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Lesson Six – Blog Page

This computing teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to select and combine a range of text and graphics to produce a blog page about favourite toys. The children can review their completed blog pages against a set of success criteria and suggest future improvements.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and combine a range of text and graphics to produce a blog page about favourite toys

Learning Objectives

Use technology purposefully to create and store digital content. Review and suggest changes and improvements to published information.

Learning Outcomes

I can combine images and text to publish information on a specific topic. I can suggest changes to improve published information.

Blog Page

Teaching sequence to help the children select and combine a range of text and graphics to produce a blog page about favourite toys

Teddy Bear

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children describe how to publish information on a blog page about a favourite toy

Blog Review

Template to help the children to evaluate and suggest improvements to the information published in a blog page about a favourite toy

Blog Page

Interactive activity to help the children select and combine a range of text and graphics to produce a blog page about favourite toys

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and combine a range of text and graphics to produce a blog page about favourite toys

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