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Lesson Two – Story Voices

This literacy teaching pack for the Foundation Stage gets the children to select dialogue and voices to represent some of the different characters that feature in a traditional story. The children can make lists of words that end in the same final phoneme sound for different letters of the alphabet.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select dialogue and voices to represent some of the different characters that feature in a traditional story

Learning Objectives

Identify and describe the main characters in traditional stories. Match rhymes for words with the same final phonemes.

Learning Outcomes

I can say the dialogue that might be spoken by characters in a story. I can list words that end in the same final sounds.

Story Voices

Teaching sequence to help the children select dialogue and voices to represent some of the different characters that feature in a traditional story

Story Bubbles

Template to help the children select and record dialogue that could have been spoken by different characters in a traditional story

Alphabet Cards

Activity cards to help the children select and record lists of vocabulary words that end with the same final phonemes

Story Voices

Interactive activity to help the children select dialogue and voices to represent some of the different characters that feature in a traditional story

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select dialogue and voices to represent some of the different characters that feature in a traditional story

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