Literacy Year 6 - Lesson 4In this lesson, we will analyse a character through inference and retrieval-based questions. In this text, the main character is sent to a juvenile correction centre.
Literacy Year 3 - Lesson 4 part oneIn this lesson, children will think about the way the crayons felt in the book and why. They will write the feelings and opinions of the crayons, explaining these using the joining conjunctions 'because' and 'so'. Children will then answer some questions about the character they devised in lesson 6 and think about some opinions their characters might have. For their task, children will write sentences expressing their characters' opinions and feelings and giving reasons for them.
Literacy Year 3 - Lesson 4 part twoIn this lesson, children will explore commands and then rhetorical questions. They will look at some examples of commands and rhetorical questions from 'The Day the Crayons Quit' and see a modelled write. They will practise writing commands and rhetorical questions from the perspective of one of the crayons. For their task, children will write one command and one rhetorical question from the perspective of their devised character.
PSHE - Community careIn today’s lesson, you will understand what a community is, explore the different types of communities (place, interest, action and practice) and consider the benefits of being a part of one.
My Heart | A story about understanding what makes us special
A heart is many things. Some days it is open, some days it is broken, some days it is a window, some days it is lonely or a whisper, on most days it is big, ...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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