Monday 11th January
Lesson 4: To identify the C and S features of an opening scene
In this lesson, we will explore the opening scene, generating vocabulary to describe the sounds and the setting. We will also use our new vocabulary to begin to write descriptive sentences about the setting.
Tuesday 12th January
Lesson 5: To develop a rich understanding of words associated with water
In this lesson, we will introduce new vocabulary, identify word pairs and synonyms and apply the vocabulary in sentences.
Wednesday 13th January
Lesson 6: To generate precise adverbs and verbs to describe the opening scene
In this lesson, we will revise the role of adverbs and focus on the importance of choosing precise adverbs. We will practise this skill and then move on to identify precise verbs and adverbs to describe the action in the opening scene. we will use these verbs and adverbs to write ambitious sentences.
Thursday 13th January
Lesson 7: Inference and deduction using an excerpt from How to Train Your Dragon
In this lesson you will read the excerpt from How to Train your Dragon (attached) and answer questions about the characters based on the information you have gathered from the text. What does your character look like? How do they act? Where can you find evidence of this in the text?
Friday 15th January
Lesson 8: To plan and write the first part of an opening scene
In this lesson, we will plan and write the first part of our opening scene. We will review any vocabulary generated in previous lessons and apply this in our writing today.