Today for the main part of the lesson, I would like you to look at what is the same (similarities) and what is different (differences) between Adelita and Cinderella.
Please watch the video, pausing when asked, and then complete the task on the sheet (make sure you use the correct one). I have attached a version of Cinderella in case you have forgotten the story and there are examples and sentence stems on the worksheet to help you. There is no need to print, you can write on lined paper but remember at home and in school, myself and Miss Morecroft are presentation PESTS!
When you have finished you can complete your remember tos, ask any questions about the task and upload any work that you want to share using this google form:
I'm looking forward to seeing your work!
Tuesday 12th January 2021
LO: To be able to story map the introduction of Adelita
I can remember to:
Today we are going to create a talk story and a story map for the introduction of Adelita. This was much harder to do on my own and I definitely missed your wonderful ideas! Have a look at the videos that I have done but then please adapt and change it to use your own ideas (which I'm sure will be better than mine).
When you have finished, you can upload videos of your talk story or photos of your story map on the google form
Wednesday 13th January 2021
I have been so impressed with the start of this week! Well done everyone!
Today we are going to start thinking about writing our own 'Rags to Riches' story with some substituting plot lines. Watch the video and then find your worksheet underneath. As usual, share your learning on the google form
Thursday 14th January 2021
Good morning! Today it's time to link your substitution ideas together and brainstorm your alternative story!
Please watch the video and upload any work on the google form.
You will find the brainstorms that you need under the video. If you don't have a printer, just copy out the subheadings.
Friday 15th January 2021
For the end of the week I wanted to focus on some important SPAG work, using direct speech accurately.
To get your brains warmed up, have ago at finding all the alternative words for 'said' in this wordsearch:
Please watch the video and then complete the task. You can complete your remember tos and and send in pictures of your work using the google form. If you don't have a printer, just neatly draw the speech bubbles and then write the correctly punctuated direct speech next to or underneath the matching speech bubble. Your acitivity sheets and a reminder of the rules of direct speech, plus a wordbank of different words for 'said' are under the video.
I hope you enjoy the last literacy lesson of the week. I have been so impressed and proud of your efforts and it has been absolutely lovely putting this work together for you.