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English Year 5 task: Writing a persuasive letter

Monday: Reading comprehension (inference)

 

1. Use the teaching link for today’s lesson.

 

  1. Complete the inference questions worksheet (on the slide show on the web page).
  2.  Write 5 sentences using this week's spellings ( the suffix '-ably' ):

adorably   applicably    considerably   tolerably   probably   unsuitably   reliably miserably

Tuesday: Reading focus (word meaning)

1.Use the teaching link for today’s lesson.

2.Complete the comprehension activity worksheet slide show.

3. Practice this week’s spellings using look, cover, write, check.

CHALLENGE- create you own word search using this week’s spellings.

Wednesday-Reading/writing focus (identifying the features of a persuasive letter)

1.Use the teaching link for today’s lesson.

1.Complete the independent activity worksheet on the slide show.

2. Practise this week’s spellings using look, cover, write, check.

Challenge: 

  • Write 3 sentences using a modal verb.
  • Write 3 rhetorical questions.
  • Write an example of ‘list of three’.

Thursday: Writing a persuasive letter- SPAG focus (list of three)

 

  1. Use the teaching link for this lesson.
  1. Complete the SPAG activity worksheet (list of three).
  2. Complete the final quiz to test your SPAG knowledge.

Friday-Writing Focus (writing a persuasive letter)

 

1.Use the teaching link for today’s lesson.

2. Complete your spelling test as you are watching the clip.

3. Plan and write your persuasive letter on a topic of your choice and upload your work on epraise to show your teacher. Use the ‘worksheet’ slide show to help you.

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