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St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

Week 1

Task 1

 

Watch the Stormbreaker trailer to refresh your memory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlQDhVdmFs8

 

If you could interview Alex Rider after he completed his Stormbreaker mission, what 5 questions would you ask?

 

Eg. Now that you know your uncle was a spy, how do you feel that he let you believe he was a bank clerk?

 

 

Task 2

 

Imagine you are Alex Rider. Respond to each of your questions using bullet points.

 

Eg. Now that you know your uncle was a spy, how do you feel that he let you believe he was a bank clerk?

 

  • I did not believe it.
  • He had a double life.
  • I felt cheated.
  • He was protecting me from MI5.
  • I feel indebted to him.
  • He taught me karate and survival skills.
  • Trained me from an early age.
  • Not many people my age can match my expertise.
  • I owe my life to my uncle.
  • He is my hero.

 

Task 3

 

Write up your bullet point responses adding as much detail as you can.

 Try to use a range of punctuation and a variety of sentence openers.

 

Eg. Now that you know your uncle was a spy, how do you feel that he let you believe he was a bank clerk?

 

                     At first, I could not accept that my uncle had led such a mind-blowing double life. I felt cheated that he never sought to tell me the truth of his real role. However, on reflection, I realised that he was protecting me from the sinister world of MI5. Furthermore, I feel indebted to my uncle: he had the foresight to send me to karate lessons and survival training camps. From a young age, I was equipped with the skills I needed to protect myself from the dangers that he knew I might one day face. How many fourteen-year-olds can match my expertise? I owe my life to my uncle; he is my hero.

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