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King's Court First School

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11th January

Lesson 1: To re-tell the story of 'Whatever Next?'

 

 

 

Whatever Next! Stories read aloud

Whatever Next! By Jill Murphy. Stories read aloud. Read by The Story Teller. http://youtu.be/6c5cb0u0rPM #readaloud #StorytimeAnytime

Reading Questions: 

Who is the main character?

What does Baby Bear find in the box?

Where did Baby Bear travel?

How did he get there?

Was Baby Bear telling the truth? 

Why did Baby Bear's mum say 'Whatever Next?' 

Challenges: 

 

Bronze: To re-tell the story using actions.

Silver: To use my phonics to write a sentence about the story.

Gold: To re-tell the story using capital letters and full stops.

Activities: 
Lesson 2: To use question marks accurately
Starter Activity: 

Which questions could you ask Baby Bear?

Try to start your questions with: who, what, when, where, how, why

Powerpoint

Can you take a look at the following powerpoint about 'questions'? Please discuss what makes a good question and which punctuation mark should accompany a question. 

Challenges & Main Activity

Bronze: To suggest questions for Baby Bear. 

Silver: To write 5 questions for Baby Bear using question marks.

Gold: To write 10 questions for Baby Bear using question marks. 

 

 

Lesson 3: To describe a setting

For lesson 3, we'll take a look at different settings, using adjectives to describe different places. 

 

 

Challenges: 

Bronze: To use 5 adjectives to describe the setting

Silver: To use 10 amazing adjectives to describe the setting

Gold: To use a thesaurus to describe 2 settings

Activity
Lesson 4: To use adjectives to describe a character

Challenges: 

Bronze: To describe Baby bear using 5 adjectives

Silver: To describe Baby Bear using 10 adjectives

Gold: To use an expanded noun phrase to describe Baby Bear

Activity 
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