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Awful Auntie Senses in Narrative

Awful Auntie Senses in Narrative

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Awful Auntie Senses in Narrative

Using Senses in Narratives; Complete Lesson – Awful Auntie

 

This download includes a complete, English lesson on the twenty-sixth chapter of the book Awful Auntie by David Walliams. The lesson focuses on how to include all the senses in a narrative and why it is important to include all senses to create a story.

The lesson uses the events in the chapter as a base. Children will read and discuss the chapter. There is a detailed PowerPoint to ensure children understand how to use senses in their stories. The class will write the start of a chapter together and then the children will use writing frames and cloze sheets to create their chapters. There is also a short chapter summary sheet for children to complete to reflect on the chapter read.

You will need a copy of the book Awful Auntie; everything else needed is included in this download.

 

This download includes:

❤️Full and detailed lesson plan

❤️Complete lesson PowerPoint

❤️Writing prompt sheet

❤️Example anchor chart

❤️Cloze sheet and answers

❤️Chapter review sheets

This is the twenty-sixth chapter in my Awful Auntie series of lessons, the first is here 

 

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