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Talk For Wring Lesson

Discussion in 'Primary' started by dag65, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. I need to give a 50 minute literacy lesson in Year 1 for an interview. I have been told it should be interactive, themed on a picture book and there should be independent work as a result from the chldren. Any ideas??
     
  2. lardylegs

    lardylegs Occasional commenter

    Talk for Wring.... hmmm.. Wringing out washing? Victorian theme?
     
  3. nick909

    nick909 Lead commenter

    Or Talk for Wiring?
    H&S implications for Y1...make sure you do a risk assessment.
     
  4. Ok, typed in a hurry - Talk for Writing. Any helpful ideas?
     
  5. <font size="2">It is hard to help when the task is so open. Did the school give any more information? What are your strengths what lessons have gone really well for you? Include aspects of those. </font><font size="2">Maybe choose a favourite picture book, one that appeals to you, then your enthusiasm will pass onto the children. Then look at the year 1 objectives on the DFES site and decide on one to focus on.</font>
     
  6. <u>opps computer did not want to add paragraphs!! 2nd try with paragraphs!!</u>
    <font size="2">It is hard to help when the task is so open. Did the school give any more information? What are your strengths what lessons have gone really well for you? Include aspects of those. </font> <font size="2">Maybe choose a favourite picture book, one that appeals to you, then your enthusiasm will pass onto the children. Then look at the year 1 objectives on the DFES site and decide on one to focus on.</font>
    <font size="2">Show children the book read a few pages then tell children they are going to in talk partners jump into the picture on one of the page and describe what they see, maybe use a few toys, resources as props from the page (ie if it was a seaside book a large starfish, some sea shells). As an adult you go round, listen to ideas extend etc </font><font size="2">Then children to share ( in the same pairs)their best description to the rest of the class. All ch will then have heard some great sentences which they could adapt and use as their own.</font>
     

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