Have a look at this picture:
What are the first impressions you get of this person? Who is it? What is he doing? When is this picture set?
Over the next few weeks, we are going to be completing some work on a narrative poem call ‘The Highwayman’ which was written by Alfred Noyes in 1904 and first published in 1907.
Firstly you need to know that a narrative poem is a poem that tells a story.
Coach during the time the poem was set.
Have a look at the PowerPoint below to learn about one of the most famous Highwaymen.
Now have a read through the whole poem at the website below (don’t worry if you don’t understand all of it, it will all become clear as we go through the different tasks).
What is your first impression of the poem? What do you think it is about? Who are the main characters? What are the key events? Etc.
Put all of your skills into practice and find the missing angles in the questions in the PowerPoint.
How did you get on? How confident do you feel about angles?
Hola clase. ¿Que tal? Hello Class. How are you?
¡Bienvenido de tu segunda clase de Española! Welcome to your second Spanish class.
Hoy, vamos a apreder algunos números. Today, we are going to learn some numbers.
Do you know any already?
Watch this video to introduce yourself to the numbers.
What do you notice about the numbers 16, 17 , 18 and 19?
Play some games at:
Take a step towards one of your goals, however small.
- Set yourself a spelling challenge
- Practice a skill within a sport i.e. penalty goals, throwing and catching
- Work on a skill i.e drawing, coding skills etc
- Make a plan to learn a new skill/start a new hobby at secondary school
Come back tomorrow for some ideas on how to celebrate VE day.