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INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH COURSE MAPPINGSupercharge learning through personalisationwww.century.techFebruary 2022

HOW CENTURY WORKSDiagnosticsRecommended PathLearners begin by completing diagnosticsthat quickly identify knowledge gapsand misconceptions, and help CENTURYrecommend the best learning materials foreach individual learner.This constantly adapting personalisedpathway contains micro-lessons designedto address gaps in knowledge, providestretch and challenge and promote longterm memory retention.Leadership DashboardSenior and middle leaders getan overview of performance andengagement on a subject, classand learner level.AchievementsAutomated MarkingLearners get rewarded with badges andstreaks for completing micro-lessons or usingCENTURY over a certain period of time toincrease their motivation and engagement.Teachers can view data in realtime, to help you quickly identifywhich learners require additionalsupport or further stretch.Teacher DashboardLearner Dashboard & Guardian PortalUse the markbook to monitorindividual learners and whole-classtrends with a range of dashboards.Learners can identify their strengths and areas forimprovement. Parents and guardians can monitor theirlearner's progress, completed work, and see work set.Want to see this in action?Watch a CENTURY platform walkthrough

CURRICULUM OVERVIEWYear 3Age 7–8Grade 2PRIMARYYear 4Age 8–9Grade 3Year 5Age 9–10Grade 4Year 6Age 10–11Grade 5Year 3 SPaGYear 4 SPaGYear 8Age 12–13Grade 7SECONDARYYear 9Age 13–14Grade 8Year 10Age 14–15Grade 9Year 11Age 15–16Grade 10Year 6 SPaGPYP EnglishEnglish Language KS3 ReadingLower MYP ReadingLower MYP EnglishEnglish Literature: Shakespeare CoursesUpper MYP EnglishEnglish Language GCSEYear 3 & 4Reading ComprehensionINTERNATIONALBACCALAUREATEEnglish Language KS3English SPaG SecondaryYear 5 SPaGENGLISHYear 7Age 11–12Grade 6MYP SPaGEnglish SPaG GCSEYear 5 & 6 ReadingEnglish Literature: Text CoursesEnglish Literature: Poetry CoursesYear 3 MathsMathematics Secondary (F )Year 4 MathsYear 5 MathsMYP MathematicsMathematics Secondary (H)Year 6 MathsMATHSPYP MathematicsMathematics Secondary (F)Bridge to DPMathematics IGCSE: Cambridge (Core)Mathematics IGCSE: Cambridge (Extended)Multiplication TablesMathematics IGCSE: Edexcel (F)Year 5 & 6 ArithmeticMathematics IGCSE: Edexcel (H)Bridge to A-LevelKS3 BiologyYear 3 ScienceYear 5 ScienceSCIENCEPYP ScienceKS3 ChemistryYear 4 ScienceKS3 PhysicsYear 6 ScienceKS2 ScienceBiology, Chemistry & Physics GCSEScience Combined GCSE: AQA TrilogyBiology, Chemistry & Physics IGCSE: EdexcelDouble Award IGCSE: Edexcel11 Verbal ReasoningOTHER11 Non-Verbal Reasoning11 English11 Mathematics

Primary EnglishOur SPaG courses cover the grammar, punctuation and spellingrequirements of the English national curriculum.The courses also include grammar and punctuation prerequisites from KS1.Year 3 SPaG90 NuggetsYear 4 SPaG95 NuggetsYear 5 SPaG135 NuggetsYear 6 SPaG145 Nuggets4

Primary EnglishYear 3 & 4 Reading Comprehension35 NuggetsThis course includes a wide range of fiction and non-fiction textsas well as poetry. Topic-based texts can also be used to supportlearning in other areas of the curriculum.Year 5 & 6 Reading75 NuggetsThis course is designed to help students prepare for the KS2Reading Assessment. It includes topics on understandingvocabulary, language, inferring, summarising and identifyingdetails as well as seventeen practice tests.5

KS3 EnglishEnglish Language KS375 NuggetsCovers reading and writing skills across both fiction andnon-fiction. Includes nuggets on language and structure, texttypes, purposes for writing, vocabulary choices and how toanalyse and write about texts.English Language KS3 Reading40 NuggetsContains over 30 fiction and non-fiction texts, followed byreading questions which assess skills such as identifyingand analysing language and structural devices, inference,comprehension and vocabulary.English SPaG Secondary85 NuggetsAn opportunity for students to revise spelling, punctuationand grammar.6

IGCSE & GCSE English LanguageEnglish Language IGCSE/GCSEOur range of GCSE courses cover reading and writing skillsin both fiction and non-fiction texts. The courses includenuggets on language and structure, text types, purposes forwriting, how to analyse texts and exam-specific questions.English SPaG GCSE60 NuggetsCovers spelling, punctuation and grammar.IGCSE Cambridge: 0500125 NuggetsIGCSE Edexcel: 4EB1125 NuggetsAQA: 8700 (QAN: 601/4292/3)130 NuggetsEdexcel: 1EN0 (QAN: 601/4836/6)130 NuggetsEduqas: C700QS (QAN: 601/4505/5)130 NuggetsEdexcel Lift: 1EN2 (QAN: 603/7223/0)85 Nuggets7

