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Week 4 - Week beginning 11.05.20 - The Tiger who came to Tea

This week's English learning is based on the book:

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr.

 

 

Read the book here: https://www.scribd.com/doc/13643819/The-tiger-who-came-to-Tea

Or listen to it here:

 

Monday

(Access the online lesson here: https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/the-tiger-who-came-to-tea-year-1-wk4-1)

Read or Listen to the story.

Answer the following questions:

(Your child can do this verbally or write the answers down)

1. Who are the main characters in the story? 

2. What does the tiger eat? How many things can you remember?

3. Do you think the tiger is friendly? Why or why not? Remember to use because to explain why.

4. The author uses the adjectives 'big,' 'furry' and 'stripy' to describe the tiger. Can you think of anymore adjectives?

5. Imagine a tiger turned up at your door. How would your family react?

 

Tuesday

(Access the online lesson here: https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/to commit-a-story-to-memory-year-1-wk4-2#slide-1)

Read or Listen to the story again.

Draw a story map of The Tiger Who Came to Tea showing the events of the story. See an example below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

(Access the online lesson here: https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/to-understand-how-to-identify-and-write-questions-year-1-wk4-3)

Today's lesson is all about questions. A question is a sentence that needs an answer.

In the story, Sophie asks lots of questions. 

When we write a question, we use a question mark which looks like this: ?

Play the online video lesson to learn more about questions, then decide if these sentences need a . or ?

 

Challenge Task: Can you write 2 questions that Sophie asked the tiger in the story?

 

Thursday

 

In today's lesson, you are going to write the start of the story: The Tiger Who Came To Tea using your story map from Tuesday.

Access the online lesson here which will take you through the steps to do this:  https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/to-start-to-write-our-story-year-1-wk4-4)

 

Friday

 

In today's lesson, you are going to finish writing the The Tiger Who Came To Tea using your story map.

Access the online lesson here which will take you through the steps to do this: https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/to-write-the-end-of-our-story-year-1-wk4-5#slide-2

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  • F1 Sparrow Class PM 92.7%
  • F2 Puffin Class 94.1%
  • F2 Sandpiper Class 94.3%
  • Y1 Pengiun Class 96.1%
  • Y1 Robin Class 95.8%
  • Y2 Peacock Class 96%
  • Y2 Woodpecker Class 95.7%
  • Y3 Flamingo Class 96%
  • Y3 Merlin Class 96.5%
  • Y4 Cuckoo Class 96.9%
  • Y4 Hummingbird Class 96.1%
  • Y5 Macaw Class 96.4%
  • Y5 Toucan Class 95.8%
  • Y6 Bluejay Class 95.2%
  • Y6 Goldfinch Class 95.4%

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