Skip navigation
New interactive curriculum plans and website

Oak National Academy Logo

Unit Overview: Paragraphing narratives for clarity, using possessive pronouns, using apostrophes accurately, structuring, writing and editing genre-specific narratives

National Curriculum

For next step we recommend the unit: Creative writing: short stories.

Lessons:

7 lessons

Revealing a problem

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of speech and dialogue to think about the problem our character might face. We will get the chance to decide what the problem is in our story and who is going to reveal that problem to our hero.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 46m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Worksheet
  • Transcript

The Quest

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of lists, particularly in subordinate clauses, to add details to our hero's quest. We have got a problem for our hero: now, it is time for our hero to journey towards the final battle.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 32m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Worksheet
  • Transcript

The Ending

In this lesson, we will recap our learning of fused sentences to make sure we do not rush the writing of our endings. All good hero stories deserve a happy ending so we will also look at how to make sure it is plausible and appropriate for the problem in our story.

  • 2 Quizzes
  • 43m Video
  • Presentation(PPT)
  • Worksheet
  • Transcript