English Literature: ShakespeareOur Shakespeare courses focus on plot, characters, themes, context,language, structure and form.Suitable for all exam boards and can be adapted to readers at all levels.A Midsummer Night’s Dream35 NuggetsMuch Ado About Nothing40 NuggetsMacbeth65 NuggetsRomeo & Juliet80 Nuggets8

English Literature: TextsOur literature courses focus on plot, characters, themes, context, language,structure and form. Suitable for all exam boards.Designed for GCSE but can be adapted to readers of all levels.19th Century NovelsModern Prose & Drama (Post 1914)A Christmas CarolAn Inspector CallsJekyll & HydeAnimal Farm40 Nuggets35 Nuggets35 Nuggets50 NuggetsBlood Brothers35 Nuggets9

English Literature: PoetryLove & Relationships50 NuggetsCovers the ‘Love & Relationships’ cluster of poems for theAQA GCSE English Literature specification.The course explores the form, structure, language, themesand relevant context for each poem.Power & Conflict50 NuggetsCovers the ‘Power & Conflict’ cluster of poems for boththe AQA & Edexcel GCSE English Literature specifications.The courses explore the form, structure, language, themesand relevant context for each poem.Unseen Poetry25 NuggetsCovers the key skills needed to explore, analyse andcompare unseen poetry. Poems were commissioned andcreated for this course to ensure that they are truly unseen.10

PYP EnglishPrimary SPaGOur SPaG courses are designed to support studentswith their spelling, punctuation and grammar so thatthey can apply their skills in their writing.Grade 2 SPaG90 NuggetsGrade 3 SPaG95 NuggetsGrade 4 SPaGPrimary ReadingCourse includes a wide range of fiction and nonfiction texts as well as poetry. Topic-based texts canalso be used to support learning in other areas of thecurriculum.Grade 2 & 3 Reading Comprehension35 NuggetsGrade 4 & 5 Reading75 Nuggets135 NuggetsGrade 5 SPaG145 Nuggets11

MYP EnglishLower MYP Reading40 NuggetsContains over 30 fiction and non-fiction texts, followedby reading questions which assess skills such asidentifying and analysing language and structuraldevices, inference, comprehension and vocabulary.MYP English SPaG85 NuggetsAn opportunity for students to revise spelling,punctuation and grammar.MYP EnglishCovers reading and writing skills in both fictionand non-fiction. Includes nuggets on language andstructure, text types, purposes for writing, vocabularychoices and how to analyse and write about texts.Lower MYP English80 NuggetsUpper MYP English135 Nuggets12

Primary – Year 3/4 SPaGThis document shows the structure of our Year 3 & 4 SPaG courses. The asterisk (*) denotes the nuggets that only appear in the Year 4 course.Topic / StrandDiagnosticsWord ClassesNugget NameYear 3Year 4Diagnostic: Word Classes [PSPG0.01]Diagnostic: Sentence and Text Structure [PSPG0.03]Diagnostic: Punctuation [PSPG0.05]Diagnostic: Tenses [PSPG0.04]Diagnostic: Prefixes and Suffixes [PSPG0.02]Diagnostic: Spelling Sounds [PSPG0.06]Diagnostic: Useful Skills [PSPG0.07]*Diagnostic: Word Classes [PSPG0.08]*Diagnostic: Sentence and Text Structure [PSPG0.09]*Diagnostic: Punctuation [PSPG0.10]*Diagnostic: Tenses [PSPG0.11]*Diagnostic: Prefixes and Suffixes [PSPG0.12]*Diagnostic: Spelling Sounds [PSPG0.13]*Diagnostic: Useful Skills [PSPG0.14]Nouns [PSPG1.01]Common Nouns and Proper Nouns [PSPG1.02]Adjectives [PSPG1.03]Verbs [PSPG1.04]Adverbs [PSPG1.05]Prepositions [PSPG1.06]Pronouns [PSPG1.07]Conjunctions [PSPG1.08]Identifying Word Classes [PSPG1.09]Consonants and Vowels [PSPG1.10]'a' or 'an' [PSPG1.11]*Determiners [PSPG1.12]*Possessive Pronouns [PSPG1.13]136

