English: We are starting a new fiction unit today and will start reading the e book called 'The Eye of the Wolf'. You have been allocated this on Active Learn. In our online lesson today, we will have read up to page 17 so make sure you are up to this place before you complete the independent work below:
1.This story is a 'flashback' story where it begins in the present and flashes back into past events. Do you know any other stories that are flashback stories? Have you seen any films that have flashback storylines?
2. Read pages 17-23 independently or to an adult from the e book on Active Learn.
3. Complete the story board (see below or it is allocated to you on Active Learn) to show how the key events of pages 17-23 might look as a scene from a film. Use the language in the story to imagine what the characters and setting might look like and draw images to represent your thinking. You could add text too to support your ideas. Try to focus on the idea of making the flashback clear to the audience.
4. Upload your work to Purple Mash.
Maths: After your lesson input, complete the next lesson from your Power Maths practice book. You can find the pages by clicking here. Mark your work with the answer sheet provided and upload your work to your folder on Purple Mash.
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