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Lesson 7

NEW: IDIOMS

KS1: Pupils will be introduced to figurative language, looking together at a few everyday idioms and using them to create a funny class joke.

KS2: Pupils will look at the figurative meanings of common idioms to help them create their very own jokes to perform for the class.

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KEY STAGE 1
ENGLISH CURRICULUM
SCOTTISH CURRICULUM
WELSH CURRICULUM
KEY STAGE 2
ENGLISH CURRICULUM
SCOTTISH CURRICULUM
WELSH CURRICULUM
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HOMOPHONES
All about the pun
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KNOCK, KNOCK JOKES
Punctuation and language patterns
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SILLY JOKES
Question words and wacky ideas
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COMPOUND WORDS
Jokes using two-part words
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CONJUNCTIONS/ CONNECTIVES
Jokes using complex sentences
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STAND-UP PERFORMANCES
Create and perform a joke routine
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NEW: IDIOMS
Idioms are a piece of cake
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NEW: RHYMES
Rhyming games and jokes
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"I have some disengaged learners, with behaviour problems who become totally engrossed in Beano . Unprompted, one boy started creating his own regular comic – an amazing, creative storyline with fantastic vocabulary."
Mrs R., Class 3 teacher, Bradford
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