Sentence TypesSentences [PSPG3.01]Statements [PSPG3.02]Questions [PSPG3.03]Exclamations [PSPG3.04]Commands [PSPG3.05]Statement, Question, Exclamation or Command [PSPG3.06]TextIntroduction to Paragraphs [PSPG5.01]Headings and Subheadings [PSPG5.02]Standard English [PSPG5.03]PunctuationCapital Letters for Names and I [PSPG7.01]Full Stops [PSPG7.02]Question Marks [PSPG7.03]Exclamation Marks [PSPG7.04]Commas in a List [PSPG7.05]Inverted Commas [PSPG7.06]*Punctuation with Inverted Commas [PSPG7.09]Apostrophes for Missing Letters [PSPG7.07]Possessive Apostrophes in Singular Words [PSPG7.08]*Possessive Apostrophes for Plurals (Ending in '-s') [PSPG7.10]*Possessive Apostrophes for Plurals (Not Ending in '-s') [PSPG7.11]TensesSimple Present [PSPG6.01]Present Progressive [PSPG6.02]Simple Past [PSPG6.03]Past Progressive [PSPG6.04]Present Perfect Tense [PSPG6.05]Clauses and PhrasesCoordination of Words and Phrases Using 'and' [PSPG4.01]Coordinating Clauses with 'and' and 'but' [PSPG4.02]Coordination of Clauses with 'or' and 'so' [PSPG4.03]Coordinating Clauses with 'and', 'but', 'or' and 'so' [PSPG4.04]Subordinate Clauses [PSPG4.05]Noun Phrases and Expanded Noun Phrases [PSPG4.06]*Expanded Noun Phrases with Prepositional Phrases [PSPG4.07]*Fronted Adverbials [PSPG4.08]Adjectives and Adjective Phrases [PSPG4.09]Years 3 & 4 SPaG* Year 4 only147

Prefixes and SuffixesRoot Words [PSPG2.01]Compound Words [PSPG2.02]Word Families [PSPG2.03]Prefixes 'un-', 'dis-' and 'mis-' [PSPG2.04]Prefixes 'sub-', 'inter-' and 'super-' [PSPG2.05]Prefixes 're-', 'auto-' and 'anti-' [PSPG2.06]Singular or Plural [PSPG9.17]Plural Suffixes 1 [PSPG9.13]Plural Suffixes 2 [PSPG9.14]Suffixes '-ing' and '-ed' [PSPG9.18]Suffixes '-ful' and '-less' [PSPG9.19]Suffixes '-ment' and '-ness' [PSPG9.20]Suffixes '-er' and '-est' [PSPG9.15]The Suffix 'y' [PSPG9.16]Spelling Rules for the Suffix '-ous' [PSPG8.01]Spelling Rules for the Suffix '-ation' [PSPG8.02]Spelling Rules for the Suffixes '-ally' and '-ly' [PSPG8.03]Spelling Rules for the Prefixes 'in-', 'il-', 'im-' and 'ir-' [PSPG8.04]Spelling SoundsSyllables [PSPG9.01]Introduction to Homophones [PSPG9.02]Homophones 2 [PSPG9.03]Words Ending in '-sure' and '-ture' [PSPG9.04]Words Spelt 'ou' and Pronounced 'u' [PSPG9.05]The 'i' Sound Spelt with a 'y' [PSPG9.06]Words Ending in '-tion', '-sion', '-ssion' and '-cian' [PSPG9.07]Words with the 'k' Sound Spelt 'ch' [PSPG9.08]Words with the 'sh' Sound Spelt 'ch' [PSPG9.09]Words Ending with the 'g' Sound Spelt 'gue' and the 'k' Sound Spelt 'que' [PSPG9.10]Words with the 's' Sound Spelt 'sc' [PSPG9.11]Words Spelt 'ei', 'eigh' or 'ey' [PSPG9.12]Years 3 & 4 SPaG* Year 4 only158

Useful SkillsDictation [PSPG10.03]Proofreading [PSPG10.01]The Alphabet [PSPG9.21]Using Dictionaries [PSPG10.02]SPaG AssessmentsSPaG Assessment 1 [PSPG11.01]SPaG Assessment 2 [PSPG11.02]SPaG Assessment 3 [PSPG11.03]*SPaG Assessment 4 [PSPG11.04]Statutory Spelling AssessmentsStatutory Spelling Test 1 [PSPG12.01]Statutory Spelling Test 2 [PSPG12.02]Statutory Spelling Test 3 [PSPG12.03]Statutory Spelling Test 4 [PSPG12.04]Statutory Spelling Test 5 [PSPG12.05]Years 3 & 4 SPaG* Year 4 only169

Primary – Year 5 / 6 SPaGThis document shows the structure of our Year 5 & 6 SPaG courses. The asterisk (*) denotes the nuggets that only appear in the Year 6 course.Topic / StrandDiagnosticsWord ClassesNugget NameYear 5Year 6Diagnostic: Word Classes [PSPG0.15]Diagnostic: Sentence and Text Structure [PSPG0.16]Diagnostic: Punctuation [PSPG0.17]Diagnostic: Tenses [PSPG0.18]Diagnostic: Prefixes and Suffixes [PSPG0.19]Diagnostic: Spellings [PSPG0.20]Diagnostic: Useful Skills [PSPG0.21]*Diagnostic: Word Classes [PSPG0.22]*Diagnostic: Sentence and Text Structure [PSPG0.23]*Diagnostic: Punctuation [PSPG0.24]Diagnostic: Tenses [PSPG0.18]Diagnostic: Prefixes and Suffixes [PSPG0.19]Diagnostic: Spellings [PSPG0.20]Diagnostic: Useful Skills [PSPG0.21]Nouns [PSPG1.01]Common Nouns and Proper Nouns [PSPG1.02]Adjectives [PSPG1.03]Verbs [PSPG1.04]Adverbs [PSPG1.05]Prepositions [PSPG1.06]Pronouns [PSPG1.07]Conjunctions [PSPG1.08]Identifying Word Classes [PSPG1.09]Consonants and Vowels [PSPG1.10]'a' or 'an' [PSPG1.11]Determiners [PSPG1.12]Possessive Pronouns [PSPG1.13]Abstract and Concrete Nouns [PSPG1.14]Modal Verbs [PSPG1.15]Adverbs of Possibility [PSPG1.16]1710

