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How to make a Daffodil

Teacher Information

Curriculum Links

Activity

Code

Objective

C2 C4 C6 C7

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Adapt his/her reading style for different purposes Find information and share it with others Adopt an active approach to a text by posing his/her own questions Develop comprehension strategies

Comprehension

C8 C12 C19

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Perform alphabetical order tasks Engage with a wide variety of text Explore new interests and perspectives through reading

Word Reading

WR2 WR3 WR4

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Learn about the sounds associated with the beginning of a word or syllable Learn about common word endings, word families and roots of words Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships (grapho/phonic cues), grammar and syntax (syntactic cues) and surrounding text (contextual cues) when attempting to identify unfamiliar words

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Additional Teacher Information Definition of Terms

procedure

instruction word step syllable sentence suffix

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Text A book or other written or printed work, regarded in terms of its content rather than its physical form.

Terminology for Pupils

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Procedure Procedures tell how to make or do something. They use clear, concise language and command verbs. A list of materials required to complete the procedure is included and the instructions are set out in easy-to-follow steps.

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Text

root word

Links to other Curriculum Areas

Suggested Reading

• From Bulb to Daffodil (Scholastic News Non-fiction Readers) by Ellen Weiss

• Wales (Enchantment of the World, Second Series) by Ann Heinrichs (teacher reference) • Daffodil by Emily Jenkins

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• Science – Living things: Plants and animals – recognise and describe the parts of some living things

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Reading – Comprehension and Word Reading

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