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The Sword in the Stone

Teacher Information

Curriculum Links

Activity

Code

Objective

C2 C11 C16

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Adapt his/her reading style for different purposes Continue to listen to and enjoy stories and poems being read aloud Read a narrative or expository piece and summarise it

Comprehension

C8 C9 C14 C19

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Perform alphabetical order tasks Predict future events and outcomes in a [book] that is being read aloud Explore different attitudes and feelings by imagining what it would be like to be certain characters Explore new interests and perspectives through reading

Word Reading

WR2 WR3 WR4

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WR5

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 Continue to build a sight vocabulary of common words from [books] read and from personal experience

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Additional Teacher Information

Poem A piece of writing in which the expression of feelings and ideas is given intensity by particular attention to diction (sometimes involving rhyme), rhythm and imagery.

Terminology for Pupils

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Definition of Terms

poem word phrase

homophone letter

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sentence suffix

Suggested Reading

• The Sword in the Stone by Walt Disney (DVD) • Knights (Penguin Young Readers, L3) by Catherine Daly‑Weir

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• The Story of King Arthur and His Knights (Classic Starts) by Howard Pyle

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Reading – Comprehension and Word Reading

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2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class  
2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class