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					                                Weekly literacy framework plan: Narrative Unit 5 Dialogue and Plays

       There is no detailed planning guidance or exemplification on the framework website for this unit so I have created the learning objectives.

Class: Year 3                             Year:                                Term: Summer 2                         Wk ( to )                        Teacher:

Day    Objective          Activity                                                        Independent work/ Success Criteria                 Plenary                    Evaluation
                                                                                          Must: all Should: MA/HA Could: HA
                                                                                LA               MA                HA
M      Use a dictionary   Children need to look up key words related to         MUST: find the SHOULD: find        COULD: explain            Children need to learn
                          the theatre e.g. role, prop, interval                 meanings of      the meanings of how to use                  as many definitions as
       Learn key words    Children can do this in teams.                        words with       words without     dictionaries to           they can. Competition
       related to the     At end of activity go around and see who has          adult support    adult support     those who are             -Ask each team for the
       theatre            the most correct definitions.                                                            finding it difficult      definition of a word
                                                                                                                   and remember the          and record who gets
       D+P001                                                                                                      definitions of many       the most right.
                                                                                                                   of the words
Tu     D+P002             Trip to Polka Children’s Theatre

W      Know the key       Read Aesop’s fable of the Fox and the Goat as         MUST: edit        SHOULD: edit        COULD: extend the      Display work of a child
       features of a      a story and as a playscript.                          direct speech     direct speech to    playscript by adding   who has completed
       playscript         Ask children to discuss differences between the       to be in the      be in the form of   some of their own      the task correctly and
                          two in pairs.                                         form of a         a playscript        ideas                  revise the key features
       Edit direct        Discuss differences between the two as a class:       playscript        (including stage                           of play scripts.
       speech to be in    • you don’t need any speech marks                                       directions)
       the form of a      • you don’t need any words like ‘said’, ‘asked’
       play script        and ‘replied’
                          • you put the person’s name who is speaking
       D+P003             followed by a colon
                          Explain task: on laptops the children need to edit
                          a conversation between a teacher and a child
                          about shadows (our science topic), so that it is
                          changed from direct speech to the form of a
                          playscript.
                          Explain how play scripts often also have stage
                          directions in brackets.
                          Model how to do task.

Th     Comprehension      Read the play script ‘Stone Soup’ as a class.         MUST: answer      SHOULD:             COULD: answer          Give children answer
                          Children answer comprehension questions on            questions         answer              questions requiring    sheets and discuss
       D+P004             ‘Stone Soup’                                          requiring lower   questions           higher order           any questions they still
                                                                                order thinking    requiring lower     thinking skills        do not understand
                                                                                skills            order, and some
                                                                                                  higher order
                                                                                                  thinking skills
F      Grammar             Explain what a prefix is – a group of letters that    MUST: be able       SHOULD:             COULD: look up           Revise what a prefix
                           come before a base word: a base word makes            to pick out the     identify what the   lesson common            is. Go through answer
       Know what a         sense on it own, but a prefix does not.               prefix from         prefix means        prefixes in the          to independent work,
       prefix is and       Give example of ‘un-’ e.g. unhappy, unfriendly.       examples e.g.       e.g. ‘un’ means     dictionary e.g.          addressing any
       some examples       Ask children in pairs to think of as many prefixes    ‘un’ from           not                 ‘trans-‘                 misunderstandings.
                           as they can and record suggestions on the             unhappy
       D+P005              board.




Class: Year 3                              Year:                                Term: Summer 2                           Wk ( to )                        Teacher:

Day    Objective           Activity                                                            Independent work/ Success Criteria                    Plenary                Evaluation
                                                                                               Must: all Should: MA/HA Could: HA
                                                                                   LA                  MA               HA
M      Write opening       Explain that we are going to be writing and             MUST: write the SHOULD:              COULD: include               Read through
       scene for a play    performing a play that follows the stages of the        opening scene       include the      details to make the          playscript, checking
                           Viking Quest game on BBC website (split into 4          of a play script    features of a    play specific to             for spelling or
       Know and use        scenes of leaving home, the journey and landing,                            playscript       Viking times and             punctuation errors
       the features of a   the battle with the monks, returning home to your                                            life                         and seeing if stage
       playscript          chieftain)                                                                                                                directions could be
                           Go through key features of a playscript:                                                                                  added in
       D+P006                   List of characters
                                Speaker’s name: lines (without speech
                                    marks)
                                Stage directions in brackets
                                Role of a narrator
                           Discuss what Vikings would be doing / ideas for
                           what might be happening in this scene and record
                           on IWB.
                           Write short model as a class to show what a good
                           script looks like
                           Children can refer to mind maps that they created
                           about different aspects of Viking life to add
                           accurate historical detail
Tu     Comprehension       Read the play script ‘Stone Soup’ as a class.           MUST: answer         SHOULD:             COULD: answer            Give children
                           Children answer comprehension questions on              questions            answer              questions requiring      answer sheets and
       D+P007              ‘Stone Soup’                                            requiring lower      questions           higher order             discuss any
                                                                                   order thinking       requiring lower     thinking skills          questions they still
                                                                                   skills               order, and some                              do not understand
                                                                                                        higher order
                                                                                                        thinking skills
W      Write the           Explain that we are going to be writing the next     MUST: write the     SHOULD:                COULD: include        Read through
       journey and         scene in our playscript.                             journey and         include the            details to make the   playscript, checking
       arrival scene for   Revise key features of play scripts.                 arrival scene of    features of a          play specific to      for spelling or
       a play              Discuss what Vikings would be doing in this scene    a play script       playscript             Viking times and      punctuation errors
                           / ideas for what might happen and record on IWB.                                                life                  and seeing if stage
       Know and use        Write short model as a class to show what a good                                                                      directions could be
       the features of a   script looks like.                                                                                                    added in
       playscript          Children continue their playscript.
                           Children can refer to posters they created about
       D+P008              different aspects of Viking life to add accurate
                           historical detail
Th     Grammar             Explain what a suffix is – a group of letters that   MUST: be able       SHOULD: i be           COULD: think of       Revise what a
                           come after a base word: a base word makes            to add the          able to add the        their own examples    suffix is. Go
       Know what a         sense on it own, but a suffix does not.              correct suffix to   correct suffix to      of words with         through answer to
       suffix is and       Give example of ‘ly’ e.g. slowly, friendly.          a base word         a base word            suffixes              independent work,
       some examples       Ask children in pairs to think of as many suffixes   with adult          without adult                                addressing any
                           as they can and record suggestions on the board.     support             support                                      misunderstandings.
       D+P009
F      Write the battle    Explain that we are going to be writing the next     MUST: write the     SHOULD:                COULD: include        Read through
       scene for a play    scene in our playscript.                             battle scene of     include the            details to make the   playscript, checking
                           Revise key features of play scripts.                 a play script       features of a          play specific to      for spelling or
       Know and use        Discuss what Vikings would be doing in this scene                        playscript             Viking times and      punctuation errors
       the features of a   / ideas for what might happen and record on IWB.                                                life                  and seeing if stage
       playscript          Write short model as a class to show what a good                                                                      directions could be
                           script looks like                                                                                                     added in
       D+P010              Children continue their playscript.
                           Children can refer to posters they created about
                           different aspects of Viking life to add accurate
                           historical detail


