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Day: Tuesday Date: Start Time: 11:00 Finish Time: 12:30 Year:2 Topic: Bullies are not welcome

Day: Tuesday Date:

Start Time: 11:00

Finish Time: 12:30 Year:2

Topic: Bullies are not welcome Narrative

No. of students: 22

Australian Curriculum Content Description (SCASA): Text structure and organization. Interpreting, analysing, evaluating.

Identify visual representations of characters’ actions, reactions, speech and thought processes in narratives, and consider how these images add to or contradict or multiply the meaning of accompanying words (ACELA1468)

Identify the audience of imaginative, informative and persuasive texts (ACELY1668)

 

Students’ Prior Knowledge and Experience:

 

Students have been reading Fitzroy readers and responding in full sentence answers.

 

Learning Purposes - Objectives:

Student Assessment:

A narrative tells a story by constructing a pattern of events.

I will measure the achievement of objectives by:

Correcting the student's written responses

Such as the setting, characters, Orientation, build-up/events, complication, Resolution and ending.

WILF: Your understanding of the read text, e.g. page numbers to find the answer.

Preparation and Resource(s):

 

Bullies are not welcome x8

Bullies are not welcome x1 Annex A

Bullies are not welcome teachers copy

Editing books

Catering for diversity

 

Visual Aids

Questions individualised for the student Annex A

 

Timing

Learning Experiences:

 

Organising

11:00

1.

Introduction:

comments

30mins

Students gather around the table in a circle. Introduce the title What does the word welcome mean?

If the lesson is

going quicker than

Read information on the cover; Text Genre, Structure and Features, Words and Sounds and Predicting.

Read the book first, then each student has a turn at reading a page. After each page is read ask each student a question about the read page’s structure and visual.

I

expected:

If some students finish quicker than expected, ask them to pair up to create a question for the other students to answer.

If the entire lesson finishes, early students,

2. The Sequence of learning experiences:

11:30

50mins

Students use full sentences to respond to the questions at Annex A.

12:20

3.

Lesson conclusion:

10mins

A narrative tells a story by constructing a pattern of events. The pattern is Orientation, build-up/events, complication, resolution and ending.

Orientation is the beginning, introducing the setting and characters. We learn more about the characters and the happenings that are going on (middle) as we read more into the story, then we seek a resolution and ending.

Pack up for lunch

draw and label their illustration.

If the lesson is taking longer than

I

expected:

Make the walk around quicker
Make the walk around quicker

Make the walk around quicker

Narrative: Bullies Are Not Welcome by Julie Haydon illustrated by Kiera Poelsma

1

Where were the characters playing basketball?

2

Why does Tess think she and Alex should be able to play basketball there?

3

How did Alex suggest they solve the problem?

4

How did Ben suggest they solve the problem?

5

Using the page number; how did Tess respond to Ben?

6

Do you think Tess is afraid of Ben?

7

Using the page number in your answer; what did Ben say to Tess and Alex?

8

Why do you think Ben is looking mean?

9

Using the page number in your answer; what did Alex say he would do?

10

What does Alex’s teacher think about bullies?

11

When Tess and Alex got their ball back, how do you think they were feeling?

 

Congratulations on completing each question!!

Narrative: Bullies Are Not Welcome by Julie Haydon illustrated by Kiera Poelsma

1

What games do you play at school during recess?

2

Would you share your play area with other children?

3

Do you solve problems like Alex?

4

Do you solve problems like Ben?

5

Using the page number in your answer; would you respond to Ben like Tess?

6

Do you think Tess is afraid of Ben?

7

Using the page number in your answer; would you speak to Tess like Ben does?

8

Do you sometimes look as mean as Ben does in the book?

9

Have you ever said the things that Alex had said on page

10?

10

What does your teacher think about bullies?

11

When Tess and Alex got their ball back, how do you think they were feeling?

 

Congratulations on completing each question!!

Checklist

Student Name

Oral text

Oral Visual

Oral

Listed pages

Wrote full

Wrote neat full sentences

structure

inferencing

sentences

   

Phonics/gra

From visuals

     

mmar

Angus

           

Blair

           

Christopher

           

Ella

           

Grace

           

Scott

           

Thomas

           

Toby

           

Zayne