In English, hieroglyph as a noun is recorded fromoriginally short for nominalised hieroglyphic s, with a plural hieroglyphicsfrom adjectival use hieroglyphic character. For example, symbols on Gerzean pottery from c. By the Greco-Roman period, there are more than 5, Late Egyptian language As writing developed and became more widespread among the Egyptian people, simplified glyph forms developed, resulting in the hieratic priestly and demotic popular scripts.
Objectives 5 and 6 5. This week we are learning how poets create strong pictures with words. We will also be looking for clues in poems which suggest that they were written many years ago.
Breakdown of Learning Intention: Objectives 7 and 11 7. This week we are learning to spot how the poet creates memorable sounds and to write our own poems using similar structures to the poems we've read. Play word games e. Can be downloaded from the DFES site: Objectives 15, 16, 17 and 18 15 To appraise a non-fiction book for its contents and usefulness by scanning, e.
To be able to identify what information is already known about the topic. To be able to identify what information they need to know prior to reading a text. To be able to use a contents page to find out if the information is in a text and where it is. To be able to scan a page of text to find the key words relating to the subject being researched.
To be able to use the subheadings to help locate what part of a text needs to be read. To be able to summarise key information points of a non-fiction text after scanning text.
To be able to annotate key words and phrases in a non-fiction text relating to the information needed. How will we know that the children have learnt it? They can use a non-fiction text at the appropriate level to effectively locate the information.
They are able to decide whether the non-fiction book has provided the information needed. Working towards the learning intention: They can use a simple non-fiction text to find the information needed. Beyond the learning intention: They can effectively locate information in more challenging texts.
They can evaluate how useful a range of texts have been to provide information needed. See module 6 of the NLS lunchbox for ideas. Objectives 21, 22 and 23 21 To make short notes, e. This week we are learning to make notes from reading non-fiction books and turning these notes into prose.
When turning the information into prose the teacher needs to select an appropriate form. To be able to highlight key words and phrases in a text.
To be able to write written notes from texts, i. To be able to read a text and write notes to summarise the key points. To be able to write notes in a variety of forms that will make sense when referred to later. To be able to turn notes into connected prose without referring to the original text.
To be able to write prose in own words. To be able to gather information from several sources. To be able to record information found in different ways. They can make notes in a variety of forms. They can make notes from more than one source. They can turn the words or phrases into sentences that are written in their own words.Resource Three writing frames to assist pupils in planning their writing.
The Matilda and Oliver frames could easily be adapted and edited to compare two other books. There are two sheets for the computer games writing to allow for different abilities. Explore the short film and, through teacher scribing, shared composition and guided writing, develop awareness of the language features of an explanation text .
Definition. Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence. The Articles — a, an, and the — are adjectives.. the tall professor ; the lugubrious lieutenant ; a solid commitment ; a month's pay ; a six-year-old child ; the unhappiest, richest man.
If a group of words containing a subject and verb acts as an adjective, it is called an Adjective Clause. The project was launched by Pie and Julia in July with a Lewisham -‘Talk for Writing across the Curriculum’ Year 5/6 Conference. After this conference, a working party was Year 5 - Explanation Texts: ‘Monsters from the City’, ‘Monsters from Space/Sea/Country’ by Richard Parsons How to teach non-fiction wiritng.
The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world and the Purdue University Writing Lab helps writers on Purdue's campus. Producing Texts (WS) Grammar and Punctuation (WS) Uses knowledge of sentence structure, grammar and punctuation to edit own writing.
Spelling (WS) Spells most common words accurately and uses a range of strategies to spell unfamiliar words. sentence structure and punctuation appropriate for an explanation; apply knowledge of.