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planning a story session using eyfs outcomes

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by dollydimple10, May 21, 2011.

  1. hi i am applying for a nursery nurse position, i have my interview next week along with having to plan a 20 min story session for reception children. i have to use the desired learning outcomes to find objectives for my activity.........any ideas would be greatly appreciated, many thanx :)
     
  2. May2

    May2 Occasional commenter

    They are not called desirable learning outcomes anymore, they changed to Development Matters about 3 years ago. However they are much the same for Reception.
    You may want to choose a story with some repetition for the children to join in with or some rhyming where the children may be able to guess the rhyming word at the end of the line. It is always good if you can use some props to keep the children interested. As many people have said on here latelyit is best not to go for The Very Hungry Caterpillar or THe Bear Hunt but to try to think of a more original story. However Traditional tales like the Gingerbread Man or Enormous Turnip always go down well.
    You need to look at some of these:
    30-50 months


    Join in with repeated refrains and anticipate key events and


    phrases in rhymes and stories.


    Listen to stories with increasing attention
    and recall.




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    Describe main story settings, events and principal characters.
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    Sustain attentive
    listening, responding to what
    they have heard with
    relevantcomments, questions
    or actions.








    Listen with
    enjoyment, & respond to stories,
    songs and other music,
    rhymes and poems and make up
    their




    own stories, songs,
    rhymes and poems.

     
  3. May2

    May2 Occasional commenter

    Goodness knows what happened there. I have seen that happen to other people's posts before but it is the first time mine has come out with the gobbledegook!

    You need to look at some of these:
    30-50 months


    Join in with repeated refrains and anticipate key events and


    phrases in rhymes and stories.


    Listen to stories with increasing attention
    and recall.
    Describe main story settings, events and principal characters.
    ELG
    Sustain attentive
    listening, responding to what
    they have heard with
    relevantcomments, questions
    or actions.








    Listen with
    enjoyment, & respond to stories,
    songs and other music,
    rhymes and poems and make up
    their




    own stories, songs,
    rhymes and poems.

     
  4. The Development Matters can be accessed online. The 40-60+ month section for Communication, Language and Literacy are here:
    http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/eyfs/taxonomy/33660/33694/0/46384
    Access other age bands through the side panel. In reception you are likely to have some children still working within 30-50 months.

     
  5. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    I would also look at the PSE aspects
     

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