Lesson 4 – Translation
Today, as you have been used to doing, you will first need to visit the White Rose website for the video slides, and worksheets. (I’ve also put the question sheet and answer sheet below.)
You can also visit the BBC Bitesize website for an extra video on today’s maths lesson.
The links are below:
Just a reminder – the idea is that the BBC provides further support to help you learn, you will still need to complete the White Rose question sheet, and as always, you can check your answers.
Friday 10th July
We have explored several story settings and created our own setting, too.
Today and Monday, you will write your own story based in your own setting.
Story worlds are full of exciting places to go, things to do and people (or maybe magical creatures!) to see.
What are the things that will make the setting exciting to explore?
You could think about:
• Location What kind of atmosphere does the place have? Scary, funny, exciting? Is the setting a ‘real’ place or fantasy, or a combination of both? Or is the setting historical?
• Climate Is it a hot or cold place? Will they need to wear special clothes? They might need a costume! What will the weather be like? Maybe the story is set in space!
• Transport - How will visitors get there? If it’s a different place in time, they might need a time machine. If the story is set in space, they might need a rocket. Or maybe they’ll travel by horse and cart! Is there a special way to explore the world they’re visiting? Maybe they’ll have to travel by umbrella!
• Attractions - Are there different attractions that could be visited? For example, if you went to Hogwarts you might like to visit Hogsmeade and the Shrieking Shack. Or if you went to Dream Country you might want to see the dream jars. Is there anywhere that should be avoided if it’s dangerous?
• Things to do - What can they do while they’re there? Ride a dragon with Horrendous Hiccup or go on a motorbike with Gangsta Granny? Or maybe race through the jungle with Mowgli and Baloo the Bear?
• Food - What food can they expect to eat when they get there? Are there places to eat? Will they be able to eat the food or is it dangerous? Maybe they could try Willy Wonka’s everlasting gobstoppers or have a picnic with The Famous Five?
• People Who might they see when they are there? Maybe they’ll meet some hobbits, or Tom Gates or Mabel Jones!
You can either type or write your story – it's your choice.
I’ve attached various sheets which you might find useful to help.
Friday 10th July