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Wednesday 24th June

                          Maths

Maths Training

Maths Training 1

Chilli Challenge 1,2,3 - How far can you get? Have a go at the additional challenge.

Chilli Challenge 1,2,3 - How far can you get?  Have a go at the additional challenge. 1

How did you get on?

How did you get on? 1
                       English

Grammar Training

Grammar Training 1
Grammar Training 2

Tomorrow you are going to start writing your wishing story. 

Start thinking of two characters who will be in your story.  You will create a character who was always wishing that he or she didn’t have to go to school and is now regretting their wish! The other character warns them against this.   

 

In stories, one character often speaks and another replies. This helps move the story along and should tell the reader something about the characters. 

Speech 

• what’s said • who said it • how they said it. 

There are some golden rules for writing speech: 

1) Put inverted commas (“ ”) around what is actually said. 

2) Begin a new line (paragraph) for every new speaker. 

3) Always begin a new piece of speech with a capital letter. 

4) Always put some punctuation at the end of the speech – . , ! or ? 

5) To make it interesting, tell us how the words were spoken.

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Now turn your cartoon into a short dialogue from a wishing story. Use the pattern and punctuation that I modelled above to help you. 

French

 

La maison – The house (4)

 

Revise the vocabulary and its meaning from this unit:

 

French

English

Il

Elle

mange

écoute

joue

lit

regarde

 

He

She

eats

listens to

plays

reads

watches / looks at

 

 

le salon

la salle à manger

la cuisine

la chambre

la salle de bains

les WC

le balcon

le jardin

le garage

 

 

the living room

the dining room

the kitchen

the bedroom

the bathroom

the toilet

the balcony

the garden

the garage

 

 

 

We can use this vocabulary to describe what people are doing and where they are doing it.

For example:

Elle regarde la télé dans la chambre.

She watches the TV in the bedroom.

 

  • Remember that dans means in.

 

  • Look at the pictures below.

 

  • Use the grid to write sentences about what the people are doing and where it is happening.

 

Il

Elle

mange

écoute

joue

lit

regarde

la télé

un DVD

un livre

un magazine

un sandwich

une pizza

avec l’ordinateur

de la musique

la radio

au football

au tennis

dans le salon.

dans la salle à manger.

dans la chambre.

dans la cuisine.

dans la salle de bains.

dans les WC.

dans le garage.

dans le jardin.

sur le balcon.

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