Week beginning 25.1.21
Lesson 1 - 25.1.21
Today you are going to start your next writing genre, a narrative set in Pompeii during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
What is a narrative?What does a narrative need?
Read the WAGOLL (What A Good One Looks Like) example of a narrative.
- What do you like about the narrative?
- Find your favourite description.
- Any words you aren’t sure of?
- What writing features can you find?
Write your answers on the example sheet and Hand In your learning :)
Lesson 2 - 26.1.21
Today you are going to read and identify key features in a WAGOLL example
What is a narrative?
What does a narrative need?
You will need to find examples of:
- Fronted Adverbials
- Adjectives/Expanded Noun Phrase
Either highlight them using the colours or write examples in the boxes.
Lesson 3 - 27.1.21
Good morning, today you will be writing sentences using the 4 main sentence types:
Read through the PowerPoint, complete the quiz and then the worksheet.
Lesson 4 - 28.1.21
Good morning, today you will be learning to improve sentences using adjectives or expanded noun phrases. Follow the PowerPoint then complete either the Blue or Red Group worksheet.
Lesson 5 - 29.1.21
WALT: Use adjectives and similes
Today you are going to continue your learning of sentences and adjectives. You will be improving and creating your own sentences using similes.
Similes create description by comparing one thing to another using "like" or "as".
For example: The car was as fast as a cheetah.
- Read the PowerPoint
- Complete the worksheets