5 min Lesson Plan - The Literacy Shed

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The BIG picture?
Essentially this is a guided
reading lesson AF6 with
multi model texts (2nd lesson
using Christmas animated
texts with no dialogue).
Double lesson, after break;
Introduction to use speech in
their narratives.
Differentiation
Adult Support for Las
Pictures given
Has support Mas in
groups (target grouped)
Blooms question grids
Use of T4W to magpie
Teacher Led or Student Led?
Watch film for enjoyment.
What can you tell me?
Watch again with focus:
relationship between B&H
Purpose of text/film? Other
Xmas advets you have
seen? What is the purpose
of adverts? Why is this
not showing items to sell?
Explore:
Oops!
The 5 minute Literacy Plan: 9th Dec 2013 part 1
Engagement?
Objectives
AF6 Identify and comment
on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall
effect of the text on the
reader /viewer
SC: I can say what the
author/
film director wanted
the viewer (me) to feel (and
begin to explain why)
Familiar
Christmas
Animation.
Lure of work
uploaded onto
JL website.
Emotive, Viewpoint, provoke a response, motive, lyrics
along the way….
Teacher Led or Student Led?
Differentiated groups with
Chairperson (Has)
Emotion Graph with pics LA+
MA lower
MA higher quick story board
and emotion caption.
Targeted questions for adults
and chairpersons
Teacher Led or Student Led?
Back together on carpet:
Feedback from chairpersons and
use of PPPB on some selected
questions: see grid PPBP
Back to Why is this not showing
items to sell? Emotive
connection with viewers. Show
JL website with schools uploads
http://www.bringingskillstolife.co.uk/gall
eries/the-bear-and-the-hare/
Stickability!
1. Emotions they
felt as the viewer,
and why JL and other
Xmas ads want them
to feel this way.
SC and A f L
Pose Pause Pounce
Bounce
Questioning and
discussion in groups
see targeted grid
Chairperson feedback
Questions from chn
Success Critera
Teacher Led or Student Led
Use stills app, narrate a scene.
Who’s view point was that?
Children discuss viewpoint
narration of other character.
Repeat with new scene.
How do we include views of the
characters? (2nd part of lesson)
The BIG picture?
Part 2 of double literacy
lesson. With a
comprehensive
understanding of the story
chn will learn how dialogue
improves their writing and
how viewpoints add
dimension and depth.
Differentiation
Support for Las
Pictures given
Has support Mas in
groups
Target group:adult
Use of T4W to
magpie
Teacher Led or Student Led?
Watch film stills.
Chn suggest dialoge that
could be spoken by either
character (write on a
speech bubble/IWB using
an example.
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The 5 minute Literacy Plan: 9th Dec 2013 part 2
Objectives
Recognise viewpoints.
Begin to use dialogue
within a story.
SC:I Use speech marks when
someone is speaking.
Use a new line for a new
speaker.
Engagement?
Familiar
Christmas
Animation.
Lure of work
uploaded onto
JL website.
Dialogue, show not tell, viewpoint synonyms,
Stickability!
Each speaker has
their own bubble.
Adding speech
Gives characters
views and improves
writing level.
SC and A f L
Pose Pause Pounce
Bounce
Questioning and
discussion in groups
Chairperson feedback
Questions from chn
Success Critera
along the way….
Teacher Led or Student Led?
Teacher Led or Student Led?
Give chn pictures of scenes,
with speech bubbles on. Chn
discuss sequence and it’s place
in the plot and discuss first
then add speech for each
animal showing awareness of
the story theme. ?
Back to carpet.
Hot seat one person as the
bear and one as the hare,
choose a still to focus on.
As chn speak, type in text
website. Discuss speech marks
and punctuation in the
bubble/new bubble for a new
speaker.
Teacher Led or Student Led
Chn write a conversation
between the bear and the hare
choosing any part of the
film/or before the film/after
Christamas.
Sue Scribe for LA’s on f/cht
only what they tell you as
iphone conversation.

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