***When Ms Webster refers to adverbial openers she is referring to what we call in class, fronted adverbials.***
To plan the build up
In this lesson, we will read verse 3 of the poem to find out what happens next before planning precise vocabulary for us to use to write the build up as a story. We will finish the lesson by practising sentences orally, using vocabulary from our plan.
Mild - please use the template below if you wish to provide structure to your planning.
Hot - when Ms Webster asks you to practise sentences at the end of the lesson, can you include super power phrases to up-level your description?
Over the next few weeks we will be focussing on specific skills that are required for successful reading comprehension. This week it is retrieving information. The key to answering these questions is that there are no trick questions! All the answers are in the text, you have just have to read and re-read until you find the piece of information that the question is asking you to find. Please, please remember that if the question asks you, 'How do you know', you need to use evidence from the text to support your answer. The answers are below. Please complete all questions on a piece of paper before checking the answers.
Please visit the website below and explore the section on Tudor Houses. To navigate through the sections, press the arrows at the bottom of the page. Once you reach the end, (the last section is Photographs of Tudor Houses in Kent) go back to the section titled 'Old or New' and look at the black and white photograph. Can you write a paragraph on paper telling me how you know this house isn't an authentic Tudor home? Your paragraph could start with the sentence...I know that this picture is not a real Tudor house because...