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W.B 27.04.20

Friday 1st May 2020

 

W.A.LT Write a letter to a friend or family member.

 

 

This week in English we have been exploring how to use a question mark to write questions. We have also been responding to questions.

 

Activity - to write a letter to a friend or family member asking them questions about themselves and what they have been doing to keep themselves busy and safe. You may want to use the templates below or create your own on paper or the computer.

What must a letter have? Use the PowerPoint Presentation below to support your understanding of how to write a letter.

Think about the super letters that you wrote to Goldilocks when we read the story of 'The Jolly Postman'.

 

 

You might want to write to a friend in your class and post it on the class blog or you may want to post your letter to your friend or family member.

 

To include at least one question in your letter. Remember to use full stops, finger spaces and capital letters.

 

To include at least two questions in your letter. Remember to use full stops, finger spaces, capital letters and the conjunction 'and'.

 

To include at least 3 questions in your letter. Remember to use full stops, finger spaces, capital letters and the conjunctions 'and' and 'because'.

 

We always use our neatest handwriting. :) 

Thursday 30th April 2020

W.A.L.T Use our understanding of a story to answer questions.

 

Today we will be continuing with the story of Dogger. You may want to read the story again and pause it at particular points to find the answers to the questions.

 

Remember when reading a story it is important to think about our question words: Who? Where? Why? When? Who? How?

 

Activity - Read Dogger and respond to the questions on the task sheet.

 

Respond to 4 questions about a text and share own opinion. 

 

Respond to 6 questions about a text and share own opinion. 

 

 Respond to 8 questions about a text and share own opinion. 

Wednesday 29th April 2020.

 

W.A.L.T Understand how to use a question mark.

 

Today in English we will be exploring how and when to use a question mark in our writing. Explore the PowerPoint Presentation below and complete your choice of activity (writing questions to ask to Dogger). There is a lined writing sheet attached but feel free to use either your own paper or word process on the computer.

 

We look forward to finding out what questions you would like to ask Dogger.

 

 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

 

W.A.L.T Retell a story

 

We will be continuing to explore the story of Dogger. Remember to use the link below from yesterday's lesson to watch and enjoy the story again if you need to.

 

Activity - to retell the story of Dogger in order of events. You have been set a 2Do on Purple Mash if you would like to story board the story or you may want to use paper to create your own book and design a front cover - it is up to you.

 

To independently use capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

 

To independently use capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and adjectives.

 

 To independently use capital letters, full stops, finger spaces, adjectives and conjunctions 'and' and 'because'.

Hello Year 1.
This week in English we will be exploring the story ‘Dogger’ by Shirley Hughes. 

 

Monday 27th April 2020
W.A.L.T Use adjectives to describe our own toys.

 

Using the link below; enjoy the story ‘Dogger’. You may want to pause the story to discuss with a grown up or member of your household what is happening.


Activity – create your very own Lost poster for one of your own toys at home. Remember when using adjectives to think about your 5 senses. What does your toy look like? Feel like? Does it make any particular noises? Does it have a particular smell?

You may want to create your poster on the computer, create your own on paper or use the template provided.

 

Look at the examples below of Lost posters for Dogger. Will you offer a reward for whoever finds your missing toy? Remember to use lots of adjectives to help describe your toy so that it can be found and returned to you!
 

 To write 3 sentences that have adjectives, capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

 

To write 5 sentences that have adjectives, capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and use of conjunctions 'and' or 'because'.

 

To write 6 - 8 sentences that have adjectives, capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and use of conjunctions 'and' or 'because'.

 

 

 

 

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