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The Pirate Cruncher

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karen proud

on 17 October 2011

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Transcript of The Pirate Cruncher

Success Criteria
Learning Objective
To talk about an 'in search of a goal' story.
Success Criteria
I can find clues about a story.
I can talk about the characters.
I can stretch my imagination muscles.
Role on the wall
Let's read!
Learning Objective
I can talk about the story journey
using words like, beginning, middle and end.
I can use Writing Talk.
I can stretch my collaboration skills.
To sequence a story.
connection
Your turn!
sequence the pictures
In groups think about 3 events that
happen at the beginning, middle and
end of the story.
Used shared writing to record
your ideas and add them to the
story journey.
Let's read the story journey!
Success Criteria
Learning Objective
I can find the highs and the low points of the story.
I can talk about a character's feelings.
I can use Thinker's Talk - stretching my meta-learning muscles.
To know about the highs and lows of the story journey.
Connection
How do they feel?
Which are the high points of the story?
Which are the low points of the story?
Your turn!
Write or draw the high and low points of the story.
Add them to the story journey.
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Say one high point and one low point of the story.
Success Criteria
Learning Objective
To use the fantastics to make my writing better.
I can tell you at least 3 of the fantastics.
I can use the fantastics to ask a question in drama.
I can stretch my imagination muscles.
feeling
asking
noticing
tasting
action
smelling
touching
imagining
checking
All you will ever need to write, read and talk about...
Hot seating
Use the FANTASTIC fans
to ask the pirate questions.
Your turn!
Use the FANTASTICS to write, draw and talk about The Pirate Crusher.
I can tell you at least 3 of the fantastics.
I can use the fantastics to ask a question in drama.
I can stretch my imagination muscles.
name a fantastic
Add colour and detail
to the boring picture.
Connection
Which looks the best?
Let's add detail to our story.
Help us to add detail.
Give us ideas of what to write.
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/eggtimer-countdown/full-screen/
Learning Objective
To add detail to a story.
Success Criteria
I can use the fantastics to talk and write
about a story.
I can sound out phonemes when I write.
I can use my noticing learning muscles.
demo
How does your character feel?
What can the pirates taste?
What can the sea monster feel?
I need more practice.
I'm getting there.
I can do it!
How did you do?
I can use the fantastics to talk and write
about a story.
I can sound out phonemes when I write.
I can use my noticing learning muscles.
Connection
I can use the fantastics to write the opening to a story.
I can sound out phonemes when I write.
I can use my perseverance learning muscles.
Success Criteria
Learning Objective
To write the opening to a story.
Shared Reading
All was unusually quiet in Port Royal...
but if you listened carefully, on the quayside,
down the alleyways and in the candlelit taverns, you could hear the faint sound of a fiddle floating on the wind.
How do stories begin?
Let's look!

Where?
Who?
Your turn!
Use the FANTASTICS to write a story opener.
Where?
Who?
demo
Read your writing to your partner.
Connection
Learning Objective
To write the build up to a story.
Success Criteria
I can use the fantastics to write the build up to a story.
I can sound out phonemes when I write.
I can use my perseverance learning muscles.
Shared Reading
What happens at the beginning of the story?
The captain smiled and said, 'By Thunder!
That sounds just like our sort of plunder
or my name ain't Pirate Purplebeard of Penzanze.
Finish your grog lads - WE SET SAIL AT ONCE!'

A build up...
Makes you wonder what happens next?
Find out more about the characters.
The story starts to get exciting!
Your turn
Read your story to your partner.
Connection
Learning Objective
To write the end of a story.
I can use the fantastics to write the build up to a story.
I can sound out phonemes when I write.
I can use my perseverance learning muscles.
Success Criteria
Your turn
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