PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's groups
1. Remind yourself about adverbials
• Use the PowerPoint Presentation or the Revision Cards to remind yourself about adverbials. Make sure that you know these things:
o An adverbial can be just one word or it can be a phrase.
o What ‘job’ an adverbial does.
o Where an adverbial can be placed.
o What it means when an adverbial is ‘fronted’.
2. Practise finding adverbials
• Use Little Mouse Adverbials.
• Read the sentences, find the verb, find the adverbial and then write to say which question the adverbial answers.
3. Write sentences using adverbials
• Think about the Narrow Escape Storyboard from Day 1.
• Find your storyboard and remind yourself about the story. Tell the story out loud to someone.
• Now write some sentences about your story. Make sure that your sentences include adverbials – extra information about the verb in your sentence.
Try the Fun-Time Extra
• Find out some more information about the predator and prey in your Narrow Escape story. What are the three most amazing facts you can find about each animal?
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
We have included a writing template that you can print out or use directly on the computer to get you started. (If you are using on the computer you can delete the lines) You could also use lined paper and decorate your diary entry afterwards. We would love to read your writing so be sure to send it to us by email.
Nasima, Jasminara and Louise's groups
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Listen to Paola reading the story one more time. Do you remember the key vocabulary words we practiced?
Are there any words that are similar to the words you already know in English?
Pedro va a la tienda de animales.
Pedro goes to the pet shop.
‘Quisiera un animal!’ ¡Quisiera un animal!
He would like an animal! ‘I would like an animal!’
Aquí hay un conejo...pero...¡Es tímido!
Here is a rabbit...but ‘it is shy!’
Rechaza el conejo. No, gracias.
He refuses the rabbit. ‘No, thank you’.
Mira una tortuga...pero...¡Es también tímida!
He looks at a tortoise...but ‘it is also shy!’
Rechaza la tortuga. No, gracias.
He refuses the tortoise. No, thank you’.
Aquí hay una seripente...pero...¡Es rápida!
Here is a snake...but ‘it is fast!’
Rechaza la serpiente. No, gracias.
He refuses the snake. No, thank you’.
Mira un gato...pero...Detesto el color.
He looks at a cat...but ‘I hate the colour.’
Rechaza el gato. No, gracias.
He refuses the cat. ‘No, thank you.’
Mira un ratón...pero...¡Es pequeño!
He looks at a mouse...but ‘it is small!’
Rechaza el ratón. No, gracias.
He refuses the mouse. ‘No, thank you’.
Mira un cerdo...pero...¡Es enorme!
He looks at a pig...but ‘it is enormous!’
Rechaza el cerdo. No, gracias.
He refuses the pig. ‘No, thank you’.
Finalmente, mira un perro.
Finally he looks at a dog.
He is cool.
Compra el perro. ¡Adiós!
He buys the dog. Good-bye!