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Present continuous Post simple Punctuation review
Tools Working with words: subject verb object adjectives and adverbs Words in context: My tree house
Present perfect: ever / never
Reading: A poem: My tree house (Cross-curricular link)Listening: Listening and ordering objects Writing focus: Rhythm in r (counting syllables and stn Writing outcome: Writing using syllable counts and (Workbook)
Have you ever cleaned a kitchen? I've never made a cake.
Present perfect:for / since
Ben has had woodwork lessons since he was eight. Speaking: Asking and answering He's worked on this wooden table for two weeks. questions about makingthings
Putting on a play Working with words: Silent letters: gh and k Words in context:
Past simple and present perfect
It was great! I've tidied up all the leaves.
Reading: A play script: The Crown Diamond (Cross-curricular link) Listening: Listening and ordering events Speaking: Predicting the ending to a play
Writing focus: Features of a play script Writing outcome: Completanplay script (Workbook)
already / yet / before / just
I've already built the set. I haven't learnt the script yet. I haven't been in a play before. Karen has just finished the costumes.
The Crown Diamond
Household items Working with words: Suffix -ion Words in context:
Comparatives and superlatives
Reading: A story: Lost at the
as ... as ...
It's as colourful as the carnival inRio.
Listening: Predicting and Listening for descriptions Speaking: Asking and answering questions about wearing costumes
Writing focus: Beginnings and endings of stories Writing outcome: Ending a sto (Workbook)
not as ... as ....
It's not as big as the carnival in Rio.
Lost at the carnival
too / enough
It's too dark now. There's not enough light in here.
Extensivereading: non-fiction National Youth Theatre Extensive reading: fiction The Raft
The environment Working with words: Compound nouns Words in context:
Past simple and past continuous: interrupted actions
1 Reading: An
An eco honre (Cross-curricular link)
Listening: Identifying details of a lifestyle Speoking: Asking and answering questions about theenvironment
Writing focus: Making writing more fluent Writing outcome: Writing an information text (Workbook)
Some children were playing when we arrived.
There used to be lots of litter here.
An eco honre
Reuse and recycle
Reading: A magazine article: As Will / won't Now Chip will know how to do everything and he lgood as new (Cross-curricular link) won'tmake mistakes. Listening: Listening and ordering Present continuous with future meaning events Speaking: Asking and answering questions about recycling Writing focus: Making suggestions Writing outcome: Writing u leaflet (Workbook)
Working with words: Prefix reWords in context:
As good as new
We're leaving at two o'clock.
Crazy about wildlife!
At the wildlife park Working with words:Suffixes -er / -or
Words in context:
Reading: An article: Gorilla
Going to: future pLans and intentions My class is going to adopt a tiger. Going to: predictions
It's going to fati.
Kingdom (Cross-curricular link)
Listening: Listening and completing fact files Speaking: Asking and answering questions about animals
Writing focus: Topic sentences and paragraphs Writingoutcome: Writing an article (Workbook)
Extensive reading: non-fiction Trash People Extensive reading: fiction The Elephant's Child
First aid Working with words: Phrasal verbs Words in context:
Reading: An account: A day in Writing focus: Features of a newspaper report Writing outcome: Writing a...