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Lesson Three – Story Journeys

This literacy teaching pack for the Foundation Stage gets the children to discuss and record some of the alternative events that might occur in a story based on the narrative of a traditional tale. The class can select and group cvc words that begin with the same initial sounds.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to discuss and record some of the alternative events that might occur in a story based on the narrative of a traditional tale

Learning Objectives

Identify the main characters, events and settings in stories. Segment sounds into their constituent phonemes in order to spell them correctly.

Learning Outcomes

I can describe the main characters, events and settings in a traditional story and suggest alternative ideas. I can group words with the same initial sounds.

Story Journeys

Teaching sequence to help the children discuss and record some of the alternative events that might occur in a story based on the narrative of a traditional tale

The Owl and the Pussy-Cat

Shared reading text to help the children identify the sequence of events and describe characters and settings in a traditional story

Story Sentences

Template to help the children record alternative events that might occur in a story based on the narrative of a traditional tale

Word Trains

Activity cards to help the children select and group sets of vocabulary words that begin with the same initial sounds

Story Journeys

Interactive activity to help the children discuss and record some of the alternative events that might occur in a story based on the narrative of a traditional tale

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to discuss and record some of the alternative events that might occur in a story based on the narrative of a traditional tale

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