Year 5 / Year 6 English Teaching Resources: Matilda by Roald Dahl - 221 slide PowerPoint teaching resource with 37 worksheets
Matilda is a Year 5 / Year 6 English teaching resource featuring a series of engaging lessons designed to enhance and develop pupil knowledge and understanding of the novel Matilda by Roald Dahl. Year 5 / Year 6 English Teaching Resources: Matilda by Roald Dahl includes a wide range of activities and lessons for children of all abilities, focusing on objectives for upper KS2 English.
- Predicting what might happen from details stated and implied
- Empathetic writing as different characters
- Exploring characterisation
- Roald Dahl’s use of vocabulary
- Exploring key themes - loneliness, being different, triumph of good over evil.
- Discussion of events, characters and themes - using decision alley, role play and drama techniques
- Opportunities for a range of writing: report writing; descriptive writing; diary writing; instructions; recounts; persuasive writing; writing in role.
- Specific teaching of grammar and punctuation in line with the English NC: reading comprehension skills: scanning, skinning and close reading; vocabulary development; use of prepositions; expanded noun phrases; dialogue punctuation; use of apostrophe; suffixes; verb tenses including present perfect; sentence types: statement, command, exclamation; homophones. Teachers will identify further opportunities which should be tailored to pupils' needs.
- Cross curricular - Science (Habitats), D.T. (baking) PSHE (Home life; school life; values); maths (commerce)
- 200 slide PowerPoint
- 37 worksheets
- And a lot more!
The range of activities in this unit of work are intended to suggest opportunities around the novel Matilda by Roald Dahl. At least one copy of the novel will need to be used. There are hyperlinks to extend and enrich pupil's learning and teachers will identify further opportunities arising from these activities.
The whole unit of work could be completed in about 2 weeks, or extended to half a term’s work using the suggested links.
It is not intended to be a prescriptive unit of work where all activities are worked through slavishly, although it is structured chronologically. Teachers should select from, and adapt, these resources to meet the needs of the pupils they teach. There are some potentially sensitive issues explored throughout the story and teachers should make their own decisions about which elements to include. All the links to external sites are valid at the date of publication but should be checked before use.Our Price : £14.99 / 15 Credits