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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of young children set out to discover why punctuation is important for clarity in the BBC newsroom.

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This clip explores the importance of getting your punctuation right in news and journalism. One of the children has to put the correct punctuation into a paragraph, including full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, capital letters, commas and apostrophes. The function of each punctuation mark is clearly explained and further examples are given to consolidate learning. Her correct answers are clearly highlighted and her incorrect responses are corrected and explained.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mtjnp.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy? 

Follow this link for Teacher Notes:
https://www.bbc.com/teach/class-clips-video/why-is-punctuation-important-in-news/z7v6nrd

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland. 

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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of young children set out to discover why punctuation is important for clarity in the BBC newsroom.

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This clip explores the importance of getting your punctuation right in news and journalism. One of the children has to put the correct punctuation into a paragraph, including full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, capital letters, commas and apostrophes. The function of each punctuation mark is clearly explained and further examples are given to consolidate learning. Her correct answers are clearly highlighted and her incorrect responses are corrected and explained.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mtjnp.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

Follow this link for Teacher Notes:
https://www.bbc.com/teach/class-clips-video/why-is-punctuation-important-in-news/z7v6nrd

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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Why is punctuation important in news? | English Language - Punctuation Rules

Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of children visit an advertising agency to learn about the importance of punctuation in advertisements.

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Children are given three adverts with multiple choice questions to test their knowledge of parentheses. They learn how and why brackets, commas and dashes are used.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mtjd4.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

KS2, KS3: Use the format as a template for a similar workshop in the class, where pupils are tasked with testing their knowledge of parentheses.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland. 

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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of children visit an advertising agency to learn about the importance of punctuation in advertisements.

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Children are given three adverts with multiple choice questions to test their knowledge of parentheses. They learn how and why brackets, commas and dashes are used.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mtjd4.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

KS2, KS3: Use the format as a template for a similar workshop in the class, where pupils are tasked with testing their knowledge of parentheses.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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Punctuation for adverts - brackets, commas and dashes | English Language - Punctuation Rules

Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of children visit Manchester City Football Club to learn about why grammar and punctuation are so important in sports journalism.

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The challenge is to identify fronted adverbials in a match report and insert the comma in the correct place. Radzi explains what a verb, adverb and fronted adverbial are in a very visual way before the task begins. The second part of the task is to use the apostrophe correctly to show plural possession. There are a number of very clear examples displayed before this task begins. Radzi returns to the task to check the contestant’s answers and correct responses are clearly highlighted.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mtj23.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

Pupils could apply their knowledge from this clip and write a sports report for a real school event. Teachers may also choose to do recount writing after this activity. Some pupils may benefit from more practice using the apostrophe to show plural possession.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland. 

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More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of children visit Manchester City Football Club to learn about why grammar and punctuation are so important in sports journalism.

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The challenge is to identify fronted adverbials in a match report and insert the comma in the correct place. Radzi explains what a verb, adverb and fronted adverbial are in a very visual way before the task begins. The second part of the task is to use the apostrophe correctly to show plural possession. There are a number of very clear examples displayed before this task begins. Radzi returns to the task to check the contestant’s answers and correct responses are clearly highlighted.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mtj23.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

Pupils could apply their knowledge from this clip and write a sports report for a real school event. Teachers may also choose to do recount writing after this activity. Some pupils may benefit from more practice using the apostrophe to show plural possession.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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Verbs and adverbs in sport | English Language - Punctuation Rules

Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of young children visit Manchester Central Library to learn how to identify correct punctuation in a paragraph of a story.

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The children are challenged to identify inverted commas, full stops and question marks in a paragraph of a story. Author Michael Rosen reads an excerpt from a book and explains how important punctuation is. The children are set a task involving punctuating direct speech in a paragraph. The task is presented as speech bubbles and a paragraph, and errors are corrected.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage 
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mt8zt.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

This clip could be used as an introduction to writing dialogue in a narrative. Teachers could create similar tasks with speech bubbles for pupils to convert into paragraphs. Or pupils could read a paragraph and pull out the examples of dialogue to insert into speech bubbles.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland. 

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of young children visit Manchester Central Library to learn how to identify correct punctuation in a paragraph of a story.

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The children are challenged to identify inverted commas, full stops and question marks in a paragraph of a story. Author Michael Rosen reads an excerpt from a book and explains how important punctuation is. The children are set a task involving punctuating direct speech in a paragraph. The task is presented as speech bubbles and a paragraph, and errors are corrected.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mt8zt.

=====================
Teaching English Language or Literacy?

This clip could be used as an introduction to writing dialogue in a narrative. Teachers could create similar tasks with speech bubbles for pupils to convert into paragraphs. Or pupils could read a paragraph and pull out the examples of dialogue to insert into speech bubbles.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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YouTube Video UExjdkVjcnNGXzl6TEZSbVkzbGN4bjktZHpPalR3ZG9ocS41MjE1MkI0OTQ2QzJGNzNG

Stories - inverted commas, full stops and question marks | English Language - Punctuation Rules

Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and some children visit a shopping arcade, where they look at a series of boards with confusing messages and insert commas or hyphens to make them easier to understand.

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The group visit a shopping arcade where there are a series of boards with messages written on. There is a mini-tutorial explaining the use of a hyphen in 'man eating shark' or 'man-eating shark'. One of the children is tasked with inserting comma(s) or hyphen(s) to clarify the meaning. After the task, Radzi reviews each board and explains if the child is correct or not. There is a detailed explanation of using commas in a list and also an explanation of how the word ‘and’ is used in a list sentence.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage 
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mt7gj.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

Using commas in ambiguous list sentences is a tricky area of grammar to teach. Pupils will benefit from the explanation about the comma before ‘and’. Pupils could create their own boards on black paper to demonstrate their understanding of this.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland. 

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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Subscribe to create your own customised playlists, and get notified about our latest clips. As we have them, new videos will be uploaded on the following days:

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Fridays: Business Studies, Design and Technology, English Literature

Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and some children visit a shopping arcade, where they look at a series of boards with confusing messages and insert commas or hyphens to make them easier to understand.

Subscribe for more English Language clips from BBC Teach on Tuesdays when we have them in: http://bit.ly/BBCSubscribeTeach

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The group visit a shopping arcade where there are a series of boards with messages written on. There is a mini-tutorial explaining the use of a hyphen in 'man eating shark' or 'man-eating shark'. One of the children is tasked with inserting comma(s) or hyphen(s) to clarify the meaning. After the task, Radzi reviews each board and explains if the child is correct or not. There is a detailed explanation of using commas in a list and also an explanation of how the word ‘and’ is used in a list sentence.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mt7gj.

=====================
Teaching English Language or Literacy?

Using commas in ambiguous list sentences is a tricky area of grammar to teach. Pupils will benefit from the explanation about the comma before ‘and’. Pupils could create their own boards on black paper to demonstrate their understanding of this.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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Subscribe to create your own customised playlists, and get notified about our latest clips. As we have them, new videos will be uploaded on the following days:

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YouTube Video UExjdkVjcnNGXzl6TEZSbVkzbGN4bjktZHpPalR3ZG9ocS4wOTA3OTZBNzVEMTUzOTMy

At the shops - commas and hyphens | English Language - Punctuation Rules

Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of children visit a law firm to learn about using punctuation in presentations; finding out about colons, semi-colons and bullet points. 

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The group find out what a board meeting is, and about presenting information in a precise manner. They insert colons and list items from a paragraph into bullet points. Radzi and the children have a conversation about the use of ‘and’ in a bulleted list. In the second part of the task, the children need to use a colon and a semi-colon. Using a colon to introduce a list and semi-colons to separate items in a descriptive list are explained.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage  
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was  p02mt76l.

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Teaching English Language or Literacy?

If pupils are working on a piece of non-fiction writing, they may need to understand how to use bullet points. Pupils will be able to practice their understanding of skimming and scanning to illustrate that they have understood the main points of a text. Using semi-colons in a descriptive list could be a practical activity where pupils create their own sentences in a particular context – what a doctor needs, how to be a top goal scorer, how to apply gel nails etc.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland. 

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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Subscribe to create your own customised playlists, and get notified about our latest clips. As we have them, new videos will be uploaded on the following days:

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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of children visit a law firm to learn about using punctuation in presentations; finding out about colons, semi-colons and bullet points.

Subscribe for more English Language clips from BBC Teach on Tuesdays when we have them in: http://bit.ly/BBCSubscribeTeach

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The group find out what a board meeting is, and about presenting information in a precise manner. They insert colons and list items from a paragraph into bullet points. Radzi and the children have a conversation about the use of ‘and’ in a bulleted list. In the second part of the task, the children need to use a colon and a semi-colon. Using a colon to introduce a list and semi-colons to separate items in a descriptive list are explained.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

For more clips from Punctuation Rules: http://bit.ly/TeachPunctuation
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02mt76l.

=====================
Teaching English Language or Literacy?

If pupils are working on a piece of non-fiction writing, they may need to understand how to use bullet points. Pupils will be able to practice their understanding of skimming and scanning to illustrate that they have understood the main points of a text. Using semi-colons in a descriptive list could be a practical activity where pupils create their own sentences in a particular context – what a doctor needs, how to be a top goal scorer, how to apply gel nails etc.

This clip is relevant for teaching English Language and Literacy at KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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For more clips from other subjects at the BBC Teach YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/bbcteach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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YouTube Video UExjdkVjcnNGXzl6TEZSbVkzbGN4bjktZHpPalR3ZG9ocS4xMkVGQjNCMUM1N0RFNEUx

Making your point - colons, semi-colons and bullet points | English Language - Punctuation Rules

Suitable for 7-11s.
BBC Reporter Leah Boleto outlines the key elements required to write a balanced discussion piece. From a series of BBC clips teaching writing skills.

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Leah Boleto demonstrates how to write discussion or discursive text with a balanced view, so that both sides of the argument are given and the piece remains objective. She outlines how to research in different ways to find supporting evidence, such as statistics, which will justify your arguments. She also demonstrates how to summarise information and write a closing statement. Keywords and examples; for example, what writing in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person means, are clearly explained and presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces. 

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KS2: Ask the pupils as a group to come up with arguments ‘for’ and ‘against’ wearing a school uniform. They can then watch and check if they predicted the same main reasons as Leah. Set them the challenge of writing their own discussion piece on a topic using all the techniques outlined by Leah. You could also use the detailed explanation of writing in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person as part of a grammar lesson about pronouns.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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BBC Reporter Leah Boleto outlines the key elements required to write a balanced discussion piece. From a series of BBC clips teaching writing skills.

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Leah Boleto demonstrates how to write discussion or discursive text with a balanced view, so that both sides of the argument are given and the piece remains objective. She outlines how to research in different ways to find supporting evidence, such as statistics, which will justify your arguments. She also demonstrates how to summarise information and write a closing statement. Keywords and examples; for example, what writing in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person means, are clearly explained and presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces.

For our Writing Non-Fiction playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachWNFiction
For more clips from The Facts about Non-Fiction: http://bit.ly/TeachNonFictionFacts
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For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lr1y5.

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KS2: Ask the pupils as a group to come up with arguments ‘for’ and ‘against’ wearing a school uniform. They can then watch and check if they predicted the same main reasons as Leah. Set them the challenge of writing their own discussion piece on a topic using all the techniques outlined by Leah. You could also use the detailed explanation of writing in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person as part of a grammar lesson about pronouns.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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How to write a discussion with Leah Boleto | English - Facts about Non-Fiction

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Author Michael Rosen gives his top tips on how to write an engaging recount. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Michael Rosen explains how he reads his work aloud in order to edit and draft it. He outlines that recount writing should have a beginning, middle and ending. He also describes how pupils can use emotive language to make their writing more interesting. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces. 

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KS2: Two different planning skeletons are presented – a timeline and a picture to sequence events. You could use one or both of these planning skeletons in a shared/guided writing session to demonstrate how to plan a recount. Pupils could choose which skeleton they prefer. You could read a picture book to pupils and ask them to sequence key events from the story using either the timeline or the picture diagram. Pupils may use these skeletons as their own planning skeletons.

KS3: You could ask pupils to write a recount in role as a more obscure or abstract object, for example: The glass slipper from Cinderella, the mirror from Snow White, the chair form Goldilocks or a wand in Harry Potter. Watching this resource first will remind pupils about the key features for recount writing and provide them with a choice of planning skeletons to use when planning their writing.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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Author Michael Rosen gives his top tips on how to write an engaging recount. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Michael Rosen explains how he reads his work aloud in order to edit and draft it. He outlines that recount writing should have a beginning, middle and ending. He also describes how pupils can use emotive language to make their writing more interesting. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces.

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KS2: Two different planning skeletons are presented – a timeline and a picture to sequence events. You could use one or both of these planning skeletons in a shared/guided writing session to demonstrate how to plan a recount. Pupils could choose which skeleton they prefer. You could read a picture book to pupils and ask them to sequence key events from the story using either the timeline or the picture diagram. Pupils may use these skeletons as their own planning skeletons.

KS3: You could ask pupils to write a recount in role as a more obscure or abstract object, for example: The glass slipper from Cinderella, the mirror from Snow White, the chair form Goldilocks or a wand in Harry Potter. Watching this resource first will remind pupils about the key features for recount writing and provide them with a choice of planning skeletons to use when planning their writing.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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How to write recounts with Michael Rosen | English - Facts about Non-Fiction

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Wildlife expert Chris Packham demonstrates the basics of writing a 'how to' guide, using his camera as inspiration. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Chris Packham describes the key elements required to write a good explanation. He outlines how to use short, simple sentences, logical sequenced steps and technical vocabulary that may need explaining in a glossary. He also explains how to use causal linking words and time linking conjunctions. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces. 

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This clip could be used as an introduction to writing explanation texts. You could pause the clip at various stages in order to ask the pupils questions to check their understanding. Some cards with key features of explanation writing could be shared amongst pupils as they watch the resource. After watching they could write definitions and examples for these cards. 

