Uses a willow pattern plate to inspire oral storytelling; then students create own plate; annotate and then write a description of the setting using expressive language. Handouts include peer-review/feedback sheet; which students then respond to by improving their original writing. (stories in other cultures - have audio link to the ‘real’ willow pattern story and a video link on ‘word order’ and retaining meaning.) 4 Learning Objectives: To use visual prompts to tell stories. To describe a setting. To peer review and feedback (talk for writing). To edit and improve own writing.
Colour A4 printable with marking symbols that are recorded against learning objective/aim when you mark. Make your marking faster and more meaningful! :-) To display in classroom for pupils to refer to.
Suitable for Y4. Printable friction word mat to place on tables to encourage pupils to use scientific vocabulary in their explanations.
Could print for display too. www.schoolslinks.co.uk have good friction display. Have accompanying questions in this style for display too, if interested post me. s:-)
A simple powerpoint ‘the magical object’ designed to inspire storytelling in KS1. Self-composed story intro with 3 options to continue.. then story to be continued by children. Models L2+ writing as expected in Y2.
2 worksheets - both widgit questions - one for symbol answers (page 3 - symbol choices) and one for pupils who are able to write.
Text file is a simple single A4 page (pdf). Straightforward comprehension - retrieval.