This is your work for Tuesday.
First Session - Spelling and Grammar
Carry on learning the spellings on the year 5/6 spelling list. Click below.
Return to the short , Piper, from yesterday and watch again to refresh your memory. Piper Pixar short film.
Imagin you have been asked to write a narrative story which could accompany the short Piper - suitable for a 9 - 10 year old.
Write a short story, either from the perspective of Piper or Piper's parent.
Before wriying your story , make sure you plan it out, using some of the ideas you gathered yesterday. You may wish to use this 'chunked plot'
planning format to help you.
Add words, phrases and notes to each of these areas.
Piper woke up - had to go out to the sea to get own food .
A wave came and hit Piper
Piper didn't want to try again but a crab guided Piper to the ocean.
Piper learned how to manage the waves
Piper enjoyed foraging for food and found enough for everyone.
Once you have planned your story , use your planning to help you write your narrative - taking a section at a time and thinking carefully about each sentence.
As you will be writing a lot about thoughts and feelings of your chosen character ( either Piper or Piper's Parent ), you may wish to include an 'ed opener' sentence or two in your story.
A list of ed words and some example sentences can be found here.
Fluency - Go on TTrockstars for 15 minutes
Then watch the video clip on Imperial units and complete the worksheet.
Piper: In this short, Piper demonstrates courage. Explore what the word courage means - using www.wordhippo.com to help you. Write a definition for courage in your own words. Now go back to the film and write down examples of how you think Piper shows courage.
Complete the Joe wicks workout below.
Well done for completing today.