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For today's lesson, you will need to have read (or listened to) Chapters 5 and 6 of 'How To Train Your Dragon'. A recording of this can be found here. At the bottom of this page, the previous 4 chapters can also be found, in case you want a catch up.

Chapter 5- How To Train Your Dragon

Chapter 6 - How To Train Your Dragon

WALT write description using expanded noun phrases and similes.

 

WILF:

· Use strong adjectives and expanded noun phrases.

· Use similes.

· Write in full sentences with a full stop and capital letter.

 

Today in English we have been thinking about the sea dragon and using our senses to imagine what he would have been like. We have thought about adjectives and expanded noun phrases to describe the dragon as well as similes. Your challenge is to write a description for the sea dragon using similes and expanded noun phrases. 

 

Have a look at the picture below to help you imagine what the sea dragon would have been like. 

Chapter 1- How To Train Your Dragon

Chapter 2- How To Train Your Dragon

Chapter 3- How To Train Your Dragon

Chapter 4- How To Train Your Dragon

Class Dojo
  • Earhart: 329
  • Attenborough: 290
  • Lovelace: 366
  • Pankhurst: 386
  • Parks: 274
  • Owens:
  • Goodall: 323
  • Gandhi: 280
  • Frank: 341
  • Hawking: 376
  • Ali: 581
  • Thunberg: 359
  • Luther-King: 357
  • Kahlo: 259
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