By Frances Stickley and Anuska Allepuz
As part of our heath and well-being week on hopes and dreams we would love you to read,
'What will you dream of tonight' by Frances Stickley and Anuska Allepuz.
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Objective-Can I use new vocabulary in context?
In this lesson you will explore words and phrases from our story on dreams. Some words and phrases will be more familiar than others.
Remember when you were unsure about new vocabulary, such as elusive, torrent and ominous? I know from your wonderful writing that you can now use these ambitious words in your own work.
Adding pictures and actions really helped us in class.
OPEN THE WORD DOC ABOVE TO DISCOVER NEW WORDS AND PHRASES
What might you draw for the word ‘lair’?
E.g. Dazzling shooting stars soar through the blanket of midnight sky.
Objective-Can I use new phrases in context?
In this lesson you will explore phrases from our story on dreams. Some phrases will be more familiar than others.
OPEN THE WORD DOC ABOVE TO DISCOVER NEW PHRASES
E.g. Whispering trees makes the reader think the character may be somewhere magical or enchanted.
E.g. Soft lullaby reminds me of a mother and baby. The word lullaby makes me think of something soothing and gentle.
Can you use each phrase in a new sentence?
E.g. The elusive whale ventured on, as the waves crash and curl.
Objective-Can I write a poem linked to dreams using an ABCB rhyme scheme?
In this lesson you will recap and explore poetry features.
Did you notice the many poetic features in our story?
OPEN THE WORD DOC ABOVE