1st Class: Familiar Settings (Week 2 of 2)

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This interactive PowerPoint and 5 lesson plans conclude this unit about stories with Familiar Settings. This week, children will continue to focus on ‘Gorilla’ by Anthony Browne, ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ by Judith Kerr as well as the well-known story ‘There’s No Such Thing As A Dragon’ by Jack Kent. Using these stories, they will begin to develop ideas, plan and write their own stories using the character that they created at the end of week 1. During lesson 3, they will also have fun playing a board game with a partner as they practise reading and spelling words containing the /j/ phoneme!
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Last Updated: Jan 17, 2022
Lesson 1: To create an interesting problem for my story

Lesson 2: To plan my own story

Lesson 3: To read and spell words with the phoneme /j/

Lesson 4: To create a good story opening

Lesson 5: To use my ‘writing toolbox’ to complete my story

 

Total Number of Slides: 32

Resources included? Yes

Lesson Plans Included? Yes

If necessary, this PowerPoint can be easily adapted to meet the specific needs of your class. Physical copies of the books would be beneficial, but links are provided.

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