Lesson Details

  • Name: T2 English W5 - Sentences
  • Code: PR.1.1.Y1E2.5
  • Specification Reference: N/A
  • Keywords: English
  • Objectives: Sometimes use simple words / phrases rather than sentences or uses very simple sentence structures in writing to convey meaning – often repetitive – beginning with “I” or the character’s name Use mostly simple words, with frequent repetition Invent own compositions, which may need mediating Can recall letters of the alphabet and related common phonemes and can form commonly used lower case letters in the correct direction, starting and finishing in the right place Spell words with simple phoneme/grapheme correspondence e.g. cat, dog, red, write some words using common digraphs and trigraphs correctly (e.g. b-oa-t, sh-ee-p; l-igh-t) and make phonetically plausible attempts at writing longer words Attempt simple, familiar forms (e.g. recounts, simple stories for a range of purposes) Compose a sentence orally before writing Some events/ideas in appropriate order and use once upon a time, one day, the end) Choose some appropriate vocabulary relevant to subject matter Use familiar adjectives to add detail (e.g. red apple, bad wolf) Begin to use “and” to create extended sentences, join clauses and expand detail Another person is able to read writing with some mediation Use appropriate vocabulary to add detail in both fiction and non-fiction (e.g. quickly running, the very hot kettle) Can sequence sentences to form narratives More consistent use of writing capital letters for names and the personal pronoun “I” Use mostly grammatically accurate clauses
  • Competency: N/A
  • Proficiency: N/A
  • Mastery: N/A

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