Good Morning Year 5,
Today is your fiction writing tasks.
PLEASE COMPLETE TASK 4 ON YOUR BLOG
Task 1: Answer the questions, use your imagination for the first 2 questions. Think about a boy approaching the door and what he will see.
The last 3 questions are philosophical and should get you thinking about the difference between stealing and borrowing.
Task 2: this is about using a relative clause, if you need to revise this look at the following website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zsrt4qt
Think about your answers to questions 1 & 2. I thought a boggart, which is a magical creature from Scottish folklore, would emerge from the door. (See what I did, I used a relative clause by adding ‘which’ and some extra information!) My sentence might be:
The boggart, who was very quiet and sensible, crept our of her tiny, stony house.
Task 3: There are 3 rubbish sentences here. Can you add some expanded noun phrases, a fronted adverbial, adverbs or even some figurative language?
Task 4: write the rest of the story
Write this on the blog please.
Below there is the start of a story. You don’t need to write all of this out, just write:
“The moment he has been waiting for had finally arrived…. The door began to slowly creak open….”
Bronze: use full stops and capital letters.
Silver: use adverbs, fronted adverbials and expanded noun phrases.
Gold: use figurative language and a relative clause
(IF YOU NEED HELP REMEMBERING THESE FEATURES, USE THE PDF AT THE BOTTOM OR THIS WEBSITE: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhrrd2p)
Task 5: Draw a picture of the creature you think will emerge