Lesson Plan Four by 7J2cb2


									Lesson Four – Lesson Plan            Date -                Class -

Learning Objectives

1. To read aloud with intonation and expression appropriate to the grammar and punctuation (sentences,
speech marks, exclamation marks) Y2:T2 SL2
2. To secure the use of simple sentences in own writing Y2:T2 SL9
3. To identify and discuss characters, expressing own views and using words and phrases from texts
Y2:T2 TL6
4. To secure the reading and spelling of words containing different spellings of the long vowel phonemes
from Year 1 Y2:T2WL1

Share the PowerPoint showing learning objectives, activities and success criteria with the children.
Phonic Activity (word level work) - choose one of the Textease phonic activities or an appropriate
activity from Progression in Phonics (PiPs).
 Main Part of the Lesson
Text Level – Whole class reading of two versions of Little Red Riding Hood
Version one (the traditional fairy story) www.britishcouncil.org/kids-stories-red-riding-hood.htm
Version two (an alternative version) http://ikidz_mag.tripod.com/stories/rrhood.html

Begin written work with a whole class writing activity (with an adult or a child as scribe). Draw a Venn
diagram on an interactive whiteboard and use to compare the two versions of Little Red Riding Hood. Ask
the children which version they prefer and why. Do they know any other traditional tales which have been
changed? e.g. Cinderboy, Jack and the Beanstack.
 Independent group(s)
Who an I? Writing sentences that give information about a character without giving the name e.g. Who am
I? I live with my two ugly sisters and I have a fairy godmother.
 Computer Activity (more able group, including G&T)
 Changing a word processed text of Little Red Riding Hood into an alternative version (using Textease or
 Word). Ask the children to save their work to use in the plenary (this group will probably need additional
 time to complete this activity).
 Ask some of the children who have written ‘Who am I?’ sentences to read their work to the rest of the
 class who can then work out who the character is.
 Choose one of the Little Red Riding Hood texts that have been saved and display on an interactive
 whiteboard. Discuss how the text has been changed and ask the rest of the class to predict the ending.
 Return to learning objectives and ask which have been achieved (use traffic lights).

Phoneme, vowel digraph, character, character profile, describe, adjective, plot, setting, ‘fat’ and ‘skinny’
questions, question mark, traditional tale, fairy story, alternative version, sentences, learning objectives

Resources                                               ICT – as resources and activities
Computers and interactive whiteboard, phonic
activity, prepared text for computer activity, links    Homework -
to different versions of a story


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