ALBERT BRADBEER JUNIOR SCHOOL Core Subjects MEDIUM TERM PLANNING Class: 3F Topic: Traditional stories & Character portraits Subject: Literacy Year: 3 Time Allocation: 5 hrs Week Prog of Learning Objective Lesson Content Differentiation Homework Beg Study LO2: To identify typical ‘Robin Hood meets Little John’ Discuss Write an outline of story plot in story themes concepts of storyboards-focus on descrip of order under sub-headings of action & 5th LO6: To plan main points action, dialogue, setting & phrase. Sequence setting. Spellings Jan as a structure for story writing story. Model how to write a first paragraph Write plot of storyboard in para- Set 1 2004 LO7: To describe & using the setting & action sentences, dialog- graphs-include setting, speech, action. (4 days) sequence key incidents in a ue & useful phrase. ‘Robin Hood to the Under sub-headings plan an out- variety of ways rescue’ Discuss how storyboards are used line of plot following order of events. LO10: To write to tell the plot. Model how to plan the story Develop a sequel to the original alternative sequels to outline. Examine sequence of events – story using opening sentence. traditional stories setting, & action to develop outline of story. Use same setting & characters for a sequel. LO2: To identify typical ‘Hansel & Gretel’ Discuss text focusing on Set key ideas out as a chart with story themes the story theme of good over evil. Describe focus on theme of good v evil. LO6: To plan main points key ideas within story plot & select main Map out plot following the story Spellings 12 th as a structure for story writing points. ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ Discuss sequence. Include descrip of actions. Set 2 LO7: To describe & presentation of story as comic strip looking Sequence key incidents from the Jan sequence key incidents in a at speech, use of illust & organise plot into story as a storyboard in four sections 2004 variety of ways four key ideas. Compare format to stories with setting, action & dialogue. LO10: To write focusing on character types, illust & theme Develop a sequel to original story alternative sequels to & suggest different endings. ‘What made giving a different ending. traditional stories Tiddalik laugh’ Consider features common Plot the five key events as a story to folk tales-fact/fiction, origin, story focus. map using arrows to show sequ. order. LO2: To identify typical ‘St George & the dragon’ Consider stages Make up own storyboard using story themes in plot & ways they are reflected in the main points within each paragraph & LO6: To plan main points paragraphs. ‘Brer Rabbit & the Tar Baby’ plot conclusion. Spellings 19 th as a structure for story writing Discuss main points of plot within each Retell the story in a different cont- Set 3 Jan LO7: To describe & paragraph & plot development. ‘James & ext setting out main points as a chart. sequence key incidents in a the Rain’ Examine how the ideas are Continue the pattern within text 2004 variety of ways developed through use of dialogue & rhyme using own set of animals & games. focusing on rainy day games. Discuss use of Publish work as a storyboard 1st & rhyme & repetition to develop ideas within 2nd part in the form of a film reel. the narrative. Share examples of chn’s work Publish work as a storyboard 3rd & focusing on use of dialogue to tell story. 4th part in the form of a film reel. LO1: investigate styles ‘What made Tiddalik laugh’ Brainstorm Write a series of sentences describ- & voices of trad story lang adjectives to describe Tiddalik’s character, ing Tiddalik from the perspective of LO2: To identify typical to evaluate behav & justify views. Explain platypus to evaluate views. 26th story themes how to write own folk tale, present a probl - Work in pairs to plan own folk tale Spellings LO3: To identify/discuss -em & demo how to plan ideas in note form in note form on planning board. Set 4 Jan 2004 main & recurring characters on planning board. Discuss what happens at Convert notes to write each stage LO9: To write story plan each stage of plot & model how to use plans of the folk tale with refer to key points. -own myth, fable or trad story to write the story. Review examples of chns Continue with folk tales, including LO17: To make clear work; is the story set out as a sequel? ‘The story opening, ending & paragraphs. notes Good Friend’ Examine key ideas in para- Make a plan for the story using graphs, openings & time sequence phrases. format set out in sub-headings. LO3: To identify & ‘The BFG’ Examine key words which des- Write a description of the BFG discuss main & recurring cribe appearance & behaviour of the BFG. focusing on character & behaviour. characters ‘George’s Marvelous Medicine’ Highlight Describe grandma’s looking at Spellings nd 2 LO8: To write portraits key vocabulary used to describe character & appearance & attitude towards George. Set 5 of characters & present in a appearance of grandma. ‘Fantastic Mr Develop a new character based on Feb variety of ways Fox’ Draw parallels between the characters a fourth farmer similar to authors style. 2004 of the three farmers looking at similarities Create a character profile of a son & differ. ‘The Twits’ Explore key elements or daughter of the Twits. used to develop a description of the central Develop a description of the ugly characters. ‘Cinderella’ Describe appearan- sisters focusing on appearance & ce & behaviour of the two sisters. character. LO3: To identify & ‘True Story of the 3 Little Pigs’ Consider Retell the story from different discuss main & recurring whether the wolf is good or bad with refer- perspectives reflecting Wolfs character characters ence to the text. ‘ Jim & the Meanstalk’ Write portrait character of the Spellings th 9 LO8: To write portraits Consider how the Giant’s character & Giant in a variety of ways. Set 6 of characters & present in a appearance develops within the story plot. Invent another character called Feb variety of ways ‘The Dragon & the Cockerel’ Highlight the Mojo Bird using descriptive 2004 the physical & behavioural characteristics phrases about its appearance. of the dragon & the cockrel. Consider use of Develop description of the Mojo images to describe the characters. ‘Foxy Bird - where it lives & what it eats. Tales’ Consider & discuss the character of Write character portraits of the the foxes & crow in each of the stories. foxes & the crow from the stories.
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