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Newspaper Report Week 3

Disaster Strikes!
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Ben Massey

on 1 December 2015

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Have a bat chat!
Lesson 9
Please, for the Love of Iron Man, tell me that you know what an adverb is!
Are
you
ready
to
learn?
Show Spidey:
We are learning to use adverbs.
Where could an adverb go in this sentence?
Spiderman swung through the rooftops.
Does it always need to be placed next to the verb?
Key words:
Adverbs
Targets:
To use adverbs.
Context:
A 'background' paragraph
take 5 Bat Bro!
Give that Bat brain a break!
Background
Verbs
surprisingly
shockingly
luckily
fortunately
unfortunately
Today,
we will be writing the background sections of our newspaper articles.

First,
we’ll shared-write a class version.

Then,
we’ll use their planning to write our own versions.

What do we need to remember every time we write?
1. Say how often these events are happening.
Toolkit:
This has not happened before.
2. Say what people are doing now.
Head Teachers are meeting.
3. Discuss the outcomes of the event.
No one has been hurt. The super villain wants to stop children learning.
Plenary
Let's have a listen!
What do you think?
You might as well give up now!
Mwahahahahaha!

This is the first time an event like this has occurred in the area. Police and Fire fighters have been working tirelessly to help people and put out minor fires. Fortunately, no one has been killed or injured.
What word or words could replace '
under
'?

Have a bat chat!
The kryptonite was
under
the table.

Lesson 10
on
behind
close to
on top of
near
We are learning to use prepositions.
Remember: Prepositions indicate location.
Bertha Biggins, who lives in Hove, said, “When the shaking started, I thought it was just my washing machine. Then it got worse and a picture of my dog fell on my head! It was very scary!”
Can you spot a preposition?
Have a bat chat!
Are
you
ready
to
learn?
Show Spidey:
Key words:
Prepositions
Targets:
To use prepostions.
Context:
An 'eye-witness' paragraph
Chill out Tony!
Don't break that big brain!
Eye-witness
Verbs
near
below
above
on top of
under
Key words:
behind
What on Batman's beard is an eyewitness?
Today, we'll be planning our eyewitness reports.
That's right! It's someone who saw the whole thing!
Who might have witnessed events at the school?
Check out this horrified eye witness!
Now you have a go with your talk partner.
TAKE TURNS!
1. Select a picture/word to change.
Success Criteria:
2. Re-draw or use post-its to plan your eyewitness report.
Plenary
Swap plans with your Talking Partner
Can you work out what changes they've made?
Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhhahahaha... cough... hahaha!!!!!
3. Add a preposition.
Bertha Biggins, who lives in Hove, said, “When the shaking started, I thought it was just my washing machine. Then it got worse and a picture of my dog fell on my head! It was very scary!”
Which bits will you keep?
What will you change in your version of the eyewitness report?
What makes an effective eye-witness report?
These are called
prepositions
.

Think back to year 1 or think about what you have seen in books. What special punctuation do you need to use when writing direct speech?
Have a bat chat!
Are
you
ready
to
learn?
Show Spidey:
We are learning to use speech marks.
Key words:
Speech marks
Targets:
To use speech marks.
Context:
An eyewitness report.
Chill it Storm!
That brain needs a break!
Inverted commas
Eyewitness
stated
said
remarked
claimed
replied
gRRRR! They're right Spidey! It's speech marks. (They're also called 'inverted commas'.)
" "
To the Batmobile! growled Batman.
Which part of the sentence is being said by Batman?
To the Batmobile!
The speech marks go around what is actually being said.
Have a bat chat!
"
"
The Joker barked, Get out of my way! as he scampered away.
Where would the speechmarks go? Why?
Remember: The speech marks go around what is actually being said.
Have a bat chat!
"
"
Get out of my way!
Why would we need speech marks (inverted commas) in an eye-witness report?
Or:
"
Why would we need speech marks in an eyewitness report?
"
asked a bemused Ironman.
Have a bat chat!
Introduce eye witness
Success Criteria:
Bertha Biggins, who lives in Hove, said, “When the shaking started, I thought it was just my washing machine. Then it got worse and a picture of my dog fell on my head! It was very scary!”
What do we need to remember
EVERY TIME
we write?
Describe their experience
Can you add in a preposition?
Remember:
Shared writing.
Plenary
Let's hear some of these works of art!
Can you think of greens and oranges?
Can you talk the text for the TFW conclusion to your partner?
Are
you
ready
to
learn?
Show Spidey:
Today, we'll be planning and writing our conclusions.
Experts are desperately trying to figure out the cause of the shocking event and many people are afraid to return to their homes. The same question is on everyone’s lips: “Could this happen again?”
What are conclusions for?
Let's watch some news stories and have a think about what conclusions do.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/30151714
conclusions of newspaper reports sum up the events and discuss ways forward for the future.
Experts are desperately trying to figure out the cause of the shocking event and many people are afraid to return to their homes. The same question is on everyone’s lips: “Could this happen again?”
(Create a conclusion toolkit as a class)
Say what experts are doing.
Toolkit
What do we need to remember
EVERY TIME
we write?
Say how people feel.
Ask a question about the future.
Plenary
Let's hear some of these works of art!
Can you think of greens and oranges?
Experts are desperately trying to figure out the cause of the shocking event and many people are afraid to return to their homes. The same question is on everyone’s lips: “Could this happen again?”
Lesson 11
Lesson 12
Oi! Bruce! Give that bat brain a break!
Plan and write your conclusions. Remember to use the toolkit and the T4W text. It's simples!
Which word completes the sentence:
We were _____________ the wall.

