Thursday 7th May 2020
WALT write a narrative story from a character’s perspective.
Today, we are going to write our own narrative version of The Highwayman. We have been exploring our character’s and the setting this week and planned the story using the comic book strip.
Remember to use all of the work we have done this week to help you write your story. Don't just copy your work from earlier this week as it will not fit straight in to your story. Be clever. Think about how you can use the ideas from this week to help you write your story. Open the document for some more guidance about today's writing and find the success criteria for narrative writing! Good luck!
Wednesday 6th May 2020
WALT write setting descriptions for key places in the story.
Today, we are focusing on key places and locations in the story. A narrative piece of writing must include details about where the story is set. You will need to write some setting descriptions which you could use elements of in your story tomorrow to set the scene.
Tuesday 5th May 2020
WALT explore the character we have chosen to write as.
Today we are going to explore how our chosen character is like in this story. You are going to need to be a little bit creative in this task and there is some inference work as well too!
Monday 4th May 2020
WALT convert ‘The Highwayman’ poem into a comic book strip plan.
This week, we are building up to retelling the poem ‘The Highwayman’ as a narrative story from a character’s perspective. Open the documents below and start your learning for this week!