Hi! I have an interview on Friday with a year 2 class that has a literacy focus. I had an interview previously with a year 1 class where I used 'Norman the slug with the silly shell' for writing character descriptions (the LO was I can use adjectives to describe a character). I want to use the same book with this year 2 class. To give an idea of the story Norman is a slug, he needs/finds a shell which is a donut, the bird whisks him away because he wants to eat the donut shell. I was going to get the children to pretend to be Norman and write a postcard to the bird detailing how mad they are at the bird for taking the donut shell, how much they want their shell back etc. with the lesson ending with them 'posting' the postcards in an envelope and thinking up sentences that the bird might respond with. I have taught a similar lesson a few times with children and am happy with the lesson itself but I am struggling with pinpointing my learning objective. Should it be 'I can write a postcard' with the success criteria being planning sentences out loud, using adjectives etc or should it be something more like 'I can use great vocabulary' 'I can use adjectives in my writing' I have been out of teaching for two years and just need to bounce some ideas off of all you great teachers! Hopefully have explained myself enough. Thanks in advance!!