climb
climbs
climbing
climbed

Lesson 13
Have a bat chat!
Are you ready to learn?
Show Storm:
I would never bother to check my comics before they went on sale to the public because it’s a waste of time.
Do you agree with Stan?
What do you mean, "Who's that old geezer?"
This is Stan Lee, co-creator of Spiderman, The Hulk, Ironman, Thor, the X-Men and the former President of Marvel!
I am learning to evaluate my writing with other pupils.
What is peer assessment? Can you remember anything about it from when we wrote ‘The Way Back Home'?
Key words:
Targets:
To work together.
To edit and improve our work.
take 5 Bat Bro!
Give that Bat brain a break!
peer
assess
support
together
read
improve
First, we'll be looking at each other's writing from yesterday and giving some stars and wishes (or green and orange comments if your lovely teachers are that way inclined).
This isn't about marking each other's work.
Heroes work together.
We'll look TOGETHER at one book, discuss it, agree on ways forward and then look at the next book.
(Teacher and TA to model using a book from next door.)
Remember:
Success Criteria (peer-assessment)
Remember:
Read through one or your paragraphs together.
Go back through and pick out what’s been done well (use the ‘every time we write ‘ poster)
Use the marking code to highlight.
Edit/add if necessary.
Agree on a next step together.
Write down stars and a wish.
Edit and improve.
Mini-plenaries
Write one word to complete the line in the
past tense
.

I ____________ to the playground last weekend.
Lesson 15
Have a bat chat!
Are you ready to learn?
Show Storm:
‘Real life’ journalists need to get the news out to the public as quickly as possible, so they don’t bother to plan their articles.
Do you agree with Stan?
I am learning to plan a newspaper report
Key words:
Targets:
To think of an amazing story.
To plan it.
take 5 Bat Bro!
Give that Bat brain a break!
plan
who?
where?
when?
why?
what?
(Teacher to model planning for the following subheadings. Model one heading at a time. Children to plan on clipboards/whiteboards.)
And finally...
In your best ‘TV journalist’ voice, talk your plan to your talk partner.
Fashion imaginary microphones from pens or any other useful item to hand!
Change character for ‘eye witness’ section.
Controversial!
We're going to make up our own super villains!
We're going to make up our own locations!
We're going to make up our own disasters!
how?
Who
Who is the new villain?
Male/female? Costume?
What do they look like?
Are they inherently evil or like a modern day Robin Hood?
What
What chaos have they caused?
Robbery? Intimidation? Kidnapping? Shouting mildly rude words at passers by?
Was there a motive?
When
Time of day?
Recent offence or newly discovered criminality that happened in the past?
Where
Where would be a good setting for this villainous activity?
Home?
In a famous city?
At the park?
Eyewitness
Who would have been there to see the atrocity first-hand?
What happened to them?
How are they feeling now?
Success Criteria
Remember:
Add as much detail to each part of the plan as possible using pictures, key words or phrases.
Keep checking the ‘every time we write’ and ‘non fiction’ posters
Think about making your article exciting for the reader. What would make you want to read an article?
What is the missing punctuation?
can you pick up that car
Lesson 16
Have a bat chat!
Are you ready to learn?
Show Storm:
Because I tried my best when planning my article yesterday, there is nothing I could add today to make it better?
Do you agree with Stan the Man?
I am learning to independently write a newspaper article.
Key words:
Targets:
To think of an amazing story.
To plan it.
take 5 Bat Bro!
Give that Bat brain a break!
independent
targets
A message for Mikey in Panthers from Mr Massey:
And finally...
Actually finally!
Who wants to read their reports?!
More Stan Lee controversy!
What can we use in the room to help us write our best piece of writing?
success criteria
Success Criteria
Remember:
Look carefully at your plan from yesterday
Use your plan alongside the ETWW poster and non fiction poster
Check every sentence you write. Does it make sense?
i dont believe it
fly over there
Dear Mikey,
Your writing is always so interesting, exciting and bristling full of enthusiasm. Just like you!
Itwouldbeevenbetterandconsiderablyeasiertoreadhoweverifyouusedtheoddfingerspaceandiknowit'snotjustourMikeywhosometimesneglectsthisohsoimportantwritingfeature!
From Mr Massey
Ext:
Read back carefully through your work and edit where necessary.
A message from all of your wonderful teachers:

Dear Kiddiwinks,
You have once again produced works of extraordinary genius and we are very proud of you! Massive congratulations! You are all brilliant!
Love from the teachers
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