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Talk for Writing 20-01-16

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Talk for Writing 20-01-16
Agenda
1. Objectives and Success Criteria
2. Lesson Learning Objectives
What could your focus be for shared writing a fact/paragraph based on this introduction?
3. Writers' Toolkits
Thanks for listening!
Any questions?
Unit Learning Objectives and Success Criteria
Lesson Learning Objectives
Have a look at the example
What do your children need to do EVERY TIME they write this type of text?
Have a chat!
Y2 Introduction
Did you know that the London Ridge-back is a rare type of Dragon which is only seen at night? Read on to find out more about this amazing beast.
Slightly different from Success Criteria.
Toolkits
Shared Writing
Success Criteria:
Remember:
Choose:
Title
Picture/photograph
Labels/captions
A fact in a sentence
5Ws
Concluding sentence
/section
Subheadings
Fact box with bullet points
Introduction sentence
/section
Adjectives
Question subheadings
Varied sentence openers
Varied sentence types
Use a simile
What learning objectives would you pick out from this text?
YR Introduction
London Ridge-backs are scaley dragons.
Y1 Introduction
The London Ridge-back is a rare type of dragon which is only seen at night.
LO: I am learning to write a fact/use finger spaces/use capital letters and full stops...
LO: I am learning to write an introduction/to use adjectives/to use capital letters and full stops...
LO: I am learning to write a question as a hook/use noun phrases to avoid repetition...
A step-by-step guide to write the section.
The London Ridge-back is a rare type of dragon which is only seen at night.
Writer's Toolkit:
Year 1
London Ridge-backs are scaley dragons.
Writer's Toolkit:
Reception
Start with the dragon's name.
Use an adjective to describe the dragon.
Use 'which' to add an extra fact.
The Brighton Grey Beard is an enormous breed of dragon which only eats teachers.
Start with the dragon's name.
Use an adjective to describe the dragon.
School-Road Sizzlers are angry dragons.
Example:
Example:
Did you know that the London Ridge-back is a rare type of Dragon which is only seen at night? Read on to find out more about this amazing beast.
Writer's Toolkit:
Year 2
Start with a 'did you know...' question. REMEMBER THE ?!
Use an adjective to describe the dragon
Use 'which' to add an extra fact
Did you know that the Connaught Razor-Fang is a huge breed of dragon which eats cows and occasionally humans. Read on to learn more about this majestic but deadly monster.
Example:
Introduce the dragon
Add a 'read on...' sentence
Use a noun phrase
4. Shared-writing
Know (pretty much) what you're going to write before writing it.
Value all ideas and, if possible, note them down. (Use adults)
Use random questioning and Learning Partners.
Make intentional mistakes
Focus on spelling and phonics as well as grammar and punctuation.
Read it, revisit, evaluate and improve constantly.
Repeat the original again and again. (Count the words in YR!)
Vocalise and model your thought process and using Toolkit/SC.
Did you know that the London Ridge-back is a rare type of Dragon which is only seen at night? Read on to find out more about this amazing beast.
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