To write the ending
In our final lesson of the unit, we will write the ending to the story using our plans. We will finish by reading our whole paragraph out loud. Well done, this is the last lesson of this unit of work! We are so impressed by the writing we have seen. Remember to have yesterday's plan handy.
Mild - magpie some of Ms Webster's writing to start you off. Can you use her first sentence and then complete the rest of the paragraph independently.
Spicy - keep utilising fronted adverbials showing how, when or where to provide your writing with good structure and pace.
Hot - where there is direct speech can you show your understanding by placing the reporting clause before and after the direct speech. Volcano challenge - can you use split speech?
Have a look through the power point. It is super informative and is supported by lots of images of Tudor food. Some look much tastier than others, I think you will agree! Have a go at the activities at the end and then if you would like to challenge yourself, complete Tudor food activity sheet. There is also an attachment detailing lots of Tudor recipes, which ones do you fancy the most?
This is a very similar session to last week. Keep going with the choreographing of your dance. Make sure that you don't make it too long so you are unable to memorise it. You want to get to the point of not having to look at it when you are dancing. This means you will be looking straight ahead and the audience can see your face which makes your routine much more effective. If you can get someone to film you and send it to us. We would love to see it!