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Primary National Strategy Non-fiction © Crown Copyright 2004 © Crown copyright 2004

Primary National Strategy Non-fiction © Crown Copyright 2004 © Crown copyright 2004

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Non Fiction • To explore how the effective use of ICT can develop children’s

Non Fiction • To explore how the effective use of ICT can develop children’s understanding of nonfiction text types • To explore how ICT can be used to support the development of a non-fiction sequence 3 © Crown copyright 2004

Reading non-fiction texts Identification of • main points of the text • organisation and

Reading non-fiction texts Identification of • main points of the text • organisation and content • key features of the non-fiction text type Creating an ongoing writing tips page 4 © Crown copyright 2004

Instructions Year 3 Term 2 Year 2 Term 1 • begins with a goal

Instructions Year 3 Term 2 Year 2 Term 1 • begins with a goal • materials are listed in order • sequenced steps given to achieve the goal • diagrams / illustrations often included • use of the imperative in chronological order e. g. first, next 5 © Crown copyright 2004

Persuasion Year 4 Term 3 • often opens with a statement • in the

Persuasion Year 4 Term 3 • often opens with a statement • in the present tense • use of logical connectives e. g. this shows, however, because • use of strong, positive language • use of dynamic visual image Year 5 Term 3 6 © Crown copyright 2004

Recount • written in the past tense • in chronological order • focus on

Recount • written in the past tense • in chronological order • focus on individual or group participants • ends with personal comment Year 6 Term 1 7 © Crown copyright 2004

Discussion • How can the use of ICT enable the teacher to develop a

Discussion • How can the use of ICT enable the teacher to develop a sequence taking the children from reading through to writing of non-fiction? • What are the implications for your work supporting teachers in planning non-fiction sequences using ICT? 8 © Crown copyright 2004