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Thoughts please on my observation lesson - first obs in different phase.

Discussion in 'Primary' started by peninhair, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. I can write new dialogue for our changed characters from Little Red Riding Hood.
    Start –
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">Refer to yesterday. Discuss todays LO.</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">When we were looking at traditional stories, what did we find they had in common?</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">Will this be the same in our new tale? Will LRRH still say &ldquo;Granny what big... you've got" in your verison? (HA HA)</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">Children with their partners give themselves a number &ndash; 1 or 2.</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">1 Granny 2 Wolf role play what they might say REMEMEBER the wolf is now good and LRRH is bad character.</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">See a finished version.</font>
    How would this look if we saw it in a comic (BA)? Play (A)? Story (AA)? - that&rsquo;s what we are going to do today.
    Do we just write a short answer? &ndash; no as much detail as possible.
    <font size="3" face="Calibri">Discuss Success Criteria</font> BA &ndash; speech bubbles &ndash; Ta
    A &ndash; playscript in pairs &ndash; talk of expectations
    AA- speech in a story &ndash; Teacher
    Plenary - it is important that when you write a story it doesn&rsquo;t just become 2 people speaking. Show 2 extracts from same scene. 1 of 2 people speaking in a way a child would write it and 1 of speech used properly.
    Any thoughts please?
    Am loathe to do a one off as we are alredy a little behind due to me being out the classroom with other stuff. I am also a firm believer in do what you do everyday but anything else to give it a bit of fizz, brain a blank today?

    Thank you!
     
  2. I can write new dialogue for our changed characters from Little Red Riding Hood.
    Start &ndash;
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">Refer to yesterday. Discuss todays LO.</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">When we were looking at traditional stories, what did we find they had in common?</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">Will this be the same in our new tale? Will LRRH still say &ldquo;Granny what big... you've got" in your verison? (HA HA)</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">Children with their partners give themselves a number &ndash; 1 or 2.</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">1 Granny 2 Wolf role play what they might say REMEMEBER the wolf is now good and LRRH is bad character.</font>
    • <font size="3" face="Calibri">See a finished version.</font>
    How would this look if we saw it in a comic (BA)? Play (A)? Story (AA)? - that&rsquo;s what we are going to do today.
    Do we just write a short answer? &ndash; no as much detail as possible.
    <font size="3" face="Calibri">Discuss Success Criteria</font> BA &ndash; speech bubbles &ndash; Ta
    A &ndash; playscript in pairs &ndash; talk of expectations
    AA- speech in a story &ndash; Teacher
    Plenary - it is important that when you write a story it doesn&rsquo;t just become 2 people speaking. Show 2 extracts from same scene. 1 of 2 people speaking in a way a child would write it and 1 of speech used properly.
    Any thoughts please?
    Am loathe to do a one off as we are alredy a little behind due to me being out the classroom with other stuff. I am also a firm believer in do what you do everyday but anything else to give it a bit of fizz, brain a blank today?

    Thank you!
     

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