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Thank you to all those who baked or brought in donations. Our focus started with WW1 poetry and looking at the messages these poems have for us today. Y6 then wrote their own poems using the originals as inspiration.
All these activities have developed a greater understanding and respect of the sacrifice of those who fight in the name of their country or personal commitment, but also respect for those who are affected by war or who choose not to fight.
Here's 6T 6MS to follow. Please see the video resource centre below for 6MS's video recorded on History day it was too large to place direct on this page Pictures from our History Day to commemorate the th anniversary of the end of WW1 'The Poppy Fields' at the front of school Morning assembly - well done to our Y6 poets Front entrance display Y6 preparing scones for our visitors The community tea with scones, jam and cream.
Combined choirs singing for the community event Ideas for Books for Christmas! With the bright lights, loud noises and adrenaline-boosting excitement of some games, it can certainly be hard for the printed word to compete.
So, if your young gamer has lost touch with books and reading, here are a few ideas that might just spark their imaginations.
Obviously shop around for the best price if looking to buy - great stocking fillers for Christmas! Harvest festival Thank you to all those who helped to walk to church for the Harvest festival on Thursday and for all the harvest gifts.
We are very proud of Y6 who read in church for the reading and their own poems.You will need: A copy of the list of key features of persuasive writing (adverts and leaflets) for each learner; A print-out of the set of persuasive writing (adverts and leaflets) key terms with definitions and examples for each group of learners, and for any learner needing additional support.
Persuasion may simply use an argument to persuade the readers, or sometimes may persuade readers to perform a certain action. Simply, it is an art of effective speaking and writing in which writers make their opinions believable to the audience through logic, by invoking emotions, and by proving their own credibility.
Key Features of Adverts (Hazel James) Persuasive Writing: Advertisements (Matthew Sephton) Advertisements Persuasive Advertising Examples (Justin Stretch) Facts or Opinions (in Advertising) Persuasive Writing: Persuasive Writing (Peter Meakin) Anti-Smoking Campaign.
A whole set of non-fiction writing lessons with a space theme, complete with presentations, plans, checklists, sample texts and planning sheets for the children. These cover a series of different non-fiction genres and cover the new curriculum learning o.
Assonance builds rhythm in any piece of writing and can be used to set the type of persuasive tone of the writer. Onomatopoeia A word whose sound mimics the sound it describes Examples The bucket made loud clank as is landed on the newly paved ground.
Year 5 Spring Term w/c 27/01/ Fiction: Persuasion (Holiday Brochure) Teacher: Mrs Robertson.