Pupils could also create a success criteria for their own writing after watching the features be explained in this resource.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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Wildlife expert Chris Packham demonstrates the basics of writing a 'how to' guide, using his camera as inspiration. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Chris Packham describes the key elements required to write a good explanation. He outlines how to use short, simple sentences, logical sequenced steps and technical vocabulary that may need explaining in a glossary. He also explains how to use causal linking words and time linking conjunctions. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces.

For our Writing Non-Fiction playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachWNFiction
For more clips from The Facts about Non-Fiction: http://bit.ly/TeachNonFictionFacts
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage

For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lr49p.

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This clip could be used as an introduction to writing explanation texts. You could pause the clip at various stages in order to ask the pupils questions to check their understanding. Some cards with key features of explanation writing could be shared amongst pupils as they watch the resource. After watching they could write definitions and examples for these cards.

Pupils could also create a success criteria for their own writing after watching the features be explained in this resource.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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How to write explanations with Chris Packham | English - Facts about Non-Fiction

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TV chef Stefan Gates uses a cake recipe to outline how to write a set of instructions. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Stefan Gates demonstrates the process of instructional writing using the real-life situation of a cake recipe. He talks through the key features of instructional writing using the correct technical terms, for example chronological order, simple precise language and imperative or bossy verbs. He uses this real-life context to promote the process of editing and evaluating writing to ensure it is as accurate as possible. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces. 

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KS1: Ask pupils to identify how well Stefan writes his recipe. Does he use the correct language? How do you know? After he has made his cake, why does he change some of them? Pupils could be asked to make jottings while watching the clip and re-create the recipe. They may need to watch it a couple of times and you may need to pause the clip at various points, to ensure pupils can make clear notes. Pupils could also follow Stefan’s recipe and make the same cake together in class.

KS2/KS3: Ask pupils to recall the key features of instructional writing and write as many as they can remember on a flipchart/ whiteboards in groups. Watch the clip again together and ask them to check their own lists against the key features outlined. Ask them how well they think Stefan did. Could he have added any other sections to improve his instructions or final cake? What about a section exploring decorating the cake in different ways? Pupils could write a survival guide to demonstrate their understanding of chronological order and imperative verbs. Survival guides could be linked to pupils’ learning, for example: ‘How to survive in the Amazon/ Antarctic/ Space/ the 1960s/ without water.’ The survival guide could be related to a text pupils are reading too, eg How to survive the wrath of Macbeth.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 1st, 2nd  and 3rd Level in Scotland.

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Suitable for 5-14s.
TV chef Stefan Gates uses a cake recipe to outline how to write a set of instructions. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Stefan Gates demonstrates the process of instructional writing using the real-life situation of a cake recipe. He talks through the key features of instructional writing using the correct technical terms, for example chronological order, simple precise language and imperative or bossy verbs. He uses this real-life context to promote the process of editing and evaluating writing to ensure it is as accurate as possible. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces.

For our Writing Non-Fiction playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachWNFiction
For more clips from The Facts about Non-Fiction: http://bit.ly/TeachNonFictionFacts
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage

For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lr3df.

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KS1: Ask pupils to identify how well Stefan writes his recipe. Does he use the correct language? How do you know? After he has made his cake, why does he change some of them? Pupils could be asked to make jottings while watching the clip and re-create the recipe. They may need to watch it a couple of times and you may need to pause the clip at various points, to ensure pupils can make clear notes. Pupils could also follow Stefan’s recipe and make the same cake together in class.

KS2/KS3: Ask pupils to recall the key features of instructional writing and write as many as they can remember on a flipchart/ whiteboards in groups. Watch the clip again together and ask them to check their own lists against the key features outlined. Ask them how well they think Stefan did. Could he have added any other sections to improve his instructions or final cake? What about a section exploring decorating the cake in different ways? Pupils could write a survival guide to demonstrate their understanding of chronological order and imperative verbs. Survival guides could be linked to pupils’ learning, for example: ‘How to survive in the Amazon/ Antarctic/ Space/ the 1960s/ without water.’ The survival guide could be related to a text pupils are reading too, eg How to survive the wrath of Macbeth.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 1st, 2nd and 3rd Level in Scotland.

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Writing instructions with Stefan Gates | English - Facts about Non-Fiction

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Sports journalist Sonali Shah explains how to write an engaging non-chronological sports report. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Sonali Shah demonstrates the process of planning, writing and editing a sports story that she is working on, about what happens in a footballer’s medical. She takes you through the process from start to finish; identifying the key features of non-chronological writing and emphasising the importance of researching, drafting and proof-reading in her job as a sports journalist.  She also explains how important it is to engage the reader by using appropriate vocabulary. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces. 

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KS2: Watch the clip together and ask the pupils to consider the following questions: What is needed to write a good non-chronological report? What features are required? Can you remember any technical language to describe the features? When writing a non-chronological report, what format should it take? As a group come up with a list of the criteria required to write a successful non-chronological report. Students could then write their own. These could either be related to aspects of the curriculum – science, geography, history; or pupils could write reports which express their own interests.

KS3: As above, plus before watching, discuss the importance of proof-reading. How do we ensure that we have proof-read for spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors? Does reading aloud help you to proof-read?

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 1st, 2nd  and 3rd Level in Scotland.

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Suitable for 5-14s.
Sports journalist Sonali Shah explains how to write an engaging non-chronological sports report. From a series of BBC clips teaching key writing skills.

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Sonali Shah demonstrates the process of planning, writing and editing a sports story that she is working on, about what happens in a footballer’s medical. She takes you through the process from start to finish; identifying the key features of non-chronological writing and emphasising the importance of researching, drafting and proof-reading in her job as a sports journalist. She also explains how important it is to engage the reader by using appropriate vocabulary. Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces.

For our Writing Non-Fiction playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachWNFiction
For more clips from The Facts about Non-Fiction: http://bit.ly/TeachNonFictionFacts
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage

For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p030bdk0.

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KS2: Watch the clip together and ask the pupils to consider the following questions: What is needed to write a good non-chronological report? What features are required? Can you remember any technical language to describe the features? When writing a non-chronological report, what format should it take? As a group come up with a list of the criteria required to write a successful non-chronological report. Students could then write their own. These could either be related to aspects of the curriculum – science, geography, history; or pupils could write reports which express their own interests.

KS3: As above, plus before watching, discuss the importance of proof-reading. How do we ensure that we have proof-read for spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors? Does reading aloud help you to proof-read?

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 1st, 2nd and 3rd Level in Scotland.

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How to write reports with BBC Sport | English - Facts about Non-Fiction

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Can Shannon Flynn use persuasive writing to convince her Friday Download co-presenter, Richard Wisker, to listen to the latest Michael Bublé album? From a BBC series teaching the key basics of non-fiction writing.

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Shannon demonstrates how to write a persuasive text. She employs various techniques - like using an eye catchy snappy title, reasoning, counter arguments, rhetorical questions and a conclusion - to build a strong persuasive piece. But, will Richard be convinced that listening to latest Michael Bublé album really is worth doing? Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces. 

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KS2: At this stage pupils often fall into the trap of being too informal and chatty while writing persuasive texts. You could select some of the vocabulary that is explained in this resource and ask them, in pairs, to write definitions, for example: counter argument, emotive language, 1st person, rhetorical question, facts, opinions, balanced review. Then the pupils could watch the resource to check if their definitions were correct.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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Suitable for 5-14s.
Can Shannon Flynn use persuasive writing to convince her Friday Download co-presenter, Richard Wisker, to listen to the latest Michael Bublé album? From a BBC series teaching the key basics of non-fiction writing.

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Shannon demonstrates how to write a persuasive text. She employs various techniques - like using an eye catchy snappy title, reasoning, counter arguments, rhetorical questions and a conclusion - to build a strong persuasive piece. But, will Richard be convinced that listening to latest Michael Bublé album really is worth doing? Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre.

This clip is from the BBC series The Facts about Non-Fiction. This series helps you make your non-fiction writing the best it can be with the help of some well-known faces.

For our Writing Non-Fiction playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachWNFiction
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For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lr0pc.

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Teaching English Language?

KS2: At this stage pupils often fall into the trap of being too informal and chatty while writing persuasive texts. You could select some of the vocabulary that is explained in this resource and ask them, in pairs, to write definitions, for example: counter argument, emotive language, 1st person, rhetorical question, facts, opinions, balanced review. Then the pupils could watch the resource to check if their definitions were correct.

These clips will be relevant for teaching English at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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How to write persuasively with Friday Download | English - Facts about Non-Fiction

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A classic fairytale with a bit of a twist! Little Red Riding Hood meets a wolf in the forest and they have a friendly little dance.

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A classic fairytale with a bit of a twist! Little Red Riding Hood meets a wolf in the forest and they have a friendly little dance. Red points to where she’s going, giving the wolf the idea to race off to get there first. When Red arrives at her grandmother’s house, she soon realises that something isn’t right. Red stares at her big eyes, big ears and even bigger teeth - and it's at that point she knows that it’s actually the wolf! After a pillow fight, Red finds her grandmother in the wardrobe and together they drive the wolf from the house.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic fairy tales are reimagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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There are many writing opportunities that can be explored using this clip. Ask the class to watch the clip and, as there is no narration, question the children's understanding of the events. Split the story into different sections and allocate each section to a small group of children for them to perform, adding dialogue. This performance could be used to aid the children in writing a playscript based on the clip. Alternatively, the children could then work in role in pairs to interview the different characters involved in the story. These interviews could then form part of a radio broadcast which the children could write. Another possibility is that the children could write a diary entry about the day from either the viewpoint of little red riding hood, the wolf or grandma.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature and dance for KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd levels in Scotland.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A classic fairytale with a bit of a twist! Little Red Riding Hood meets a wolf in the forest and they have a friendly little dance.

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A classic fairytale with a bit of a twist! Little Red Riding Hood meets a wolf in the forest and they have a friendly little dance. Red points to where she’s going, giving the wolf the idea to race off to get there first. When Red arrives at her grandmother’s house, she soon realises that something isn’t right. Red stares at her big eyes, big ears and even bigger teeth - and it's at that point she knows that it’s actually the wolf! After a pillow fight, Red finds her grandmother in the wardrobe and together they drive the wolf from the house.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic fairy tales are reimagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
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There are many writing opportunities that can be explored using this clip. Ask the class to watch the clip and, as there is no narration, question the children's understanding of the events. Split the story into different sections and allocate each section to a small group of children for them to perform, adding dialogue. This performance could be used to aid the children in writing a playscript based on the clip. Alternatively, the children could then work in role in pairs to interview the different characters involved in the story. These interviews could then form part of a radio broadcast which the children could write. Another possibility is that the children could write a diary entry about the day from either the viewpoint of little red riding hood, the wolf or grandma.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature and dance for KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd levels in Scotland.

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Little Red Riding Hood | English Language - Once Upon a Time

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The fairy tale of The Enormous Pumpkin is told using movement and dance.

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The fairy tale is told using synchronised movement, animation and a real enormous pumpkin. A farmer plants seeds in a field. She falls asleep and when she wakes she finds that what has grown is the most enormous pumpkin! She calls her husband and together they try to shift it. They call more and more help. Finally, they call the farm dog, and then a tiny mouse, and they finally haul the pumpkin out of the field and everyone can share in the feast. 

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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This clip could be used as part of study on traditional tales. Let the children watch the clip and discuss the main events and the fact that there is no dialogue in the clip. Split the class up into groups and give them responsibility for acting out part of the story adding the dialogue they think is appropriate for their event. Put the whole class together to perform the story and use the dialogue and vocabulary from the performance to support the children in writing this tale. Could also be used in conjunction with traditional text. Compare and contrast the story or use it as a vehicle for hot seating to explore the characters. Create character descriptions eg tired, happy, hard-working. Use images of expression to develop emotional language eg happy, sad, tired and excited. Re-enact the story through drama. The piece could also be used for counting, and measuring in Maths. It could be used as an introduction to 'Growing plants' and 'Forces' in Science.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The fairy tale of The Enormous Pumpkin is told using movement and dance.

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The fairy tale is told using synchronised movement, animation and a real enormous pumpkin. A farmer plants seeds in a field. She falls asleep and when she wakes she finds that what has grown is the most enormous pumpkin! She calls her husband and together they try to shift it. They call more and more help. Finally, they call the farm dog, and then a tiny mouse, and they finally haul the pumpkin out of the field and everyone can share in the feast.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

For more clips from Once Upon a Time: http://bit.ly/TeachOnceUponATime
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p011mznw.

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Teaching English Language?

This clip could be used as part of study on traditional tales. Let the children watch the clip and discuss the main events and the fact that there is no dialogue in the clip. Split the class up into groups and give them responsibility for acting out part of the story adding the dialogue they think is appropriate for their event. Put the whole class together to perform the story and use the dialogue and vocabulary from the performance to support the children in writing this tale. Could also be used in conjunction with traditional text. Compare and contrast the story or use it as a vehicle for hot seating to explore the characters. Create character descriptions eg tired, happy, hard-working. Use images of expression to develop emotional language eg happy, sad, tired and excited. Re-enact the story through drama. The piece could also be used for counting, and measuring in Maths. It could be used as an introduction to 'Growing plants' and 'Forces' in Science.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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The Enormous Pumpkin | English Language - Once Upon a Time

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The Princess and The Pea is told using physical theatre and interpretive dance.

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The Princess and The Pea is told using physical theatre and interpretive dance. In this modern slant on the classic tale, five princesses are queuing up to audition to be the prince’s new wife, in the style of a TV talent show. He's unimpressed with the surreal performances of the first four, but falls in love with the last one who sings him a sweet love song. His mother the queen isn't convinced she's a real princess and makes her sleep on a pile of mattresses with a tiny pea right at the bottom. When she sleeps badly, the queen takes it as a sign that she is truly royal and they live happily ever after.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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There are many writing opportunities that can be explored using this clip beyond simply writing the story. Ask the class to watch the clip and as there is no narration, question the children to check their understanding of the events. The children could then design 'WANTED' posters for the prince, detailing what he wants in a future wife. Additionally, they could write a letter in response to this advert in role as one of the five princesses shown in the clip, trying to persuade the prince why they would be his perfect wife. This could also be used to explore PSHE themes around friendships and relationships and likes and dislikes.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The Princess and The Pea is told using physical theatre and interpretive dance.

