Planning Ideas Yr 2 Story Telling into Writing Little Red Riding Hood Nov 07
As a class start to learn The True Story of Little Red Riding Hood with actions.
Guided and indp work focus on retelling using drama/puppets, looking at other versions in books and ICT.
Eg T could work with group to act out story with puppets.
TA could do Pie Corbett Copy Cat activity using and phrases from the True Story with children who might need an extra Sp and Lan focus. Could discuss any unusual vocab with these children such as delicious or jaws. Could orally try to put these words into new sentences.
Sp and list/drama still available eg in role play area (with writing opportunities).
Choice of related writing activities in writing area.
Literacy display relates to class work.
Begin changing the story – substitution – and change story map accordingly.
As you want children to edit/polish their work need to make sure this is modelled and consistent language used/explained so that they are sure about what they are being asked to do. Could be in guided work or plenaries for example.
Evaluate changes to story, discuss and make any adjustments class feel necessary.
Continue changing the story – addition and new ending – again change story map.
NB by now all children will have produced their ‘on the way’ piece or pieces of writing.
Recap new story using story map to retell.
Look at new story map and talk about children creating their own story map.
Using a child’s story map model using it to begin their story.
Recap how to use your story map to write your story. Develop a check list for children to refer which covers punctuation, connectives, adjectives etc.
Children continuing stories. Guided group looks at editing, improving.
Model editing with emphasis on a key point you think your class need might be spelling of key words or full stops or…..
Model using the check list to edit a story.
Children finish stories. Those who have finished can act out new stories together, or practising telling them to each other using their maps as prompts. Make sure each child’s story map and story is kept together, perhaps in a story folder.