5年级英语教学大纲

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Autumnterm

Unit 1: Fiction: Story structure andcharacters

     Analyse story structure

     Explore story openings

     Explore how writersdescribe characters

     Compare and contrastcharacters

     Use drama techniques todevelop understanding of characters thoughts andfeelings

     Understand and identifypoint of view

     Write an effective storyopening

     Write a character profile

     Rewrite a scene from adifferent point of view; third person to first person

     Write a story ending

     Revise use of timeconnectives

     Identify past tense andauxiliary verbs

     Explore expressive andfigurative language: similes, metaphors, synonyms

     Know the differencebetween direct and reported speech; how to set out and punctuate dialogue

Unit 2: Fiction /Non-fiction: All kinds ofscripts

     Read different types ofscripts

     Investigate features ofscripts: narrative and non-narrative

     Identify point of view andperspective

     Know the differencebetween direct and reported speech

     Annotate a script tosupport reading aloud with expression and performance, taking account ofgrammar and punctuation

     Develop presentation andperformance skills

     Write own scripts:narrative and non-narrative

     Distinguish between formaland informal language and use appropriately in own writing

     Identify adverbs of mannerand place in scripts and use in own writing

     Understand and usevocabulary related to script conventions

Unit 3: Non-fiction: Investigatinginstructions

     Read different types ofinstructional text

     Understand and identify thevarious purposes and structural and language features of different types ofinstructional text

     Evaluate instructions forclarity and usefulness

     Develop note-making skills

     Write clear instructions,using conventions learned from reading

     Secure knowledge ofimperative verbs and use appropriately in own writing

     Recognise differentsentence types (statement, question, command, exclamation) and their uses

     Identify adverbs ofmanner, place and time and use in own writing

     Identify and understand thefunction of prepositions

Unit 4: Poetry: Elements of style

     Read poems by significantpoets

     Identify distinctivefeatures of a poets work, eg style, themes

     Explain and justifypersonal responses

     Understand and explain howpoets use expressive and figurative language to create images and effects

     Analyse structure ofdifferent verse forms

     Investigate differenttypes of rhyme: full, half, internal

     Write own poem in thestyle of one read

     Understand what is meantby poetic licence and experiment with word-play, grammar and punctuation in ownwriting

     Use a rhyming dictionary

     Develop use of synonyms

     Develop vocabulary throughreading poetry

Unit 5: Non-fiction: Recounts

     Revise features ofnon-fiction texts

     Investigate features ofnon-fiction recount

     Compare information fromtwo or more sources on the same subject

     Compare different types ofnon-fiction recount

     Express personal opinions,supporting them with evidence from text

     Formulate questions forresearch

     Use annotation as a methodof note-making

     Write formal and informalrecounts

     Explore how writers uselanguage for dramatic effect

     Extend knowledge and useof connectives

Springterm

Unit 6: Fiction: Myths, legends and fables

     Investigate the typicalfeatures of myths, legends and fables

     Explore similarities anddifferences in stories

     Compare oral and writtenstorytelling

     Make notes in preparationfor telling a story

     Develop oral storytellingtechniques

     Write own myths, legendsand fables from a plan, using features identified in reading

     Investigate antonyms

     Understand and identifyonomatopoeia

     Distinguish betweendifferent types of noun: common, proper, abstract

     Identify and understandthe function of pronouns

     Investigate metaphoricalexpressions

Unit 7: Non-fiction: Exploring explanations

     Read a variety ofexplanation texts

     Understand the purpose ofexplanation texts

     Identify structural andlanguage features of explanation texts

     Evaluate explanation texts

     Understand the use ofparagraphs to organise and sequence information

     Plan and write anexplanation, using features learned through reading

     Identify and use differentquestion types

     Explore ambiguity insentences

     Experiment with sentenceconstruction: simple, compound and complex

     Use a range of connectingwords and phrases to improve text

     Develop technical andspecialised vocabulary through reading

Unit 8: Poetry: Classic narrative poems

     Read and respond to anarrative poem

     Express and justifyopinions and preferences with reference to text

     Compare different versionsof the same story

     Analyse the structure of anarrative poem

     Explore characters in anarrative poem

     Explore imagery,figurative language and other poetic devices and their effects

     Prepare and give a poetryperformance

     Write an extension to apoem, retaining style of original

     Understand that vocabularychanges over time

     Use dictionaries toinvestigate archaic and unfamiliar words and phrases

     Experiment with word orderin sentences

     Compare dialect andstandard English

Unit 9: Non-fiction: The art of persuasion

     Understand the purpose ofpersuasive texts

     Read and respond todifferent types of persuasive text

     Identify structural andlanguage features of persuasive texts

     Identify persuasivetechniques (eg ambiguity, exaggeration) and evaluate their effectiveness

