English Year 5 tasks: Writing a non-chronological report
Monday: Reading comprehension (word meaning)
1. Use the teaching link for today’s lesson:
2.Complete the word meaning questions worksheet (on the slide show on the web page)
3. Practice this week’s spellings (using the letter string ‘ei’ or the rule ‘I before E except after C) using look, cover, write, check.
deceive conceive receive perceive ceiling receipt conceit deceipt
Extension: Write the meanings of each of your spellings.
Tuesday: Reading focus (fact retrieval)
1.Use the teaching link for today’s lesson
2. Complete the comprehension activity worksheet slide show.
3. Write 5 sentences using this week's spellings ( the suffix -ible)
forcible legible possible horrible terrible visible incredible sensible
CHALLENGE- create you own word search using this week’s spellings.
Wednesday-Reading/writing focus (identifying the features of a non- chronological report)
1.Use the teaching link for today’s lesson.
2.Complete the independent activity worksheet on the slide show.
3. Practise this week’s spellings using look, cover, write, check.
Extension: Write your own sentences using the features discussed today (modal verbs, relative clauses, expanded noun phrases and facts and figures).
Thursday: Writing a non- chronological report- SPAG focus (modal verbs)
1.Use the teaching link for this lesson (do not be put off that it is entitled ‘instructions- SPAG focus- modal verbs as this is a mistake on the website).
2. Complete the SPAG activity worksheet ( 5 questions about modal verbs)
3. Practice your spellings ready for your test tomorrow.
Friday-Writing Focus (writing a non- chronological report)
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 non-chronological report about a mythical creature and upload your work on E-praise to show your teacher. The worksheet slides on the webpage will help you to remind you how to organise your paragraphs, what SPAG to include and the success criteria.