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Week Beginning 01.02.21

Friday 5th February

WALT: Make our writing flow by using a variety of adverbs

Start today’s learning by having a final practice of today’s spellings and we will do the test at the start of the lesson.

Today, we are going to recap the different types of adverbs. We will be going through examples of what these are and there will be chances for you to contribute your ideas during the live lesson so please have something ready to write on. We will also go through some examples for each chilli challenge to help you. After the lesson, have a go at one of the chilli challenges below, where you will be able to practise the skills you have learnt during the lesson.

Thursday 4th February

WALT: Explain the differences between direct and indirect speech

Start today’s learning by completing the English starter on the website and we will go through some of your answers during the lesson.

Today, we are going to recap direct and indirect speech. We will be going through examples of what these are and there will be chances for you to contribute your ideas during the live lesson so please have something ready to write on. We will also recap how to change examples of direct speech into indirect ones and vice versa. After the lesson, have a go at one of the chilli challenges below, where you will be able to practise the skills you have learnt during the lesson.

Wednesday 3rd February 2021

WALT: Understand headlines and how to create them.

 

Today we will be looking at headlines. We need to know why headlines are important in news stories so that we can create effective ones. In this lesson, you will need to access the PowerPoint to understand more about how to make headlines effective, how to identify them and how to create them.

 

You will complete three activities in this lesson before you choose a Chilli Challenge from below

Tuesday 2nd February 2021

WALT: Understand the 5Ws of newspaper reports.

 

Today, we will be looking at the 5Ws in newspaper reports. Each time you read a newspaper report, you need to know ‘Who, What, Where, When, Why’ something has happened.

This usually will be at the start of any newspaper report. It is important we know how to identify these, as later on you will need to use them in your writing. Once we go through these in more detail you will be able to have a go yourselves by choosing one of the chilli challenges.

Monday 1st February

WALT: Identify and explore features of a newspaper report

Start today’s learning by completing the English starter on the website and we will go through the answers during the lesson

Today, we are going to explore a newspaper report in detail. We will be identifying all of the key features that are needed in order to write a great newspaper report. After the lesson, have a go at one of the chilli challenges below, where you will also be able to identify the features we learnt and some additional ones.

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