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The Princess and The Pea is told using physical theatre and interpretive dance. In this modern slant on the classic tale, five princesses are queuing up to audition to be the prince’s new wife, in the style of a TV talent show. He's unimpressed with the surreal performances of the first four, but falls in love with the last one who sings him a sweet love song. His mother the queen isn't convinced she's a real princess and makes her sleep on a pile of mattresses with a tiny pea right at the bottom. When she sleeps badly, the queen takes it as a sign that she is truly royal and they live happily ever after.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

For more clips from Once Upon a Time: http://bit.ly/TeachOnceUponATime
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p011mb2s.

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Teaching English Language?

There are many writing opportunities that can be explored using this clip beyond simply writing the story. Ask the class to watch the clip and as there is no narration, question the children to check their understanding of the events. The children could then design 'WANTED' posters for the prince, detailing what he wants in a future wife. Additionally, they could write a letter in response to this advert in role as one of the five princesses shown in the clip, trying to persuade the prince why they would be his perfect wife. This could also be used to explore PSHE themes around friendships and relationships and likes and dislikes.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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The princess and the pea | English Language - Once Upon a Time

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A simplified version of the Greek myth told through interpretive dance. A father and son come up with an ingenious plan to escape from their prison in a tower, but pride comes before a fall. 

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A simplified version of the Greek myth of Icarus is told using interpretive dance. A father and son are imprisoned in a tower when a feather falls through the window, giving the father an idea to escape. They empty their pillows of feathers and using candle wax, make beautiful wings. Running through the castle to find a way out, the father launches his son up towards the sky and watches him fly away over the castle. But he flies towards the sun, the candle wax melts and the boy fall back to earth.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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This clip can be used to explore many different forms of writing. Following watching the clip, discuss with the class what other possible ways the father and son may have tried to escape from prison and consider which would also result in a tragic ending or which may allow both father and son to survive and escape. The children can then write instructions for their new invented means of escape or re write the ending of the story using their chosen escape route.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A simplified version of the Greek myth told through interpretive dance. A father and son come up with an ingenious plan to escape from their prison in a tower, but pride comes before a fall.

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A simplified version of the Greek myth of Icarus is told using interpretive dance. A father and son are imprisoned in a tower when a feather falls through the window, giving the father an idea to escape. They empty their pillows of feathers and using candle wax, make beautiful wings. Running through the castle to find a way out, the father launches his son up towards the sky and watches him fly away over the castle. But he flies towards the sun, the candle wax melts and the boy fall back to earth.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

For more clips from Once Upon a Time: http://bit.ly/TeachOnceUponATime
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p011szdj.

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Teaching English Language?

This clip can be used to explore many different forms of writing. Following watching the clip, discuss with the class what other possible ways the father and son may have tried to escape from prison and consider which would also result in a tragic ending or which may allow both father and son to survive and escape. The children can then write instructions for their new invented means of escape or re write the ending of the story using their chosen escape route.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Icarus | English Language - Once Upon a Time

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The classic fable of The Boy Who Cried Wolf is told using interpretive dance. 

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The classic fable of The Boy Who Cried Wolf is told using interpretive dance. A bored shepherd boy plays a mischievous joke on the villagers, by pretending there is a wolf in his field. After twice believing him and rushing to the rescue to be laughed at, they don't believe the boy when a real wolf arrives and leave him to be eaten. 

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic fairy tales are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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Teaching English Language?

Ask the class to watch the clip and as there is no narration, question the children to check their understanding of the events. Split the story into different sections and allocate each section to a small group of children for them to perform, adding dialogue. Role-play can be used to explore character descriptions eg bored, tired, foolish, and deceitful. The children can then perform the story as a whole class and use this as a basis to write a playscript based on the story. Could be used in conjunction with traditional text. Use to discuss lies, truth and trust as a PSHE theme. Create descriptive poems individually or with response partners. Wolf drawings or paintings could be done from imagination.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The classic fable of The Boy Who Cried Wolf is told using interpretive dance.

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The classic fable of The Boy Who Cried Wolf is told using interpretive dance. A bored shepherd boy plays a mischievous joke on the villagers, by pretending there is a wolf in his field. After twice believing him and rushing to the rescue to be laughed at, they don't believe the boy when a real wolf arrives and leave him to be eaten.

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic fairy tales are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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Teaching English Language?

Ask the class to watch the clip and as there is no narration, question the children to check their understanding of the events. Split the story into different sections and allocate each section to a small group of children for them to perform, adding dialogue. Role-play can be used to explore character descriptions eg bored, tired, foolish, and deceitful. The children can then perform the story as a whole class and use this as a basis to write a playscript based on the story. Could be used in conjunction with traditional text. Use to discuss lies, truth and trust as a PSHE theme. Create descriptive poems individually or with response partners. Wolf drawings or paintings could be done from imagination.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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The boy who cried wolf | English Language - Once Upon a Time

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The fairy tale of Twelve Dancing Princesses is retold using dance and animation.

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The fairy tale of The Twelve Dancing Princesses is told using interpretive dance. Twelve princesses line up in their dormitory to be inspected by their father at bedtime. He conducts them into their beds and says goodnight. As soon as he’s left the room, the princesses' silver slippers start to twitch. They leave through a magic wardrobe only to return just before dawn their shoes scuffed and soiled. The king sets a prince to watch the princesses and solve the mystery of their ruined shoes. They drug him with sleeping powder in milk and slip out again. The next night the king leaves a soldier to watch over them – he only pretends to drink the milk and follows them out through the wardrobe, to join them dancing. When he tells the king what he’s seen, the princesses think their dancing days are numbered, but then the king returns in dancing shoes and wants to go with them!

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

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Ask the class to watch the clip and, as there is no narration, question the children to check their understanding of the events. Split the story into different sections and allocate each section to a small group of children for them to perform, adding dialogue. The children then perform the story as a whole class and then use this as a basis to write the story. Additionally, they could write a setting description of the magic grotto where the princesses escape to each evening. The story could also be used to create dance sequences or explore the theme of twelve for counting and number work.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. The fairy tale of Twelve Dancing Princesses is retold using dance and animation.

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The fairy tale of The Twelve Dancing Princesses is told using interpretive dance. Twelve princesses line up in their dormitory to be inspected by their father at bedtime. He conducts them into their beds and says goodnight. As soon as he’s left the room, the princesses' silver slippers start to twitch. They leave through a magic wardrobe only to return just before dawn their shoes scuffed and soiled. The king sets a prince to watch the princesses and solve the mystery of their ruined shoes. They drug him with sleeping powder in milk and slip out again. The next night the king leaves a soldier to watch over them – he only pretends to drink the milk and follows them out through the wardrobe, to join them dancing. When he tells the king what he’s seen, the princesses think their dancing days are numbered, but then the king returns in dancing shoes and wants to go with them!

This clip is from the BBC series Once Upon a Time. Six classic stories are re-imagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music.

For more clips from Once Upon a Time: http://bit.ly/TeachOnceUponATime
For our English Language playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLanguage
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p011swf6.

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Teaching English Language?

Ask the class to watch the clip and, as there is no narration, question the children to check their understanding of the events. Split the story into different sections and allocate each section to a small group of children for them to perform, adding dialogue. The children then perform the story as a whole class and then use this as a basis to write the story. Additionally, they could write a setting description of the magic grotto where the princesses escape to each evening. The story could also be used to create dance sequences or explore the theme of twelve for counting and number work.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Language and Dance at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, and Early, 1st and 2nd level in Scotland.

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Twelve Dancing Princesses | English Language - Once Upon a Time

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from Brazil that playfully imagines how the night came to be. 

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A beautifully animated tale from Brazil that playfully imagines how the night came to be. It tells the story of three servants who disobeyed the King of the Ocean’s orders and released the deep-sea shadows into the daylight. This film invites children to think about curiosity, disobedience and to consider how we use narratives to imagine the earth’s phenomenon and origins.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

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This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. It could encourage pupils to explore decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. It could also engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and ask questions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with learning about stories from other cultures, as well as in conjunction with teaching about traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). In addition, it could be used as part of creative writing exercises.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS2 in England and Wales. 

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from Brazil that playfully imagines how the night came to be.

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A beautifully animated tale from Brazil that playfully imagines how the night came to be. It tells the story of three servants who disobeyed the King of the Ocean’s orders and released the deep-sea shadows into the daylight. This film invites children to think about curiosity, disobedience and to consider how we use narratives to imagine the earth’s phenomenon and origins.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx1s6.

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Teaching English Literature?

This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. It could encourage pupils to explore decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. It could also engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and ask questions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with learning about stories from other cultures, as well as in conjunction with teaching about traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). In addition, it could be used as part of creative writing exercises.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS2 in England and Wales.

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Where the night came from (Brazil) | English Literature - Tales from Around the World

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from Israel exploring the importance of individuality.

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A beautifully animated tale from Israel exploring the importance of individuality. The prince, who thinks he is a rooster, learns that regardless of what or who he is, he can choose to eat at the table and wear clothes and celebrate the Sabbath. The prince is taught the ability to make choices and to think about the choices he makes. This story will encourage children to think about individuality and agency, and provides a tool to explore the Israeli prince’s values and cultural beliefs.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx39n.

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Teaching English Literature?

This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. It could encourage pupils to explore decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities. The video could engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and ask questions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with learning about stories from other cultures, as well as in conjunction with teaching about traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific and creative reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film).

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from Israel exploring the importance of individuality.

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A beautifully animated tale from Israel exploring the importance of individuality. The prince, who thinks he is a rooster, learns that regardless of what or who he is, he can choose to eat at the table and wear clothes and celebrate the Sabbath. The prince is taught the ability to make choices and to think about the choices he makes. This story will encourage children to think about individuality and agency, and provides a tool to explore the Israeli prince’s values and cultural beliefs.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx39n.

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Teaching English Literature?

This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. It could encourage pupils to explore decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities. The video could engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and ask questions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with learning about stories from other cultures, as well as in conjunction with teaching about traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific and creative reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film).

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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The prince who thinks he is a rooster (Israel) | English Literature - Tales from Around the World

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from Pakistan about a grass cutter, who is both happy and generous with the little that he owns.

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A beautifully animated tale from Pakistan about a grass cutter, who is both happy and generous with the little that he owns. Wali Dad receives numerous gifts from a Princess and Prince but passes them on between them. Wali Dad has no need for these elaborate presents and is content with living moderately. This film invites children to acknowledge that happiness is not dependent on being materially rich.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx8dd.

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Teaching English Literature?

This clip could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encourage pupils to explore the decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. It provides an effective tool to engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and help enhance further discussions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. children can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This tale can enhance pupils knowledge and understanding of Pakistan.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from Pakistan about a grass cutter, who is both happy and generous with the little that he owns.

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A beautifully animated tale from Pakistan about a grass cutter, who is both happy and generous with the little that he owns. Wali Dad receives numerous gifts from a Princess and Prince but passes them on between them. Wali Dad has no need for these elaborate presents and is content with living moderately. This film invites children to acknowledge that happiness is not dependent on being materially rich.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx8dd.

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Teaching English Literature?

This clip could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encourage pupils to explore the decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. It provides an effective tool to engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and help enhance further discussions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. children can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This tale can enhance pupils knowledge and understanding of Pakistan.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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The story of Wali Dad (Pakistan) | English Literature - Tales from Around the World

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from India about a Punjabi King who allowed himself to be fried and eaten for breakfast each day by a hermit, in return for gold. 

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A beautifully animated tale from India about a Punjabi King who allowed himself to be fried and eaten for breakfast each day by a hermit, in return for being allowed to give unlimited gold to all his subjects. The King learns that his generosity is selfish as he gives away gold in return for adoration from his people. This encourages children to consider the true meaning of generosity, and shows that giving and being generous can be different things.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx7w0.

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Teaching English Literature?

This could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encouraging pupils to explore the decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. The short film provides an effective tool to engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and helps enhance further discussions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This could enhance pupils knowledge and understanding of different places and countries.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated tale from India about a Punjabi King who allowed himself to be fried and eaten for breakfast each day by a hermit, in return for gold.

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A beautifully animated tale from India about a Punjabi King who allowed himself to be fried and eaten for breakfast each day by a hermit, in return for being allowed to give unlimited gold to all his subjects. The King learns that his generosity is selfish as he gives away gold in return for adoration from his people. This encourages children to consider the true meaning of generosity, and shows that giving and being generous can be different things.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

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This could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encouraging pupils to explore the decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. The short film provides an effective tool to engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and helps enhance further discussions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This could enhance pupils knowledge and understanding of different places and countries.

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The king who was eaten for breakfast (India) | English Literature - Tales from Around the World

Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated moral tale from Nigeria about a man whose boasting lands him in trouble. 

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A beautifully animated tale from Nigeria about a man whose boasting lands him in trouble. Obasi is not as strong as he believes or claims to be, and his arrogance almost gets him killed. Forced to adopt a more realistic view of his strength and significance, this film encourages children to think about pride and the value of humility.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

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For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
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This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encouraging pupils to explore the decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. It provides an effective tool to engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and help enhance further discussions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This could enhance pupils knowledge and understanding of Nigeria.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 8. A beautifully animated moral tale from Nigeria about a man whose boasting lands him in trouble.

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A beautifully animated tale from Nigeria about a man whose boasting lands him in trouble. Obasi is not as strong as he believes or claims to be, and his arrogance almost gets him killed. Forced to adopt a more realistic view of his strength and significance, this film encourages children to think about pride and the value of humility.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx7cf.

