Composition: Rewrite a poem based on original version
The Pobble Who Has No Toes
This is a beautifully illustrated version of the famous poem by Edward Lear. The way that the text is broken up into sub-verses enables children to read it with little difficulty and there is a matching sound file to support them.
You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.
Understand syllabic poems: Haiku, tanka, cinquain, and write own poem
Grammar Revision PowerPoint
Revise noun phrases, adverbials, including fronted adverbials, and consider similes and metaphors.
SPAG: Identifying and using adverbials in Haiku
Children learn how adverbials modify verbs and then decide where to place adverbials, punctuating correctly.
SPAG: Revise adjectives, prepositions and use expanded noun phrases
Noun phrases PowerPoint
Children are reminded of terminology: nouns, adjectives, prepositions and phrases. They then construct expanded noun phrases and understand how these are formed.
SPAG: Expanded noun phrases
Noun Phrases PowerPoint
Children learn how to use adjectives and also phrases starting with a preposition to add description to nouns.
SPAG: Pronouns, relative pronouns and relative clauses
Pronouns, Relative Pronouns and Relative Clauses PowerPoint
This presentation revises personal and possessive pronouns, teaches relative pronouns and relative clauses, including relevant punctuation