Unit Title: Short Stories/ StorytellingUnit Title: Short Stories/ Storytelling
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Bar-Ilan University Parshat Vayetze 5773/November 9, 2013 Parashat Hashavua Study CenterBar-Ilan University Parshat Vayetze 5773/November 9, 2013 Parashat Hashavua Study Center
Studies, Paul and Helene Shulman Basic Jewish Studies Center, and the Office of the Campus Rabbi. Published on the Internet under the sponsorship of Bar-Ilan University's International Center for Jewish Identity
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Literacy Unit Summary PlanLiteracy Unit Summary Plan
Children will produce a written version of the story ending, using a comic strip style
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Literacy Unit Summary PlanLiteracy Unit Summary Plan
In order that children make effective progress in core skills across the year, it is important that these Strands are planned for in every unit
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100 Ideas for Plenaries100 Ideas for Plenaries
Create a mnemonic which reflects the meaning of a new word or term you have learnt today
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Literacy Year R/1: Summer b – Weeks 1-3 Narrative: Unit 4a fantasy WorldsLiteracy Year R/1: Summer b – Weeks 1-3 Narrative: Unit 4a fantasy Worlds
These plans run alongside a structured synthetic phonics programme: Code-Breakers, which fits the Rose criteria, available from the English section of Hamilton site
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The Burroughs Maniac MuseumThe Burroughs Maniac Museum
You have many choices of projects, so choose one you know you would be good at and are interested in
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Wendy Otto Pliska The Jabberwocky… by Lewis CarrollWendy Otto Pliska The Jabberwocky… by Lewis Carroll
Then, create questions you could use with students to prompt them to use all six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy when reading and digesting this story
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Adhyatma Ramayana, The Spiritual Version of the Story of Sri RamaAdhyatma Ramayana, The Spiritual Version of the Story of Sri Rama
Ramayana unlocks a gateway leading the readers in an any part of the globe to encounter with the world-view of a great civilization that both resembles
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St Aidan’s Primary School Year 2 Targets forSt Aidan’s Primary School Year 2 Targets for
In answering the questions, support your child in discussing the main events in the story. For example, ‘what happened at the beginning, middle and end of the story’?
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Literacy Year 2 Week beginning 15th September Stories with familiar settings (2 wks)Literacy Year 2 Week beginning 15th September Stories with familiar settings (2 wks)
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Ncdpi – aig instructional Resource: Background InformationNcdpi – aig instructional Resource: Background Information
Rl 2 Recount stories from fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral
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Standards Alignment Guide: Grade 6 Reading Literature and Informational Text Reading LiteratureStandards Alignment Guide: Grade 6 Reading Literature and Informational Text Reading Literature
Rl 1: Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text
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Short story terms elements of plot developmentShort story terms elements of plot development
Antagonist: the force or forces in the conflict arranged against the protagonist; literally meaning, “one who struggles against.”
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Term 1 Focus: (The Rainbow Fish) and Traditional Tales DateTerm 1 Focus: (The Rainbow Fish) and Traditional Tales Date
Woodlands Park… a place for everyone. Together we are inspired to grow, learn and achieve
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