Watch the White Rose video for today's lesson then complete the WR activities, either on the sheet, if you are able to print, or record your answers in your workbook.
As before, for an extra challenge you can also complete the GDS challenges too.
Use your plan to draft the opening of your version of a wishing tale.
Aim to complete the first two boxes of your plan. When writing, choose your words carefully to build up the picture you want to create of how the characters feel, what they do and what happens.
Try to include the outside/inside opening to create an atmosphere or mood and have the weather hint at the terrible events that are coming.
“Outside, the evening was cold and wet. A squally wind howled, rattling the roof tiles and shaking the window frames of 13 Wager Road. Inside, shabby curtains were drawn, a humble fire crackled and a couple sat in silence”
Use dialogue to show how the characters are the opposite to how they appear through what they say and what they do and feel as they speak.
Good News of the Day!
Our good news story for this week is below. Happy reading everyone!