Ask the children what we use headings and subheadings for. Explain that we use headings and subheadings to organise content to guide readers. A heading or sub-heading appear at the beginning of a page or section and briefly describes the content that follows.
Identify that headings are used to introduce a main piece of text (the title at the top of the page or section of a book) and sub-headings are used to break up text into organised sections, they will be related to the heading. Readers can navigate their attention using the headings and subheading.
Look through age appropriate news paper articles and identify the headings and sub-heading.
Re-cap over yesterday's learning - what are headings? What are sub-headings? When do we use them? How do they help the reader?
Watch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpVTo7bTnXU Pause the video when directed and encourage the children to find headings and subheadings from the text.
Children to complete the worksheet.
Re-cap over week's spelling. Children to use spelling words in sentences to show understanding of meaning.
Children to complete word searches.
Re-cap prior learning, children to identify use of heading and sub-headings. Children to complete work sheet.
Complete the spelling test.