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Lesson 4

COMPOUND WORDS

KS1: Pupils will understand the definition of a compound word. They will crack the code of compound word jokes to write and perform their work.

KS2: “Punchline” is a compound word. Pupils will understand the definition of a compound word, be able to give examples and explain their meaning. They will write and perform jokes using compound words.

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KEY STAGE 1
ENGLISH CURRICULUM
SCOTTISH CURRICULUM
WELSH CURRICULUM
KEY STAGE 2
ENGLISH CURRICULUM
SCOTTISH CURRICULUM
WELSH CURRICULUM
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Lesson 6
STAND-UP PERFORMANCES
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"I have some disengaged learners, with behaviour problems who become totally engrossed in Beano . Unprompted, one boy started creating his own regular comic – an amazing, creative storyline with fantastic vocabulary."
Mrs R., Class 3 teacher, Bradford
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