Relative Pronouns [PSPG1.17]Subordinating Conjunctions and Coordinating Conjunctions [PSPG1.18]*Articles [PSPG1.19]Sentence TypesSentences [PSPG3.01]Statements [PSPG3.02]Questions [PSPG3.03]Exclamations [PSPG3.04]Commands [PSPG3.05]Statement, Question, Exclamation or Command [PSPG3.06]Imperative Verbs (in Commands) [PSPG3.07]Passive and Active [PSPG3.08]*Subject and Object [PSPG3.09]TextIntroduction to Paragraphs [PSPG5.01]Headings and Subheadings [PSPG5.02]Standard English [PSPG5.03]*Formal and Informal [PSPG5.04]*Synonyms [PSPG5.05]*Antonyms [PSPG5.06]PunctuationCapital Letters for Names and I [PSPG7.01]Full Stops [PSPG7.02]Question Marks [PSPG7.03]Exclamation Marks [PSPG7.04]Commas in a List [PSPG7.05]Inverted Commas [PSPG7.06]Punctuation with Inverted Commas [PSPG7.09]Apostrophes for Missing Letters [PSPG7.07]Possessive Apostrophes in Singular Words [PSPG7.08]Possessive Apostrophes for Plurals (Ending in '-s') [PSPG7.10]Possessive Apostrophes for Plurals (Not Ending in '-s') [PSPG7.11]Commas to Clarify Meaning [PSPG7.12]Hyphens [PSPG7.13]Brackets, Commas and Dashes for Parenthesis [PSPG7.14]Semicolons, Colons and Dashes [PSPG7.15]Colons in Lists [PSPG7.16]Bullet Points [PSPG7.17]*Ellipses [PSPG7.18]*Semicolons within Lists [PSPG7.19]Years 5 & 6 SPaG* Year 6 only1811

TensesSimple Present [PSPG6.01]Present Progressive [PSPG6.02]Simple Past [PSPG6.03]Past Progressive [PSPG6.04]Present Perfect Tense [PSPG6.05]Past Perfect Tense [PSPG6.06]Adding a Verb in the Correct Tense [PSPG6.07]Subject Verb Agreement [PSPG6.08]The Subjunctive Form [PSPG6.09]Clauses and PhrasesCoordination of Words and Phrases Using 'and' [PSPG4.01]Coordinating Clauses with 'and' and 'but' [PSPG4.02]Coordination of Clauses with 'or' and 'so' [PSPG4.03]Coordinating Clauses with 'and', 'but', 'or' and 'so' [PSPG4.04]Subordinate Clauses [PSPG4.05]Noun Phrases and Expanded Noun Phrases [PSPG4.06]Expanded Noun Phrases with Prepositional Phrases [PSPG4.07]Fronted Adverbials [PSPG4.08]Adjectives and Adjective Phrases [PSPG4.09]Relative Clauses [PSPG4.10]*Prepositional Phrases or Subordinate Clauses [PSPG4.11]Spelling SoundsRoot Words [PSPG2.01]Compound Words [PSPG2.02]Word Families [PSPG2.03]Prefixes 'un-', 'dis-' and 'mis-' [PSPG2.04]Prefixes 'sub-', 'inter-' and 'super-' [PSPG2.05]Prefixes 're-', 'auto-' and 'anti-' [PSPG2.06]Singular or Plural [PSPG9.17]Plural Suffixes 1 [PSPG9.13]Plural Suffixes 2 [PSPG9.14]Syllables [PSPG9.01]Introduction to Homophones [PSPG9.02]Homophones 2 [PSPG9.03]Words Ending in '-sure' and '-ture' [PSPG9.04]Words Spelt 'ou' and Pronounced 'u' [PSPG9.05]Years 5 & 6 SPaG* Year 6 only1912

