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Lesson Plan

Day: Tuesday Date: 07/05/2019 Time: 12:45 Year: 7

Learning Area: English Topic: NAPLAN

Curriculum content description: Create literary texts that adapt stylistic features encountered in
other texts, for example, narrative viewpoint, structure of stanzas, contrast
and juxtaposition (ACELT1625)
Experiment with text structures and language features and their effects in creating literary texts, for
example, using rhythm, sound effects, monologue, layout, navigation and colour (ACELT1805)
Consolidate a personal handwriting style that is legible, fluent and automatic and supports writing for
extended periods (ACELY1727)
Students’ prior knowledge and experience:
We have done a test on parts of speech and students have been working through past NAPLAN books.

Learning purpose: Using aspects of texts in imaginative recreations such as re-situating a character
from a text in a new situation.
Imagining a character’s life events (for example misadventures organised retrospectively to be presented
as a series of flashbacks in scripted monologue supported by single images), making a sequel or prequel
or rewriting an ending.
Creating chapters for an autobiography, short story or diary.
Experimenting with different narrative structures such as the epistolary form, flashback, multiple
Transforming familiar print narratives into short video or film narratives, drawing on knowledge of the
type of text and possible adaptations necessary to a new mode.
Learning objectives: Evaluation:
On completion of this lesson, students will be able to: Small group comparisons of what has been
Respond to creative writing prompts. developed.

Preparation and Resources:

List of three-element writing prompts.
- PowerPoint
Timing: Learning Experiences:

Fire drill in the first 15 minutes of this lesson

- No silent reading

Three-element creative writing prompts.

- Have three-element prompts on a PowerPoint on the board for when
students come into class. Explain the task (students are to begin writing a
response to a three-element prompt) to start them thinking about how to
response creatively in NAPLAN.

- Three-element prompts: three words, objects or phrases that MUST be

included in a short story.

1. An antique, a torn letter, and a familiar looking stranger

2. An ice storm, a bicycle, and a treasure map
3. A pair of glasses held together by tape, a missing phone, and a small, mean

Students to write until the fire alarm goes off.

Management of behaviour:
‘Listening’ x2 then names on the board.
Move students who are disrupting the class.
Eye contact
Pause and wait for students to listen

Lesson conclusion:
Leave for the fire alarm

Lesson Evaluation:
Students were very engaged! They understood narrative structure and most managed to develop a plan
before we had to leave for the fire drill.
I’m very happy with my choice of prompts for the year 7s as they are a very good group and need
extending and I think the exercise allows for differentiation within the same task.
Next lesson we will use the plans made to write the orientation of their stories.