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PE with Joe Wickes
1. Read a draft poem
• Read the Draft Poem that has been written about insulting a Teddy Bear.
• Spot the changes that the writer made when they re-read the poem. How have they improved the poem? Which lines in the poem do you like best? Why?
2. Write your own insult poem
• Decide what you will insult. Make it a toy or an object not a person!
• Use the Planner to write down ideas for insults. You can use some of the ideas in the teddy bear poem or from Day 4’s poems.
• Choose your favourite ideas and put them in a good order for a poem.
• Read your poem through and make changes to improve it.
3. Practise performing your poem.
• Read Top Tips for Reading a Poem Aloud.
• Practise reading your poem, until you are able to read it really confidently.
• Share your performance with somebody else.
Try these Fun-Time Extras
• Make a set of illustrations for your poem.
• Write some more verses for I’m Telling You. You need two boasts and two insults for every verse that you write!
Watch the video to remind yourself of how to write decimals. You can pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if this helps.
Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' for further explanation and activities. Answer the questions and then check by scrolling to the bottom of the PDF.
- Two videos exploring what life was like in the Bronze Age.
- Two activities to build historical knowledge and understanding.
There are lots of fun ways to show your historical knowledge of the Bronze Age, online and offline. Here is one you could try. Create a poster to show your knowledge of the Bronze Age. You can use the information below from Britannica to help you.