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1st February

Monday 1st February 

Let's recap your understanding from last week. What is the difference between a fiction and non-fiction text? What is a sub-heading? What is a title? What is a caption? How did you research your facts? Take a look at your animal fact file from last week and see how many features of a non-fiction text you can identify. 

 

Today, we're going to look at how to make a leaflet using non-fiction features. 

Can you choose some animals from the list below and research their habitats, features, food etc.?

  • Lions
  • Tigers
  • Giraffes
  • Zebras 
  • Elephants 
  • Hyenas 
  • Rhino 
  • Leopard

Challenges: 

Bronze: To research 2 animals and describe their features and habitats

Silver: To research 5 animals and describe their features and habitats

Gold: To research 7 animals and describe their features and habitats

Tuesday 2nd February
Leaflet Example...

Today, we're going to write the beginning of your leaflet. For today's task, let's pretend that you're writing a leaflet for a Safari in Africa. You need to write persuasively and informatively so that people will want to visit the Safari park. 

 

For the first part of your leaflet, can you describe the types of animals that people might see on Safari and where they might find the different animals?

 

Activity: 

Challenges

Bronze: To write a sentence about your chosen animal.

Silver: To write an introductory paragraph about 2 animals. 

Gold: To introduce the animals that you might see on Safari, including a heading. 

Wednesday 3rd February
Let's keep going with your leaflet writing. Can you continue to write the middle and end of your leaflet? Which animals could you include in your leaflet? Can you recall non-fiction features e.g. sub-headings, headings, captions etc?

Challenge: 

Bronze: To a sentence about an animal using colourful semantics

Silver: To write the middle and end of your leaflet.

Gold: To write the middle and end of your leaflet using non-fiction features.

Thursday 4th February 
Let's keep going with your leaflet writing. Can you continue to write the middle and end of your leaflet? Which animals could you include in your leaflet? Can you recall non-fiction features e.g. sub-headings, headings, captions etc?

Challenge: 

Bronze: To a sentence about an animal using colourful semantics

Silver: To write the middle and end of your leaflet.

Gold: To write the middle and end of your leaflet using non-fiction features.

Friday 5th February
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