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Y10 English Week 1 Lesson 3
Transcript of Y10 English Week 1 Lesson 3
1. Working in pairs.
2. Think about ideas for a story using the word
as a prompt.
3. Come up with as many stories about the word they can think of!
- I bought a new dog and my sister and I are fighting over what to name it.
- A blind man robs a bank using his guide dog to intimidate people.
4. We have five minutes.
5. Class discussion to follow.
Plotting the conflicts onto a story graph
1. Working individually now.
2. Plan the story onto a story graph and create character names (a more detailed plan).
3. You have 10 minutes.
Pebble, rock, boulder
1. Working in pairs.
2. You have three sticky notes in each group.
3. Brainstorm three conflicts in the form of a 'pebble, rock and boulder' which could be faced by the character/s in their story.
4. We have 8 minutes.
5. Class discussion.
5-Minute Quick Write
What is a 'conflict' in a story?
Lesson 3: Using conflicts
To understand how to use minor conflicts from our lives to create narratives.
- Must be able to brainstorm conflicts/issues we have encountered in the past week.
- Should be able to write a basic plan, using the short story graph for one of the conflicts
- Could be able to write a short story using conflict from their life.
1. Write your name on the top right-hand side of a loose bit of paper (you will be handing this in to the teacher afterwards).
2.Write out the numbers 1-10 along the left hand side of a page.
3. Listen out for each word.
- The word will be read alone
- Then in a sentence
- Then alone again.
4. Try to spell the word.
5. To be done in silence, as this is a listening activity as much as a spelling activity. No repeating of words.