Narrative 1 stories with familiarsetting
Outcomes: R-re-enacta story Y1identifythe main character and setting in a story using evidence from theillustrations and text. Y2planand tell stories based on their own experience
Resources/Texts: Owl Babies, ORT bigbooks
Speak & Listen Objectives:Tellstories and describe incidents from their own experience in anaudible voice
Segmentsounds into their constituent phonemes in order to spell themcorrectly
Composeand write simple sentences independently
Whole Class reading/writing
Guided Group Tasks
Reveal charactersfrom Owl Babies. Read the story to class with ch joining in whereposs.
Red- considersetting and characters. Record in own words.
Blue- draw andlabel characters
Silver- role playwith owls- act story- invent own!
Silver sharetheir story with owl props
Read the storyand pause to talk about the 3 baby owls. Why do they say thesewords?
Silver- draw 3owls and label them.
Orange finishsound s and do a
Red- choose oneof baby owls to describe and consider its character
Blue- role playwith baby owls to re-enact story.- in new room on carpet.
Blue grp to sharestory ideas. Let Silver share theirs from yesterday
Can we tell thestory from the mother owls point of view?
Model opening:it is getting dark. While my babies are still fast asleep I will goand look for some breakfast
Red-writing thenext part of story
Silver- owls artwork
Orange-role play withowls
Red share theirstory endings
Have you evermissed your Mummy? Tell of own experiences.
Blue- discuss ownideas of missing mum. Draw sequence in pictures
Orange-share no wordbooks on 1-1 basis ready for sending home.
Silver- drawpictures to show when you missed your mum. Write:I want mymummy
Sequence story ofowl babies. Record what happens in note form.
Orange-writing table &sounds sheets