Homework set 22nd November, learn Poetry Jump-Up by heart - as previously mentioned you cannot truly start performing a poem until you know the words so well you don't have to think about them - you need to know the poem by the 29th November so we can start working as a year group to perfect our performance. A link to John Agard performing it and a copy of the words are below.
SPaG book - please complete page 7 (present perfect and past perfect) and have your book in school on FRIDAY 29th November.
Homework set 15th November, learn your poem off by heart - you cannot truly start performing a poem until you know the words so well you don't have to think about them - you need to know your poem by the 29th November at the latest. If you are working in a group, try to learn the whole poem in case someone is away or needs a little prompt to help them.
SPaG book - please complete page 25 (active and passive voice) and have your book in school on FRIDAY 22nd November.
From this week (w/e 8th November), Year 6 will also be set Vocabulary and Grammar homework. Each child has received a work book, these must be in school on Fridays. The pages to be completed are marked with Due by then date e.g. Due by Friday 15th November. They will continue to receive separate spelling lists.
The children have been told that if they do not know what a grammar term means they should find out, either by using google or the support available in school or on the website (they have been shown where this is).
Homework set 8th November, find and bring in a copy of a poem you would like to perform at end the of term assembly (you can work in a pair, in a group of up to 4 people). This needs to be in school on 13th November. You can start to learn the poem as you will need to know it by heart to be able to perform it, you should also be able to explain what the poem is about/means.
Also by Friday 15th November you should have copied (or you can type up) for display - so decorated (including possibly for website) your writing inspired by our Outdoor Classroom Day.
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