Class: Year 3                              Year:                           Term: Summer 2                               Wk ( to )                     Teacher:

Day    Objective           Activity                                                         Independent work/ Success Criteria                   Plenary                Evaluation
                                                                                            Must: all Should: MA/HA Could: HA
                                                                                 LA                   MA                   HA
M      Write the           Explain that we are going to be writing the next      MUST: write the SHOULD: include           COULD:                Practice performing
       returning home /    scene in our playscript.                              returning home / the features of a        include               this scene of the
       settling scene      Revise key features of play scripts.                  settling scene of playscript              details to            play and make any
       for a play          Discuss what Vikings would be doing / ideas for       a play script                             make the              changes to the
                           what could happen in this scene and record on                                                   play specific         script that arise in
       Know and use        IWB.                                                                                            to Viking             light of the
       the features of a   Write short model as a class to show what a good                                                times and life        performance
       playscript          script looks like.
                           Children continue their playscript.
       D+P011              Children can refer to posters they created about
                           different aspects of Viking life to add accurate
                           historical detail
Tu   Comprehension        Read the play script ‘Thor’s Hammer’ (which is          MUST: answer        SHOULD: answer        COULD:            Give children
                          based on a Viking myth) as a class.                     questions           questions requiring   answer            answer sheets and
     D+P012               Children answer comprehension questions on              requiring lower     lower order, and      questions         discuss any
                          ‘Thor’s Hammer’                                         order thinking      some higher order     requiring         questions they still
                                                                                  skills              thinking skills       higher order      do not understand
                                                                                                                            thinking skills
W    Through role-        Children choose a scenario from several choices to      MUST: write a       SHOULD: write in      COULD:            In pairs, children
     play and drama       create and perform a short drama for a child trying     persuasive role-    the style of a        include           practice performing
     explore              to persuade a parent:                                   play                playscript            persuasive        the drama
     particular                 To let them stay up late                                                                   strategies
     persuasive                 To buy them a toy
     scenarios (e.g. a          To let them not do their homework
     parent                     To let them go round to a friends house
     persuading a         Children to jointly write the drama in mixed ability
     reluctant child to   pairs in the form of a playscript.
     go to bed) and       What strategies might the child use:
     discuss the               Throw a tantrum
     effectiveness of          Offer to do something valuable e.g.
     different                housework
     strategies used           Pestering
     (Taken from
                               Bringing up things from the past e.g. ‘but you
     previous unit
                              never got me the toy last time either’
     ‘Information
     Texts’)

     Write a short
     play script to be
     performed

     D+P013
Th   Grammar              Revise what a noun is (a thing). Explain how we         MUST: fill in the   SHOULD: fill in the   COULD: fill       Go through correct
                          can use a pronoun to replace a noun e.g. John           missing pronoun     missing pronoun       in missing        answers to work,
     Pronouns             plays football. He is very good at it.                  from a choice of    without a choice of   possessive        addressing any
                          Ask children to think of as many pronouns as they       pronouns            pronouns              pronouns          misunderstandings
     D+P014               can in partners.
                          Children complete worksheet where they need to
                          replace a noun with a pronoun.

F    Give a dramatic      Discuss what makes a good:                              MUST: perform       SHOULD: give          COULD:            Discuss what we
     performance               dramatic performance                              a drama and         feedback to other     improve their     did well as a class
                               audience                                          watch others’       pairs                 own               and what we could
     Appreciate the            piece of constructive feedback                    performances                              performance       have done better
     performance of       Children practice their drama.                                                                    based on
     others and give      Children perform their drama to another pair who                                                  feedback
     constructive         give feedback.
     feedback             Children perform their drama to the rest of the class
                          who give feedback
     D+P015
Children who cannot access the comprehension text because they are EAL or because of gaps in their phonic knowledge (low level 2bs or below this)
should take part in a catch up reading scheme, such as ReadWriteInc. See Brooks (2007) by Googling ‘Brooks, G. (2007) What works for pupils with
literacy difficulties?’ for a review of available programmes and their effectiveness.

				
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