Daily English Activities
English Activity - Friday 27.03.2020
Today we're going to be writing our narratives!
Work through the PowerPoint and follow each step. There is a plan that you can use to help you. You might want to print it out and write some ideas down. Or you can just have a look at it and plan the ideas in your head or by telling someone at home.
Remember to challenge yourself when you're writing. Think of all of the SPaG you can add to make your writing the best it can be!
English Activity - Thursday 26.03.2020
Today, we are going to be using our character planning sheets to write a character description. Work through the PowerPoint and on the last slide, you'll find a checklist of SPaG to include. Remember to challenge yourself. If you need a reminder of how to use speech marks, watch the video below!
If you finish your character description and want another challenge, there is a SPaG activity to have a go at, looking further at fronted adverbials.
English Activity - Wednesday 25.03.2020
Below is your English activity for today. Yesterday we created a setting description and today we're going to be planning a character description.
Work through the PowerPoint and then you can either print out the planning sheet or write the work straight into your yellow book. Remember that you can take pictures of your work and e-mail it in to us. We'd love to see what you have created!
English Activity - Tuesday 24.03.2020
In this lesson, we are going to write a setting description for our own narratives. At the end of this week, we should have a whole 'twisted' fairy tale based on Jack and the Beanstalk.
Work your way through the PowerPoint and then write your setting description into your yellow book. (Don't forget to write the date too!)
English - 23.03.2020
In this lesson we will be creating expanded noun phrases. To start with, you need to watch this video of the story "Jack and the Baked Beanstalk". Once you have watched it, work through the power point and then complete your work in your yellow book.
If you need some more help on how to create an expanded noun phrase, you can click the link below which will take you to a BBC Bitesize page.