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Fiction texts and units:Traditional tales; Stone Age Boy; The Croods (Visual Literacy); Journey to Jo’Burg; Grim Gruesome: Viking Villain; and Into the Forest.
Non-fiction units:Non-chronological reports; recounts; instructions; and persuasion.
Fiction texts and units: The Awongaleema Tree (Talk for Writing);Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; The Prince of Egypt (Visual Literacy); The Iron Man; Balaclava Boys;and performance poetry.
Non-fiction units:Discussion texts and reports – rainforests; persuasive writing; information texts and journalistic writing – Ancient Egypt; author study – Anne Fine; explanation texts; and recounts – Mersea.
Fiction texts and units:Greek myths and legends including Hercules (Visual Literacy); Kensuke’s Kingdom; Flushed Away (Visual Literacy); poetryincluding The Highwayman; MacBeth; Gunner’s Boy; and stories from other cultures.
Non-fiction units: Explanation texts – sound; journalistic writing; non-chronological reports – Japan; persuasive writing – water; recount; and biographies.
Fiction texts and units:Goodnight Mr. Tom;poetry includingremembrance poetry and Flannan Isle; play scripts – A Christmas Carol; The Snow Queen; Beowulf; and Up (Visual Literacy).
Non-fiction units:Recount – Duxford; biographies and auto-biographies – wartime leaders, Anne Frank and extreme environment survival experts; non-chronological report – rationing; discussion texts and persuasive writing – topical issues; journalistic writing and instructions – extreme environment survival experts, and an author study – Roald Dahl.
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