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Grade 2 - Term 3 & 4: Listening and Speaking

  • english kingThis is an old village story of how a king long his dearly loved daughter lost his daughter because he wanted to dictate how her life should be and she had no say in her own life.

    Suitable for these activities:

    • Express feelings about a story and gives reason
    • Answer open ended questions and justifies answer
    • Use terms such as noun, adjective and verb
    • Recognises common double consonants such as at the end of words.
    • Express whether the story was liked and is able to justify the response
    • Discuss different cultures represented in stories
  • eng plantPalesa loves plants is a story about a girl who adores plants and communicates with them on a daily basis.

    Suitable for these activities:

    • Listen to and repeat rhythmic patterns and copies correctly
    • Match and sort things according to shape, colour etc.
  • Scared TumiWhat if there’s a monster under my bed?” Tumi is scared. Mama tries to show him that everything is okay.

    Suitable for these activities:

    • Express feelings about a story and gives reason
    • Answer open ended questions and justifies answer
    • Spell words correctly using their phonic knowledge
    • Talk about personal experiences and more general news
    • Read aloud to a partner
    • Talk about personal experiences and more general news
  • Small birds big adventureSmall Bird loves the Giant. But where is the Giant? Small Bird goes on an adventure to find her.

    Suitable for these activities:

    • Listen to and repeat rhythmic patterns and copies correctly
    • Use terms such as noun, adjective and verb
    • Learn to spell ten words a week taken from phonics lessons and sight words.
  • The SeaOn a very hot day, a child goes to the sea, where she discovers a game she can play with the waves.

    Suitable for these activities:

    • Listen to and repeat rhythmic patterns and copies correctly
    • Recognises vowels digraphs e.g. ‘oo’, ‘ee’, ‘oa’, ‘ea’, ‘ai’.