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Teaching English Literature?

This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encouraging pupils to explore the decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. It provides an effective tool to engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and help enhance further discussions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. This could be used in connection with stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. The tale could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This could enhance pupils knowledge and understanding of Nigeria.

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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The strongest man in the world (Nigeria) | English Literature - Tales from Around the World

Suitable for ages 5 to 7. A beautifully animated tale from Iraq about a wicked sorcerer who turned the great Caliph of Baghdad into a stork. 

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A beautifully animated tale from Iraq about a wicked sorcerer who turned the great Caliph of Baghdad into a stork. The sorcerer was following the orders of the Caliph’s jealous brother, who wanted to lead Baghdad himself. However, the Caliph breaks the spell and harmony is restored. It encourages children to consider the dangers of greed and jealousy, stimulating a discussion on the desire for power.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx6ks.

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Teaching English Literature?

This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encouraging pupils to explore decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. Engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and ask questions on what is familiar and unfamiliar. 

It could also be used in connection with learning about stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. This could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This could enhance pupils' knowledge and understanding of Iraq. It could also be used as part of Arabic lessons (i.e. when teaching about Arabic stories).

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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Suitable for ages 5 to 7. A beautifully animated tale from Iraq about a wicked sorcerer who turned the great Caliph of Baghdad into a stork.

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A beautifully animated tale from Iraq about a wicked sorcerer who turned the great Caliph of Baghdad into a stork. The sorcerer was following the orders of the Caliph’s jealous brother, who wanted to lead Baghdad himself. However, the Caliph breaks the spell and harmony is restored. It encourages children to consider the dangers of greed and jealousy, stimulating a discussion on the desire for power.

This clip is from the BBC series Tales from Around the World. A series of six animated short films based on folktales from around the world - from a Brazilian story about where the night comes from, to a Punjabi king who allows himself to be eaten for breakfast each day and a Caliph who is turned into a stork by his greedy brother. The series includes stories from Brazil, India, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal and others.

Aimed at literacy students at Key Stage 1, the films provide an engaging way to inform children about different countries, cultures and storytelling traditions. They constitute an invaluable and versatile resource for further learning across the curriculum and provide a great starting point for discussions in the classroom.

For our Tales from Around the World playlist:http://bit.ly/TFATW
For our English Literature playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachEnglishLiterature
For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p02lx6ks.

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Teaching English Literature?

This video could be used to support the teaching of key literacy skills such as reading, writing and listening. Encouraging pupils to explore decisions of characters, and examine their actions to understand their cultural belief, values, differences and similarities in everyday life. Engage pupils in the way others see and imagine life and ask questions on what is familiar and unfamiliar.

It could also be used in connection with learning about stories from other cultures, as well as traditional stories and fables to explore the differences or similarities in storytelling. This could be incorporated into specific reading and writing exercises (e.g. pupils can write about a specific dramatic scene or a descriptive setting in the film). This could enhance pupils' knowledge and understanding of Iraq. It could also be used as part of Arabic lessons (i.e. when teaching about Arabic stories).

This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature at KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales.

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The tale of how the caliph became a stork (Iraq) | English Literature - Tales from Around the World

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. The full BBC Live Lesson looking at the language and characters in Henry V, Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream - as well as giving tips for staging your own production.

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With the help of the Royal Shakespeare Company, this Live Lesson is designed to introduce Key Stage 2/2nd Level pupils to some of Shakespeare's most well-known plays. The lesson focuses on aspects of Shakespeare's language and characters, and teaches students how to turn his famous words and scenes into a performance or production of their own.

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Suitable for teaching 7-11s. The full BBC Live Lesson looking at the language and characters in Henry V, Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream - as well as giving tips for staging your own production.

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With the help of the Royal Shakespeare Company, this Live Lesson is designed to introduce Key Stage 2/2nd Level pupils to some of Shakespeare's most well-known plays. The lesson focuses on aspects of Shakespeare's language and characters, and teaches students how to turn his famous words and scenes into a performance or production of their own.

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Shakespeare Unplugged - Full Lesson | English Literature - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Director Justin Audibert and the Royal Shakespeare Company introduce Henry V and the iconic 'Once more unto the breach' speech, in this clip from a BBC Live Lesson introducing young audiences to Shakespeare. 

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With the help of director Justin Audibert and special guests from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this clip introduces students to the language and characters from Henry V. In particular the iconic 'Once more unto the breach' speech is explored.

This clip is from BBC Live Lessons: Shakespeare Unplugged. A series of clips from BBC Live Lesson exploring Shakespeare's language and characters using iconic scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth and Henry V. 

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Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Director Justin Audibert and the Royal Shakespeare Company introduce Henry V and the iconic 'Once more unto the breach' speech, in this clip from a BBC Live Lesson introducing young audiences to Shakespeare.

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With the help of director Justin Audibert and special guests from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this clip introduces students to the language and characters from Henry V. In particular the iconic 'Once more unto the breach' speech is explored.

This clip is from BBC Live Lessons: Shakespeare Unplugged. A series of clips from BBC Live Lesson exploring Shakespeare's language and characters using iconic scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth and Henry V.

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For our BBC Live Lessons playlist: http://bit.ly/BBCLiveLessons
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Teaching Primary English?

You can find all the supporting resources from the Lesson by visiting: http://bit.ly/ShakespeareUnplugged

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Shakespeare Unplugged: Henry V | English Literature - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Director Justin Audibert and The Royal Shakespeare Company introduce some key characters in Macbeth, in this clip from a BBC Live Lesson introducing young students to Shakespeare.

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With the help of director Justin Audibert and  special guests from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this clip introduces students to the language and characters from Macbeth.

This clip is from BBC Live Lessons: Shakespeare Unplugged. A series of clips from BBC Live Lesson exploring Shakespeare's language and characters using iconic scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth and Henry V. 

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For our BBC Live Lessons playlist: http://bit.ly/BBCLiveLessons 
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Teaching Primary English?

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Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Director Justin Audibert and The Royal Shakespeare Company introduce some key characters in Macbeth, in this clip from a BBC Live Lesson introducing young students to Shakespeare.

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With the help of director Justin Audibert and special guests from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this clip introduces students to the language and characters from Macbeth.

This clip is from BBC Live Lessons: Shakespeare Unplugged. A series of clips from BBC Live Lesson exploring Shakespeare's language and characters using iconic scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth and Henry V.

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Teaching Primary English?

You can find all the supporting resources from the Lesson by visiting: http://bit.ly/ShakespeareUnplugged

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Shakespeare Unplugged: Macbeth | English Literature - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Director Justin Audibert and the Royal Shakespeare Company introduce some of the key characters from A Midsummer Night's Dream in this clip from a BBC Live Lesson introducing young students to Shakespeare.

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With the help of director Justin Audibert and special guests from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this clip introduces students to the language and characters from A Midsummer Night's Dream. The clip focuses in particular on the characters Bottom and Titania.

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Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Director Justin Audibert and the Royal Shakespeare Company introduce some of the key characters from A Midsummer Night's Dream in this clip from a BBC Live Lesson introducing young students to Shakespeare.

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With the help of director Justin Audibert and special guests from the Royal Shakespeare Company, this clip introduces students to the language and characters from A Midsummer Night's Dream. The clip focuses in particular on the characters Bottom and Titania.

This clip is from BBC Live Lessons: Shakespeare Unplugged. A series of clips from BBC Live Lesson exploring Shakespeare's language and characters using iconic scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth and Henry V.

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Shakespeare Unplugged: A Midsummer Night's Dream | English Literature - Live Lessons

Little Red Riding Hood: I Love Red! | BBC Teach

Little Red Riding Hood: Wolfie Blues | BBC Teach

Red Riding Hood and her Ma decide to cheer Grandma up by making her a picnic.

Ma sets about making the sandwiches while Red Riding Hood skips off to the village shop to buy ingredients for a cake.

She arrives to find Mrs Midgley, the shopkeeper, feeling very dozy.

She tells Red Riding Hood of stange noises from the woods that had kept her up all night.

Red Riding Hood says she's sure it was nothing to worry about and returns home to bake the cake.

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Red Riding Hood and her Ma decide to cheer Grandma up by making her a picnic.

Ma sets about making the sandwiches while Red Riding Hood skips off to the village shop to buy ingredients for a cake.

She arrives to find Mrs Midgley, the shopkeeper, feeling very dozy.

She tells Red Riding Hood of stange noises from the woods that had kept her up all night.

Red Riding Hood says she's sure it was nothing to worry about and returns home to bake the cake.

Ma is upstairs tidying, so Red Riding Hood makes a start mixing the cake ingredients together.

Then suddenly she hears a crash from the room above!

She rushes upstairs to find Ma has twisted her ankle and wont be able to walk to Grandma's house.

But Red Riding Hood still wants to visit Grandma and decides to make the trip on her own.

She's knows the way well enough by now and is sure everything will be fine...

This is part 3 of 7 from the series: Little Red Riding Hood

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Little Red Riding Hood: Cake for Grandma | BBC Teach

Red Riding Hood sets off for Grandma's house feeling excited.

As she goes through the gate and into the woods she remembers her Ma's instruction to 'stay on the path at all times'.

But as she skips happily along there is so much to look at and listen to...

Suddenly she hears a noise and - feeling like she is being watched - she quickly turns around, but there is nothing or no-one there.

At that moment she sees some fairies: curiosity gets the better of her and she leaves the path to investigate.

But as she gets closer the fairies suddenly dart away and then Red Riding Hood feels a tap on her shoulder.

She swings around to see an enormous, hairy creature with a straw hat on its head looking at her with a rather strange smile. But who is it..?

This is part 4 of 7 from the series: Little Red Riding Hood

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Red Riding Hood sets off for Grandma's house feeling excited.

As she goes through the gate and into the woods she remembers her Ma's instruction to 'stay on the path at all times'.

But as she skips happily along there is so much to look at and listen to...

Suddenly she hears a noise and - feeling like she is being watched - she quickly turns around, but there is nothing or no-one there.

At that moment she sees some fairies: curiosity gets the better of her and she leaves the path to investigate.

But as she gets closer the fairies suddenly dart away and then Red Riding Hood feels a tap on her shoulder.

She swings around to see an enormous, hairy creature with a straw hat on its head looking at her with a rather strange smile. But who is it..?

This is part 4 of 7 from the series: Little Red Riding Hood

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Little Red Riding Hood: Stay on the Path | BBC Teach

Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile the Wolf runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure that he is the first to reach Grandma's house.

Grandma is woken by a knock at the door...it's the Wolf pretending to be Red Riding Hood.

Suspecting that something is wrong Grandma opens the letterbox and sees the Wolf's hairy paw.

She refuses to open the door. The Wolf comes up with a cunning plan to get into the house.

He decides to dig his way in and before long manages to dig under the floorboards and into Grandma's pantry...full of yummy food.

But it's not sausages and bacon he's after, so he plans to deal with Grandma before Red Riding Hood arrives...

This is part 5 of 7 from the series: Little Red Riding Hood

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Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile the Wolf runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure that he is the first to reach Grandma's house.

Grandma is woken by a knock at the door...it's the Wolf pretending to be Red Riding Hood.

Suspecting that something is wrong Grandma opens the letterbox and sees the Wolf's hairy paw.

She refuses to open the door. The Wolf comes up with a cunning plan to get into the house.

He decides to dig his way in and before long manages to dig under the floorboards and into Grandma's pantry...full of yummy food.

But it's not sausages and bacon he's after, so he plans to deal with Grandma before Red Riding Hood arrives...

This is part 5 of 7 from the series: Little Red Riding Hood

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Little Red Riding Hood: Wolfie Went Walking | BBC Teach

Little Red Riding Hood: What Big Eyes You've Got | BBC Teach

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part one of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack and his Ma are very poor.  How will they buy food to eat?

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Jack lives in a small village with his Ma and Daisy the cow. One day Jack is enjoying a wonderful daydream, full of food and tasty things to eat. But when Jack's mother wakes him he is confronted with reality: They are very poor and there is hardly anything left to eat at home. If they can't think of something soon they'll starve.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part one of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack and his Ma are very poor. How will they buy food to eat?

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Jack lives in a small village with his Ma and Daisy the cow. One day Jack is enjoying a wonderful daydream, full of food and tasty things to eat. But when Jack's mother wakes him he is confronted with reality: They are very poor and there is hardly anything left to eat at home. If they can't think of something soon they'll starve.

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What shall we do? (1/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part two of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Faced with starvation, Jack's Ma decides they must sell their cow, Daisy.

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There are no other children of Jack's age in the village, so Daisy the cow is his best friend. Jack sits down to milk Daisy. Once upon a time she had given a full pail. But now she can only give two drops. Jack's mother decides that they must sell Daisy - only then will they have some money to buy food.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part two of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Faced with starvation, Jack's Ma decides they must sell their cow, Daisy.

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There are no other children of Jack's age in the village, so Daisy the cow is his best friend. Jack sits down to milk Daisy. Once upon a time she had given a full pail. But now she can only give two drops. Jack's mother decides that they must sell Daisy - only then will they have some money to buy food.

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We have to sell Daisy (2/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part three of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack reluctantly takes Daisy the cow to the market.

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Jack wakes up and remembers that today he must take Daisy to the market to sell. At the market Jack takes pleasure in looking at all the other animals and all the different foods. Then he remembers what he has come for... It is time to sell his best friend Daisy.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part three of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack reluctantly takes Daisy the cow to the market.

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Jack wakes up and remembers that today he must take Daisy to the market to sell. At the market Jack takes pleasure in looking at all the other animals and all the different foods. Then he remembers what he has come for... It is time to sell his best friend Daisy.

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk. The story of Jack and the Giant Beanstalk is told in 14 short animations. They are accompanied by a set of videos for teaching the seven songs.

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Jack went to market (3/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part four of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack can't get any gold for his cow; but a stranger offers him five magic beans.

