Wednesday 15th July 2020
LI: To investigate poetry
Read the Owl and the Pussycat again.
Find the meaning of the words listed below:
Read the first two verses of The Further Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat by Julia Donaldson.
What do you think will happen next? Use words and picture to complete the sheet below:
Read The Owl and the Astronaut. This is a new version of the poem.
Complete the planner below to plan your own version.
You can write it up as a story or a poem.
Tuesday 14th July 2020
LI: To plan and write a magical journey
Read The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear again.
Today, you will be writing about your own magical journey. You can write it as a story or you could try writing it as a poem.
Task 1 - PLAN
First, you need to plan your story. Use the plan below to help you:
Task 2 - WRITE
Now it is time to write. Remember, you can write a story or a poem.
Here are some word banks that might help you:
Monday 13th July 2020
LI: To retrieve and summarise
Read about a writer
Read Edward Lear – Biography and Edward Lear Facts.
Which of these pieces of writing do you think gives the best information?
I think … gives the best information because…
Which three facts about Edward Lear do you find most interesting?
The three facts about Edward Lear that I find most interesting are…
What other information would you like to research about Edward Lear?
I would like to research…
Read and listen to a poem
Read The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear. Read it twice – in your head and out loud.
Challenge: Can you learn some of the poem off by heart and perform it to someone?
Sort the events into the right order
Answer the questions below in full sentences.