What a brilliant Children in Need Day - thank you to everyone who took part. We have now raised £376 for Children in Need ................. We also sent 52 Shoe Boxes today to the Boxes of Hope Charity, which is the most we have sent for some time. Again, thank you so much to everyone who made a box or boxes. We really appreciate your support.
Monday's English 1. Draw a picture of your character 2. Draw a speech bubble describing how it is feeling and why 3. Write three feeling words to show how it is feeling
Tuesday's English Success Criteria - use captial letters and full stops. Please use opinions and reasons for them. conjunctions to use because and so Please use In this lesson, children will think about the way the crayons felt in the book and why. They will write the feelings and opinions of the crayons, explaining these using the joining conjunctions 'because' and 'so'. Children will then answer some questions about the character they devised in Mondays and think about some opinions their characters might have. For their task, children will write sentences expressing their characters' opinions and feelings and giving reasons for them.
Wednesday's English In this lesson, children will explore commands and then rhetorical questions. They will look at some examples of commands and rhetorical questions from 'The Day the Crayons Quit' and see a modelled write. They will practise writing commands and rhetorical questions from the perspective of one of the crayons. For their task, children will write one command and one rhetorical question from the perspective of their devised character.
Thursday's English In this lesson, children will look at a modelled write of a persuasive letter and find the persuasive features of the first paragraph. Then, children will ask and answer questions about the character they devised. Finally, children will orally rehearse the first paragraph of their letter.
Friday's English In this lesson, children will recap the features of a persuasive text, focussing on the first paragraph of a letter. Then, we will have a shared write and children will write the first paragraph of their letter, using their plans to help them.
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