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A rather nervous Jack declares Daisy for sale for five gold coins. Soon a small group of villagers has gathered around Jack. But when they learn that Daisy gives no milk they laugh at Jack and tell him that no-one will buy Daisy - she's worthless. Jack and Daisy set off home once again. On the way back they meet a mysterious man with a twinkle in his eye. He says he will buy Daisy the cow for five magic beans. But can Jack trust him? Jack doesn't know what to do.

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A rather nervous Jack declares Daisy for sale for five gold coins. Soon a small group of villagers has gathered around Jack. But when they learn that Daisy gives no milk they laugh at Jack and tell him that no-one will buy Daisy - she's worthless. Jack and Daisy set off home once again. On the way back they meet a mysterious man with a twinkle in his eye. He says he will buy Daisy the cow for five magic beans. But can Jack trust him? Jack doesn't know what to do.

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Five magic beans (4/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part five of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack decides to give his cow away in exchange for the magic beans, but will his Ma be pleased?

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Jack decides that he does trust the old man who offers him five magic beans for his cow, Daisy. The old man then gives Jack a new pair of red shoes to replace the worn-out ones that he is wearing. Jack sets off for home again... Sure that his mother will be pleased with his actions. When Jack gets home his Ma is exasperated. She tells Jack that he has been tricked by the old man. Then she takes the beans and throws them into the garden, telling Jack they are fit for nothing but the birds.

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Jack decides that he does trust the old man who offers him five magic beans for his cow, Daisy. The old man then gives Jack a new pair of red shoes to replace the worn-out ones that he is wearing. Jack sets off for home again... Sure that his mother will be pleased with his actions. When Jack gets home his Ma is exasperated. She tells Jack that he has been tricked by the old man. Then she takes the beans and throws them into the garden, telling Jack they are fit for nothing but the birds.

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Beans for birds (5/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part six of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack goes to sleep on an empty stomach. But outside, the magic beans begin to grow...

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Jack goes to bed that night and dreams of magic beans and the old man who gave them to him. Meanwhile, outside in the garden, there are rustling sounds... Something is trying to burst forth from the ground.

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Jack goes to bed that night and dreams of magic beans and the old man who gave them to him. Meanwhile, outside in the garden, there are rustling sounds... Something is trying to burst forth from the ground.

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And the beans grew (6/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part seven of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack wakes to an amazing discovery: A huge beanstalk! Where will it take him?

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When Jack wakes in the morning, he is amazed to see an enormous beanstalk stretching up into the sky. He quickly realises that the beanstalk must have grown from the magic beans - the old man had been telling the truth. Jack creeps downstairs - taking care not to wake his Ma - and goes into the garden. Jack begins to climb the beanstalk. He goes higher and higher, determined to make it to the very top.

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When Jack wakes in the morning, he is amazed to see an enormous beanstalk stretching up into the sky. He quickly realises that the beanstalk must have grown from the magic beans - the old man had been telling the truth. Jack creeps downstairs - taking care not to wake his Ma - and goes into the garden. Jack begins to climb the beanstalk. He goes higher and higher, determined to make it to the very top.

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And he went higher (7/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part eight of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. What will Jack find in the strange land at the top of the beanstalk?

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Jack continues climbing up the beanstalk, going higher and higher. He begins to tire, but hears the voice of the old man giving him encouragement and the strength to continue. Eventually Jack makes it to the very top of the beanstalk, and emerges into a strange, barren landscape. Jack finds a path and begins to follow it. In the distance he can see a building - a castle is looming up before him.

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Jack continues climbing up the beanstalk, going higher and higher. He begins to tire, but hears the voice of the old man giving him encouragement and the strength to continue. Eventually Jack makes it to the very top of the beanstalk, and emerges into a strange, barren landscape. Jack finds a path and begins to follow it. In the distance he can see a building - a castle is looming up before him.

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The castle in the clouds (8/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part nine of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack knocks on the door of the castle. It is answered by an enormous woman - a giant!

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Jack knocks on the door of the castle. It is answered by an enormous woman - a giant!

Jack scuttles between the giant's legs and goes into the castle before she's even spotted him.  He explores the castle... but suddenly the giant discovers Jack and clasps him in her hand.

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Jack knocks on the door of the castle. It is answered by an enormous woman - a giant!

Jack scuttles between the giant's legs and goes into the castle before she's even spotted him. He explores the castle... but suddenly the giant discovers Jack and clasps him in her hand.

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Fee-fi-fo-fum! (9/14) | English Language - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part ten of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. The giant sits down to a huge meal and then calls for his money.

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The giant is reassured by his wife that there is no boy present and that he is just imagining things. The giant sits down to an enormous meal and then calls for his money. He counts out 100 silver coins and then he falls asleep.

Jack comes out of his hiding place and the giant's wife explains to him that the money is stolen money that she would gladly return to the rightful owners... if only she knew who they were.

Jack tells her he knows many hungry villagers who need money for food. So Jack takes the bag of silver coins and makes his way back down the beanstalk.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part ten of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. The giant sits down to a huge meal and then calls for his money.

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The giant is reassured by his wife that there is no boy present and that he is just imagining things. The giant sits down to an enormous meal and then calls for his money. He counts out 100 silver coins and then he falls asleep.

Jack comes out of his hiding place and the giant's wife explains to him that the money is stolen money that she would gladly return to the rightful owners... if only she knew who they were.

Jack tells her he knows many hungry villagers who need money for food. So Jack takes the bag of silver coins and makes his way back down the beanstalk.

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The bag of silver coins (10/14) | English Language - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. The full-length animated children’s tale of Jack and the Beanstalk. 

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Jack lives in a small village with his Ma. They are very poor and when they look in the kitchen cupboards for food all they can find is a piece of mouldy cheese, a rotten apple core and a pair of smelly socks. They must do something - but what...? 

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. The full-length animated children’s tale of Jack and the Beanstalk.

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Jack lives in a small village with his Ma. They are very poor and when they look in the kitchen cupboards for food all they can find is a piece of mouldy cheese, a rotten apple core and a pair of smelly socks. They must do something - but what...?

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The magic hen (11/14) | English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part 12 of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack watches in amazement as the giant's magic hen lays an egg made of gold.

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Jack watches from his hiding place as the giant's hen lays a golden egg.

When the giant falls asleep once more, Jack comes out of his hiding place and talks to the giant's wife. Just like the silver coins, the hen doesn't actually belong to the giant.

So Jack puts the golden hen under his arm and climbs back down the beanstalk to his Ma.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part 12 of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack watches in amazement as the giant's magic hen lays an egg made of gold.

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Jack watches from his hiding place as the giant's hen lays a golden egg.

When the giant falls asleep once more, Jack comes out of his hiding place and talks to the giant's wife. Just like the silver coins, the hen doesn't actually belong to the giant.

So Jack puts the golden hen under his arm and climbs back down the beanstalk to his Ma.

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Golden eggs (12/14) | English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part 13 of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. When the magic hen is stolen, Jack must make another visit to the Giants' castle.

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Once again all is well in the village. Jack spends his time giving out golden eggs and everyone has enough to eat again. But one day the golden hen is stolen by a gang of thieves. There are no more golden eggs and no more food so Jack must make another visit to the Giants' castle...

In the castle Jack meets the Giant's wife again. When her husband returns, Jack hides again while the giant calls for his magic harp. The harp plays the most wonderful music and soon the Giant falls asleep. Jack eyes the harp and wonders if he can take it back to the village.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part 13 of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. When the magic hen is stolen, Jack must make another visit to the Giants' castle.

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Once again all is well in the village. Jack spends his time giving out golden eggs and everyone has enough to eat again. But one day the golden hen is stolen by a gang of thieves. There are no more golden eggs and no more food so Jack must make another visit to the Giants' castle...

In the castle Jack meets the Giant's wife again. When her husband returns, Jack hides again while the giant calls for his magic harp. The harp plays the most wonderful music and soon the Giant falls asleep. Jack eyes the harp and wonders if he can take it back to the village.

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The magic harp (13/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part 14 of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack goes to take the Giant's magic harp - but it speaks, waking the giant!

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Jack comes out of his hiding place in the castle and goes to take the harp. But the harp begins to speak - calling out to the giant and waking him.

Jack dashes for the door pursued by the Giant. The Giant slips on a bowl of jelly spilled by his wife. Then Jack races down the beanstalk chased by the Giant. His Ma is waiting at the bottom with an axe and Jack begins to chop at the stalk.

The beanstalk comes crashing to the ground and the Giant with it. He grumbles and goes off in search of a way home again. The villagers celebrate. The golden hen has been found and returned to the village... And, even better, Daisy the cow is home again too!

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk. The story of Jack and the Giant Beanstalk is told in 14 short animations.  They are accompanied by a set of videos for teaching the seven songs.

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Part 14 of a 14-part animation of the children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack goes to take the Giant's magic harp - but it speaks, waking the giant!

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Jack comes out of his hiding place in the castle and goes to take the harp. But the harp begins to speak - calling out to the giant and waking him.

Jack dashes for the door pursued by the Giant. The Giant slips on a bowl of jelly spilled by his wife. Then Jack races down the beanstalk chased by the Giant. His Ma is waiting at the bottom with an axe and Jack begins to chop at the stalk.

The beanstalk comes crashing to the ground and the Giant with it. He grumbles and goes off in search of a way home again. The villagers celebrate. The golden hen has been found and returned to the village... And, even better, Daisy the cow is home again too!

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk. The story of Jack and the Giant Beanstalk is told in 14 short animations. They are accompanied by a set of videos for teaching the seven songs.

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We're rich! (14/14) | Primary English - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane to learn the fourth song in the Red Riding Hood series, 'Stay on the path'. Little Red Riding Hood sets off for Grandma's house feeling excited. She forgets her Ma's instruction to 'stay on the path' and bumps into a hairy creature with a straw hat. But who is it?

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Little Red Riding Hood sets off for Grandma's house feeling excited.

As she goes through the gate and into the woods, she remembers her Ma's instruction to 'stay on the path at all times'. But, as she skips happily along, there is so much to look at and listen to.

Suddenly she hears a noise and - feeling like she is being watched - she quickly turns around, but there is nothing there.

At that moment she sees some fairies; curiosity gets the better of her and she leaves the path to investigate. But, as she gets closer the fairies suddenly dart away, and then Red Riding Hood feels a tap on her shoulder.

She swings around to see an enormous, hairy creature with a straw hat on its head looking at her with a rather strange smile. But who is it?

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane to learn the fourth song in the Red Riding Hood series, 'Stay on the path'. Little Red Riding Hood sets off for Grandma's house feeling excited. She forgets her Ma's instruction to 'stay on the path' and bumps into a hairy creature with a straw hat. But who is it?

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Little Red Riding Hood sets off for Grandma's house feeling excited.

As she goes through the gate and into the woods, she remembers her Ma's instruction to 'stay on the path at all times'. But, as she skips happily along, there is so much to look at and listen to.

Suddenly she hears a noise and - feeling like she is being watched - she quickly turns around, but there is nothing there.

At that moment she sees some fairies; curiosity gets the better of her and she leaves the path to investigate. But, as she gets closer the fairies suddenly dart away, and then Red Riding Hood feels a tap on her shoulder.

She swings around to see an enormous, hairy creature with a straw hat on its head looking at her with a rather strange smile. But who is it?

This clip is from the BBC series Little Red Riding Hood: The traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood is retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds.

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Song 4 - Stay on the path - Tutorial | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Sing along with the lyrics and the music of the full-vocal version of the song - 'Stay on the path!', the fourth song in the Red Riding Hood series. 

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Ma warns Little Red Riding Hood to stay on the path but she is distracted by fairies. Then she feels a tap on her shoulder and turns to see a huge hairy creature in a straw hat. But who is it?

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood: The traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs.

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This song is accompanied by a selection of teaching resources including song sheets, teaching notes and MP3 downloads on the BBC School Radio website. http://bit.ly/LRRHMusic

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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Sing along with the lyrics and the music of the full-vocal version of the song - 'Stay on the path!', the fourth song in the Red Riding Hood series.

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Ma warns Little Red Riding Hood to stay on the path but she is distracted by fairies. Then she feels a tap on her shoulder and turns to see a huge hairy creature in a straw hat. But who is it?

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood: The traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs.

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Teaching Music or English?

This song is accompanied by a selection of teaching resources including song sheets, teaching notes and MP3 downloads on the BBC School Radio website. http://bit.ly/LRRHMusic

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Song 4 - Stay on the path - Full Song | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Polish your performance by singing along to the backing track of the fourth song in the Red Riding Hood series - 'Stay on the path' - this is the song only, with no vocals but on-screen lyrics.

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Ma warns Little Red Riding Hood to stay on the path but she is distracted by fairies. Then she feels a tap on her shoulder and turns to see a huge hairy creature in a straw hat. But who is it?

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood; The traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs.

For our Little Red Riding Hood playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachLRRH
For our Primary Music playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryMusic
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=====================
Teaching Music or English?

This song is accompanied by a selection of teaching resources including song sheets, teaching notes and MP3 downloads on the BBC School Radio website. http://bit.ly/LRRHMusic

This clip will be relevant for teaching Music and English at Key Stage 1, Early and First Level (Scotland).

=====================
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Suitable for teaching 5 to 7s. Polish your performance by singing along to the backing track of the fourth song in the Red Riding Hood series - 'Stay on the path' - this is the song only, with no vocals but on-screen lyrics.

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Ma warns Little Red Riding Hood to stay on the path but she is distracted by fairies. Then she feels a tap on her shoulder and turns to see a huge hairy creature in a straw hat. But who is it?

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood; The traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs.

For our Little Red Riding Hood playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachLRRH
For our Primary Music playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryMusic
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=====================
Teaching Music or English?

This song is accompanied by a selection of teaching resources including song sheets, teaching notes and MP3 downloads on the BBC School Radio website. http://bit.ly/LRRHMusic

This clip will be relevant for teaching Music and English at Key Stage 1, Early and First Level (Scotland).

