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Week Beginning 15/06/20

This week, we will finish Friend or Foe by Michael Murpurgo. 

You can click on the link below to take you to the audio recording on the book.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/english-ks2-friend-or-foe-michael-morpurgo-index/znb78xs 

Lesson 1

 

Listening comprehension.

 

Listen carefully to Chapter 6 of the story, "A narrow Escape". Answer the questions on the sheet or you can use a blank piece of paper to record your answers.

For a less challenging task, you can complete differentiated questions sheet.

Lesson 2

 

Listening comprehension.

 

Listen carefully to Chapter 7 of the story, "Local Heroes". Answer the questions on the sheet or you can use a blank piece of paper to record your answers.

For a less challenging task, you can complete the differentiated questions sheet.

Lesson 3 

 

Writing a prediction

 

After leaving his friend with Davey and Tucky at Mr Reynolds’ farm, the German pilot began to make his way across the moors to the sea. He had to cross 30 miles of bleak and barren landscape in order to reach the sea. He would then have to find a boat to carry him across the English Channel to France.

Task: write a prediction, telling what happened to the German after leaving the farm.

Things to consider -

The difficulties he’d have to face:

A strange and alien landscape (moors, rivers, hills and mountains, forests)

No food or water

The police and army training on the moor

Cold and wet weather

He’s wearing a German uniform

He could be easily spotted from the air

How to find a boat to help him escape

 

For a less challenging task, use the storyboard below to draw pictures of the German piot'ss escape. Write 1 sentence describing each picture.

Lesson 4

 

Newspaper report

 

Today’s task is writing a newspaper report about the two boys’ achievement in capturing the German airman. Make sure you include:

The 5 W’s and 1 H (What, where, who, when , why and how)

Top Tips:

Write in the past tense

Write in the 3rd person (He, she, they)

Use paragraphs

Use a headline

Captions for pictures

Chronological order

Formal language

Quotes (using rules of speech)

 

See the examples of newspaper reports to help you.

Lesson 5

 

New Book Cover

 

You can use canva.com to create a new book cover. You MUST ask an adult to help you get started with this. Make sure you include the title, name of the author and a picture on the front cover. You can send a photo or an email with your cover attached for us to include on the website.

Alternatively, you can use the template below or a blank piece of paper to create your own cover.

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