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Vocabulary Structures Phonics and pronunciation Crosscurricular themes Cultural themes

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Places in a school Bugs In the garden

Question practice: What ? When ? How many ? Do you ? Have you got ? Where ? Present simple and present continuous: They eat honey. / They arent making webs. Zero conditional: If a coconut falls into the sea, it travels a long way. Comparative and superlative adjectives with two or more syllables: Grannys car was more colourful than other cars. / Freddie had the most adventurous day of his life. Infinitives of purpose. Adjectives with infinitives with to: We use money to pay for goods. / It was difficult to carry coins. Pronunciation: stress in compound nouns Phonics: spellings of the sound // Pronunciation: saying dates and numbers Phonics: spellings of the sound /a/ Science: Seed dispersal Unusual fruit

TV programmes Money

History: The history of money

Collecting (as a hobby)

Materials Ancient Rome

Be made of (present and past simple): It's made of wood. / It wasnt made of gold. Used to: The Ancient Romans used to go to public baths. / They didn't use to wash with soap. Past continuous and past simple: He was / wasn't sitting in his chair when he saw a ghost.

Pronunciation: intonation in lists Phonics: spellings of plurals Pronunciation: saying letters Phonics: long vowel with Magic E

History: Ancient Roman baths monuments

Adjectives to describe people Adventure sports

Literature: Roald Dahl

Traditional stories

Past simple wh-questions: Who did he invite into Types of books his hut?

Sports equipment Everyday objects Adjectives to describe objects

Verb patterns with infinitives (verb + infinitive with Pronunciation: sentence stress and weak forms to): The people asked the rangers to catch the dog. (schwa //) Modal verbs of obligation (have to, must, musnt, dont have to): The lead climber has to wear a harness. / They mustnt climb without a helmet.

Sport: Indoor climbing

Unusual sports

Phonics: spellings of the sound /e/ Pronunciation: stress in longer adjectives Phonics: spellings of the sound /u:/ Science: Space holidays in the future Cookery: Making spaghetti Coastlines Art: Yarnstorms Famous artists

Present perfect (1): He has (just) painted a picture. Relative pronouns which, who, where: Its a squid which is 8 metres long. / I got a photograph from a man who took a knitted cat. / We have been to Berlin, where we left knitted sausages.

Present perfect (2): Have you ever got lost? Adjectives to describe places Yes, I have. / No, I havent. Phrasal verbs to describe a trip Food Countries and nationalities

Pronunciation: sentence stress and weak Will and wont (future fact): The travellers will learn forms (schwa //) Phonics: silent letters about safety. / It wont be a cheap holiday. Describing quantity (too much, too many, enough): Pronunciation: Shes got too many chillies. / He hasnt got enough intonation in sentences prawns. Phonics: homophones Present simple passive: Durum wheat is grown in Italy. / The packets aren't transported to shops. Pronunciation: word stress Phonics: spelling of words with /n/ endings


Theatre words Adjectives and prepositions: To be happy about something. / To be famous for doing something. Behind the scene phrases Have something done (have + object + past participle): The actors have their hair styled.

Drama: Dances The Lion King