Narrative 1 Text Resource 1

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Literacy Year 2 New Framework Plan: Summer – Weeks 1-3
Narrative: Unit 3 Different stories by same author
This theme compares the story books written/illustrated by Anthony Browne. Chn identify common features in his books &
use them & the internet to create an author profile. Chn then study other authors & give preferences for the books they
have read.
Strands 1-4
Strands 5-6 Strands 7-10
Strands 11-12
Week
Speaking/Listening/Drama
Word Level
Text Level
Sentence/Presentation
1
2
1c. Explain ideas using imaginative and
adventurous vocabulary.
2a. Listen to others in class and ask
relevant questions.
3a. Ensure that everyone contributes,
allocates tasks, & consider alternatives
and reach agreement.
3b. Work effectively in groups by
ensuring that each group member takes
a turn challenging, supporting, moving on.
3c. Listen to each other’s
views/preferences, agree the next steps
to take and identify contributions by
each group member.
1a. Speak with clarity, use appropriate
intonation when reading/reciting texts.
2a. Listen to others in class and ask
relevant questions.
2b. Listen to talk by an adult, remember
some specific points and identify what
they have learned.
2c. Respond to presentations by
describing characters commenting
constructively.
3a. Ensure that everyone contributes,
allocate tasks and consider alternatives
and reach agreement.
5a. Read
independently
and with
increasing
fluency longer
and less familiar
texts.
5c. Know how to
tackle words
that are not
completely
decodable.
5a. Read
independently
and with
increasing
fluency longer
and less familiar
texts.
5c. Know how to
tackle words
that are not
completely
decodable.
5e. Read high
7a. Draw together ideas and information
from across a whole text, using simple
signposts in the text.
7b. Give some reasons why things happen or
characters change.
8a. Read whole books on their own, choosing
and justifying selections.
8b. Engage with books through exploring
and enacting interpretations.
8c. Explain their reactions to texts,
commenting on important aspects.
9e. Select from different presentational
features to suit particular writing
processes.
7a. Draw together ideas from across a
whole text using simple signposts in the
text.
7b. Give some reasons why things happen
and characters change.
7d. Use syntax and context to build their
store of vocabulary when reading for
meaning.
8a. Read whole books on their own, choosing
and justifying selections.
8b. Engage with books through exploring
and enacting interpretations.
8c. Explain their reactions to texts,
© Original resource copyright Hamilton Trust, 2008 who give permission for it to be adapted as wished by individual users.
11. Write simple and
compound sentences.
12. Write legibly, using
upper and lower case letters
appropriately within words,
and observing correct
spacing within and between
words.
Y2 N Unit 3 – Sum – Weeks 1 – 3
Literacy Year 2 New Framework Plan: Summer – Weeks 1-3
Narrative: Unit 3 Different stories by same author
3
Themes
3b. Work effectively in groups by
ensuring that each group member takes
a turn challenging, supporting and moving
on.
3c. Listen to each other’s views and
preferences, agree the next steps to
take and identify contributions by each
group member.
4a. Adopt appropriate roles in small or
large groups and consider alternative
courses of action.
4b. Present part of traditional stories,
their own stories or work drawn from
different parts of the curriculum for
members of their own class.
3b. Work effectively in groups by
ensuring that each group member takes
a turn challenging, supporting & moving
on.
3c. Listen to each other’s views and
preferences, agree the next steps to
take & identify contributions by each
group member.
and medium
frequency
words
independently.
commenting on important aspects.
6a. Spell with
9a. Draw on knowledge and experience of
11b. Compose sentences
increasing
texts in deciding and planning what and how
using tense consistently
accuracy and
to write.
(present and past).
confidence,
9b. Sustain form in narrative, including use
12a. Write legibly, using
drawing on word of person and time.
upper and lower case letters
recognition and
9d. Make adventurous word & language
appropriately within words,
knowledge of
choices appropriate to the style & purpose
and observing correct
word structure, of the text.
spacing within and between
and spelling
10a. Use planning to establish clear sections words.
patterns
for writing.
12c. Word-process short
including
10b. Use appropriate language to make
narrative & non-narrative
common
sections hang together.
texts.
inflections and
the use of
double letters.
Authors, characterisation, descriptive writing, discussion text, editing own work, evidence from text, fantasy stories, handwriting,
narrative, oral discussion, punctuation, reports, research, re-telling stories, reviewing, role play, sentence structure, speaking & listening,
story openings, story structure, text-oral story comparison, use of ICT for presentation.
© Original resource copyright Hamilton Trust, 2008 who give permission for it to be adapted as wished by individual users.
Y2 N Unit 3 – Sum – Weeks 1 – 3
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