To plan the ending
In this lesson, we will plan each part of the ending of the story, using the vocabulary we generated in the previous lesson. Ms Webster refers to speech first and second in this lesson which we learnt about last week. Remember to think about the terminology we would use in class...we call the part of the sentence that tells us who is speaking the reporting clause.
Have your vocabulary sheet from yesterday at the ready!
Mild - please use the template attached below to better order your planning.
Hot challenge - please remember to show not tell. We have been focussing on this throughout this unit of learning. The better the picture you build in your reader's mind the more they will enjoy reading it.
This week is children's mental health week and we wanted to acknowledge this in school and for the children at home considering the circumstances we all find ourselves in! This lesson focuses on 'find your brave'. We hope that the children will be inspired...
Watch the below clips from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and The Greatest Showman.
Then either talk with an adult or think to yourself about the following questions:
Can you then design a brave cartoon character? Draw it and then give it a motto based on bravery and write out the qualities it will have. We would love to see your characters so please upload a picture to the PHSE assignment on TEAMS.
I know some of the children found the guided reading last week super tricky, so we will practice the same skill again which is retrieving information. All of the answers are in the text so there are no trick questions!
Hot challenge - here are a couple of trickier questions if you fancy giving yourself a challenge!
What emotion do you think visitors to Big Ben will have for this one week in August? Why?
What could make the cleaning process go on for longer? How do you know?