     Identify point of view,perspective

     Know the differencebetween fact and opinion

     Analyse and evaluategraphic and layout techniques used in persuasive texts

     Write persuasive textsbased on texts read

     Develop knowledge and useof different types of connective (eg time, opposition, cause and effect,addition)

     Revise imperative verbs

     Revise adjectives ofcomparison

Unit 10: Fiction: Traditional stories

     Read a range oftraditional stories

     Understand what is meantby oral tradition

     Compare and contrast oraland written story-telling

     Compare different versionsof the same story

     Understand how storieschange over time and from place to place

     Identify structural andlanguage features of traditional stories

     Explore common charactertypes, themes and plots in traditional stories

     Investigate narrativepoint of view

     Rewrite a traditionalstory from a different point of view

     Organise text intoparagraphs with appropriate use of connectives

     Revise pronouns

Summerterm

Unit 11: Fiction: Other cultures

     Read and explore storiesfrom a variety of different places and times

     Compare characters lives withown

     Identify story setting

     Express personal responseto text, using evidence from text

     Understand how viewpointaffects reader response

     Identify story themes

     Analyse a writers style

     Use drama techniques todevelop ideas for writing

     Understand the purpose andformat of diaries; use conventions and language of diary writing

     Write a new scene for astory

     Write a letter

     Revise use of apostrophesfor possession

     Identify and understandthe function of prepositions

     Investigate words borrowedfrom other languages

     Understand how addingprefixes and suffixes alters meaning and word class

Unit 12: Poetry: Choral and performancepoems

     Read a range of poemsintended for performance

     Explore the differentforms and structures of performance poetry

     Select a poem forperformance, justifying choice

     Prepare, rehearse andperform a poem, using actions, sound effects, music, etc.

     Evaluate and modifyperformance

     Write a poem forperformance based on one read

     Know the function ofpunctuation and use appropriately in own writing

     Revise use of apostrophes

     Know that words can betransformed in different ways by adding prefixes and suffixes

Unit 13: Non-fiction: Researching forreports

     Compare differentinformation texts

     Understand how reports areorganised

     Identify the languagefeatures of reports

     Understand and useeffective research procedure

     Formulate questions forresearch

     Locate information efficiently:skim, scan and read a text closely

     Make effective notes withkey information

     Acknowledge sourcesappropriately

     Turn notes into sentences

     Plan and write a report

     Evaluate and edit own work

     Investigate the grammar ofdifferent sentence types

     Investigate antonyms

     Develop technical,topic-related vocabulary

Unit 14: Fiction: Appreciating olderliterature

     Read examples of classicand older established literature

     Identify language anddescriptive features that place story in a different time

     Respond to a story andjustify response with reference to text

     Use a reading journal torecord personal responses to reading

     Relate aspects of story toown life and experience using empathy and visualisation techniques

     Identify point of view ina story

     Write a diary from pointof view of character in a story

     Write complex sentencesand punctuate correctly

     Use connectives to linkclauses within sentences

     Use dictionaries toexplore the meaning and derivation of words and expressions no longer in commonuse

Unit 15: Non-fiction: Different types ofdictionary

     Identify audience andpurpose for different types of dictionary

     Use different types ofdictionary confidently to check spellings, find out definitions of new andunfamiliar words, explore word origins and investigate common phrases andsayings

     Evaluate usefulness ofdifferent types of dictionary

     Identify organisational,language and layout features of different types of dictionary

     Compile a dictionary withclear definitions written for a specific audience

     Develop vocabulary relatedto dictionary use and organisation

     Explore how differentwords can be formed from the same root word

     Investigate abbreviations