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  • 1. Has anyone got an idea, web, Anecdote that they would like to Share? Note it down in your mini book We will start each class sharing What Do you Want From this Reflexion on last session Course?
  • 2. Topic Web – St George’s Day LITERACY SCIENCE ART GEOGRAPHY HISTORY
  • 3. Cross Curriculum LITERACY LOWER SCIENCE GEOGRAPHY HISTORY ART •Drama – script for play George and the dragon, • Story and program for parents •Texts on real dragons: komodo dragon and crocodiles. •Questions and Answers, predictions •gap fill exercises •Scenery •Posters • Pamphlets advertising the play. •How to care for a pet dragon – fiction writing in the style of instructional writing. (genres) •Debate – does the loch ness monster really exist? •Factual research (History and Geography) •Who was St. George? Did he really exist? Where did he live? •Investigating paintings – an in-depth look at the painting of George and the Dragon by Rogier van der Weyden. PRIMARY UPPER PRIMARY
  • 4. Literacy Basic Storyline flashcards for George and Dragon story
  • 5. Flashcards curtesy of www.sparkelebox.com
  • 6. This is a more gentle version supplied by Oxford Reading Tree The Little Dragon
  • 7. The little Dragon A play by 1ª and 1b. This is the story of how princesses really DO like dragons.
  • 8. The story is told by our narrators from 1ª and 1b. These are two classes. 1ª and 1b.
  • 9. These are the characters This the king from 1B Iker. And from 1ª Damien
  • 10. Here are the knights. This is Samuel from 1b. This is Pelayo from 1ª. Dont they look brave!
  • 11. These are the princesses This is Maria from 1ª This is Alicia from 1b Aren’t they
  • 12. These are the dragons. This is Irene from 1b. This is Yago from 1ª But they are only little dragons!
  • 13. These are the trees. This is Yago from 1ª. This is Javier from 1b. Aren’t they green!
  • 14. Here come the king and the knight into the palace. I am the king. Go and fight the dragon. I am the knight. I will go and fight the dragon.
  • 15. The knight went in search of the dragon. Meanwhile in the palace garden…… I am the tree. I am the dragon, but i am only a little dragon.
  • 16. Here comes the princess and the dragon hides behind the tree. I am the princess. I like dragons. The dragon heard this and came out of hiding to play with the princess.
  • 17. Here comes the knight- Oh no! I am the knight and i will fight the dragon. I am frightened said the dragon. I am cross said the princess.
  • 18. So the princess helped the dragon. She pushed the knight into a pond. The princess and the dragon are happy.
  • 19. Video of St George and Dragon
  • 20. The Fat Princess The Fat Princess, Shy Dragon and Cowardly Knight. Adapted for the stage by class 2A Characters: Narrators Fat Princess (I love crisps) Cowardly Knight (I can’t say boo to a goose!) Shy Dragon (don’t call me wallflower!) All Class
  • 21. The Playscript Narrator: Once there was a princess. She was a fat princess and she really loved crisps. Narrator: She was walking in the castle garden eating a very big bag of crisps. Princess: Oh what a beautiful day and even better as I have a big bag of crisps. Narrator: Near the princess is a very shy dragon who is trying his best to capture her (because that’s what dragons do!) but he is just too shy! She doesn’t notice him as she is so involved eating her crisps. Dragon (making his best dragon noises) plucks up courage and captures the princess, but in a very shy way. Narrator Princess: The Princess started screaming very loudly. Help me! Help me! My crisps they have fallen on the floor!
  • 22. Narrator: George was riding by on his horse. George: Hey! What’s that? It sounds like a princess in distress!! Oh no! That means I have to go and investigate and i might get hurt. What a problem it is being a knight and frightened of everything! Narrator: George rides into the castle garden. He sees the princess and falls in love immediately, George loves crisps too! George: Oh look what a beautiful princess, I must be in love! And look at that big bag of crisps. But first I have to fight the dragon.... oh no he may hurt me! Narrator: George plucked up all his courage and fought the dragon
  • 23. Dragon: This is too scary for me I’m off. Narrator: The dragon ran off and was never seen again (he actually went on a course to become a real dragon.) Princess: George: Narrator: What a handsome knight! My hero! Would you like a crisp? Your welcome and Oh yes please, I love crisps. So George married the Princess and they ate lots of crisps together The End
  • 24. characters Princess Adjectives Beautiful Knight Brave Dragon Other adjectives Fierce Work in your groups and find some alternative adjectives for the different charcters.
  • 25. Take a look at this playscript again. Think how your play could be. Discuss the characters and how they would behave What they would say, and what is the basic plot.
  • 26. Make groups. with your adjectives Think about the scenes, how many are there? and the brief summary of the storyline. Maybe think of a script for one of the scenes. Choose who will be which character. prepare to act out a small sample. Don’t forget your narrator.
  • 27. Art Activity Work in your groups and design a poster Use link between Adjective and Shape, Size and decoration for your lettering
  • 28. Art Activity Look at this painting of St George and answer the Questions on the screen. You can work in pairs.
  • 29. Art Activity Investigating and talking about a Painting The artist Rogier van der Weyden was born in 1400 and died 1464. He lived in Brussels and was a busy artist with many assistants and pupils. This painting is actually quite small, about the size of your hand and was painted with oil paints on to wood. The painting was completed around 1435. There is so much detail in the painting that experts think that the artist used a very fine brush and a magnifying glass to help him.
  • 30. Looking at a painting • Take a look at the following slide and take in the details. • • • • Think about the time it was painted when considering your answers. • • • • • What is the Princess doing? Describe what she is wearing? What do you think the dragon stands for? What emblem tells you the man on the horse is St. George? What is he doing? Who do you think lives in the castle? Why are there bones and skulls at the bottom of the picture? Can you see the two men on horses travelling to the castle?
  • 31. History Activity Look at the gap fill on facts to do with St George’s Day See what the class can do first and then Read through and help all to fill in. You can incorporate this into your performance.
  • 32. Complete the fact sheet. St George’s day is on the …… of ………. He is the ………….. Saint of ………………. George was a …………….. who fought a ……………. and saved a ……………. The …………… for England is the ……….. ………….. The Flag for England is ………… with a ………….. ……………… Dragon England patron 23rd princess symbol April red knight red rose white cross
  • 33. History – Questions on St George Text Take a card and then look for your other half!
  • 34. Science Komodo dragons - video Use your questions to Pick out the info http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTnrm338_KY
  • 35. Questions whilst watching video • • • • • • • • Where is the zoo? What is about to happen? Why is it so amazing How much do adults weigh? How long can they live? How many are left in the wild? Where do they live? What do they feed on in the zoo?
  • 36. Not forgetting Infants • Of course all the above is meant for first, second and third cycles of Primary but look at these activities and see what you think:Make a collage of the Dragon Princess knight Make props Crown, sword, sheild, mask Make a comic strip using the kids art work To make the story come to life. use the adjectives to make labels for Your story A Big Green Dragon