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Friday 22nd January

Literacy Focus: Try writing a newspaper.

Today we want you to have a go at creating your own newspaper article. You can choose whatever story you like - but I've included some mystery images that you could make up a story about. Visit Wednesday's lesson to remember what features you need. 

When you are writing your own newspaper article:

  • Make your headline short and snappy.
  • In the first sentence sum up what the story is about.
  • Write your report in the third person and the past tense.
  • Split your newspaper report up into paragraphs to help the reader clearly understand the information.
  • If you use quotes to make your report more interesting, don't forget to use speech marks!
  • Use a photo with a caption to give the reader more information.
  • Fill your newspaper report with both facts and opinions. Facts give the reader all of the information they need by using the 5 Ws.

Mystery News Stories (from FirstNews.co.uk)

Maths

Today is CLIC and SAFE day! 

 

Please email your class teacher if you do not know your login information :)

Topic-DT (Baking cookies)

In today's lesson you will adapt the original cookie recipe to create your own ultimate cookie!

Your cookie should have a cool name and later you will create packaging for it. 

Once created, you should write down the recipe to share with your classmates. 

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