A new term. A new class story. A time to sit & relax as we share a chapter a day from 'The Boy At The Back Of The Class'.
Can I write an engaging introduction?
Can I use imperative (bossy) verbs to tell someone what to do?
Can I apply my skills to write an imaginary assassin bug poem?
Can I develop descriptive ideas to create imagery?
Can I investigate increasingly powerful language descriptions?
Can I identify adjectives?
Applying summarising, retrieval and inference skills
Decoding unfamiliar vocabulary
True or false.
Can I apply my skills to write an expressive and imaginative Kennings poem?
Can I stretch my vocabulary using figurative language?
Can I explore new rich vocabulary?
Can I apply my skills to write a superb setting description?
Can I generate ideas, using rich vocabulary to create imagery, for my setting description?
Can I use semi-colons to join two related clauses?
Can I apply my skills to write an amazing report on my chosen mini beast, including accurate illustrations?
Can I use ‘attention grabbing’ sentence starters to make my information more interesting?
Take a look at this inspiring experiment by a young scientist in Year 5. He rose to the challenge. What will happen when you try?