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Begin by watching the following fantasy story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiVkDMLh81wBournebrook home-learning – English
Begin by watching the following about acrostic poems:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z4mmn39/articles/ztdvw6f
Today you are going to write your own acrostic poem.
In an acrostic poem, the first letter of each line spells out a word, name or phrase
when read vertically.
There are some examples on the following slides for you to look at.
Can you guess what the acrostics are about?
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Can you guess what the acrostics are about?
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Can you guess what the acrostic is about?
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What did you notice about the acrostics?
Using your name and the ideas on the following slides, write your own acrostic
poem about YOU! First, think of lots of words or phrases associated with you.
Next, write the letters of your name vertically down the page in CAPITAL LETTERS.
Finally, use your list of words and phrases to create each line. Don’t worry if you
can’t think of them in order – it’s fine to go back and add any missing lines
afterwards. Present it beautifully, illustrate it and add some colour.
Elm/Willow –
• Use your first name.
• If you prefer, choose adjectives from the following slide to describe yourself.
Beech/Ash –
• Include different lengths of lines.
• Include poetic devices such as alliteration and similes.
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Can you think of any adjectives of your own?
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Here are some examples of acrostic poems
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LO: To write a kenning poem
Today you are going to write your own kenning poem.
Kenning poems are like riddles. They describe something without ever saying what
it is.
There are some examples on the following slides for you to look at.
Can you guess what the kennings are about?
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Can you guess what the kennings are describing?
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What did you notice about the phrases in each kenning?
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Did you know? We even use them in everyday life
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How can we write a kenning?
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How can we write a kenning?
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How can we write a kenning?
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Present it beautifully, illustrate
Challenge – can you include some poetic devices
in your kenning, such as alliteration or metaphor?
Now it’s your turn!
Present it beautifully, illustrate it
and add some colour.
LO: To write a letter to your new teacher
Today should’ve been transition day – the day when you traditionally meet your new
teacher for the year ahead. To mark this day, you are going to write a letter to your
new teacher introducing yourself. By now, you should know whose class you’re in!
Miss Davies – Elm
Mrs Mann – Beech
Miss Connor – Ash
Year 6 – you are going to write a letter to your new headteacher, head of year or
form tutor. Perhaps you can find our their name on the school website.
Use the information on the following slides to help you write your letter.
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Perhaps you could
teacher in September!
It’s all about ME! Elm/Willow
It’s all about ME! Elm/Willow
Remember:
• Write in the first person – I, my, me, mine, myself.
• Use full stops and capital letters correctly.
• Form letters correctly and use finger spaces.
Many should – as above plus
• Use commas for lists correctly.
• Begin to join letters.
• Use question marks and exclamation marks correctly.
• Begin to use paragraphs to organise writing.
• Join letters correctly.
It’s all about ME! Beech/Ash Y5
It’s all about ME! Beech/Ash Y5
Remember:
• Write in the first person – I, my, me, mine, myself.
• Use a range of punctuation correctly.
• Use paragraphs to organise writing.
• Use neat, joined handwriting.
• Use brackets, dashes and commas correctly.
Some could – as above plus
• Use colons, hyphens and semi-colons correctly.
Present it beautifully, illustrate it and add some colour.
It’s all about ME! Ash Y6
It’s all about ME! Ash Y6
Present it beautifully, illustrate it and add some colour.
Remember:
• Write in the first person – I, my, me, mine, myself.
• Use a range of punctuation correctly.
• Use paragraphs to organise writing.
• Use neat, joined handwriting.
• Use brackets, dashes and commas correctly.
Some could – as above plus
• Use colons, hyphens and semi-colons correctly.
LO: To create your own all about me poster
Today you are going to create your own all about
me poster. You may wish to include photographs
or drawings of yourself and some fascinating facts
about:
• Yourself.
slides for you to look at.
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LO: To reflect on your own lockdown experience
Lockdown has been strange time for us all! Let’s imagine you’re being interviewed
about it in years to come. How would you answer the following 10 questions?
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Remember to
use punctuation
capsule for someone to discover your answers in years
to come!
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• Remember to talk to someone on your Network Hand if you are worried about something