Guided Reading Group 1
Work continuedfrom last term. Reminder of the police report we looked at lastterm. What do we usually find in recounts?
Read transcriptof an interview between a police officer and two witnesses.Lookingfor answers to who, what, when and where.
Children identifyand record four key points:
- Who didit?
- When did ithappen?
- Where did ithappen?
As a classcompare findings.
Children able toidentify some key points in a transcript of an interview.
Guided Reading Group 2 and3
Re read interviewtranscript. Recap who, what, when and where.
Ask children touse white boards to record ideas for an introductory sentence for areport.
Which openingwould you want to use for your recount?
Remind childrenof the meaning of the term connectives and their use.
Children make alist of all the connectives used in the police report.
Children re-readinterview transcript, identify main events and list them in orderthey happened.
Children able tofind main events.
Find connectivesand understand how they are used.
Revise mainfeatures of a recount.
Demonstrate howto write the introductory paragraphs of a police report based onthe interview transcript.
Children use laptops to write a recount on the account of the policeinterview.
Children sharesections of their final report.
Children able towrite a recount.
Guided ReadingGroup 4
Small, little,darkness, dimness, walk, stroll, across, aeroplane, almost.
Darkness dimness,difficult, ardous, stumbled, trudged, above, aeroplane,almost.
Using a thesaurusto find as many words as the children can find for words given.(See lesson Plan Barking and Dagenham)
Agreement Uni 1Letts Sentence 4, 5
What have weleant about agreement between nouns and verbs?
Children able to use thesaurus tofind words.
Children show through work donethat they understand noun verb agreement.