Literacy Time PLUS Ages 7 to 9: Literacy Time PLUS Ages 7 to 9 March 2008

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Years 3 and 4, MARCH 2008

The latest issue on the theme of Performance includes:

  • ‘As You Like It’ auditions – Watch the four filmed auditions, record your thoughts and decide who you would cast as Jacques in Shakespeare’s play
  • Authors and Letters – This resource on poet and author Moira Andrew supports Year 3, Narrative Unit 4
  • Horrible Histories National Tour poster – Genuine publicity materials for the stage production of Terry Deary’s book series
  • How to… make a movie – Campbell Perry gives hints and tips on film-making
  • Easy Reading Shakespeare – ‘As You Like It’ – An extract from Richard Cuddington’s rhyming verse series
  • The Bed and Breakfast Star – An extract from Jacqueline Wilson’s book
These are accompanied by a 24-page magazine which includes: * Teachers’ Notes and photocopiable worksheets * Teachers’ planning charts * Book news, offers and events * Feature article – Campbell Perry offers reasons ‘Why you shouldn’t shy away from Shakespeare’.
  • New Literacy Objectives – Teaching links to the new Primary Framework for Literacy are all mapped out for you.
  • Free Downloadable Pages – All the photocopiable pages and objectives charts can be downloaded, as well as great extra material such as Author profiles.
  • Scottish and Northern Ireland literacy objectives are featured as online planning charts.
  • Next issue May 2008 (published in May):

    • Traditional Story Frames – An interactive resource helping children create their own stories in the traditional style
    • The Coming of the Iron Man – An audio poem by Brenda Williams, based on the story ‘The Iron Man’ by Ted Hughes
    • Real-life Olympic Legends – The stories of some Olympic and Paralympic greats
    • How to… spot a traditional tale – Find out how to tell the difference between a fairytale, a fable, a myth and a legend

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    Literacy Time PLUS Ages 7 to 9



    Date published

    March 3rd, 2008

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    • 24 pages



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