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The Great Fire of London - Live News Reports
A series of news reports by keystage 1 pupils telling the story of the Great Fire of London. Produced at Lisle Marsden Church of England Primary School - Gri...
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Newspaper Report On The Great Fire Of London (KS1) | Teaching Resources
The input is formed of leading questions to test the children's knowledge of the Great Fire of London, the images (which are the hints) should play a sound-bite when clicked. If they do not then some form of plug-in is missing and you can either track it down or form your own questions. A model of a newspaper report is given - the main wants are of a non-chronological report and the use of speech marks and writing for a purpose. As always, if you make it better, please send me a copy.
Great Fire of London Newspaper Report KS1
How will this newspaper report help students understand the Great Fire of London? Using the various pre-planned text prompts, KS1 students will be easily able to plan out their own newspaper report based on the knowledge they will have learnt over the course of the topic. Answering the 'who', 'how' and 'why's, they will be able to piece together the crucial details of the Great Fire in a fun and accessible way! When would be the ideal time to use this newspaper report in a lesson situation?…