Friday 19th June 2020
LI: To write a non-chronological report
Use your plan from yesterday to write your non-chronological report. Remind yourself about what you should include. You can look at the example on Monday if you want to read a non-chronological report again.
Below is a checklist to help you remember the key features you should include:
Here are some sentence openers that you could also include:
Thursday 18th June 2020
LI: To plan a non-chronological report
Today, you will need to organise your information from the previous lesson into the plan below. You can write in bullet points or full sentences, choose the one that is easiest for you.
Use the word mat below to help you with any key words:
Wednesday 17th June 2020
LI: To research a topic for a non-chronological report
Today is your chance to research an area of Ancient Egyptian life that really interests you. You could research Ancient Egyptian gods, Ancient Egyptian food or Ancient Egyptian life in general – it’s completely up to you!
You should make sure that you have plenty of facts so that you are ready to plan your own non-chronological report tomorrow.
Here are some information sheets to help you get started:
Some other websites you could use are:
Tuesday 16th June 2020
LI: To identify features of a non-chronological report
Read the document below carefully. It explains how to write a non-chronological report and what you would find in it.
Look at the text from yesterday called Tutankhamun’s Tomb. Read it again carefully.
Use the checklist carefully to identify the different features of the text. If you can print the text and checklist out, you can highlight the text using different coloured pencils. If you can’t print it out, write one or two examples underneath each feature.
Topic title covers the whole subject
Monday 15th June 2020
LI: To answer questions about a non-chronological report
This week, we will be looking at and writing our own non-chronological reports. For today’s task you will read and answer questions about a non-chronological report. While you are reading it, think carefully about what features are found in a non-chronological report.