Lesson 1In this lesson, we will explore vocabulary in the third verse of the poem and use it to help us think about what happens next in the story. We will practise using some of this vocabulary in oral and written sentences.
Lesson 3In this lesson we will explore how to use apostrophes for plural possession, investigate how and why we can use apostrophes for contraction and there will be plenty of games and sentence writing opportunities.
Lesson 4In this lesson, we will re-read verse 3 of The Highwayman and explore ways to generate plenty of vocabulary to use when we write the build-up as a narrative.
Lesson 5In this lesson, we will introduce new vocabulary, identify word pairs and synonyms and apply the vocabulary in sentences.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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