Archive for May, 2010

The Bearwood University Blog

Hi Year 5,

Please have a look at the Bearwood University blog and leave some comments! You’ll find it here:
bearwooduniversity.wordpress.com

Have a good half term holiday!

Mr Murphy

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Runaway – Written, performed and filmed by children in Year 5

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Childline – Written, performed and directed by children in Year 5

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Writer’s Workshop – 21st May 2010

Thank you…

In tomorrow’s Writer’s Workshop, you’ll be writing a letter as Matthew, to the fireman that saved him from the burning warehouse.

You need to write with emotion, thanking him for being heroic and saving you, explaining your actions and what you have learnt from the whole experience.

We’ll be looking for:

Evidence that you have achieved your targets from last week’s Writer’s Workshop.

Various ways of opening sentences, such as ing ly

Use of Power Punctuation—! ? and …

Mr Murphy and Miss de Kanter have really enjoyed reading your writing this term and are looking forward to another fantastic piece tomorrow!

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Have a look at the presentation about fire – which words could you steal…

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Tell me, where can you see SOAP in this poem…

Bush Fire by Jackie Kay

That fire, they said, was as red as red as red
red as a fox, your lips, a cherry
That fire, they said spread and spread and spread
Faster, than a cheetah or a nasty rumour

That fire, they said, was hot, so hot, so hot
Hotter than lava or an African summer.
That fire, they said, was angry, very angry.
For three roaring days, it danced wildly, wildly, wildly.

Wild as flamenco, strip the willow, a Highland fling.
That fire, they said, had a big bad mouth
Swearing, spluttering: Bring it on! Bring it on!
That fire, they said, wolfed down the lot –
The lovely little homes, the trees, the land
That fire, they said, left nothing behind at all
One blackened trail, one sad scorched story.

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Which games have you played?

So, you’ve clicked on the links, you’ve played the games, now tell us about them!

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