Resources:Firework Poster; Leaflets; Guy Fawkes story (history link) andpoems
Guided Reading: 5groups
Term Autumn Week8
Year Group Two
Teachers MissOReilly Mrs. Martin Mrs. Kelly
H/FWords: who what where how would
ICTSee separate plans.
Whole class shared reading and writing
Whole class phonics, spelling, vocab and grammar
Lang.Activities not covered by hour
- Silent reading,library books.
- Individualreading to teacher/LSA/O
- Sp./ List.Stories & Poems.
- NelsonHandwriting joins.
Read FireworkCode leaflet. Discuss layout & type of information. Notice theimperatives and bullet points. Explain we will be writing rules forbonfire night for the reception classes.
Read poem Eatyour beans. Can chn guess what the focus sound is?
/e/ passage onworksheet. Children read through and highlight all words with /e/sound.
Sort intoheadings. Focus on ea words.
Practisespellings on whiteboard.
Discuss featuresof rules: imperatives/ headings/bullet points
Shared write:safety rules.
Discuss usingdiagrams with words. Why would they be useful? young childrenetc
Write FireworkCode with a headingespecially for Reception children.
List or poster (diagrams)
Start each rulewith an imperative.
Watch.etc.TL 13, 14, 18.
Read out rules.Have they used bullet points/imperatives/organised writing insections.
Practise H/Fwords. Identify Make a list and add more.
Look at whwords which ask questions. Who, where, why, which,what.
Comprehension TL2 SL1
Exercises basedon Guy Fawkes and bonfire night
Read throughanswers with chn as they mark their work. Discuss wronganswers.
Read theGunpowder Plot.
Discuss whathappens next. write the next part of the story based on what theyremember from History lesson on Tuesday.
BigWrite Warm ups
5mins punctuation 5 mins connectives 5 mins openers 5 minsvocab
Story of GuyFawkes/History link
Write the endingto the story
Read out some ofthe stories. Have the children remembered the events /kept to the3rd person /used conjunctions
Phonics: spellinglists copied from board. Repeat game played.
Connectives: thisis our target for the half term. Practise using connectives insentences: remember only adults should go near fireworksso.
never throwanything on a bonfire while..
Rules for bonfireparties sheet
TA: Choose mostappropriate connective for each sentence
LA: as above withadult support.