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Language and Communication Talk about things in the recent past  This resource has been viewed by a moderator.

Description:

The student will be able to relate things about things that have happened earlier in the day or during the previous weekend to others. They will be able to recall what others have just said to them about their recent experiences.

Early years skill:not specified
Early years typical range:not specified
P-scales/Curriculum skill:English
P-scales/Curriculum level:P8
TAP skill:Language (old categories)
TAP level:TAP48
Pre/Nat. Curriculum Area:not specified
Pre/Nat. Curiculum Standard:not specified
Section:Secondary (11-16yrs) info; Post School Education info; Adult info
Activity/strategy name and materials required How to do the activity Key principles for doing the activity and comments
What have you done today?

Optional - way of recording students responses - e.g. paper/pen, whiteboard/marker

  1. Go round each student in turn asking what they have done today - e.g. "what did you do this morning": ideally one or two things each.
  2. Write and/or sketch something (very roughly!!) under each student's name on the sheet of paper (you can use this as a prompt later).
  3. After all students have said something, pretend to have "forotten" what they'd said - ask individual students to remind you, for example "Karen, what did Abdul do?" - use the prompt sheet if necessary.

Variations

  • After a student has said what they did, get them to ask their neighbour what they did.
  • Get the students to ask each other in pairs and then tell the whole group what their partner did.
  • Ask students to say what they did at the weekend or what they did in the holidays.
What have you done today - with a ball

Optional - way of recording students responses - e.g. paper/pen, whiteboard/marker

Soft ball or beanbag

  1. Go round each student in turn asking what they have done today - e.g. "what did you do this morning": ideally one or two things each.
  2. Write and/or sketch something (very roughly!!) under each student's name on the sheet of paper (you can use this as a prompt later).
  3. Give a student the ball, they need to choose one person, say their name and what they did - e.g. "Michael - you went swimming", then throw the ball to that person - use the prompt sheet if necessary.
  4. The person who receives the ball then chooses someone else to throw it to.
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