The 'i' Sound Spelt with a 'y' [PSPG9.06]Words Ending in '-tion', '-sion', '-ssion' and '-cian' [PSPG9.07]Words with the 'k' Sound Spelt 'ch' [PSPG9.08]Words with the 'sh' Sound Spelt 'ch' [PSPG9.09]Words Ending with the 'g' Sound Spelt 'gue' and the 'k' Sound Spelt 'que' [PSPG9.10]Words with the 's' Sound Spelt 'sc' [PSPG9.11]Words Spelt 'ei', 'eigh' or 'ey' [PSPG9.12]Words Ending in '-cious' or '-tious' [PSPG9.21]Words Ending in '-cial' or '-tial' [PSPG9.22]Words Ending in '-ant', '-ance', '-ancy' / 'ent', '-ence', '-ency' [PSPG9.23]Words Ending in '-able' and '-ible' [PSPG9.24]Adding Suffixes to Words Ending in '-fer' [PSPG9.25]i' Before 'e' Except After 'c' When the Sound is 'ee' [PSPG9.26]Words Containing 'ough' [PSPG9.27]Silent Letters [PSPG9.28]Homophones 3 [PSPG9.29]Useful SkillsDictation [PSPG10.03]Proofreading [PSPG10.01]The Alphabet [PSPG9.21]Using Dictionaries [PSPG10.02]Year 3/4 SPaG AssessmentsSPaG Assessment 1 [PSPG11.01]SPaG Assessment 2 [PSPG11.02]SPaG Assessment 3 [PSPG11.03]SPaG Assessment 4 [PSPG11.04]Year 5 SPaG AssessmentsSPaG Assessment 1 [PSPG11.08]SPaG Assessment 2 [PSPG11.09]SPaG Assessment 3 [PSPG11.10]SPaG Assessment 4 [PSPG11.11]Year 6 SPaG Assessments*SPaG Assessment 5 [PSPG11.12]*SPaG Assessment 6 [PSPG11.13]*SPaG Assessment 7 [PSPG11.14]*SPaG Assessment 8 [PSPG11.15]Years 5 & 6 SPaG* Year 6 only2013

Year 3/4 Statutory SpellingAssessmentsStatutory Spelling Test 1 [PSPG12.01]Statutory Spelling Test 2 [PSPG12.02]Statutory Spelling Test 3 [PSPG12.03]Statutory Spelling Test 4 [PSPG12.04]Statutory Spelling Test 5 [PSPG12.05]Year 5/6 Statutory SpellingAssessmentStatutory Spelling Test 1 [PSPG12.06]Statutory Spelling Test 2 [PSPG12.07]Statutory Spelling Test 3 [PSPG12.08]Statutory Spelling Test 4 [PSPG12.09]Statutory Spelling Test 5 [PSPG12.10]Years 5 & 6 SPaG* Year 6 only2114

Primary Reading Comprehension – Years 3 & 4This document shows the structure of our Primary Reading Comprehension – Years 3 & 4 course.Topic / StrandNugget NameThe Teacher's Pet [PR10.04]Nelson and the Egg [PR10.05]The Bike Adventure [PR10.06]Buster the Loyal Dog [PR10.07]Anansi and the Melon [PR10.08]FictionOcho and Eddie [PR10.09]The Hare and the Tortoise [PR10.10]Alex's First Day of School [PR10.11]Milo the Cat [PR10.12]Charlotte's Birthday [PR10.13]Professor Mork's Device [PR10.14]The Myth of Icarus and Daedalus [PR10.15]Recipe for an Invisibility Potion [PR11.05]Thomas Edison - Biography [PR11.06]Space Tourism [PR11.07]Volcanoes [PR11.08]Hatsheput: A Female Pharaoh [PR11.09]Skating into the Olympics [PR11.10]Our Precious Rainforests [PR11.11]A Guide to Stonehenge [PR11.12]Non-fictionMary Anning - Biography [PR11.13]A Letter from Sara's Trek [PR11.14]The River Nile [PR11.15]Edible Insects [PR11.16]Self-driving Cars [PR11.17]The Brain [PR11.18]The History of Chocolate [PR11.19]Diary of a Roman Soldier [PR11.20]Alfred the Great - Diary Entry [PR11.21]A Lost Companion [PR12.10]PoetryAn Autumn Act [PR12.11]My Shadow [PR12.12]

Primary – Year 5-6 ReadingThis document shows how CENTURY nuggets align to the KS2 Reading Content Domains.National Curriculum ReferenceTopic / StrandKey SkillsReading - Key SkillsNugget NameSkimming and Scanning [PR1.01]Reading the Question and Text [PR1.02]Introduction to Synonyms [PR2.01]Introduction to Antonyms [PR2.02]Identifying the Meaning of Words [PR2.03]Suffixes [PR2.04]2agive / explain the meaning ofwords in contextUnderstanding VocabularyWord Families [PR2.05]Prefixes [PR2.06]Synonyms Explained [PR2.07]Identifying the Meaning of a Phrase [PR2.08]Power of Words [PR2.09]Multiple Answer [PR3.01]Complete the Sentence [PR3.02]True or False? [PR3.03]Number Questions [PR3.04]2bretrieve and record information /identify key details from fictionand non-fictionIdentifying DetailsWriting Short Answers [PR3.05]Describing Images [PR3.06]Finding Answers and Explaining Them [PR3.07]Finding Dates [PR3.08]Ordering Events [PR3.09]2316

