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This lesson plan originally appeared in Volume 6 Issue 5 of Teach Primary magazine
Roald Dahl took traditional fairy stories and turned them into wonderfully wicked ‘Revolting Rhymes’.
In this lesson plan, Dave Lewis shows how, with a structured approach, you can help your class to do the same.
In this lesson, students will explore:
• What makes a poem sound like a poem
• How to find rhyming words for your poem (and invent rhyming words if you can’t)
• How to turn a well-known story into a poem
You can find even more free Roald Dahl resources here.
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