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Pie Corbett 20/12/12

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Pie Corbett
Talk for Writing
Non Fiction
20/12/12
The Three Progressive Stages Key Reading Activities for any text type: Persuasion Imitation- familiarisation


Innovation- adapting a well known text



Invention – creating your own text
Begin with exciting context- Literacy Shed- link of video.
Oral Learning of text.
Read as a reader- drawing on main model and other examples.
Read as a writer- box it up, create toolkits.
Underpinned by daily spelling, sentence and creative games
http://www.literacyshed.com/the-inventors-shed.html Box it up, toolkits, shared/guided independent feedback.
Up to 5 days of shared/guided writing.
Either ‘hug ‘closely or ‘use toolkits’
Use drama, images, research etc to provide a context.
Set clear targets with examples, same text type and focus e.g a non chronological report about an animal.

Use focussed teaching and feedback

End by comparing final invention and initial sample- log progess made. Key Transferable Non Fiction Techniques.
-Colour coding- Branch off to play station activity- Spot the reasons between the lines and colours.
Topic sentences
Structure- boxing up • Topic sentences – underlined • Structural features – e.g. headings – brown • Sentence signposts/ connectives – shocking pink Generalisation – orange • Detail to illustrate points - green Good quality examples of the text available

Warm ups - tuning into the text.

Annotate - what is the effect? How did the writer achieve this?

List - writing techniques, language patterns, box up.

Sequencing - embedding text organisation.

Cloze procedure - focusing on vocabulary.

Drama games - reusing patterns.

Draw and retell - communal or independent telling to internalise.

Compare - building criteria.

Improve - building criteria.

Living sentences - internalising key patterns.
Recounts



Little Red Riding Hood-

Retell the story in pairs/threes

Brainstorm possibilities for non fiction- i.e How to trap a wolf.



Tune into the topic:



• Drama….role play, first lines, role on the wall, conscience alley, masks, etc….

• Environment… clues left in the room, woodland display, role play area, artwork..

• Read, read ,read…. how many versions do you know?

• Multi media… News round website, First News, Teen Kids News, local radio station…..etc Yesterday, local lumber-jack hero Jim Stevenson, 32 years old, was awarded a medal at a special ceremony in the palace for his bravery in rescuing Little Red Riding Hood from the jaws of a terrifying Wolf.

In December last year, sharp-witted Jim put his lumber-jack skills to great use by tracking a vicious wolf he saw following a little girl in a red hood. He arrived at her grandmother’s cottage just in time to save the little girl and her granny. Jim heroically fought off the wolf with his axe. Imitation- Recount

• Learn orally the newspaper report, using a washing line.

• Box the report into a grid and name the paragraph headings

• Highlight any words or phrases that might be useful for writing an interview with grandma.



Innovation

• Brainstorm good headline for granny article.

• Interview Granny – battle axe or sweet old lady?!

• Think through how you would write the opening paragraph – remember you need a hook and to include Who? What? Where? Why? When? (Invent relevant facts based on Little Red Riding Hood) Draw your paragraph to help.

• Now, in turns, tell your opening paragraph to your partner and discuss how each version could be improved Imitation- Recount
• Learn orally the newspaper report, using a washing line.
• Box the report into a grid and name the paragraph headings
• Highlight any words or phrases that might be useful for writing an interview with grandma.

Innovation
• Brainstorm good headline for granny article.
• Interview Granny – battle axe or sweet old lady?!
• Think through how you would write the opening paragraph – remember you need a hook and to include Who? What? Where? Why? When? (Invent relevant facts based on Little Red Riding Hood) Draw your paragraph to help.
• Now, in turns, tell your opening paragraph to your partner and discuss how each version could be improved
Non fiction is important!

Need to make sure that we are embedding through the curriculum- big gaps in two and three! Warm UP Games:
In pairs swap roles, taking one minute to persuade (monologue):
> a snowman to come into the
kitchen from outside;
> a dragon to stop eating maidens
(See handout for more examples.) Technical language- blue
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