=====================
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Song 4 - Stay on the path - Backing Track | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. In partnership with BookTrust, this Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques for schoolchildren aged 5-7. 

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, the lesson explores story structure and focuses on key aspects of the curriculum.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story from beginning to end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

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Teaching English? 

This Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques for schoolchildren aged 5-7. There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S

This Live Lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. In partnership with BookTrust, this Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques for schoolchildren aged 5-7.

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, the lesson explores story structure and focuses on key aspects of the curriculum.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story from beginning to end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

For our Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachStoriesSea
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For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

=====================
Teaching English?

This Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques for schoolchildren aged 5-7. There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S

This Live Lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

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Stories by the Sea - Full Lesson | Primary English - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. In partnership with BookTrust, this Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales. This clip looks at beginning a story.

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, this part of the  lesson explores beginning a story. It covers describing the setting for a story by using your senses and describing the character for a story.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story from beginning to end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

For our Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachStoriesSea
For more clips from Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

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Teaching English? 

Children can be encouraged to describe the seaside, using the different senses mentioned in the clip. Ask children to describe a different setting using their senses, before moving on to choose a character for their setting and describing that character. If they can’t think of a setting or character, you could have some settings and ideas for characters written on cards for them to select. There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S

This live lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. In partnership with BookTrust, this Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales. This clip looks at beginning a story.

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, this part of the lesson explores beginning a story. It covers describing the setting for a story by using your senses and describing the character for a story.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story from beginning to end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

For our Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachStoriesSea
For more clips from Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

=====================
Teaching English?

Children can be encouraged to describe the seaside, using the different senses mentioned in the clip. Ask children to describe a different setting using their senses, before moving on to choose a character for their setting and describing that character. If they can’t think of a setting or character, you could have some settings and ideas for characters written on cards for them to select. There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S

This live lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

=====================
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Stories by the Sea - Beginning a story | Primary English - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. This Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques. This clip covers developing the middle of a story. 

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, this lesson covers developing the middle of the story.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story from beginning to end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

For our Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson playlist: 
http://bit.ly/TeachStoriesSea
For more clips from CBeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

=====================
Teaching English? 

Encourage your pupils to think about different dilemmas their characters could encounter in their story. Encourage them to think of and develop different characters in addition to the main character.There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S including a follow-up activity: Different types of conflict.


This live lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

=====================
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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. This Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques. This clip covers developing the middle of a story.

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, this lesson covers developing the middle of the story.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story from beginning to end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

For our Cbeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson playlist:
http://bit.ly/TeachStoriesSea
For more clips from CBeebies: Stories by the Sea - Live Lesson: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

=====================
Teaching English?

Encourage your pupils to think about different dilemmas their characters could encounter in their story. Encourage them to think of and develop different characters in addition to the main character.There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S including a follow-up activity: Different types of conflict.


This live lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

=====================
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More resources for teachers from the BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/teach
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Stories by the Sea - Developing the middle of a story | Primary English - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. This Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques. This clip covers writing an ending to a story. 

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, along with Ernie Starboard and Salty the dog, this part of the lesson explores writing the ending for a story and looks at how the characters resolve their problems. 

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story to the end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing. Their final story is read by Ernie Starboard from Old Jack's boat.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

We aim to harness the power of BBC brands such as Stargazing, the Radio One Academy and The Voice, identifying their educational potential and creating tailored live webcasts that meet the curricular needs of primary and secondary students.

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For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

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Teaching English? 

Encourage pupils to think about different endings to their stories.There are accompanying resources on the Live Lesson page: http://bbc.in/2dzR17S with alternative endings to the story in the Live Lesson.

This live lesson will be relevant for teaching English at KS1 and First Level (Scotland).

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. This Live Lesson is inspired by Old Jack's Boat: Rockpool Tales, and looks at storytelling techniques. This clip covers writing an ending to a story.

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Featuring Show Me, Show Me presenters and writers for Old Jack's Boat Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee, along with Ernie Starboard and Salty the dog, this part of the lesson explores writing the ending for a story and looks at how the characters resolve their problems.

Children are encouraged to help Chris and Pui create their own special Rockpool tale, plotting a simple story to the end. Through interactive activities around character and setting, they explore different ways of approaching story writing. Their final story is read by Ernie Starboard from Old Jack's boat.

This clip is from the BBC Live Lesson CBeebies: Stories by the Sea. Live Lessons is an initiative led by BBC Learning that brings engaging interactive broadcasts to schools all around the country.

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Stories by the Sea - Writing a great end to a story | Primary English - Live Lessons

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane as she shows how to sing the fifth song in the Red Riding Hood series - 'Wolfie went a-walking'. Song 5 of 7. 

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Little Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile, the wolf, disguised in a straw hat, runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure he is the first to get there. The wolf knocks on the door and Grandma peeps through the letter box to see a hairy paw. Will Grandma let him in?

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane as she shows how to sing the fifth song in the Red Riding Hood series - 'Wolfie went a-walking'. Song 5 of 7.

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Little Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile, the wolf, disguised in a straw hat, runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure he is the first to get there. The wolf knocks on the door and Grandma peeps through the letter box to see a hairy paw. Will Grandma let him in?

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Song 5 - Wolfie went a-walking - Tutorial | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and music of the full-vocal version of 'Wolfie went a-walking' from our version of Little Red Riding Hood. Song 5 of 7.

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Little Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile, the wolf, disguised in a straw hat, runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure he is the first to get there. The wolf knocks on the door and Grandma peeps through the letter box to see a hairy paw. Will Grandma let him in?

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and music of the full-vocal version of 'Wolfie went a-walking' from our version of Little Red Riding Hood. Song 5 of 7.

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Little Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile, the wolf, disguised in a straw hat, runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure he is the first to get there. The wolf knocks on the door and Grandma peeps through the letter box to see a hairy paw. Will Grandma let him in?

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Song 5 - Wolfie went a-walking - Full song | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

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Little Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile, the wolf, disguised in a straw hat, runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure he is the first to reach the house. The wolf knocks on the door and Grandma peeps through the letter box to see a hairy paw. Will Grandma let him in?

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and music of the full-vocal version of the song 'Wolfie went-a-walking', from our telling of Little Red Riding Hood. Song 5 of 7.

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Little Red Riding Hood continues along the path to Grandma's house. Meanwhile, the wolf, disguised in a straw hat, runs through the trees as fast as he can to make sure he is the first to reach the house. The wolf knocks on the door and Grandma peeps through the letter box to see a hairy paw. Will Grandma let him in?

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Song 5 - Wolfie went a-walking - Backing Track | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and the music of the sixth song of the Red Riding Hood series - 'What big eyes you've got!' Song 6 of 7. 

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Upon arriving at Grandma's house, the Wolf does not find Grandma where he expects her to be, she's hiding in the attic and he decides to lock her in there while he waits for Little Red Riding Hood. Then he prepares his disguise.

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and the music of the sixth song of the Red Riding Hood series - 'What big eyes you've got!' Song 6 of 7.

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Upon arriving at Grandma's house, the Wolf does not find Grandma where he expects her to be, she's hiding in the attic and he decides to lock her in there while he waits for Little Red Riding Hood. Then he prepares his disguise.

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood, the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs and activities.

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Song 6 - What big eyes you've got - Full song | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane to learn the sixth song of the Red Riding Hood series - 'What big eyes you've got!' Song 6 of 7.

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Upon arriving at Grandma's house, the Wolf does not find Grandma where he expects her to be, she's hiding in the attic and he decides to lock her in there while he waits for Little Red Riding Hood. Then he prepares his disguise.

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood, the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes  with accompanying songs and activities.

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane to learn the sixth song of the Red Riding Hood series - 'What big eyes you've got!' Song 6 of 7.

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Upon arriving at Grandma's house, the Wolf does not find Grandma where he expects her to be, she's hiding in the attic and he decides to lock her in there while he waits for Little Red Riding Hood. Then he prepares his disguise.

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood, the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes with accompanying songs and activities.

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Song 6 - What big eyes you've got - Tutorial | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Polish your performance by singing along with the backing track of the sixth song of the Red Riding Hood series called 'What big eyes you've got!' Song only (no vocals). Song 6 of 7. 

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Upon arriving at Grandma's house, the Wolf does not find Grandma where he expects her to be, she's hiding in the attic and he decides to lock her in there while he waits for Little Red Riding Hood. Then he prepares his disguise.

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood, the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs and activities.

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Polish your performance by singing along with the backing track of the sixth song of the Red Riding Hood series called 'What big eyes you've got!' Song only (no vocals). Song 6 of 7.

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Upon arriving at Grandma's house, the Wolf does not find Grandma where he expects her to be, she's hiding in the attic and he decides to lock her in there while he waits for Little Red Riding Hood. Then he prepares his disguise.

This clip is from the BBC series Red Riding Hood, the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood retold in 7 short video episodes for 5 to 7 year-olds with accompanying songs and activities.

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Song 6 - What big eyes you've got - Backing track | Music - Little Red Riding Hood

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Acclaimed authors, Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, answer audience questions that have been submitted during the 500 Words Live Lesson. They have lots of useful hints and tips on how to tackle the story writing process.They discuss how they use notebooks and sketchbooks to document their ideas and inspirations, how they edit and rewrite their stories and how they deal with writer's block.

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Acclaimed authors, Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, answer audience questions that have been submitted during the 500 Words Live Lesson. They have lots of useful hints and tips on how to tackle the story writing process.They discuss how they use notebooks and sketchbooks to document their ideas and inspirations, how they edit and rewrite their stories and how they deal with writer's block.

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Your questions answered by Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce | 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson

Suitable for teaching 5-13s. Join Blue Peter's Barney Harwood and BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty, with expert guests such as Frank Cottrell-Boyce, to discover more about story writing; examining the setting, characters and plot.

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BBC presenters, Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty, examine how to develop stories, exploring the development of the story, the characters and plot. They are joined by acclaimed authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, and special guests Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Revolting Rhymes) and Arthur Parsons, Head of Design at TT Games, who make games such as LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers.

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BBC presenters, Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty, examine how to develop stories, exploring the development of the story, the characters and plot. They are joined by acclaimed authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, and special guests Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Revolting Rhymes) and Arthur Parsons, Head of Design at TT Games, who make games such as LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers.

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Full 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson | English Language

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BBC Presenters Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty explore how to develop a story's setting. They are joined by experts such as acclaimed author Frank Cottrell-Boyce and Arthur Parsons, the Head of Design at TT Games, who make games such as LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers. 

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Suitable for teaching 5-13s. Join Blue Peter's Barney Harwood and BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty, and expert guests such as Frank Cottrell-Boyce, to discover more about creating settings for stories.

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BBC Presenters Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty explore how to develop a story's setting. They are joined by experts such as acclaimed author Frank Cottrell-Boyce and Arthur Parsons, the Head of Design at TT Games, who make games such as LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers.

Your students can take part in the activity using activity sheets available for download from the 500 Words Live Lesson website: http://bbc.in/2iCLAGt

This clip is from the BBC 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson, a collection of clips featuring acclaimed authors and actors covering the development of settings, characters and plots in story writing.

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How to create a story setting | English Language - 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson

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BBC presenters, Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty, explore how to develop a story's plot. They are joined by acclaimed authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, and actor Isaac Hempstead Wright. They explore adding a different spin to existing plots. 

Your students can take part in the activity using activity sheet 3 available for download from the 500 Words Live Lesson website: http://bbc.in/2iCLAGt

This clip is from the BBC 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson, a collection of clips featuring acclaimed authors and actors covering the development of settings, characters and plots in story writing. 

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Resources are tailored to different levels from 5 plus, but some of the higher-level content would be more appropriate for ages 7 and up. This clip is suitable for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3, First, Second and Third Level Scotland, Primary 2-7 and Year 8-9 Northern Ireland.

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Suitable for teaching 5-13s. Join Blue Peter's Barney Harwood, BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty, and expert guests such as Frank Cottrell-Boyce, to discover more about creating plots for stories.

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BBC presenters, Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty, explore how to develop a story's plot. They are joined by acclaimed authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, and actor Isaac Hempstead Wright. They explore adding a different spin to existing plots.

Your students can take part in the activity using activity sheet 3 available for download from the 500 Words Live Lesson website: http://bbc.in/2iCLAGt

This clip is from the BBC 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson, a collection of clips featuring acclaimed authors and actors covering the development of settings, characters and plots in story writing.

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YouTube Video UExjdkVjcnNGXzl6TEZSbVkzbGN4bjktZHpPalR3ZG9ocS45NDlDQUFFOThDMTAxQjUw

How to create a story plot | English Language - 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson

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BBC presenters Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty, explore how to develop characters for stories. They are joined by acclaimed  authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, and actor Matthew Lewis from Harry Potter.

They examine how to develop a character; considering who the character is, their history and world view, and how the character moves and speaks. They also look at how you use the dialogue to show off a character and make the reader feel a certain way.

Your students can take part in the activity using activity sheet 2 available for download from the 500 Words Live Lesson website: http://bbc.in/2iCLAGt

This clip is from the 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson featuring acclaimed authors and actors covering the development of settings, characters and plots in story writing. 

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Teaching English? 

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Resources are tailored to different levels from age 5 up, but some of the higher-level content would be more appropriate for ages 7 and up. This clip is suitable for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3, First, Second and Third Level Scotland, Primary 2-7 and Year 8-9 Northern Ireland.

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BBC presenters Barney Harwood and Naga Munchetty, explore how to develop characters for stories. They are joined by acclaimed authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell-Boyce, and actor Matthew Lewis from Harry Potter.

They examine how to develop a character; considering who the character is, their history and world view, and how the character moves and speaks. They also look at how you use the dialogue to show off a character and make the reader feel a certain way.

Your students can take part in the activity using activity sheet 2 available for download from the 500 Words Live Lesson website: http://bbc.in/2iCLAGt

This clip is from the 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson featuring acclaimed authors and actors covering the development of settings, characters and plots in story writing.

