Literacy Time PLUS Ages 9 to 11: Literacy Time PLUS Ages 9 to 11 May 2009

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Years 5 and 6, MAY 2009

The latest issue of LITERACY TIME PLUS on an AFRICA theme includes:

  • Where it all began – A narrative and non-fiction text looking at the same event: how human life began.
  • The White Giraffe by Lauren St John – An enticing extract from this Africa-based story.
  • This is Africa – Find out why Africa lies at the heart of our planet in this information poster.
  • Nelson Mandela – Biographical text exploring the life of Nelson Mandela.
  • Traditional tales – Teresa Saunders retells four ancient fables based in the animal world.
  • Paul Cookson Performance Poetry Workshop Part 3 – In this final episode of our three-part performance poetry workshop, Paul works with a Year 5/6 class to create a hilarious poem about parents.

These are accompanied by the 24-page Teachers’ Notes magazine:

  • Lesson plans and teaching ideas for each poster and reading leaflet.
  • Differentiated photocopiable worksheets including SAT-style assessment tests.
  • New Literacy Objectives – Teaching links to the new Primary Framework for Literacy are all mapped out for you.
  • Free Downloadable Pages – All the photocopiable pages and objectives charts can be downloaded, as well as great extra material such as Author profiles.
  • Scottish and Northern Ireland literacy objectives are featured as online planning charts.
  • Next issue July 2009 (published in July):

    • Resources on a Literacy and ICT theme – Including an audio-visual resource to encourage descriptive and creative story writing
    • Do as you are told – A Paul Cookson poem presented as a comic strip by Beano artist David Parkins
    • The Roar – An extract from this science-fiction adventure novel by Emma Clayton
    • How to tell tales Part 1: Characterisation – The first part of our six-part story writing workshop by Literacy Time PLUS Writer-in-residence, Antony Lishak.

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    Literacy Time PLUS Ages 9 to 11



    Date published

    May 1st, 2009

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    • 24 pages




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