*** Please make sure that you have your plan from yesterday's lesson as this will help you write your build up***
To write the build-up
In this lesson, we will use our plan to write the build up of the story in short parts. We will finish the lesson by reading our paragraph aloud.
Mild - please feel free to magpie Ms Webster's vocabulary or sentences to help you write your story. Perhaps you could magpie her first sentence and then write the second sentence independently.
Hot - please challenge yourself by using a range of adverbials in you learning. Remember they don't always need to used at the start of a sentence..
Warm up for the session by visiting Go Noodle and doing your favourite dance.
Today, we are continuing our Bollywood dance learning. Re-familiarise yourself with the Bollywood key moves in the instructional video.
1. Prayer hands
2. Jab hands
3. Circle wrists, clap, and wavy hands.
3. 'Come here' reverse and circle wrists to clap
4. 'Come here' forwards and circle writs to clap
5. Screw in the lightbulb to finish.
Keep practising until you are confident with each of those different moves. If you can, ask an adult if they are able to play the following tunes for you.
Jai Ho - The Pussycat Dolls
Husan - Bhangra Nights
India Del Mar - Bollywood Buddha Indian Music Cafe
These are great tunes to use when performing your moves. Which do you like the best? Can you perform the sequence that the lady does at the end of the video to the tune you like the best? Next week we will be starting to choreograph our own Bollywood dance. :-)
This week we will be continuing our Tudor portraits. Last week we asked you to trace a portrait of your favourite Tudor on to a plain piece of paper. Hopefully you have kept this in a safe place so now we can continue with today's lesson. Make sure that your sketch has no gaps and is neat, check the lines are not too dark because we only want them to be faint at this stage. Now it is your choice (based on what resources you have at home) how you continue with your picture:
1. Using a pencil, can you start shading (gently colouring in) your picture using your chosen Tudor's picture as a guide. Use light pressure with your pencil for the areas on the picture that are lightly coloured and slightly more pressure with your pencil for the darker areas of the picture to create shade. Please see the shaded picture of a man below as an example for what we want you to do. We want these pictures to be detailed so please take your time. Please also do not do the background as today we are just focussing on the person in the picture.
2. If you have them at home, use watercolour paints to bring your portrait to life with colour. DO NOT paint the background yet, today we are just focussing on the colour on the person and their clothing. Have a look at the colour chart below to remind yourselves on how to mix primary colours to make the desired colour. Do not worry about the little details because we will cover this next week.
Enjoy! Have fun.