LO: To write a story based on a narrative poem that includes conjunctions (W13 and W22).
WISH 1: I can write a story with a clear beginning, middle and end.
WISH 2: I can add details to make my story interesting.
WISH 3: I can include a range of conjunctions.
English 1 CLASS 1 ONLY
We finished our poems in class on Friday and you will see I have given you some feedback along with a task to complete. If you do not have a green pen or do not understand what I am asking you to do, then please do not worry and do not complete it. We will have a look at it when we are back together in school.
Today's first English lesson.
As mentioned above, we have already completed this lesson therefore I would like you to use this time to have a look at more Michael Rosen poems. It will be a nice opportunity for you to listen, read and enjoy exploring his poems. You do not need to do anything in books.
You can read some of his poems by clicking on the pdf. titled Michael Rosen poem book. Have a read of these and discuss with someone at home (if you can):
- Which one is your favourite and why?
- What did you like most about the poem you have chosen as your favourite?
- What were some of the features of the poem? Did it rhyme? Was it a narrative?
Once you have read the poems and discussed your favourite one, you can then have a listen to some of his poems by clicking on the link below:
Some of his videos are not him performing his poetry therefore read the title of the video carefully. You will see some we have already listened to in class - you might want to watch these again.
L.O: To recognise, name and write fractions (Y2)
Wish 1: I can understand the term fraction.
Wish 2: I can identify a half.
Wish 3: I can identify a quarter.
Go through the Power Point on the website linked below or on Google Classrooms.
Work through each slide, completing any tasks in your books.
If there is a question, you may want to answer it in your head, answer it aloud or tell an adult who may be working with you. The answer(s) will then always be on the next slide.
Draw or stick the pictures into your book.
Next to each picture write the following sentences, filling in the blank spaces.
The whole is split into _____ equal parts.
Each part is worth a _________ .
This can be written as:
LO: To learn spelling rules weekly spellings (W1).
WISH 1: I know that ‘y’ and make an ‘i’ sound.
WISH 2: I can use ‘ou’ to make a ‘u’ sound.
WISH 3: I can explain how adding ‘un’ changes the meaning of the word.
Recap on the prefix ‘un’ from last week – that it changes the meaning of the root word to a negative/opposite version, e.g. fair – unfair or cover – uncover.
Introduce the 3 new prefixes – ‘dis’, ‘mis’ and ‘in’. Can they think of any words that use these prefixes, eg. misspelt, disappoint, incorrect, misbehave, misunderstood, disagree, invisible. How does it change the meanings of the word?
Agree that it does a similar thing to the ‘un’ prefix in that it gives the opposite or negative version of the word.
Headstart Activity Sheet Term 1 Set 3 Week 1 x2