Introduction to Summary [PR4.01]2csummarise main ideas from morethan one paragraphSummarisingSummarising [PR4.02]Summary - Ordering Events [PR4.03]Summary - Summarising Paragraphs [PR4.04]Opinions [PR5.01]Facts [PR5.02]Introduction to Characters [PR5.03]Impressions [PR5.04]Understanding Characters [PR5.05]2dmake inferences from the text /explain and justify inferenceswith evidence from the textUnderstanding the Whole Text [PR5.06]InferencesInferences in Poetry [PR5.07]Clues in the Text [PR5.08]Understanding Actions [PR5.09]Inferring from Description [PR5.10]Finding Evidence [PR5.11]PEE Characters [PR5.12]PEE [PR5.13]2epredict what might happen fromdetails stated and implied2fidentify / explain how information/ narrative content is related andcontributes to meaning as awholePrediction [PR7.02]Structure, Prediction and ComparisonStructure of a Text [PR7.04]Structure [PR7.01]Onomatopoeia [PR6.01]Similes [PR6.02]Alliteration [PR6.03]2gidentify / explain how meaning isenhanced through choice ofwords and phrasesLanguageMetaphors [PR6.04]Imagery [PR6.05]Personification [PR6.06]Vocabulary Choice [PR6.07]Year 5 & 6 Reading2417

Introduction to Poetry [PR6.08]2hmake comparisons within thetextStructure, Prediction and ComparisonComparing Changes [PR7.03]Comparing Similarities and Diňerences [PR7.05]Practice: Fiction - A Little Princess [PR8.01]Practice: Fiction - My New Puppy [PR8.02]Practice: Fiction - Day One [PR8.03]Practice: Fiction - The Nightmare Holiday! [PR8.04]Practice: Fiction - Late, for a Very Important Date! [PR8.05]Practice: Fiction - Bookworm [PR8.06]Practice (Inference): Fiction - Jayda's Discovery [PR8.07]Practice: Non-Fiction - Swallows [PR8.08]Practice: Non-Fiction - Franklin D. Roosevelt [PR8.09]Practice QuestionsPractice: Non-Fiction - Nelson Mandela [PR8.10]Practice (Vocabulary): Non-Fiction - Florence Nightingale [PR8.11]Practice: Non-Fiction - Kipchoge: The Running Legend! [PR8.12]Practice: Non-Fiction - English Civil War [PR8.13]Practice: Non-Fiction - Butterōies [PR8.14]Non-Fiction - Earthquakes [PR8.15]Practice: Poetry - Endangered Animals [PR8.16]Practice (Inference): Poetry - The Giant in the Garden [PR8.17]Year 5 & 6 Reading2518

English Language KS3SkillNugget NameDiagnosticDiagnostic: Reading Skills &Analysis [EK0.01]SkillNugget NameSkillNugget NameLanguageDevicesHyperbole [EK2.07]VocabularyChoicesVocabulary - Buildings [EK5.01]Vocabulary - the City [EK5.03]Diagnostic: Language Devices[EK0.02]Emotive Language [EK2.10]Vocabulary - Nature and Seasons[EK5.04]Diagnostic: Structure &Paragraphs [EK0.03]Imperatives [EK3.02]Facts and Statistics [EK3.01]Direct Address [EK3.03]Diagnostic: Descriptions &Vocabulary [EK0.05]Inference [EK1.01]Summarising [EK1.05]Connotations [EK1.06]Similes [EK2.01]Metaphors [EK2.02]Personification [EK2.03]Pathetic Fallacy [EK2.04]Onomatopoeia [EK2.05]Alliteration [EK2.06]StructureAnalyticalWritingAnalytical Paragraph Structure[EK6.01]Point [EK6.02]Repetition [EK3.05]Evidence [EK6.03]Rhetorical Questions [EK3.06]Analysis [EK6.04]Contrasting [EK3.08]Finding Information [EK1.04]Vocabulary - Colours [EK5.05]Rule of Three [EK3.04]Listing [EK3.07]Skimming and Scanning [EK1.02]Selecting Evidence [EK1.03]LanguageDevicesVocabulary - Landscape [EK5.02]Symbolism [EK2.09]Diagnostic: Writing Purposes &Texts [EK0.04]ReadingSkillsSensory Language [EK2.08]Form (TextTypes)Letters [EK7.01]Articles [EK7.02]Anecdotes [EK3.09]Speeches and Talks [EK7.03]Bias, Facts and Opinion [EK3.10]Discursive Essays [EK7.04]What is Structure? [EK4.01]Analytical Essays [EK7.05]Connectives [EK4.02]Diary Entry [EK7.06]Sentence Variety [EK4.03]Blogs [EK7.07]Flashback [EK4.04]Reviews [EK7.08]Narrative Structure [EK4.05]Autobiography [EK7.09]Foreshadowing [EK4.06]Biography [EK7.10]Plot Twists [EK4.07]Emails [ENI7.21]Page 1 of 2269

