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Module: Happy Days

Unit: A bag of laughs - Fairy Tales

Level: KS2

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1. Fairy Tale Land

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Recommended Resources
Source: Lancashire Grid for Learning
Media: Web page 
Resources Types: Worksheets , Interactive Teaching Materials , Stories 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Use the simple past tense to describe activities or events in a story
  • Use declarative sentences to make statements

Reading:

  • Recognize the format and language features of a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

Writing:

  • Use story structure that comprises setting, characters, problems, events and solutions
  • Use appropriate formats, conventions and languages features when writing a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

http://www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/curriculum/literacy/lit_site/html/fiction/fairytale2/fairytale.htm

Brief Description:
A web-site with fairy tales and related activities

User Tips:

2. List of Fairy Tales

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Source: storynory.com, grimmfairytales.com, www.andersenfairytales.com
Media: Web page Animation 
Resources Types: Interactive Teaching Materials , Stories 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Use the simple past tense to describe activities or events in a story

Reading:

  • Work out the meaning of an unknown word or expression by using visual clues, context and knowledge of the world
  • Recognize the format and language features of some common text types, e.g. fairy tales

Fairy Tales Archives
http://storynory.com/archives/fairy-tales

Brothers Grimm Tales

http://grimmfairytales.com/en/stories

Andersen Fairy tales
http://www.andersenfairytales.com/en/main

Brief Description:
Web-sites with a list of fairy tales and related activities

User Tips:

  • Click on any titles to start reading the stories or listening to the story.
  • After reading, students can analyze the structure of a fairy tale.

3. Fairy stories and traditional tales

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Source: www.primaryresources.co.uk
Media: words, xls, pdf, txt 
Resources Types: Worksheets 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Elements of a fairy tale, e.g. character, magic, problem, solution
  • Use declarative sentences to make statements

Reading:

  • Recognize the format and language features of a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

Writing:

  • Use story structure that comprises setting, characters, problems, events and solutions
  • Use appropriate formats, conventions and languages features when writing a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

Elements of a fairy tale
http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/english/docs/elements_of_a_fairytale.doc

Problems and solution
http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/english/docs/problems_and_solutions.doc

Planning a traditional tale

http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/english/docs/planning_a_traditional_tale.doc

Brief Description:
Three worksheets about analyzing the elements of a fairy tale

User Tips:

  • Select a fairy tale from the resource 'List of Fairy Tales' for reading.
  • Students can analyze the fairy tale using 'Elements of a fairy tale'.
  • Students can compare different fairy tales using the worksheet 'Problems and solution'.
  • For more able students, they can write a fairy tale using 'Planning a traditional tale'.

4. Are they the same?

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Source: NGfL Cymru
Media: Web page Animation 
Resources Types: Interactive Teaching Materials 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Characters in a fairy tale, e.g. princess, giant
  • Use the simple past tense to describe activities or events in a story

Reading:

  • Recognize the format and language features of a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

Writing:

  • Use story structure that comprises setting, characters, problems, events and solutions
  • Use appropriate formats, conventions and languages features when writing a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/are_they_the_same/eng/Introduct/default.htm

Brief Description:
An online activity to find the differences and similarities between fairy tales and make a fairy tale

User Tips:

  • Read the instructions in 'Starter activity' to read the setting and the characters of the fairy tales.
  • Click 'Main session - part 1' to match the characters with the fairy tales.
  • Click 'Main session - part 2' to make a chart that compares characters and incidents in fairy tales. Students can draw conclusion about the features of fairy tales.
  • For more able students, they can click 'Plenary' to make their own fairy tale.

5. Fractured Fairy Tale

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Source: www.readwritethink.org
Media: Animation 
Resources Types: Interactive Teaching Materials 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Use the simple past tense to describe activities or events in a story

Reading:

  • Recognize the format and language features of a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

Writing:

  • Provide personal ideas and information based on a model or framework provided
  • Use appropriate formats, conventions and languages features when writing a variety of text types, e.g. fairy tales

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/fairytales/

Brief Description:
An online activity to read and write a fractured fairy tale

User Tips:

  • Before writing, read a sample fractured fairy tale.
  • Choose a fairy tale (e.g. Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, The Prince and the Pea) as a framework to start writing.
  • Students can write a fractured version of the fairy tale by changing the elements of the story (e.g. characters, setting, problem, ending).
  • Students can print out their fairy tale after writing.
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