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Literacy Y2 Narrative Unit 4 – Extended stories/Significant authors

                                   This unit is aimed at children in Year 2.

                                   A selection of resources to support the teaching of Literacy strategy, Narrative, unit 4 – Extended stories/Significant authors.

                                   - Story used 'The Owl who was afraid of the dark' by Jill Tomlinson

                                   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

Why why why

(2 pages)

2 Listening and responding

To repeat some highlights and respond constructively

Answering the question from the book – why is dark ……….. . Give own reasons why dark is each of the things.

Dark is ……..

(2 pages)

2 Listening and responding

To repeat some highlights and respond constructively

Describe why dark is …… and give own comments in answers to questions

Book report

(2 pages)

2 Listening and responding

To repeat some highlights and comment constructively

Fill in settings, characters, problems, event and conclusion – two levels of worksheets

Ollie the Owl

 (6 pages)

5 Word recognition

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

Story to read, answer questions to show comprehension, put the five nights into order

Word families

(2 pages)

6 Word structure and spelling

Read and spell less common alternative graphemes including trigraphs

Fill in words and make sentences using double vowels and on igh words.

Plop’s feelings

(1 page)

7 Understanding and interpreting text

To give reasons why things happen or characters change

Write sentences to describe Plop’s feelings at the end of chapter. Write about a favourite chapter

Questions

(1 page)

7 Understanding and interpreting text

To give reasons why things happen or characters change

Questions about the story – author, illustrator, fill in what happened, what does Plop finally think about the dark

About owls

(1 page)

8 Engaging and responding to texts

Explain their reactions to texts, commenting on important aspects

Use the story to fill in the cloze. Write facts or fiction about owls from previously read books

Who does Plop meet?

(1 page)

9 Creating and shaping texts

To sustain form in narrative, including the use of person and time

To put in details from the story – use of person and tense

What happened in the chapters?

 (7 pages)

9 Creating and shaping texts

To draw on knowledge of text in planning what to write

Worksheets with a variety of activities to show what they have learnt from each chapter.

Story Writing

(1 page)

10 Text structure and organisation

To use appropriate language to make sections hang together

Write a story about Plop using the organisation and time link words given

 Who was afraid

(1 page)

11 Sentence structure and punctuation

To compose sentences using tense consistently

Write sentences to finish off the statements – using correct tense.

Word processed report

(1 page)

12 Presentation

To word process short narrative texts

Use the computer to write a short report about dark – using the chapter headings. Insert a picture. The template can be made in ‘word’ or straightforward sentences can be written and pictures inserted

 

 

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