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Nursery Class

Date 26/01/10
Adult led focus activity 1
Outline of Activity: Commenting on video
with subtitles following on from previous
viewing
Aspects of learning: Staff member:
x&y
PSED Dispositions & Attitudes
K&U Exploration & Investigation
CLL Linking Sounds & Letters

Development Matters ( Learning Teaching strategies:


Intentions): Review Friday’s Pingu egg video. Invite
26-36 months children to talk to each other on what they
30-50 months Know information can be can remember. Adult to model vocabulary.
relayed in the form of print Scribe chn’s commentaries on video with
Describe and talk about what they see subtitle program
40-60 months Vocabulary – egg, incubate, hatch, baby,
Show an awareness of change. parent. Brother & sister

Key Questions – Where do baby penguins


come from?

SEN/EAL – Non-Verbal prompts


Target Group: Write their name before commentary
Those children who show an interest and subtitle
Named Children- Think of other birds or animals that come
a,b,c,d,e (focus chn) from eggs

Evaluation/Assessment Possible lines of development:


role play/ act out what happened in the
great reaction; inclusive activity film
lots of good language describing events
Adult led focus activity 2
Outline of Activity: Compare Oral reading
of 'where the Wild things are ' with
cartoon version

Aspects of learning: Staff member:


Communication Language & Literacy
Greg
Development Matters ( Learning Teaching strategies:
Intentions): Vocabulary – wild, boat , rumpus
26-36 months Key Questions –
30-50 months SEN/EAL –

40-60 months

Target Group: Extension children:

Evaluation: Possible lines of development:


Adult led focus activity 3
Outline of Activity:

Aspects of learning: Staff member:

Development Matters ( Learning Teaching strategies:


Intentions): Vocabulary –
30-50 months Key Questions –
40-60 months SEN/EAL –

Target Group: Extension children:

Evaluation: Possible lines of development:


Indoor/Outdoor Weekly and Daily Plan
Highlighted = Activities planned in response to children’s interests Non-highlighted = activities planned
to ensure balance across the curriculum
Role of the
Adult
(Effective
Practice ):
Strategies for
the adult to
use
- Verbal
responses /
Non Verbal
responses /
Show genuine
interest /
Respect
children’s own
decisions and
choices /
Inviting
children to
elaborate
- Recapping :
encourage
children to
organise their
own experience
/ Offering
your own
experience
- Clarifying
ideas / Waiting
for a response
( count to
10) / Not
hurrying
children /
Suggesting
reminding
- Using
specific praise
to encourage
further
thinking /
Offering an
alternative
point of view /
Speculating -
what might
happen if / Be
creative – lets
pretend to
-
Reciprocating /
Asking open
questions /
Reflect
together on
shared
experiences /
Modeling and
demonstrating
thinking – think
out loud
Date: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Adult Roles:

Reading 1:1
Children’s
Needs,
interests and
schemas –what
we observed
Changes
throughout
the week
(e.g. info. from
parents,
spontaneous
events)
Malleable

Creative

Role play -
shopping
Post Office

Construction

Science
Investigation

Graphics

Music/Dance

ICT+
interactive
whiteboard

Support Groups

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday