Reading Pictures: Writing Stories + CD’s

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Description

Looking to inspire story writing with your KS1 pupils?  Need a teaching resource that will bring storytelling to life for them?

Reading Pictures, Writing Stories offers a visual way of teaching literacy by using thought-provoking images to engage pupils, capture their imagination and encourage reading and writing.

The package comprises:

  • A Teacher’s Book featuring teaching and learning plans for KS1 – Years 1 and 2 – plus a sequence of work and supporting activity sheets.
  • A CD featuring a series of thought-provoking photographs and texts, designed to give children the inspiration and the confidence to produce their own creative story writing. This also provides a great way of integrating simple ICT into literacy work.

All of the lesson plans link to APP (Assessing Pupil Progress) so that teachers are aware of how the teaching and learning relates to the assessment focus for reading and writing.

Introduction

Introduction

Planning

Assessing Pupil Progress (APP) Assessment focuses (AFs)

How to use the PowerPoint presentations

Literacy objectives charts

 

Year 1

Unit 1:  Stories with familiar settings

Unit 2a:  Stories from other cultures

Unit 2b:  Stories with predictable and pattered language

Unit 3a:  Traditional stories

Unit 3b:  Traditional stories

Unit 4:  Fantasy worlds

 

Year 2

Unit 1:  Stories with familiar settings

Unit 2:  Traditional stories

Unit 3:  Different stories by the same author

Unit 4:  Extended stories/Significant authors

 

Appendix

Assessment sheets (APP)

Resources sheets (film-strips and speech bubbles)

Examples of activity sheets from LCP CD

Recommended books

Additional information

Weight0.5000 kg
Dimensions30.0000 × 24.0000 × 3.0000 cm
Obsolete

0

Publication Date

23-Apr-09

Product Type

TR-RF

EYFS/P/S

TEACHING RESOURCES

Sales Analysis Code

1070

Purchase Analysis Code

2200

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