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Literacy Narrative Unit 2  – Stories with predictable and patterned language.

 

This unit is aimed at children in Year 1.

A selection of resources to support the teaching of Literacy strategy, Narrative Unit 2 – Stories with predictable and patterned language.

 - Story used 'The Gruffalo' by Julia Donaldson

For a complete list of what's included see the table below. Numbers in red show the number for learning objectives in the Narrative block   

Files Included in this Download

Resource Name

Format

Objectives

Resource Details

The Gruffalo Story

(15 slides)

 

2 Listening and responding

To listen with sustained concentration

 To build new stores of words

The whole story with words on a PowerPoint Presentation

Masks

(5 pages)

4 Drama

To explore themes and characters

Black and white masks from characters in the story. Colour and use to act out story

Alliteration and adjectives

(2 pages)

5 Word recognition

To recognise and use alternative ways of spelling the graphemes already taught

Give alliterative names for the characters in the story. Describe the characters using two adjectives

Rhyming words

(1 page)

5 Word recognition

 To apply phonic knowledge and skill to spell unfamiliar words

Find and spell rhyming words to go with the pictures of the animals in the story

Find words that rhyme

(1 page)

5 Word recognition

 To apply phonic knowledge and skill to spell unfamiliar words

Use the words from the description of the Gruffalo to find words that rhyme with them

Cards and words

(6 pages)

5 Word recognition

To read more challenging text using phonic knowledge and skills

Cards of the pictures in the book. Two sets of words – one more difficult- to match to the cards. Cut out and match.

Missing words

(1 page)

5 Word recognition

To read more challenging text using phonic knowledge and skills

Use the words to fill in the gaps in the sentences about the story

High frequency words in the story

(2 pages)

5 Word recognition

To recognise an increasing number of high frequency words

List of high frequency words from Yr and Y1 to 2- to use for practice or assessment

Match the ‘oo’ and ea sounds

(1 page)

5 Word recognition

To read more challenging text using phonic knowledge and skills

Cut out the words with ‘oo’ or ‘ea’. Put them into the correct column for pronunciation

What word ‘oo’?

( 1 page)

5 Word recognition

To read more challenging text using phonic knowledge and skills

Add oo to these letters make some words.

Draw a picture to show what each word means

How the mouse tricked the animals

(1 page)

7 Understanding and interpreting text

 To identify the main events and characters in the story

Answer the questions how the mouse tricked each of the animals

How is the Gruffalo different?

(1 page)

7 Understanding and interpreting text

 To identify the main events and characters in the story

Finish of the sentences to explain how the Gruffalo is different from other animals

The Gruffalo –one word description

(1 page)

 

9 Creating and shaping texts

To use key features of narrative in their own writing

Use one word to describe the Gruffalo using the pictures on the sheet

Fill in the description of the Gruffalo

 (1 page)

 

 

9 Creating and shaping texts

To find and use new and interesting words and phrases

Finish off the sentences to give an adjective to describe the features of the Gruffalo

What are they saying?

(3 pages)

 

9 Creating and shaping texts

To create short simple texts which combine words with images

Pictures of the characters in the story with bubbles to write in what they might be saying

The beginning and end of the story

(1 page)

 

10 Text structure and organisation

To write chronological texts using simple structures

Draw a picture about the beginning and the end of the story – use capital letters and full stops

Favourite part

(1 page)

11 Sentence structure and punctuation

To compose and write simple sentences independently to communicate meaning

Draw and write about the favourite part of the story

Write sentences about the Gruffalo

(1 page)

11 Sentence structure and punctuation

To use capital letters and full stops when punctuating simple sentences

Write a full sentence to go with the part of the Gruffalo shown on the pictures.

 

 

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