For our 500 Words 2017 - Live Lesson playlist: http://bit.ly/Teach500WordsLL
For our Live Lessons playlist: http://bit.ly/BBCLiveLessons
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Visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/livelessons for more information about BBC Live Lessons.

=====================
Teaching English?

You can find all the supporting resources from this Live Lesson by visiting: http://bbc.in/2iCLAGt

Resources are tailored to different levels from age 5 up, but some of the higher-level content would be more appropriate for ages 7 and up. This clip is suitable for teaching English at KS1, KS2 and KS3, First, Second and Third Level Scotland, Primary 2-7 and Year 8-9 Northern Ireland.

=====================
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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki introduces us to Thor, the God of Thunder, in this rip-roaring adventure in the frozen land of Jotunheim. 

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One day, Thor declares to Odin that he intends to do battle with the giants. Odin is delighted... And volunteers Loki to accompany Thor on the journey into Jotunheim. Loki, naturally, is less than thrilled. 

Thor and Loki cross the rainbow bridge and journey to Midgard, riding in Thor's chariot pulled by two shaggy goats. They stop for the night at the house of a poor villager. The prospects for dinner aren't good, so Thor shows off his magic trick: He slays both his goats to make goat stew, giving Loki and the villager strict instructions not to break any of the goats' bones, but to pile the bones in the corner with their skins instead.

Loki can't resist this opportunity to cause trouble, so he quietly tells the villager to break open a bone or two and suck out the marrow. In the morning, Thor stands over the pile of goats' bones and brings his goats back to life. But there's just one problem - one of the goats is limping and Thor knows at once who to blame...

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas, a collection of Viking Sagas told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker... And expert story-teller.

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Teaching English or History?

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki introduces us to Thor, the God of Thunder, in this rip-roaring adventure in the frozen land of Jotunheim.

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One day, Thor declares to Odin that he intends to do battle with the giants. Odin is delighted... And volunteers Loki to accompany Thor on the journey into Jotunheim. Loki, naturally, is less than thrilled.

Thor and Loki cross the rainbow bridge and journey to Midgard, riding in Thor's chariot pulled by two shaggy goats. They stop for the night at the house of a poor villager. The prospects for dinner aren't good, so Thor shows off his magic trick: He slays both his goats to make goat stew, giving Loki and the villager strict instructions not to break any of the goats' bones, but to pile the bones in the corner with their skins instead.

Loki can't resist this opportunity to cause trouble, so he quietly tells the villager to break open a bone or two and suck out the marrow. In the morning, Thor stands over the pile of goats' bones and brings his goats back to life. But there's just one problem - one of the goats is limping and Thor knows at once who to blame...

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas, a collection of Viking Sagas told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker... And expert story-teller.

For our Viking Saga Stories playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachVikingSagas
For more clips from Viking Saga Songs: http://bit.ly/TeachVikSongs
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Teaching English or History?

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland). These stories have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2. They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

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Thor and the Giants - part 1 | Primary English - Viking Sagas

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Thor and Loki continue their journey to Jotunheim, land of the giants (part 2 of 3).

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As evening falls, Thor and Loki stop at a very unusual building and go in to explore. Inside they find a large central hall and five chambers leading off from it at one end. Thor and Loki are wondering what they've stumbled upon, when suddenly the building begins to shake violently and an enormous eye appears at the doorway. 

The 'building' is actually a glove... Belonging to the giant Skrymnir, who has just picked it up.

Thor hurls his hammer at Skrymnir three times without any effect and Skrymnir tells Thor to go home and tell the the gods of Asgard how he has managed to tickle a giant. 

But Thor is having none of it. As the giant strides away, he tells Loki that they're going after him. They follow the giant's footprints through the snow until they come to a castle. Once inside, Thor challenges the giants to a drinking contest. A brimming drinking horn is brought and Thor drinks and drinks from it... But he simply cannot drain the horn. Thor has failed the challenge.

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas, a collection of Viking Sagas told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker... And expert story-teller.

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These stories have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2. They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Thor and Loki continue their journey to Jotunheim, land of the giants (part 2 of 3).

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As evening falls, Thor and Loki stop at a very unusual building and go in to explore. Inside they find a large central hall and five chambers leading off from it at one end. Thor and Loki are wondering what they've stumbled upon, when suddenly the building begins to shake violently and an enormous eye appears at the doorway.

The 'building' is actually a glove... Belonging to the giant Skrymnir, who has just picked it up.

Thor hurls his hammer at Skrymnir three times without any effect and Skrymnir tells Thor to go home and tell the the gods of Asgard how he has managed to tickle a giant.

But Thor is having none of it. As the giant strides away, he tells Loki that they're going after him. They follow the giant's footprints through the snow until they come to a castle. Once inside, Thor challenges the giants to a drinking contest. A brimming drinking horn is brought and Thor drinks and drinks from it... But he simply cannot drain the horn. Thor has failed the challenge.

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas, a collection of Viking Sagas told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker... And expert story-teller.

For our Viking Saga Stories playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachVikingSagas
For more clips from Viking Saga Songs: http://bit.ly/TeachVikSongs
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Teaching English or History?

These stories have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2. They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland).

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Thor and the Giants - part 2 | Primary English - Viking Sagas

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Thor has failed the first of the giants' challenges. But he refuses to give up and demands that the giants set him another task... One that will really stretch him (part 3 of 3). 

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Skrymnir calls for his cat... The 'cat' turns out to be rather larger than the average moggy, about the size of a cow, and Thor's challenge is to lift the cat from the floor. Thor strains every muscle, but can only lift one paw from the ground. Again Thor has failed the challenge.

Thor demands a final challenge and this time Skrymnir calls for 'Hel', his great, great, grandmother. A wrestling contest begins... And within a moment or two Thor is on his back having been soundly beaten. He has failed again.

The following day, Thor and Loki are about to return to Asgard in shame when Skrymnir reveals that he has been using magic against them all along: One end of the drinking horn was actually drawing liquid from the sea, the 'cat' was actually a serpent that winds itself right around Jotunheim... And the old lady - 'Hel' - is actually death itself, which no-one can defeat. An outraged Thor vows to return for vengeance.

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas, a collection of Viking Sagas told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker... And expert story-teller.

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Teaching English or History?

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland). These stories have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2. They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Thor has failed the first of the giants' challenges. But he refuses to give up and demands that the giants set him another task... One that will really stretch him (part 3 of 3).

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Skrymnir calls for his cat... The 'cat' turns out to be rather larger than the average moggy, about the size of a cow, and Thor's challenge is to lift the cat from the floor. Thor strains every muscle, but can only lift one paw from the ground. Again Thor has failed the challenge.

Thor demands a final challenge and this time Skrymnir calls for 'Hel', his great, great, grandmother. A wrestling contest begins... And within a moment or two Thor is on his back having been soundly beaten. He has failed again.

The following day, Thor and Loki are about to return to Asgard in shame when Skrymnir reveals that he has been using magic against them all along: One end of the drinking horn was actually drawing liquid from the sea, the 'cat' was actually a serpent that winds itself right around Jotunheim... And the old lady - 'Hel' - is actually death itself, which no-one can defeat. An outraged Thor vows to return for vengeance.

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas, a collection of Viking Sagas told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker... And expert story-teller.

For our Viking Saga Stories playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachVikingSagas
For more clips from Viking Saga Songs: http://bit.ly/TeachVikSongs
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglis

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Teaching English or History?

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland). These stories have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2. They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland).

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Thor and the Giants - part 3 | Primary English - Viking Sagas

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki introduces us to another Viking Saga character, the beautiful but vain goddess, Freya. Part 1 of 2.

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Freya tells Loki how she's been given an important job by Odin: To look after the weather and the seasons. One day, Odin invites Freya and her husband, Odur, to a banquet, so Freya goes in search for a new necklace.

She walks over the rainbow bridge to Midgard, where she stumbles across a cave. It starts to rain and, worried about her hair, Freya goes inside. As she moves along the cave, she begins to hear noises like hammers beating against the walls. When she turns a bend, she discovers the source of the hammering - goblins mining for silver and gold.

The goblins are enemies of the gods, but they are also well-known for making fantastic jewellery and Freya is transfixed by the sight of a beautiful necklace. Freya is determined to possess it at all costs, so the goblins name their price: She has to give each of them a 'big sloppy kiss'. Freya is horrified, but does as the goblins ask, then runs back to Asgard and her husband, Odur. Freya thinks that Odur will praise her beauty more than ever with the necklace, but how wrong she is!

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas, as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller. 

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Teaching English or History?

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland). 
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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki introduces us to another Viking Saga character, the beautiful but vain goddess, Freya. Part 1 of 2.

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Freya tells Loki how she's been given an important job by Odin: To look after the weather and the seasons. One day, Odin invites Freya and her husband, Odur, to a banquet, so Freya goes in search for a new necklace.

She walks over the rainbow bridge to Midgard, where she stumbles across a cave. It starts to rain and, worried about her hair, Freya goes inside. As she moves along the cave, she begins to hear noises like hammers beating against the walls. When she turns a bend, she discovers the source of the hammering - goblins mining for silver and gold.

The goblins are enemies of the gods, but they are also well-known for making fantastic jewellery and Freya is transfixed by the sight of a beautiful necklace. Freya is determined to possess it at all costs, so the goblins name their price: She has to give each of them a 'big sloppy kiss'. Freya is horrified, but does as the goblins ask, then runs back to Asgard and her husband, Odur. Freya thinks that Odur will praise her beauty more than ever with the necklace, but how wrong she is!

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas, as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

For our Viking Sagas playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachVikingSagas
For more clips from Viking Sagas: http://bit.ly/TeachVikSongs
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

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Teaching English or History?

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland).
These stories also have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2, Second level (Scotland).
They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

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Freya and the goblins - part 1 | Primary English - Viking Saga Stories

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. The goddess Freya has returned to Asgard and her husband Odur, having kissed the goblins for their necklace. Part 2 of 2. 

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When Odur hears Freya's story of how she kissed the goblins in return for the necklace, he is so filled with shame that he runs from the palace. Some days later, Odur still hasn't returned and Freya asks Odin to return the necklace to the goblins. But Odin refuses, telling Freya she must wear it forever as a mark of her shame.

Loki feels sorry for Freya and decides to 'help' her by taking the necklace. He changes into a fly and buzzes through a crack in Freya's bedroom door while she's asleep. Then he changes into a small bird and unclasps the necklace before flying away.

However, Loki hasn't reckoned on Heimdall, the guardian of the rainbow bridge. Heimdall sees Loki making off with the necklace and catches him. Heimdall takes the necklace to Odin who decrees that the necklace should finally be returned to the goblins and that Odur should be told that it is time for him to return.

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller. 

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Teaching English or History?

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These stories also have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2, Second level (Scotland). They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. The goddess Freya has returned to Asgard and her husband Odur, having kissed the goblins for their necklace. Part 2 of 2.

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When Odur hears Freya's story of how she kissed the goblins in return for the necklace, he is so filled with shame that he runs from the palace. Some days later, Odur still hasn't returned and Freya asks Odin to return the necklace to the goblins. But Odin refuses, telling Freya she must wear it forever as a mark of her shame.

Loki feels sorry for Freya and decides to 'help' her by taking the necklace. He changes into a fly and buzzes through a crack in Freya's bedroom door while she's asleep. Then he changes into a small bird and unclasps the necklace before flying away.

However, Loki hasn't reckoned on Heimdall, the guardian of the rainbow bridge. Heimdall sees Loki making off with the necklace and catches him. Heimdall takes the necklace to Odin who decrees that the necklace should finally be returned to the goblins and that Odur should be told that it is time for him to return.

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

For our Viking Sagas playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachVikingSagas
For more clips from Viking Sagas: http://bit.ly/TeachVikSongs
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

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Teaching English or History?

This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland).

These stories also have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2, Second level (Scotland). They also appear in the School Radio Music pages alongside several songs to learn: http://bbc.in/2eJuYbm

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Freya and the goblins - part 2 | Primary English - Viking Saga Stories

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. In this story, Loki introduces us to another character, Iduna, the goddess of youth and immortality. Part 1 of 4.

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The gods remain forever young by eating the magic apples that only Iduna, the goddess of youth and immortality, can pick. 

One day, Odin sets out on a trip to Midgard and takes Loki with him. After a day's journey, they stop for something to eat. Loki prepares a fire and makes an ox stew, while Odin reads his book of spells. Two hours later the stew should be ready to eat, but when they try it, they discover the meat is still raw. A great eagle in a nearby tree tells them that he's put a spell on the stew: it won't cook unless they share it with him. They invite the eagle to take a share, but the eagle starts to eat it all and Loki picks up a nearby stick and starts to beat the eagle.

The eagle suddenly grabs the stick in its beak and takes flight - with Loki still holding on to the other end of the stick.
The eagle refuses to put Loki down unless he agrees to help him with something. Loki agrees - and is promptly dropped down again. On the ground, the eagle demands that Loki should help him get revenge on the gods. Loki is confused... Until the eagle reveals he is in fact Thiassi, king of the giants of Jotunheim, in disguise.

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. In this story, Loki introduces us to another character, Iduna, the goddess of youth and immortality. Part 1 of 4.

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The gods remain forever young by eating the magic apples that only Iduna, the goddess of youth and immortality, can pick.

One day, Odin sets out on a trip to Midgard and takes Loki with him. After a day's journey, they stop for something to eat. Loki prepares a fire and makes an ox stew, while Odin reads his book of spells. Two hours later the stew should be ready to eat, but when they try it, they discover the meat is still raw. A great eagle in a nearby tree tells them that he's put a spell on the stew: it won't cook unless they share it with him. They invite the eagle to take a share, but the eagle starts to eat it all and Loki picks up a nearby stick and starts to beat the eagle.

