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English Week 5 – Instruction Writing (Week beginning 18.5.20)

This week we will be focusing on writing instructions.

We would like you to look at the learning screens and activities to help you to remember how to structure your instructions. Once you have done this please look through the Recipe planning below, so that you can see some examples.

 

On day 5 (Friday) we would like you to write your own instructions on how to make a biscuit or a chapatti, use the ideas in the documents folder below, that Mrs Taylor has made to help you.

English Week 4 – Roald Dahl Poetry (Week beginning 11.5.20)

This week we will be focusing on poetry wrote by the famous author Roald Dahl.

We will be following the set plan before looking at reading and understand a different poem each day.

 

If you open the pdf file of the poem plan below, you can click the links to the videos of the poems. If not you can search their names on YouTube.

Roald Dahl Poetry Block

Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes - Goldilocks and the Three Bears

In this version, Goldie breaks into the Bears' house and causes problems. Will the Bears do about it?

Roald Dahl's Dirty Beasts - The Pig

A clever pig knows everything about anything, except for his existence. Then he finds out why and eats the farmer!

English Week 3 – Storm Castle Story Writing (Week beginning 4.5.20)

This week we will be looking at story writing. Log onto your Education City account where we have set some activities that will help you write and amazing story.

When you have had a go at those read or listen to the story Storm Castle found on Oxford Owl: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/home/reading-site/find-a-book/library-page?type=book&view=&query=castles

or on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze_Px7G1tu4

 

Now you are ready to plan the story. First we must split the story into 3 parts. We have attached a sheet (below) which will help you to do this. You have used one just like it in school.

Once your story is planned you might decide to write one part each day over the week, then re-read and edit it when you have finished (as it is described below)

Day 1 – activities on education city, read/listen to story and plan
Day 2 – beginning of the story
Day 3 – middle of the story
Day 4 – end of the story
Day 5 – Edit you story (can you make it better by adding interesting words, adjectives/adverbs, does it make sense?)

 

You can complete this using electronic devices (computers or tablets) in Purple Mash/word/notes or write it on paper. Please send any stories you complete to the school email (audley.infant@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk) because we miss seeing all your lovely work.

Storm Castle Story Plan Sheet

Storm Castle - Oxford Reading Tree Story

Medieval Knight

The path to knighthood started at the age of 7. Find out how the role of a Knight changes as they get older.

Life in the Middle Ages The Knight

Find out information on the role of a Knight in the Middle Ages

Reading Comprehensions (Blue Group 1 Star, Green Group 2 Stars, Red & Yellow Group 3 Stars)

English Week 2 - The role of a knight (Week beginning 27.4.20)

Below are some useful videos and links all about the role of a knight and how this changes as they get older. Watch the videos, make a mind map about Knights then write a description of one using the information you have learnt. Once you have done this please send any writing you have completed to the school email (audley.infant@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk) for teachers to see. There are lots of activities on Purple Mash about Knights. We have also set some activities on both Purple Mash and Education City using noun phrases (when we use an adjective, or more than one to describe a noun) and different sentence types such as exclamations (!) and questions (?) and when to use the punctuation.

English Week 1 - Parts of a castle (Week beginning 20.4.20)

Below are some useful videos and links all about the different parts of castles, focusing on the Motte and Bailey castles in particular. Watch the videos, make a mind map then write a description of a castle using the information you have learnt. Once you have done this please send any writing you have completed to the school email (audley.infant@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk) for teachers to see. There are lots of activities on Purple Mash about Castles. We have also set some activities on using subordinating and coordinating conjunctions on both Purple Mash and Education City.

What is a Castle?

Parts of a castle

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