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Glastonbury Thorn School

       

English

Monday

WAIL to draw a story map of the setting with labels of the different features

Success criteria: I can draw and label a map of the story setting

As a starter- please have a look at the bird song identifier web site linked below.

Watch the teaching video and make a map of the setting as modelled.

You will need paper and a pencil.

Tuesday

WAIL to infer from the text and illustrations what Granny Sylvie is like.

Success criteria:I can say what a character is like from reading the text and illustrations.

Please watch the teaching video and complete the 'role on the wall' activity as described. You will need two sheets of paper and a pencil for this activity.

Wednesday

WAIL to respond to descriptive words and interpret them through illustration.

Success criteria: I can visualise a scene that is described. 

 

Starter activity:

Please discuss the meaning of these words which are synonyms for happy and excited (it will be useful to write these words out onto strips of paper). Then sort the words for happy- depending on their emotional power-from the happiest to the least happy with the word happy in the middle. Repeat this activity for excited. 

Watch the teaching video and follow the activity.

You will need paper, a pencil and colouring pencils/pens.

Below is a link for text for the scene in the glade-without page illustrations

Thursday

WAIL to write a poem that uses descriptive language to evoke a scene in summer and winter   

Success criteria: I can write poetically about summer and winter 

Watch the teaching video and complete poetry writing task.

You will need a pencil and your writing book.

Friday

WAIL to write a poem that uses poetic language to eveoke a scene in summer and winter.

Success criteria: I can write poetically about summer and winter.

Watch teaching video and edit your poem, write up again in your best handwriting and illustrate.

You will need the poem you wrote yesterday, clean paper and coloring pencils.

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