Y3 Remote Education English 07.06.21
Date: 4th Jun 2021 @ 9:34am
LO: To recap present perfect tense
Warm up – can you remember how to spell these verbs in the past tense? Ask your adult to help you!
We have looked at present perfect tense before (get it?!)
1) I have been to the cinema
2) We have eaten the cake
3) She has won the race
How would you answer the questions on the flipchart? They have been asked in Present Perfect tense. Can you answer them in present perfect?
Look at picture of the lady. What can you infer about her? *use the picture clues
Read the recount to find out about her. This video clip is cool too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEopPs2eY-Q
Write down 6 questions that you would like to ask Ashley. Make sure four of them are written in present perfect tense. Use the task frame to help you.
LO: To retrieve answers from a text
Warm up – can you answer these Spag questions correctly? Answers on the next page!
What wold you like to find out about this photo? Write at least four questions. Try to make one in present perfect if you can!
Read the recount and answer the comprehension questions. What an amazing lady she was!
LO: To analyse a recount
Warm up – Spag questions like yesterday
What is a recount? Can you remember from KS1? Watch these videos to remind you https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/english-ks1-ks2-how-to-write-a-recount/z7dg92p
Use the flipchart to see a success criteria for a recount. Read through your sheet and underline the different sections in different colours.
LO: To place events in Chronological order
Warm up- Use possessive apostrophes for these pictures. Eg The cat’s fish
Today we are going to learn about another amazing woman called Yusra Mardini. She grew up in Syria where there has been fighting since 2011. When people have to leave their homes and countries to stay safe from war or other dangers they are called refugees. Yusra is a refugee. Luckily in 2021 most of Syria is free from fighting.
On the flipchart, can you order the statements into chronological (date) order?
Now read another lady’s story. Can you put her life events in chronological order? What can you learn about her from doing this?
SPaG Mats – practise your Y3 SPaG skills today. Remember that your Spelling Shed words will also be loaded today as it is Friday.