Role play of stories is bewxre effective aid which contributes in building confidence in the child and allows exploration of different expressions, emotions and feelings. The teacher can use this as a chance to point out difficult words, language features and concepts. This could be done in first by developing their ideas in groups or pairs and then delivering them to the class or other groups or pairs. Refresh and try again.
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Role play of stories is bewxre effective aid which contributes in building confidence in the child and allows exploration of different expressions, emotions and feelings. The teacher can use this as a chance to point out difficult words, language features and concepts. This could be done in first by developing their ideas in groups or pairs and then delivering them to the class or other groups or pairs.
Refresh and try again. Children could pick a subject and write instructions both seriously and then more like those in the book. What would the consequences of that be? The story ends with the wolf being exhausted from all the errands that his ingredients eventually leave him injured and hungrier before whereas the boy escapes unharmed and makes his way home, even bringing daffodils to his mother.
Blunde,l and every time the wolf runs around frantically gathering the ingredients, he forgets an ingredient the salt and is given an entirely new recipe and list of ingredients to follow. Oct 17, Habibah rated it it was amazing.
Alternatively, were the boy or the wolf to be put in other well known stories or situations, students could consider how they might cope or react to change those story outcomes. May 11, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. The boy goes home to his mum to explain his adventure while the wolf feels sorry for himself and very hungry! This can be used several ways in the classroom, as part of independent reading, or used as part of guided reading to develop comprehension.
This hungry wolf is eager to eat the boy, however the young boy persuades the wolf to collect an array of ingredients to make him even more appetising. Beware of Boys 1 3 Oct 12, Greedy Mr Wolf suspects nothing as the boy comes up with ridiculously funny recipes and sends him running around all over the place collecting ingredients.
Prediction and questioning are key elements that can be focussed upon in Beware Of Boys and literal thinking skills, based on the various recipes, can be significantly developed as a result.
Is this similar to other stories? Soon the greedy wolf is running round trying to find all the ingredients — with hilarious results! This was a funny short story, which was well illustrated throughout Beware of Boys is a story about a boy who is captured by a wolf and taken to his cave. I was first introduced beqare this fabulous book during an English session at university as part of my PGCE course.
I particularly enjoyed reading the recipes for each dish and wondering why some none cooking ingredients were required. Soon the greedy wolf is booys round trying to find all the ingredients — with hilarious results! This book follows the story of a young boy who encounters trouble with a hungry wolf. Blundell hooks readers into his modern fairy tale jumping straight in at the point of capture. Finally this book I believe would be suitable for KS1 children who is at a higher ability at reading.
This story is great for children in KS1 and KS2 as it is very funny and engaging ebware the children do not expect the ending to be as humorous as it is. The writing also follows some of the basic formulas for creating a fairy tale by having a clear beginning, middle and end as well as having three sections of repetition in the main body.
This could look at form, complexity and varying types of instructions or directions. Beware of Boys by Tony Blundell The wolf falls for the little boys trick and goes to gather all the bbeware. Such as Jack and the Boyz Etc.
Oct 02, Charlotte Peters rated it really liked it. This book is quite funny and one which the children will enjoy. As the wolf is bigger, scarier and stronger than the him, the boy realises that he must use his intellect to outsmart and trick the wolf.
The illustrations would help children who are more visual in their approach towards reading recognise and identify the ingredients. The book reinforces prior knowledge of books with similar characters to the wolf from previous books children have read. The book could easily be fitted into a reading time for keystage 2 pupils in year because of the complexity of the theme and scope for class discussion. Dec 08, Sam rated it liked it. The illustrations inside the book are also colourful and very good to help children gain a better understanding of what is happening in the story.
As expected, the wolf returns to the boy only to discover that he has forgotten the salt. Related Posts
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Oct 07, Huma Khan rated it really liked it Recommended to Huma by: Alison When a hungry wolf meets a young boy he knows exactly what he wants for supper! He captures the boy but the boy has a very clever plan and suggests some special and delicious recipes - like Boy Soup, Boy Cake, and Boy Pie. Soon the greedy wolf is running round trying to find all the ingredients - with hilarious results. The book arrives at a very satisfying conclusion where by the end, the wolf is exhausted and collapses under a pile of ingredients. The boy happily bikes home to his mother, When a hungry wolf meets a young boy he knows exactly what he wants for supper! The boy happily bikes home to his mother, where he presents her with a bouquet of daffodils.
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