SkillNugget NameWritingPurposesPersuade and Argue [EK8.01]Advise and Instruct [EK8.02]Inform and Explain [EK8.03]Narrative Writing [EK8.04]Descriptive Writing [EK8.05]DescriptiveWritingDescription of Setting [EK9.01]Description of Character[EK9.02]Creating Atmosphere [EK9.03]Describing an Image [EK9.04]Tension and Suspense[EK9.05]ParagraphsParagraphs - Overview[EK10.01]Paragraphs - Connectives[EK10.02]Paragraphs - IntroducingArguments [EK10.03]Constructingan ArgumentCounter Arguments [EK11.01]Both Sides of an Argument[EK11.02]One Side of an Argument[EK11.03]Page 2 of 22710

English Language KS3 ReadingSkillNugget NameDiagnosticDiagnostic: Fiction 1 [ER0.01]SkillNugget NameSkillNugget NameFiction NarrativesFiction Narrative: Knock at theDoor [ER3.02]Non-fiction- Writing toInform andAdviseInformational Article: Interviewwith Kisum [ER6.01]Fiction Narrative: A Cafe Meeting[ER3.03]Diagnostic: Non-fiction 1 [ER0.02]Diagnostic: Non-fiction 2 [ER0.03]Fiction CharacterDescriptionCharacter Description: The NextSuperstar [ER1.01]Character Description: Kate'sGrandmother [ER1.02]Character Description:Businesswoman [ER1.03]Non-fictionPersuasiveWritingCharacter Description: TeenageBoy [ER1.04]Fiction Descriptionof SettingDescription of Setting: DystopianCity [ER2.03]Fiction NarrativesInformational Article: Living inLondon [ER6.03]Fiction Narrative: Parisian Project[ER3.05]Informational Article: Loch NessMonster [ER6.04]Persuasive Article: Protecting ourPangolin Pals [ER4.01]Informational Article: Awardwinning Dog [ER6.05]Persuasive Leaflet: Tribal PeopleToday [ER4.02]Informational Article: Air Quality inLondon [ER6.06]Persuasive Article: ForeignLanguages and Technology[ER4.04]Description of Setting: Hotel[ER2.01]Description of Setting: GothicMansion [ER2.02]Fiction Narrative: Job Interview[ER3.04]Persuasive Speech: PublicTransport [ER4.03]Character Description: The Boss[ER1.05]Persuasive Article: Video al Article: UKParliament [ER6.02]Non-fiction- ReviewsTheatre Review: Macbeth [ER7.01]Travel Review: Fes [ER7.02]Travel Review: Berlin [ER7.03]Travel Review: Prague [ER7.04]Documentary Review: Away FromHome [ER7.05]Autobiography: Evacuee [ER5.01]Autobiography: Author [ER5.02]Description of Setting: Waterfall[ER2.04]Biography Interview: FencingAthlete [ER5.03]Description of Setting: HotSetting [ER2.05]Diary Entry: Visiting Australia[ER5.04]Fiction Narrative: Goodbye[ER3.01]Diary Entry: In the Trenches[ER5.05]Page 1 of 12811

English SPaG SecondarySkillNugget NameDiagnosticsDiagnostic: Punctuation[SPAG0.01]SkillNugget NameSkillsNugget NamePunctuationEllipsis [SPAG1.13]Verbs FormsImperatives [SPAG3.04]Punctuating Quotations[SPAG1.15]Diagnostic: Word Classes[SPAG0.02]PunctuationFull Stops and Capital Letters[SPAG1.01]WordClassesExclamation Marks [SPAG1.03]Pronouns [SPAG2.05]Apostrophes of Possession[SPAG1.04]Prepositions [SPAG2.06]Relative Clauses [SPAG4.05]Minor Sentences [SPAG4.06]WritingStylesThird Person [SPAG5.05]Passive and Active Voice[SPAG5.06]Superlative Adjectives[SPAG2.09]Commas in a List [SPAG1.07]Comma Splicing [SPAG1.08]Definite and Indefinite Articles[SPAG2.10]Commas to Clarify Meaning[SPAG1.09]Subject-Verb Agreement[SPAG2.11]Verb FormsPast Tense [SPAG3.01]Present Tense [SPAG3.02]Future Tense [SPAG3.03]Paragraphing [SPAG5.02]Second Person [SPAG5.04]Comparative Adjectives[SPAG2.08]Commas to Separate Clauses[SPAG1.06]Sentence Starters [SPAG5.01]First Person [SPAG5.03]Conjunctions [SPAG2.07]Apostrophes of Omission[SPAG1.05]Colons [SPAG1.12]Complex Sentences [SPAG4.04]Verbs [SPAG2.02]Adverbs [SPAG2.04]Semicolons [SPAG1.11]Compound Sentences[SPAG4.03]Nouns [SPAG2.01]Adjectives [SPAG2.03]Phrases and Clauses [SPAG4.01]Simple Sentences [SPAG4.02]Brackets, Hyphens and Dashes[SPAG1.17]Question Marks [SPAG1.02]Commas After Adverbials[SPAG1.10]SentencesIndirect Speech [SPAG1.16]Diagnostic: Sentences andWriting Styles [SPAG0.03]Diagnostic: Spelling [SPAG0.04]Modal Verbs [SPAG3.05]Speech Punctuation [SPAG1.14]Formal and Informal Language[SPAG5.07]Standard English [SPAG5.08]Vocabulary Expansion[SPAG5.09]TaughtSpellingsCommon Homophones 1[SPAGE1.01]Common Homophones 2[SPAGE1.02]Page 1 of 22912

