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Term 3 Work

Fairy Tales- Descriptive Writing

 

 

For the first part of this term we will be investigating fairy tales and eventually writing our own.

Please find below the English remote learning lessons for the week commencing on the 11/01/2021.

 

Monday 11th January- English Lesson

LI: To identify the features of a fairy tale.

Tuesday 12th January: English Lesson.

LI: To create an opening

Wednesday 13th January: English Lesson.

LI: To correctly identify questions and question marks.

Catch the queen answering your questions during story time on Thursday.

Thursday 14th January: English Lesson.

LI: To create a build up.

Friday 15th January: English Lesson

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LI: To write the problem part of a story

Please watch the English video above and then use the class story to write sentences about the problem in the story. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil. Remember to email your work in and think of some ideas about your own problem. I can't wait to see them!

Please find below the remote learning English lessons for the week commencing on the 04/01/2021. 

 

Monday 4th January 2021
LI: To describe a setting.

Monday 4th January: English Lesson 1

Monday 4th JanuaryLearning Intention: To describe a setting.

Tuesday 5th January: English Lesson 2

Tuesday 5th January, LI: To create a descriptive setting sentence.

Goldwing's Mistake.

Term 3 Model Text Reading

Wednesday 6th January- English Lesson 3.
LI: To discuss the tricky vocabulary in our model text. 

 

Aim: To create class actions for our model text. 

 

Wednesday 6th January: English Lesson 3.

LI: To discuss the tricky vocabulary in our model text.

Thursday 6th January: English Lesson 4

LI: To create a story map for Goldwing's Accident.

Goldwing's Accident Story Map

English

Year 1 English Friday

Tips to support your child writing sentences

  • Encourage your child to say the sentence they wish to write out loud. If you have a way to record this sentence, then do, it will really help!
  • Together count how many words are in the sentence. Use fingers to count. 
  • Draw lines for where the words will sit - check there are the same amount of lines for the words your child counted in their sentence.
  • Encourage your child to hear the first the sound of each of their words in their sentence. You can download the sound mats for support. 
  • Get the child to write the first letter of each word down on the lines. 
  • Then either get your child to retell the sentence again or press play on the recording. Listen to each word at a time and focus on sounding each word out. (It's okay if they don't know all the sounds! They may know the first and end sound and that's still amazing and they need to be praised for how well they are doing)
  • Once they have sounded each word out. Ask your child what does the sentence need at the beginning and what does it need at the end. Capital letter and a full stop. 
  • Some children may only need to write one sentence per lesson and that's absolutely fine especially when they have worked so hard!

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