 3 and 5. i have lots of lessons could do but with time limit and being interview lesson rather than a proper lesson my brain has gone into meltdown. opinion on this please - i have a grid of simple, compound and complex sentences based on goldilocks and 3 bears giving information on who really ate the porridge (not the story written out) e.g golilocks has a brother, brownmop and baby bear meet up every day after school to play and eat porridge. its their secret, baby bear is very naughty etc... was wondering if to do an activity based on sorting the sentences (pre cut out) into simple, compound, complex piles and or base it on inference/deduction skills with having to back up their opinion with evidence from the text with them deciding who actually ate the porridge.