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04.01.21 - Persuasive Letters (Oak National Academy)

This week, to follow along with the English curriculum that was planned to start this term, we would like you to access the lessons on The National Oak Academy website for 'Persuasive Writing'. You can access these lessons by clicking the links below. More information about The National Oak Academy can be read about here.

 

Wednesday 6th January:

 Reading Response: Complete 10 minutes (minimum) of independent or shared reading. Set a timer for two minutes and see how many verbs you can list from the chapter or pages you have read. Challenge: find the most interesting verb and look its meaning up in a dictionary (or online).

 Task 2: To understand the features of a persuasive letter.

✎ Access the lesson by clicking here.

✎ You will only need a pencil, some paper and your brain! 

 

Thursday 7th January:

 Reading Response: Complete 10 minutes (minimum) of independent or shared reading. Choose a page (or for a challenge, double page) and set a timer for two minutes. List as many nouns as you can find on the page(s) in the two minutes. Challenge: categorise the nouns into groups (for example: concrete and abstract, pronouns, proper nouns, collective nouns; singular and plural, etc.).

 Task 2: To further explore the suffixes -ant and -ent.

✎ Access the lesson by clicking here.

✎ You will only need a pencil, some paper and your brain! 

 

Friday 8th January:

Reading Response: Complete 10 minutes (minimum) of independent or shared reading. As you read today, make a list of questions that you could ask about what you have read as you go. Keep these questions tucked into your book as you continue to read it (you could use them as a bookmark), and see if when you have finished your book (or sooner), any of your questions were answered.

 Task 2: To explore pronouns.

✎ Access the lesson by clicking here.

✎ You will only need a pencil, some paper and your brain!

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