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Write your own story

This week we will be writing our pirate story. Before you start, watch the story of the pirate cruncher again to remember what makes a pirate story interesting. 

The Pirate-Cruncher by Jonny Duddle - Children's Stories

You will be writing the story as the pirate which means you will be writing in the first person (I/Me/My).

For example: 'i boarded my ship in the morning.'

Don't forget to use your storyboard from last week to help you. 

Monday 11.5.20

Lesson 1: Who?

First, read the WAGOLL to see what good looks like and then start writing your own 'who' paragraph. Use the word bank to help you. 

 

 

Tuesday 12.5.20

Lesson 2: Where?

First, read the WAGOLL to see what good looks like and then start writing your own 'where' paragraph. Use the word bank to help you. 

Wednesday 13.5.20

Lesson 3: Where next?

First, read the WAGOLL to see what good looks like and then start writing your own 'where next?' paragraph. Use the word bank to help you. 

Thursday 14.5.20

Lesson 4: Why?

First, read the WAGOLL to see what good looks like and then start writing your own 'where next?' paragraph. Use the word bank to help you. 

Friday 15.5.20 (SPAG FRIDAYS)

Lesson 5: Prefixes

 

Last week, we learned about suffixes. Can you remember what they are? A few letters added to the end of a word to change the meaning.

 

This week, we will be learning about prefixes. They are also a few letters added to the beginning of a word to change the meaning, making it negative. 

 

For example: happy smiley -> unhappy sad

'un' is the prefix.

 

We will be learning the prefixes 'un', 'mis', 'dis' and 'in' 

 

Watch the video to learn more. 

Prefixes | Primary English - Wonderful Words

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. A fun, animated guide explaining how prefixes can often be added to the beginning of words. Subscribe for more English clips fro...

Move on...

 

Test your knowledge and give the worksheet a go.

Challenge yourself...

 

Edit and purple pen your four paragraphs ready to move on next week. Challenge yourself and see if you can add a prefix in your work. 

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