PHASE 4– going further (practicing new skills/mastering learning) Show Clothes again & click on ‘Lists’ the second symbol down. Show the shopping list for clothes. Click on the final item to change the list. Discuss how we can write a shopping list for the clothes we want to buy. Brainstorm ideas of other items that might be included. Record useful words. Point out (if the chn have not already done so!) that the last item on the list is not something you can wear! Why might that be included? Note how the list is laid out, with a new item on each line Planned experience: and no full stops as these are not sen- Chn write a shopping list for clothes. Encourage chn to use the word bank on the tables and to sound out other tences. words to spell them. Chn must include a descriptive word with one or more of their items, e.g. a stripy TOpportunities for assessment shirt, a red dress? Challenge Y2 to write at least 10 items. When they have finished they can add one tasty treat to Can children identify different cloththeir lists as a reward! Read through some of the lists ing. Ask for something in different together. Volunteers share some of the descriptive weather types, can children link the words they added. clothes to it? TA/Teacher Roles: DR—Assist Y1 with adjectives inc. shape, colour design etc Date: WB—5.10.15 Subject Focus: Literacy Class 2 Planned experience: Give one T-shirt (with a letter pinned to each A to PHASE 3 - considering and connecting L) to each mixed age/ability group of 4 chn and explain that they will read the labels and fill in a table. Each (introducing new learning) Look at the first screen of the Animat- group a chd records the information, but all should agree what to put in each column. Rotate T-shirts around the ed Facts: Clothes. Look at the labels down the left hand side – what do the groups, so that chn study at least 5. symbols stand for? (see resources too Plenary: Were the labels always in the same place in the T-shirts? Ask questions about chn’s findings. for more detail in case other symbols are found on T-shirts!) Can chn guess? TA/Teacher Roles: They are all to do with cleaning a garTA/DR to monitor mixed ability groups and how ment. We can also find out other they’re recording data things from labels – what material it is made from (e.g. cotton), what size or age it is for (e.g. size 12, 120cm, age 5-6), and where it was made (e.g. China) and its brand name. Use the word label to discuss spelling the /l/ sound at the end Opportunities for assessment Can children guess what the symbols mean? PHASE 1- tuning in and finding out (discovery, inquiry & exploration) Show chn some simple posters – either available in school or online examples (see websites below) or see resources. Ask chn what these posters do – they give us a VERY simple message, tell us ONE thing. Discuss other posters around school or ones they have seen in the local community. What messages do/did they give? Look in detail at one of the posters & ask chn some questions. How many words are there? What colours have been Planned experience: used? Does it catch your eye? Do you Show chn two posters . Ask what these two posters do. want to read it? Look at the style of They stop people coming into their bedroom or their writing – it is very clear and easy to space at home (perhaps their ‘part’ of a bedroom). Exread. Which poster do chn like the plain that chn will design their own door poster – they best? Why? will do the writing first and then add the drawing afterwards Point out to more able the use of exclamation Opportunities for assessment marks on most of the posters. Explain how exclamation Can children identify the key aspects marks can be used at the end of a sentence instead of a to a poster? When is a poster used? full stop.. TA/Teacher Roles: TA to assist Y1 in forming their ideas. DR to assist Y2 in vocabulary and punctuation Planned experience: Discuss favourite clothing—Chn answer questions about their own favourite items of clothing & ask questions about your favourite item of clothing. Write these . Group readingCircle/Square: Chn read Boris and the Bug Triangles/Rectangle: Chn re-read The Favourite T-shirt Ovals: Read The Sad Donkey Ask chn how characters feel at points in the book— review empathy TA/Teacher Roles: TA to assist Circle/Square. DR to assist Triangle/ Rectangl KLQ: What is the difference between fiction and non-fiction? PHASE 2 - sorting out and pondering (reflecting on previous phase) Read & show The Favourite T-shirt to chn. Relate what happens to the child in the story to chn’s own experiences. ? Discuss how important it is to sometimes be allowed to wear something we like. Describeand show a favoured item. Encourage chn to ask questions about your favourite piece of clothing What makes a good ques- tion? What would you like to find out? Opportunities for assessment Can children identify the properties of a good question? Can children describe objects?