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This LTE lesson is structured over 2 lessons and explore Anthony Browne’s “Voices in the Park”. In the first lesson pupils develop their understanding of narrative perspective through the LTE reasoning pattern of Frames of Reference. In lesson one pupils study  the different narrative accounts developing understanding of characterisation and plot.

In lesson two, narrative sequencing is developed as pupils consider the sequencing of the different voices and its impact on the reader. Pupils also consider how our understanding of the characters and events are influenced by the accompanying illustrations.

You can learn more about how the lessons unfold in the classroom here:

Voices in the Park: Starting a year of LTE teaching and reflection

Ripples of reading in LTE: Voices Lesson Two

 

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