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English

Year 6

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Year 6 SATs Revision: English (Part 1)


This topic will identify and answer questions taken from comprehension papers. We will spend time examining different types of comprehension questions and how we approach them to find the answers. We will identify the difference between inference and deduction and what that will mean when answering questions. This topic will also provide practise at locating answers in both fiction and non-fiction texts, and what an exemplar answer should look like.

These lessons are suitable for England and Wales.

Inference and deduction skills

To identify questions which require inference and deduction skills and to answer questions which require inference and deduction skills

Comprehension question types

To analyse, understand and answer questions based on reading and to analyse, understand and answer questions based on grammar and punctuation

To interpret questions and locate relevant information

To interpret questions and locate the relevant information using non-fiction questions and to interpret questions and locate the relevant information using fiction questions

To interpret questions and locate relevant information

To interpret questions and locate relevant information in a non-fiction text

To interpret questions and locate relevant information

To understand the needs of a question and find information in an information based text and to understand the needs of a question and find information in a fiction based text

To interpret questions and locate relevant information

To understand the needs of a question and find information in a fiction based text.

Year 6 SATs Revision: English (Part 2)


This topic will identify and answer questions taken from SATs Spelling and Grammar (SPaG) questions. During the first lesson, we will cover the basics of sentence structure and word purpose. Following on from this, the other lessons will aim to replicate how skills are assessed in a SPaG paper. During each lesson, we will take example questions across a variety of different areas including; noun phrases, punctuation, using the apostrophe for contraction and possession, clauses, plurals, tenses, connectives, synonyms and antonyms, statements and commands, active and passive voice and word meaning. The aim will be to ensure that we understand what each type of question is asking, and how to answer them.

These lessons are suitable for England and Wales.

To identify the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs and how to use them correctly

To define and identify examples of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, to write sentences including nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs and to understand and answer SATs questions based on word types.

To analyse SATS style questions based on spelling, grammar and punctuation

To understand and answer word level questions and to understand and answer punctuation questions.

To analyse SATS style questions based on spelling, grammar and punctuation

To understand and answer word level questions and to understand and answer punctuation questions.

To analyse SATS style questions based on spelling, grammar and punctuation

To understand and answer word level questions and to understand and answer punctuation questions

To analyse SATS style questions based on spelling, grammar and punctuation

To understand and answer word level questions and to understand and answer punctuation questions.

To analyse SATS style questions based on spelling

To understand and answer word level questions and to understand and answer punctuation questions.

Year 6 SATs Revision: English (Part 3)


This topic will examine specific area of English language in depth. We will begin by identifying adverbs and adverbial phrases, followed by pronouns and noun phrases. In both lessons, we will consider ways in which they can be used to improve writing. We will explore the different uses of apostrophes and practise using them correctly for contraction, omission and possession. Applying prefixes and suffixes will provide the opportunity to identify root words and will also assist in learning spelling rules and patterns. We will complete this topic by looking at synonyms and antonyms, using them to improve writing, and also show how they can be used to change the mood of a piece of writing.

These lessons are suitable for England and Wales.

Adverbs and adverbial phrases

To identify adverbs and use them independently in sentences and to identify and compose adverbial phrases.

Pronouns and noun phrases

To identify pronouns and how to use them correctly in sentences, to identify a noun phrase within a sentence and to examine how noun phrases can improve your writing.

Using apostrophes for contraction and possession

To define the terms contraction, omission and possession, to recognise and apply the correct use of apostrophes of contraction (omission) and to recognise and apply the correct uses of apostrophes of possession.

Applying the spelling rules for prefixes.

To recognise where a prefix is placed in a word, to explain what different prefixes do to the meaning of the original words and to apply prefixes in your own writing.

Applying a suffix to a root word

To identify and spell root words and to identify and spell words with a variety of suffixes.

Determining synonyms and antonyms.

To define and give examples of synonyms, to define and give examples of antonyms and to improve writing by using synonyms and antonyms.

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