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Uphill Primary School – Mastery Curriculum for English

Year 5/6 – Year A

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

 

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How does the World Rage?

Survival and Protection

Where is our Place in Space

Exploration and Mystery

What did the Greeks do for us?

Legacy and Belief

Text Types

(examples)

Write to Entertain

Narrative with dilemmas

Write to Explain

Write to Inform

Non- Chron Reports

Write to Entertain

Narrative- in imaginary Worlds

Film Narrative

Writing to Persuade

Should Tourists go to Space?

Write to Entertain

Myths and Legends

Write to Discuss

S& L – debate focus

Discussion and Persuasion

Books to support

Floodland

Uphill Floods

Cosmic

War of the Worlds

Space Travel

Pluto

Greek Myths

Odyseuss

Percy Jackson

Spartans v Athenians

Ancient Greece v Today

Text level features

 

*Develop setting, atmosphere and character including dialogue

*Build cohesion within and across paragraphs

* Select appropriate grammar and vocabulary to change or enhance meaning

 

*use advanced organisational and presentational devices

*Identify the audience and purpose before writing and adapt accordingly

*Develop setting, atmosphere and character including dialogue

*Build cohesion within and across paragraphs

* Select appropriate grammar and vocabulary to change or enhance meaning

 

 

*use advanced organisational and presentational devices

*Identify the audience and purpose before writing and adapt accordingly

*Develop setting, atmosphere and character including dialogue

*Build cohesion within and across paragraphs

* Select appropriate grammar and vocabulary to change or enhance meaning

 

Rehearse sentences orally including dialogue building a rich vocabularly

Discuss and record ideas

Use sentence stems..

(discuss, argue, present, analyse, persuade , review)

Identify audience and purpose before writing and adapt accordingly

Sentence level features

* Revise sentence types

*Semi- colons to mark boundaries between clauses

* Hyphens to avoid ambiguity

* Expanded noun phrases to convey complicated information concisely

*Punctuate speech accurately

Use conjunctions ( when, before, after, so because)

Adverbs ( then, soon, next, therefore) and Prepositions ( during in) to express time and cause

*Use of comma to clarify meaning or avoid ambiguity

*Relative clauses beginning with: who, which, that, where, when

*Brackets or dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis

Suggest improvement to grammar and vocabulary

Formal/ informal conventions

Colon to introduce a list

 

Use of modal verbs to indicate possibility

Vary sentence and paragraph length to add and maintain interest

 

Manipulate sentences for effect

Read aloud with appropriate intonation, tone and volume

 

Use colon and dash to add extra information

Word level

Converting nouns or adjectives into verbs

Using suffixes (- ate, -ise, -ify)

Possessive apostrophe in regular and irregular plurals

Develop formal/ informal vocab

Form nouns using prefixes ( anti, super)

Verb prefixes ( dis, de, mis, over, re)

Continue with prefixes

Homophones

Revision and consolidation

Grammar Terminology

Semi colon, hyphen, cohesion, speech marks, clauses

Preposition, adverb, possessive and singular

Clause, parenthesis

Suffix, prefix

Standard English, colon, modal

Revision and Consolidation

Revision and Consolidaton

Uphill Primary School – Mastery Curriculum for English

Year 5/6 – Year B

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

 

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Whose footsteps do we Follow?

Changes over Time

Have we made it better?

Cause and Effect

What lies in the hidden world?

Compare and Contrast

Text Types

(examples)

Write to Entertain

Narrative with historical settings

Write to Explain

Write to Inform

Non- Chron Report

Write to Entertain

Narrative- in imaginary Worlds

Film Narrative

Writing to Persuade

Writing to Inform

Write to Entertain

Tales from older civilisations

Write to Discuss

S& L – debate focus

Discussion and Persuasion

Books to support

Street Child

Private Peaceful

Uphill in Victorian times

Uphill during the Wars

Clockwork

Inventions over time

Tales told in tents

Ali Baba and the forty thieves

Benins

Ancient Baghdad

Mayans

Text level features

 

*Develop setting, atmosphere and character including dialogue

*Build cohesion within and across paragraphs

* Select appropriate grammar and vocabulary to change or enhance meaning

 

*use advanced organisational and presentational devices

*Identify the audience and purpose before writing and adapt accordingly

*Develop setting, atmosphere and character including dialogue

*Build cohesion within and across paragraphs

* Select appropriate grammar and vocabulary to change or enhance meaning

 

 

*use advanced organisational and presentational devices

*Identify the audience and purpose before writing and adapt accordingly

*Develop setting, atmosphere and character including dialogue

*Build cohesion within and across paragraphs

* Select appropriate grammar and vocabulary to change or enhance meaning

 

Rehearse sentences orally including dialogue building a rich vocabularly

Discuss and record ideas

Use sentence stems..

(discuss, argue, present, analyse, persuade , review)

Identify audience and purpose before writing and adapt accordingly

Sentence level features

* Revise sentence types

*Semi- colons to mark boundaries between clauses

* Hyphens to avoid ambiguity

* Expanded noun phrases to convey complicated information concisely

*Punctuate speech accurately

Use conjunctions ( when, before, after, so because)

Adverbs ( then, soon, next, therefore) and Prepositions ( during in) to express time and cause

*Use of comma to clarify meaning or avoid ambiguity

*Relative clauses beginning with: who, which, that, where, when

*Brackets or dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis

Suggest improvement to grammar and vocabulary

Formal/ informal conventions

Colon to introduce a list

 

Use of modal verbs to indicate possibility

Vary sentence and paragraph length to add and maintain interest

 

Manipulate sentences for effect

Read aloud with appropriate intonation, tone and volume

 

Use colon and dash to add extra information

Word level

Converting nouns or adjectives into verbs

Using suffixes (- ate, -ise, -ify)

Possessive apostrophe in regular and irregular plurals

Develop formal/ informal vocab

Form nouns using prefixes ( anti, super)

Verb prefixes ( dis, de, mis, over, re)

Continue with prefixes

Homophones

Revision and consolidation

Grammar Terminology

Semi colon, hyphen, cohesion, speech marks, clauses

Preposition, adverb, possessive and singular

Clause, parenthesis

Suffix, prefix

Standard English, colon, modal

Revision and Consolidation

Revision and Consolidaton

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