SkillNugget NameSkillNugget NameTaughtSpellingsCommon Homophones 3[SPAGE1.03]SpellingTestsSpellings 6 [SPAG7.06]Common Homophones 4[SPAGE1.04]Spellings 7 [SPAG7.07]Spellings 8 [SPAG7.08]Near Homophones 1 [SPAGE1.05]Spellings 9 [SPAG7.09]Near Homophones 2 [SPAGE1.06]Spellings 10 [SPAG7.10]‘i’ Before 'e' Except After'c' [SPAGE4.01]Spellings 11 [SPAG7.11]‘ei' as in 'a' [SPAGE4.02]Spellings 13 [SPAG7.13]‘cie' Words [SPAGE4.03]Spellings 14 [SPAG7.14]‘ei' Words [SPAGE4.04]Spellings 15 [SPAG7.15]Double Letters [SPAGE6.01]Spellings 16 [SPAG7.16]Spellings 12 [SPAG7.12]Vowels [SPAGE6.02]Silent Letters [SPAGE6.03]Compound Words [SPAGE6.04]‘s’ sounds [SPAGE6.05]Contractions [SPAG6.06]Suffixes [SPAG6.07]Prefixes [SPAG6.08]SpellingTestsSpellings 1 [SPAG7.01]Spellings 2 [SPAG7.02]Spellings 3 [SPAG7.03]Spellings 4 [SPAG7.04]Spellings 5 [SPAG7.05]Page 2 of 23013

English Language GCSE: AQASkillNugget NameDiagnosticReadingSkillsDiagnostic: AO1 [EN0.01]Diagnostic: AO2 Structure[EN0.02]Diagnostic: AO2 and AO3[EN0.03]Diagnostic: AO4 [EN0.04]Diagnostic: AO5 and AO6[EN0.05]SkillNugget NameSkillReadingSkillsImplicit and Explicit [EN1.01]Introduction Contrasting [EN2.17]to languageAlliteration [EN2.18]devicesSelecting Evidence [EN1.02]Skimming and Scanning [EN1.03]Irony/Sarcasm/Satire [EN2.19]Synthesising Evidence differences [EN1.04]Idioms [EN2.20]Diagnostic: Language Devices 1[EN0.07]Emotive Language [EN2.05]Diagnostic: Reading - LanguageDevices 1 [EN0.10]Diagnostic: Reading - LanguageDevices 2 [EN0.11]Diagnostic: AQA Paper 1 SectionA [EN0.12]Diagnostic: AQA Paper 2 SectionA [EN0.13]Diagnostic: AQA Writing SectionB Paper 1 and 2 [EN0.14]Anecdotes [EN2.22]Cliches [EN2.23]Introduction Similes [EN2.01]to languageMetaphors [EN2.02]devicesPersonification [EN2.03]Diagnostic: Language Devices 3[EN0.09]Listing [EN2.21]Synthesising Evidence Similarities [EN1.05]Diagnostic: Form and Text Types[EN0.06]Diagnostic: Language Devices 2[EN0.08]Nugget NamePathetic Fallacy [EN2.04]Flattery [EN2.06]Facts and Statistics [EN2.07]Hyperbole [EN2.08]Tension and Suspense [EN2.24]Atmosphere, Mood and Tone[EN2.25]Writing LanguageDevicesWriting: Similes [EN3.01]Writing: Metaphors [EN3.02]Writing: Personification [EN3.03]Writing: Pathetic Fallacy [EN3.04]Imperatives [EN2.09]Writing: Emotive Language[EN3.05]Onomatopoeia [EN2.10]Writing: Flattery [EN3.06]Direct Address [EN2.11]Writing: Facts and Statistics[EN3.07]Rule of Three [EN2.12]Repetition [EN2.13]Rhetorical Questions [EN2.14]Sensory Language [EN2.15]Symbolism [EN2.16]Writing: Hyperbole [EN3.08]Writing: Imperatives [EN3.09]Writing: Onomatopoeia [EN3.10]Writing: Direct Address [EN3.11]Writing: Rule of Three [EN3.12]Page 1 of 33114

SkillNugget NameSkillWriting LanguageDevicesWriting: Repetition [EN3.13]Reading - Reading: Facts and StatisticsLanguage [EN4.07]DevicesReading: Hyperbole [EN4.08]Writing: Rhetorical Questions[EN3.1

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