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St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

Week 6

Week 6: Writing Tasks

 

Task 1: Using the block plan that we created last week, have a go at writing the build up! I hope that your introductions went well! Here is the success criteria that you need to use and I have written an example that you can refer to.

 

Success Criteria

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Ing openers

 

Ed openers

 

Simile openers

 

Relative clauses

 

Dashes to show parenthesis

 

Commas to show parenthesis

 

Brackets to show parenthesis.

 

Inverted Commas

 

 

Like a horrendous gloom entering the village, dim clouds – that were angry and raining – covered the sky. Affected by the sudden change in atmosphere, the village turned silent and still. Cowering from the imminent doom, all the Anglo Saxon villagers began to panic and take shelter in their huts. Alfred glanced up from the logs that he was carrying back to his hut, he felt scared and confused. However, he knew that he could not run and hide…

 

Task 2: Using the block plan that we created last week, have a go at writing the series of events! I hope that your build ups went well! The success criteria that you need to use is above and I have written an example that you can refer to.

 

All of a sudden, boats came gliding menacingly over the shore and soldiers (who had invaded from mainland France) began to raid East Thor. “Give us your land!” chanted the French invaders. Prepared for battle, the soldiers carried spears and shields much larger than the ones owned by villagers in East Thor. As Alfred began to wander closer to the shore, he could hear his friends from East Thor mumbling: “I have heard of these soldiers, they call themselves the French Saxons!” Glancing back at his beloved East Thor, Alfred knew he had to do something to save his village.

 

 

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