To develop a rich understanding of words associated with fighting or being in battle.
In this lesson, we will introduce new vocabulary, identify word pairs and synonyms and apply the vocabulary in sentences. This lesson is super straightforward so no need for a mild option. Please make sure that you record the definitions of each of the words on a piece of paper or a book whatever you are using at home. You can then use these words to make your writing super precise and wonderfully detailed.
Hot - can you include complex sentences when Ms Butt asks you to at the of the lesson? Remember a complex sentence includes a main clause (a clause that makes sense on its own) and a subordinate clause (one that relies on the main clause to make sense). If you put the subordinate clause at the beginning of the sentence remember you must include a comma.
This week we are going to start our choreography. Focus on the moves that we have learnt so far in our journey in to the world of Bollywood...
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.
Use the plan to create your own Bollywood dance to your favourite piece of Bollywood music. A selection is below:
Jai Ho - The Pussycat Dolls
Husan - Bhangra Nights
India Del Mar - Bollywood Buddha Indian Music Cafe
If you can print off the plan, great but don't worry if you can't, you can just use a piece of paper! Put the moves in a different order, or if you are really confident, take elements of different moves and create your own move all together. Get it all written out today and have a couple of practices. We will have more time to perfect it next week. If you need reminding of the moves, the video is will be under last Friday's star. Good luck!