The eagle suddenly grabs the stick in its beak and takes flight - with Loki still holding on to the other end of the stick.
The eagle refuses to put Loki down unless he agrees to help him with something. Loki agrees - and is promptly dropped down again. On the ground, the eagle demands that Loki should help him get revenge on the gods. Loki is confused... Until the eagle reveals he is in fact Thiassi, king of the giants of Jotunheim, in disguise.

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

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Apples of Iduna - part 1 | Primary English - Viking Saga Stories

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki has agreed to help the giant Thiassi against the gods, so he takes Thiassi to Iduna's garden. He has a plan... If he can get Iduna away from the gods, they will start to grow old. Part 2 of 4.

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Thiassi, disguised as an eagle again, hides in a tree. Loki calls to Iduna and tells her he needs one of her apples. But when she gives him one, he pretends to have seen much better apples in another orchard outside Iduna's garden.

He offers to take her there, but she is reluctant to leave... What if the gods need her apples? So Loki persuades her that the apples may belong to a rival goddess and she agrees to go with him. But suddenly, mysterious voices waft through the air: Iduna's trees are speaking, warning her not to go with Loki.

Thiassi decides he has had enough waiting around: he swoops down from the tree and seizes Iduna and her basket in his talons. Then he flies up into the air with her, thanking Loki for his assistance. Iduna is swept away and Loki gives her a friendly wave as she goes.

But there's just one problem. With Iduna gone, it's not just Odin and the other gods that are growing old and frail... Loki is as well!

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki has agreed to help the giant Thiassi against the gods, so he takes Thiassi to Iduna's garden. He has a plan... If he can get Iduna away from the gods, they will start to grow old. Part 2 of 4.

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Thiassi, disguised as an eagle again, hides in a tree. Loki calls to Iduna and tells her he needs one of her apples. But when she gives him one, he pretends to have seen much better apples in another orchard outside Iduna's garden.

He offers to take her there, but she is reluctant to leave... What if the gods need her apples? So Loki persuades her that the apples may belong to a rival goddess and she agrees to go with him. But suddenly, mysterious voices waft through the air: Iduna's trees are speaking, warning her not to go with Loki.

Thiassi decides he has had enough waiting around: he swoops down from the tree and seizes Iduna and her basket in his talons. Then he flies up into the air with her, thanking Loki for his assistance. Iduna is swept away and Loki gives her a friendly wave as she goes.

But there's just one problem. With Iduna gone, it's not just Odin and the other gods that are growing old and frail... Loki is as well!

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

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Apples of Iduna - part 2 | Primary English - Viking Saga Stories

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. After the kidnap of Iduna and her apples of everlasting youth, time passes and the gods and goddesses grow older and weaker. Loki doesn't admit he is the cause of the problem, but the other gods quickly figure it out and he is sent off to rescue her. 

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Loki thinks he has gotten away with having Induna kidnapped by the giants. But then, one day, Odin comes to see him. It turns out that Heimdall has overseen everything that happened in Iduna's garden and he saw Loki laughing as the eagle-giant, Thiassi, carried her away.

Loki has no choice but to admit to his trick... And Odin orders him to go to Jotunheim to rescue Iduna. Loki shape-changes into a falcon and flies to the icy land of the giants. At Thiassi's castle he perches on a window sill and listens as Thiassi and Iduna row. Thiassi takes one of Iduna's apples from the basket... But it withers in his hand. Only Iduna can handle them.

When Thiassi leaves, Loki hops down and persuades Iduna he really has come to rescue her. He transforms her into a sparrow and the basket of apples into a pip and together they set off back to Asgard.

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. After the kidnap of Iduna and her apples of everlasting youth, time passes and the gods and goddesses grow older and weaker. Loki doesn't admit he is the cause of the problem, but the other gods quickly figure it out and he is sent off to rescue her.

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Loki thinks he has gotten away with having Induna kidnapped by the giants. But then, one day, Odin comes to see him. It turns out that Heimdall has overseen everything that happened in Iduna's garden and he saw Loki laughing as the eagle-giant, Thiassi, carried her away.

Loki has no choice but to admit to his trick... And Odin orders him to go to Jotunheim to rescue Iduna. Loki shape-changes into a falcon and flies to the icy land of the giants. At Thiassi's castle he perches on a window sill and listens as Thiassi and Iduna row. Thiassi takes one of Iduna's apples from the basket... But it withers in his hand. Only Iduna can handle them.

When Thiassi leaves, Loki hops down and persuades Iduna he really has come to rescue her. He transforms her into a sparrow and the basket of apples into a pip and together they set off back to Asgard.

This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

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Teaching English or History?

These stories also have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2, Second level (Scotland).

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Apples of Iduna - part 3 | Primary English - Viking Saga Stories

Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki turns Iduna into a sparrow to rescue her, and the pair fly back to Asgard. The story may be heading for a rather boring ending... So it's just as well that eagle-giant Thiassi is after them!

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As Loki and Iduna approach Asgard, they can see Odin and Heimdall standing on the battlements. Heimdall appears to think it's bonfire night, because, on instruction from Odin, he gathers firewood and sets it ablaze.

Thiassi is almost upon them. Loki and Iduna dive into the smoke caused by the bonfire. They can see nothing, collide with each other and fall at Odin's feet, where Loki turns himself back into his normal shape and Iduna into hers.

Then Heimdall fans the flames. Thiassi's wings are scorched and despite flapping them furiously, he can't stay up and is swallowed in the fire.

Thiassi is defeated, but Loki still has a problem: Iduna has been nowhere near him and he's still growing older and weaker. So Odin, Loki and Heimdall go to find Iduna. But when Loki asks for one of her apples of eternal youth she hesitates.

What should happen to Loki? What would be the best ending? Forgiveness for Loki... Or punishment?

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas. This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

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Teaching English or History?

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Suitable for teaching 7-9s. Loki turns Iduna into a sparrow to rescue her, and the pair fly back to Asgard. The story may be heading for a rather boring ending... So it's just as well that eagle-giant Thiassi is after them!

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As Loki and Iduna approach Asgard, they can see Odin and Heimdall standing on the battlements. Heimdall appears to think it's bonfire night, because, on instruction from Odin, he gathers firewood and sets it ablaze.

Thiassi is almost upon them. Loki and Iduna dive into the smoke caused by the bonfire. They can see nothing, collide with each other and fall at Odin's feet, where Loki turns himself back into his normal shape and Iduna into hers.

Then Heimdall fans the flames. Thiassi's wings are scorched and despite flapping them furiously, he can't stay up and is swallowed in the fire.

Thiassi is defeated, but Loki still has a problem: Iduna has been nowhere near him and he's still growing older and weaker. So Odin, Loki and Heimdall go to find Iduna. But when Loki asks for one of her apples of eternal youth she hesitates.

What should happen to Loki? What would be the best ending? Forgiveness for Loki... Or punishment?

This clip is from the BBC series Viking Sagas. This clip is from an animated collection of Viking Sagas as told by Loki, Viking god of fire, shape-changer, mischief-maker and expert storyteller.

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Teaching English or History?

These stories also have cross-curricular links to History and the study of Vikings at Key Stage 2, Second level (Scotland).
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This clip is relevant to the teaching of English at Key Stage 2 level, Second level (Scotland).

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Apples of Iduna - part 4 | Primary English - Viking Saga Stories

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Join Sarah Jane Honeywell to learn the fourth song of the Jack and the Beanstalk series 'And he went Higher'. Song 4 of 7. 

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In the morning Jack finds the beanstalk growing in the garden. He creeps downstairs without waking Ma. Then he climbs to the very top of the beanstalk and follows a pathway which eventually leads to a huge castle. 

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk, a collection of songs and music activities linked to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The songs, together with the story episodes, tell the adventures of Jack and his encounters with the giant at the top of the beanstalk. The songs, music activities and literacy links support a range of learning objectives at Years 1 and 2. They can also be used to make your own performance of the story. 

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In the morning Jack finds the beanstalk growing in the garden. He creeps downstairs without waking Ma. Then he climbs to the very top of the beanstalk and follows a pathway which eventually leads to a huge castle.

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk, a collection of songs and music activities linked to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The songs, together with the story episodes, tell the adventures of Jack and his encounters with the giant at the top of the beanstalk. The songs, music activities and literacy links support a range of learning objectives at Years 1 and 2. They can also be used to make your own performance of the story.

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Song 4 - And he went Higher - Tutorial | Primary Music - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and music of the full-vocal version of the fourth song of the Jack and the Beanstalk series 'And he went Higher'. Song 4 of 7. 

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In the morning Jack finds the beanstalk growing in the garden. He creeps downstairs without waking Ma. Then he climbs to the very top of the beanstalk and follows a pathway which eventually leads to a huge castle. 

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk, a collection of songs and music activities linked to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The songs, together with the story episodes, tell the adventures of Jack and his encounters with the giant at the top of the beanstalk. The songs, music activities and literacy links support a range of learning objectives at Years 1 and 2. They can also be used to make your own performance of the story. 

For our Jack and the Beanstalk playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachJackSong
For our Music playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryMusic

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Teaching Music or English?

You can find all the supporting resources for Jack and the Beanstalk by visiting: http://bit.ly/SchoolRadioJack

This clip is suitable for teaching the Key Stage 1/First Level Music and English curriculum.

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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along with the lyrics and music of the full-vocal version of the fourth song of the Jack and the Beanstalk series 'And he went Higher'. Song 4 of 7.

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In the morning Jack finds the beanstalk growing in the garden. He creeps downstairs without waking Ma. Then he climbs to the very top of the beanstalk and follows a pathway which eventually leads to a huge castle.

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk, a collection of songs and music activities linked to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The songs, together with the story episodes, tell the adventures of Jack and his encounters with the giant at the top of the beanstalk. The songs, music activities and literacy links support a range of learning objectives at Years 1 and 2. They can also be used to make your own performance of the story.

For our Jack and the Beanstalk playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachJackSong
For our Music playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryMusic

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Teaching Music or English?

You can find all the supporting resources for Jack and the Beanstalk by visiting: http://bit.ly/SchoolRadioJack

This clip is suitable for teaching the Key Stage 1/First Level Music and English curriculum.

=====================
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More resources for teachers from the BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/teach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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Song 4 - And he went Higher - Full Song | Primary Music - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along to the backing track of the fourth song of the Jack and the Beanstalk series - ‘And he went higher.’ Song 4 of 7.  

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In the morning Jack finds the beanstalk growing in the garden. He creeps downstairs without waking Ma. Then he climbs to the very top of the beanstalk and follows a pathway which eventually leads to a huge castle.

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk, a collection of songs and music activities linked to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The songs, together with the story episodes, tell the adventures of Jack and his encounters with the giant at the top of the beanstalk. The songs, music activities and literacy links support a range of learning objectives at Years 1 and 2. They can also be used to make your own performance of the story. 

For our Jack and the Beanstalk playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachJackSong
For our Music playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryMusic

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Teaching Music or English?

You can find all the supporting resources for Jack and the Beanstalk by visiting: http://bit.ly/SchoolRadioJack

This clip is suitable for teaching the Key Stage 1/First Level Music and English curriculum.

=====================
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More resources for teachers from the BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/teach
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Suitable for teaching 5-7s. Sing along to the backing track of the fourth song of the Jack and the Beanstalk series - ‘And he went higher.’ Song 4 of 7.

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In the morning Jack finds the beanstalk growing in the garden. He creeps downstairs without waking Ma. Then he climbs to the very top of the beanstalk and follows a pathway which eventually leads to a huge castle.

This clip is from the BBC series Jack and the Beanstalk, a collection of songs and music activities linked to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The songs, together with the story episodes, tell the adventures of Jack and his encounters with the giant at the top of the beanstalk. The songs, music activities and literacy links support a range of learning objectives at Years 1 and 2. They can also be used to make your own performance of the story.

For our Jack and the Beanstalk playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachJackSong
For our Music playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryMusic

=====================
Teaching Music or English?

You can find all the supporting resources for Jack and the Beanstalk by visiting: http://bit.ly/SchoolRadioJack

This clip is suitable for teaching the Key Stage 1/First Level Music and English curriculum.

=====================
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More resources for teachers from the BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/teach
More from BBC Learning Zone: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
More resources from BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

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Song 4 - And he went Higher - Backing Track | Primary Music - Jack and the Beanstalk

Suitable for teaching 11-14s. A fun, animated guide explaining that homophones are two or more words that sound the same, but have different meanings and often different spellings. 

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It is important to distinguish between homophones so that the correct spelling is used. Examples of common homophones are demonstrated, such as 'ball' and 'bawl', before focusing on the homophones their, there and they’re. There are detailed explanations and examples of the three words, used in context, with various strategies to help pupils remember which is the right word to use in different situations.

This clip is from the BBC series Wonderful Words, a series of animated clips to support vocabulary knowledge at KS3 level.

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Teaching English? 

This could be used to introduce or to reinforce the different meanings and spellings of the homophones their, there and they’re. Pupils could write a short story incorporating as many different homophones as possible.

This clip is relevant to teaching English at KS3/Third level (Scotland).

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Suitable for teaching 11-14s. A fun, animated guide explaining that homophones are two or more words that sound the same, but have different meanings and often different spellings.

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It is important to distinguish between homophones so that the correct spelling is used. Examples of common homophones are demonstrated, such as 'ball' and 'bawl', before focusing on the homophones their, there and they’re. There are detailed explanations and examples of the three words, used in context, with various strategies to help pupils remember which is the right word to use in different situations.

This clip is from the BBC series Wonderful Words, a series of animated clips to support vocabulary knowledge at KS3 level.

For our Wonderful Words playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachWords
For our English playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachPrimaryEnglish

For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p043cp5r.

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Teaching English?

This could be used to introduce or to reinforce the different meanings and spellings of the homophones their, there and they’re. Pupils could write a short story incorporating as many different homophones as possible.

This clip is relevant to teaching English at KS3/Third level (Scotland).

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Homophones | Primary English - Wonderful Words