To use the range of punctuation taught at key stage 2 mostly correctly (Direct speech)
Click on the link below and watch the video to find out how we use inverted commas correctly.
Now have a go at using direct speech by completing the tasks below.
To identify writers choice of vocabulary and grammatical features
Using the writing features and examples from your starter activity, can you now find examples in the WAGOLL?
To summarise key information from different parts of the text
Using the section of text below, draw a picture to show what comes before and what comes after.
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Using the WAGOLL, create your own story map to show what happens in the chapter that you will be re-writing.
Here's an example:
Thursday - Spellings
To select vocabulary and grammatical structures that reflect what the writing requires, doing this mostly appropriately (Oral rehearsal)
In the lesson today, you will be using your story map to act out the key events, thinking carefully about vocabulary and writing features we have been learning about.
Here's an example of another school acting out a story:
If the video doesn't load, click on the Sapphire Class re-telling link.