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Literacy Y2 Poetry Unit 3 Silly Stuff

                                   This unit is aimed at children in Year 2.

                                   A selection of resources to support the teaching of Literacy strategy, Poetry  Unit 3 Silly Stuff.

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

 

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Resource Name

Format

Objectives

Resource Details

 

Tongue Twisters

(8 pages)

1 Speaking

To speak with clarity when reciting texts

9 Creating and shaping texts

Draw on knowledge and experience in texts to decide what to write

Tongue twisters - sentences and poems to repeat quickly. Write sets of words beginning with given letter say them quickly. Make up sentences with given words starting with same letter say them quickly.

A Young Lady of Lynn

(1 page)

2 Listening and responding

To respond to presentations

Listen to the limerick, read it, answer questions about it, explain a limerick

I raised a great hullabaloo

(1 page)

2 Listening and responding

To respond to presentations

Listen to the limerick, read it, answer questions about it

Making up poems

 (2 pages)

2 Listening and responding

Respond to presentations constructively

Making up rhymes about food discuss and explore words to fit in, listen to I like eating poem make up own words. List of food rhyming words.

Silly Poems

(4 pages)

2 Listening and responding

To respond to presentations

To comment constructively

Silly poems to discuss what is wrong, make comments, try to read themselves

Practise being a poet

(2 pages)

3 Group discussion and interaction

To listen to each others views and preferences

Verses made up about Yankee Doodle to complete. Take turns, discuss, comment, give alternatives

Find the antonym

 (6 pages)

5 Word recognition

To read high /medium frequency words independently and automatically

Three dice to make all with high frequency words for Y1/2. List of opposites to read and match to the dice words. Make sentences.

 Write the word

(1 page)

5 Word recognition

To spell with increasing accuracy and independence

Look at the word in the first column, write one which sounds the same but is spelt differently, write a word which rhymes with the word.

Sentences choose the word

 (2 pages)

6 Word structure and spelling

To draw on knowledge of word structure and patterns

Sentences with a choice of two words sounding the same with different meaning fit one into the sentence

Words that sound the same

(2 pages)

6 Word structure and spelling

To draw on knowledge of word structure and patterns

Sentences with words that sound the same find the words and write sentences.

Make the other sets of sentences make sense

Choose the word

(2 pages)

7 Understanding and interpreting text

To explore how particular words are used

Choose the correct word from two which sound the same but have different spellings

 Find the words that sound the same

(2 pages)

7 Understanding and interpreting text

To explore expressions with similar meanings

Cut out the words and match those that sound the same but are spelt differently

Nursery rhymes and variations

(2 page)

8 Engaging and responding to texts

To explain their reaction to texts

4 nursery rhymes as normal with variations of each for discussion and comments

Riddles

 (3 pages)

8 Engaging and responding to texts

Comment on important aspects

Work out what the riddles are 3 pages each a little harder than previous. Children comment on how they are made and make own

Finish off the rhymes

(1 page)

9 Creating and shaping texts

To make adventurous word and language choices appropriate to the style of the text

Fill in the missing rhyming word 12 four lined rhymes  - children can finish with obvious rhyme or perhaps a more unusual one

Fill in the words in the rhymes

(4 pages)

5 Word recognition

To read independently and with increasing fluency longer, less familiar texts

9 Creating and shaping texts

To make adventurous word and language choices appropriate to the style of the text

Fill in the words of the rhymes slightly more difficult text than above (answers on last pages

Write your own nursery rhyme

(2 pages)

9 Creating and shaping texts

To make adventurous word and language choices appropriate to the style of the text

Nursery rhymes to change some of the words but have the same rhyming lines

 

 

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