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English Week Beginning 08/06/2020

Story Writing - The Very Noisy Night

Monday 

 

Watch - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-listen-to-a-story/

 

Phonics:

Ow, ou

Point to the correct digraph in the word

 

English: To listen to a story (The Very Noisy Night)

Listen to the story.

Answer the following questions:

Who are the main characters in the story?

What does the little mouse hear?

Where is the story set?

 

Alternative (Optional) Writing Task:

I can write a message in a bottle.

Write a message about your day at sea to someone at home and put your message in a bottle.

Tuesday

 

Watch - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-commit-a-story-to-memory-4ca7c8/

 

Phonics:

Ow, ou

Read the words from the video

Recap some previously taught sounds - read the words

 

English: To commit a story to memory (The Very Noisy Night)

Participate in re-telling the story with Miss Browne

Fold a piece of paper as shown into 9 sections/boxes

Watch Miss Browne create her story map and draw your own pictures in each box to help you to remember the story.

Use your story map to tell the story yourself. If you need help listen to Miss Browne again.

 

Alternative (Optional) Writing Task:

I can write a list of items I need to survive on a Desert Island.

What items will a pirate need to live? Write them down.

Wednesday

 

Watch – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-exclamation-marks/

 

Phonics:

Ow, ou

Spot the digraphs in the words

Recap some previously taught sounds – read the sentence and spot the digraphs already taught.

 

English: To use exclamation marks

Add a full-stop or an exclamation mark to the following sentences:

I cannot wait

Go to sleep

The dog is sleeping

I eat meat

I am so happy

It is the morning

Can you write 2 exclamation sentences of your own?

 

Alternative (Optional) Writing Task:

I can describe Pirate treasure.

Use adjectives to describe how the treasure looks, feels, smells, and how it makes you feel too.

Thursday

 

Watch - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-begin-to-write-our-story-e60c4f/

 

Phonics:

Ow, ou

Spot the different sounds in the sentences. Read the sentences.

 

English: To begin to write our story

(have your story map to hand)

Write the title: The Very Noisy Night (neatly at the top)

Write sentences to match the story map boxes. Pause the video wherever needed.

Make corrections if needed by pausing the video.

Remember to sit on your chair properly, hold your pencil correctly and use correct punctuation. Good luck!

 

Alternative (Optional) Writing Task:

I can draw a picture of a Tropical Island and label it.

An island is a piece of land surrounded by the big, blue sea. Pirates often found treasure here. What will your island have? Palm trees? Sandy beaches? Waterfalls? Rocks? Swamps? Treasure!?

Friday

 

Watch – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-continue-to-write-our-story-f375f0/

 

Phonics:

Ow, ou

Spelling quiz

 

English: To continue to write our story

Continue writing your story from box 6 on your story map.

Edit your story by checking for Capital letters, Full stops, clever spelling and Exclamation Marks.

Share your story. We would love to see it or hear you reading it!!!

Remember to sit on your chair properly, hold your pencil correctly and use correct punctuation. Good luck!

 

Alternative (Optional) Writing Task:

I can write instructions on how to sail a Pirate Ship.

A new Pirate has climbed aboard your Pirate Ship. It is your job as Captain to teach them how to sail.

What will they need to learn to do?


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