To listen to a story.In this lesson, we will explore past tense verbs, learn our spellings for the 've' grapheme and listen to a new story. We will then create a plot matrix for the story and really focus on our 'problems that matter' toolkit.
To make the problem matter in a story (Part 2) In this lesson, we will explore how a writer can make the problem of fairness clear when reading as a writer. We will read the part of the story where Jack takes his father's harp back from the giant and nearly gets caught.
To make the problem matter in a story (Part 3) In this lesson, we will write about the problem in the story when Jack steals the harp and has to escape from the giant. We will apply our knowledge and skills from the previous sessions to make the problem matter and make it clear.
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