How does the film adaptation of this chapter of the book differ to the written version?
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How is the film adaptation of this chapter of the book similar to the written version?
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Using the video clip can you know write your own story as Tim. Remember to use ambitious vocabulary to describe the setting and characters, interesting sentence openers, varied sentence structure, dialogue to move the plot on, prepositions to add detail and a wide range of punctuation: semi-colons, punctuation for parenthesis (dashes, brackets and commas), exclamation marks, questions marks, colons, ellipsis and of course full stops.
Challenge: Can you get your families, friends and my heart racing with the tension you build?
Here is some reading to complete about Fossils, once you have carefully read the text please have a go at the tasks below. You can assess your progress using the answers below…No peeping before checking back through the text!
Here are a few number tasks for you to have a go at. Write the answers into one of the books you were provided with before we closed school. We have added the answer pages to the end of today's tasks. Please have a go before checking your answers... No cheating
Now for the answers…