Another week has passed, can you believe it!
We hope you are all keeping well, the weather looks like it is getting better so get outside for your daily exercise if you can. Remember do what you can of the home learning, if you have a different plan of learning do not worry, do what works for you and your family.
We have seen some more of the great staff pictures you have been drawing for Mrs Huotari's challenge. I am sure she will be setting another one today so keep a look out.
Mr L will also be uploading any learning and pictures you have emailed in this week, check out the page this afternoon.
Take care of yourselves, virtual hugs to you all.
Mr and Mrs L x
It is important to recognise all the positives that we have in our lives, even in this very odd time. As you are listening to the song today give thanks to God for all the good things.
At the moment I’m thankful for family, friends and nature. What are you thankful for?
Catch up on Reach-Out reporter news and videos.
Remember you do not have to copy out all of the questions, especially if they use complicated diagrams. Your answers and any workings out are enough.
Complete Week 2, Lesson 5 Equivalent FDP. REMEMBER, DO NOT DO SUMMER TERM WEEK 2
It has a video, worksheet and then a sheet with the answers on.
The sheet can also be found in the resources at the bottom of this page.
Remember to read for 20-30 mins a day. Write down any words you can not read or any that you do not understand from your book.
Session 10: Story Mapping
Storyboards - A storyboard is another way of helping to map out key scenes in the story through drawing and annotation. Originally used to plot scenes in film or moving picture work, it is particularly useful for marking out the key scenes in a story within a given number of frames (usually six or eight), or for focussing in on the next few moments in a sequence.
- Listen to or read the chapter Physalia Physalis aloud (audio below or pg 43 to the top of pg 50 of PDF).
- You are going to be storyboarding this section of the story for a film, splitting the action in this chapter into a maximum of eight key scenes.
- Reread the chapter and note down what you consider to be the key scenes in the chapter.
- Create your own storyboard (a simple 4x2 grid).
Audio book links for Chapter 7, 'Physalia Physalis' here:
The lesson can be found in the word/pdf document below.
There is also an additional pdf with food images that you will need.