Weronika' Story- The Clever Mice
Read Weronika's story below. Notice how she has attempted to use some ambitious vocabulary, as well as starting her sentences off in a variety of ways. Could you critique hers like we would in class? What do you really like about Weronika's story and what could be her 'point for improvement'? Well done Weronika- a great attempt!
Sophie's Learning- 22.04.2020
Do you remember our 'Watery World' picture? I was reading through Sophie's short story yesterday and was so impressed by the effort she had put into this. She used some of the resources provided but created a short piece of real quality, using a wide range of additional resources as well. It seemed like her Mum just guided her and helped her with the ideas! Fantastic work Sophie- I particularly like your use of brackets and direct speech, using an increasingly wide range of punctuation. Keep it up! Also attached is her rainbow of support for the NHS- an activity even my son in Year 7 was keen to have a go at...
'Max and the Battle of the Seas' by Zach
Below is Zach's myth- a very interesting read in which he has included many elements of what a typical myth should look like. When reading it, I particularly liked Zach's use of onomatopoeia and how he tried to use a simile. Remember, this is not just for use in poetry, as Zach has demonstrated. Great job Zach!
'Ruby and the Beastly Creature' by Abbie
Look at Abbie's myth! I am really impressed at the range of mythical features she has included and how she has tried to link her sentences. She has used conjunctions well to link clauses but has also tried to link her sentences at the start using fronted adverbials. Read on and enjoy...
'Maximas the Great' by Weronika
Here is Weronika's myth. It is about our brave hero 'Maximas' who tries to help the people after Jupiter curses them. Can you see all of the features she has tried to include to make this more 'mythical'? Read on to find out more...