To reflect upon the text we have read

In this lesson, we will re-read an extract and answer some language-based inference questions. The children's task will be to write a letter from the perspective of Walter Tull describing his time in the trenches. We will spend some time considering why Walter Tull was remarkable.


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Lesson summary: To reflect upon the text we have read

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This was the final lesson in the unit Walter Tull's Scrapbook by Michaela Morgan.

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