1to identify andclassify the features of myths, legends and
fables, e.g.the moral in a fable, fantastical beasts in legends;
2to investigatedifferent versions of the same story in print or on film,identifying similarities and differences; recognise howstories
change overtime and differences of culture and place that are expressed instories;
3to exploresimilarities and differences between oral and written storytelling;
17to locate informationconfidently and efficiently through
(i) usingcontents, indexes, sections, headings (ii) skimming to gain overallsense of text (iii) scanning to locate specific information (iv)close reading to aid understanding (v) textmarking (vi) using CDROMand other IT sources, where
8to revise and extendwork on verbs (see Y4 objectives),
tenses: past,present, future; investigating how different
tenses areformed by using auxiliary verbs e.g. have, was,
forms: active,interrogative, imperative;
person: 1st, 2nd,3rd. Identify and classify examples from
reading;experiment with transforming tense/form/person in
these examples. discuss changes that need to be made and
8to identify wordroots, derivations and spelling patterns, e.g.
sign,signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit,permit,
permission, in order toextend vocabulary and provide support for
To identify the keyfeatures of myths/legends and fables.
To understand thefeelings of characters and explain these.
To order a storycorrectly.