In KS2, the national curriculum states that children should prepare poems and play scripts to read aloud and to perform, showing understanding through intonation, tone, volume and action so that the meaning is clear to an audience.
It shows the pupils exactly how and where the vocabulary is used and is particularly useful for less confident learners. Students will have oodles of fun building essential reading skills with rib-tickling versions of beloved fairy tales turned into read-aloud plays!
Make time for some 1-to-1 conversation While partner and group discussions are effective ways of engaging pupils and providing opportunities for mathematical talk, there are limitations. With the children, compare the dialogue from a narrative with a play based on the same story noting features such as punctuation, layout and stage directions then list the features and conventions for writing a playscript.
View Larger Image Do you sometimes struggle to engage lower ability or bottom set pupils in Maths talk and expressing their reasoning? The idea is to think quickly and to say whatever idea comes to mind!
Schools can use the test conversion tables to understand the relationship between the raw scores and scaled scores for each test. Help your child at home Share stories by reading aloud to each other.
More on Evolution Children will have a splendiferous time - and their friends won't believe their gogglers!
There are 3 plays that are designed for different sized groups! Each play comes complete with helpful guidance on target age, running time and cast.
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