Our Wonderful Writing Page!
What can we achieve this week?
Here are the definitions of some of the words that we look at this week in our writing and SPaG, E.G:
Click on the sheet below to help you. There are definitions of Fronted adverbials, adverbs and many, many more to help you with your learning.
This week we are looking at amazing
Conjunctions and prepositions!
Please use the activities below to help you understand and apply them to your writing!
Please click the link below to watch our fantastic cursive handwriting support video!
You can also view other handwriting videos on our Spelling, punctuation and grammar home learning page!
You will need a pencil and some lined paper. Or, you might like to use a laptop with and open microsoft word to type your work into.
This week, we are going to be focusing our learning on writing a poem based on the current season; Winter!
Please use the success criteria and WAGOLL to help you conjure up an awesome poem and be brave with your word choices and word types. Can you even use rhyming words?
WAGOLL and Success Criteria
Planning Grid and boxing up your ideas
Wednesday and Thursday (1.12.21 and 2.12.21)
Poem write up
In this session we will be using our prior learning, the WAGOLL text that we started with, and our ideas that we organised into our boxing up grids to create your own version of a winter themed poem. Don't forget to use your success criteria to check the features that you have used in your writing, and find out the ones that you still need to include.
Reading, reviewing and editing
Now that your writing is complete, you should check back on your writing. Read it to yourself and check that it makes sense. Also check for simple spelling and punctuation errors, and don't forget to keep track of the features you used from your success criteria. If you have forgotten to use something, this is the time to pop it into your work.