Welcome to the Week!
Watch the taught videos below and complete the tasks underneath.
Monday - Features of a Non chronological report
Can you find the features in this non chronological report? What is missing?
Tuesday- Introductory Paragragh
Is this a good introductory paragraph? Can you use your red pen to make it better? Remember to look for missing punctuation! Can you write your own introductory paragraph about the Queen?
In 1937, the 11 year old Princess Elizabeth had watched her father, King George VI, crowned in the elaborate ceremony and 16 years later on 2 June 1953, her own official coronation was to take place.
Coronations have been held at Westminster Abbey for 900 years and The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was to follow suit. But the Coronation of 1953 was ground-breaking in it's own right - the first ever to be televised, it was watched by 27 million people in the UK alone and millions more audiences around the world
Wednesday - The Imperial Crown paragraph.
What do you think of this paragraph? Can you use it to answer questions?
The Imperial State Crown is the crown that the monarch wears as they leave Westminster Abbey after the coronation. It is also used on formal occasions, most notably the State Opening of Parliament. The Imperial State Crown contains 2,868 diamonds, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, 269 pearls and 4 rubies!
Is this a good section in a non chronological report?
I liked the coronation. the queen looked beautiful. she woz wearin a crown that sparkled like fireworks. Wearing a golden dress, she floated down the aisle like a swan. As she bowed befor the archbishop she looked like an angel.
No! We don't use 'I' in a non chronological report. How could you report on the Queen's Coronation. Watch the video below to collect facts about what happened on that day. Remember to add dates and times and to use FACTS not OPINIONS.
Thursday - Editing Day
Please use the checklist that you used on Monday to self assess your writing. Have you included all of the features?
Can you sort the information under the correct subheading?
Can you add your own knowledge?
How had history been represented?
R.E. Lesson 1
Please watch the video below about forgiveness. How would you feel if you had to forgive someone? Why is forgiveness important? Think about how Jesus forgives people. What did Jesus teach Peter in the bible story? Why do you think Jesus forgave Peter? What does this teach Christians about forgiveness? Who can you forgive? Write a letter to someone to show your forgiveness.
R.E. Lesson 2
We have been learning about the Christian celebration of Easter. Can you make an Easter card? Watch the video below.