Develop understanding of how non-chronological reports are structured using the resources provided which can be used instantly by pupils. These resources can be used to support teaching and learning during an English unit focusing on non-chronological reports and to share the features needed for this style of writing.
The poster can be used to teach how these text types are structured and the grammar, vocabulary and punctuation typically used. They can be used to identify the features in model texts that are shared.
A planning sheet is included to support pupils when noting and organising their ideas before writing. Space to add subheadings is included. These could be added by an adult before photocopying or pupils could choose and add their own subheadings if appropriate.
What is included in this KS1 writing resource?
- non-chronological report poster
- non-chronological report planning sheets
National Curriculum programme of study links
Year 1 writing - composition
Pupils should be taught to write sentences by:
- saying out loud what they are going to write about
Year 2 writing - composition
Pupils should be taught to consider what they are going to write be fore they begin by:
- planning or saying out loud what they are going to write about
- writing down ideas and / or key words, including new vocabulary