Nelson Thornes Framework English, Volume 1
This teacher's guide is part of a Key Stage 3 English scheme that reflects National Literacy Strategy priorities by spanning both non-fiction and fiction text-types in twin student books. It offers suggestions for delivery of activities including speaking and listening, plus homework and answers covering all 36 sections. It provides detailed notes containing the National Literacy Strategy objectives and strategies for delivery in the classroom incorporating teacher directed, group and individual work, placing emphasis on the development of extended writing. It outlines the learning objectives and assessment criteria.
Framework Correlation Grids 9
active reading approaches adopt active reading African wild dog Answers that suggest Anthology Copymaster ask the pupils auxiliary verb box to model character choices can enhance contextual meaning eg visualising empathising and relating Exercise The pupils flipchart guided or independently helpfully sequenced homophones including their exact infer and deduce information box Key Stage LEVEL Spelling Pupils LEVEL WORK Vocabulary LEVEL WORK Writing Listening 7 answer meaning 6 adopt meaning of unfamiliar meanings using evidence Mount Etna National Literacy Strategy non-fiction Notes TEXT LEVEL onomatopoeia organised pairs or individually paragraph Plenary Discuss Plenary Go Pliny the Elder pupil book Pupils should revise quartiles reader recognise how writers Speaking and listening Spelling Starting activity spellings of key Starting activity Begin stylistic conventions subject Spelling strategies subordinate clauses Teaching Notes TEXT text to investigate thesaurus with speed unfamiliar words verb werewolves word classes WORD LEVEL Spelling writing assignment Writing Starting activity