Why not write a poem for the Gateshead SSP's #WRITEUNITE project? The theme for the poem is Sports Day and should be no longer than 20 lines. There is a great video by the author Liz Million to watch below and a summary sheet so that you can read all about how to enter and also find out details of the prizes you can win. Yes, PRIZES!! We have so many budding writers in our Federation that we are confident you will come up with some fantastic entries. The closing date is July 8th so why not give it a go as part of your writing sessions this week?
Watch the short video clip in the LEARN section of this lesson below. Then get ready to write your fabulous Sports Day poem!
Week 5 Writing Tasks
Our main work for the next two weeks, we will be based on the magical unit ‘The Impossibly Possible Bookshop.’ This is a Talk 4 Writing booklet in which you will meet Treerumple, a tree goblin, create a comic strip, invent your own team of goblins and prepare for writing your own story next week. There is an art-based shoebox activity as well as some lessons to complete on creating characters and prepositions. If you can reach page 18 this week, that would be fantastic but don’t worry if you can’t.
Grammar and Punctuation
The lessons below will help you understand some of the tasks in your Talk 4 Writing booklet in more depth. Take a look when you come across these terms in the unit. There are some practice activities to go with them.
Reading lessons and activities
Complete the reading lesson and activities based on ‘Charlie changes into a chicken’ by Sam Copeland. You will learn about summarising the key events and about how to create humour in writing.
There are lots of reading activities to complete in Around the World this week. Why not find out more about the Hainan Gibbon from a remote island of China? (Day 61)
or The Year of the Rat?(Day 62)
or learn a little bit about South Korea? (Day 63)