PE with Joe Wickes
Nasima, Jasminara and Louise's groups
1. Make predictions
• Look at Front Cover. Write notes to say what you notice and what predictions you can make about the book. Who do you think could be the characters in this story? What could happen?
• Listen to the story being read https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ickziSniXkI . Did some of your predictions occur?
2. Remind yourself about speech marks and reporting clauses.
• Use the PowerPoint about speech marks and reporting clauses or, if this is not possible, use the Revision Card to remind yourself.
• Complete Peter and the Wolf Sentences. You can use some of the Said Synonyms for your reporting clauses.
3. Summarise the story
• Look closely at the Six Illustrations. What is happening in each? What has happened just before and what will happen just after?
• Write sentences on Story Summary about the illustrations.
Well done. Use your Story Summary to tell a grown-up the story of Peter and the Wolf.
Try the Fun-Time Extra
• Design a back-cover. Write a blurb to tell about the book
• The story is famously set to music. Listen to all or half of the musical performance here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va8Uz6MoKLg
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Click the link below which will take you to the lesson. If you have any questions, please email us on the year 4 email.
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's groups
Watch the video to remind you of the different methods to help you do this - remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' for activities and to get the questions. Check your answers at the end by scrolling to the bottom of the PDFs - check what mistakes you made so you can learn from them next time.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
- Remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
- Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' for activities and to get the questions. Check your answers at the end by scrolling to the bottom of the PDFs - check what mistakes you made so you can learn from them next time.
The following video, taken from the Your Paintings series, we look closer at the painting 'Marilyn Diptych' by Andy Warhol. By doing this, we can see Warhol’s fascination with celebrity, as well as explore the techniques Warhol used to create his works.
Follow along with Tate to create your own pop art in the style of Andy Warhol.
You can make a selfie artwork, similar to 'Marilyn Diptych', for which you will need a smartphone or a digital camera, a printer, six coloured pens or pencils and paper.
You can also design your own soup can in the style of 'Campbell's Soup Cans', for which you will just need a pencil and paper.
Remember to keep up with your 20 minutes of independent reading too!