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Friday 3rd July 2020

LO: To write a story based on a story from another culture.

 

Using the Story Planner from yesterday, you can now choose how you are going to tell me your story…

 

Either…

 

 - A comic strip

 - A playscript

 - Verbal Storyteller

 

Whichever you choose to do is up to you but make sure you think about the information provided for each one.

 

Comic Strip

- Templates are provided below (or you can make your own)

- Use pictures to show the story

- Use speech bubbles when the characters are talking

- Colour it in – make it look exciting!

Playscript

- Think about where the play is set, what the characters say and do

- Use the ‘playscript features’ to help with the layout.

Verbal Storyteller

- Like last week, use your story planner to tell your story to someone.

- Use movement and expression to help you tell your story.

- Ask someone to take photos or a video of you performing your story!

 

 

As usual, email h.jennings@stmichaels-pelsall.co.uk with any fabulous work or queries. J

 

Spelling

Dahl, Rosen and Rowling (Revision of Y3/4 Common Exception Words)

address, busy, decide, difficult, favourite, interest, mention, naughty, ordinary, strength

Walliams Group:

cold, park, birds, duck, horse, rabbit

Bonus Words: busy, decide, mention

Reading

Try to read for 15 minutes every day and aloud to an adult at least 3 times a week.

There are lots of e-books available to read on “Oxford Owl”. Our Year Group username is y42019 and the password is Y4stars

 

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JUST A QUICK REMINDER...

 

Creation Station Art Competition

Information on 'Whole School' section of 'Home Learning'

Competition closes TODAY (3.6.20) at 5pm

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