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Literacy Year 6 New Framework Plan: Spr – Weeks 1-3
Narrative: Revision Unit 1
This unit is designed to provide in-depth revision of various narrative forms and techniques in a stimulating way. Chn extend
skills in comprehension and writing. The unit prepares chn for more focussed SATS practice using papers.
Strands 1-4
Strands 5-6
Strands 7-10
Strands 11-12
Week
Speaking/Listening/Drama
Word Level
Text Level
Sentence/Presentation
1. Use the techniques of dialogic talk to
explore ideas, topics & issues.
1. Participate in small group debate and
discussion.
3. Understand & use a variety of ways to
criticise constructively.
6. Use a range of
strategies to spell
unfamiliar words.
1. Participate in whole class debate using
the conventions & lang. of debate.
1. Use the techniques of dialogic talk to
explore topics.
3. Consider examples of conflict &
resolution, explore the lang. used.
4. Improvise using a range of drama
strategies & conventions to explore
themes.
4. Identify dramatic ways of conveying
characters’ ideas and building tension.
6. Use a range of
strategies to edit,
proofread & correct
spelling.
2. (Adapted) Identify and explore the
ways spoken language is used in different
contexts.
6. Use a range of
strategies to edit,
proofread & check
1
2
3
7. Appraise a text quickly deciding on value, quality
or usefulness.
7. Understand underlying themes, causes & points
of view.
7. Understand how writers use diff. structures to
create coherence/impact.
8. Read extensively & discuss personal reading
with others.
9. Set their own challenges extend experience in
writing.
9. (adapted) Select words and language drawing on
knowledge of diary features.
9. Use different narrative techniques to engage
and entertain the reader.
10. Use paragraphs to achieve pace.
10. Use varied structures to shape & organise
text.
7. Understand underlying themes.
7. Explore how word meanings change when used in
diff. contexts.
7. Understand how writers use diff. structures to
create coherence & impact.
8. Compare how writers from diff. times & places
present experience & use lang.
9. Set challenges to extend achievement &
experience in writing.
11. (adapted) Express
distinctions of meaning through
the use of verb tense.
11. Use punctuation to clarify
meaning.
7. Appraise a text quickly deciding on its quality.
7. Understand underlying themes.
9. Use diff. narrative techniques to engage &
11. Use punctuation to clarify
meaning in complex sentences.
11. (adapted) Write in complete
© Original resource copyright Hamilton Trust, 2007 who give permission for it to be adapted as wished by individual users.
11 (adapted). Express subtle
distinctions of meaning using
appropriate sentence
construction for dialogue.
11. Use punctuation to clarify
meaning.
Y6 N Revision Unit1 – Spr – Weeks 1 – 3
Literacy Year 6 New Framework Plan: Spr – Weeks 1-3
Narrative: Revision Unit 1
spelling.
Themes
entertain.
9. Select words & language drawing on their
knowledge of literary features.
9. Set their own challenges to extend achievement
& experience in writing.
10. Use paragraphs to achieve pace and emphasis.
10. Use varied structures to shape & organise text
coherently.
clear sentences.
11. Express subtle distinctions
of meaning by constructing
sentences in varied ways.
12. Use diff. styles of
handwriting for diff. purposes,
personal legible style.
Adverbs, alternative story endings, characterisation, complex sentences, connectives, debate, dialogue, diary entries, direct and indirect
speech, editing own work, evidence from text, handwriting, narrative, oral discussion, paragraphs, play scripts, punctuation, role play,
sentence structure, sequels, sentence types, setting, skim and scan, speaking and listening, story openings, story structure, verb tenses,
writing collaboratively.
© Original resource copyright Hamilton Trust, 2007 who give permission for it to be adapted as wished by individual users.
Y6 N Revision Unit1 – Spr – Weeks 1 – 3
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