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Rows 2, 3 and 4

Lesson 1

LI: To use a variety of conjunction in my writing.

Read an extract from Harry Potter .Read The Sorting Hat.

Have you read or seen this part of the story before? How do you think you would feel if you were there in the Great Hall?

Watch the film version of this scene. Which part of the scene do you think that the film does best?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0cla_h_f8M

Activity

Let’s remind ourselves about clauses and conjunctions.

Use the PowerPoint to hear the teaching on Clauses and Conjunctions or use the Revision Card in your pack remind yourself.  

Complete the Conjunctions Activity. You can use the List of Conjunctions to help you.

Task

Lets’ write some sentences!

Watch the film clip of the Sorting Hat again.

Now, write some sentences about the scene. Use conjunctions in your sentences, using the List of Conjunctions in your pack..

 

Sorting Hat - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Lesson 2

LI: To use a variety of conjunction in my writing.

Read We Got Potter extract in your pack.

Next, watch the Sorting Hat scene again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0cla_h_f8M

Which is better at helping you know how Harry is feeling? Why

Task

Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about clauses and conjunctions.

Complete Harry Potter Clauses sheet in your pack. Challenge yourself to come up with two or even three versions of each sentence. You can use List of Conjunctions to help you.

Activity

Choose your three favourite sentences.

Write them in your best handwriting and illustrate them carefully to make a set of Scenes from Harry Potter.

 

Lesson 3

LI: To convey feelings in my writing and extend sentences to add more detail using conjunctions.

Read Broomstick Lesson extract in your pack.

How do you think Harry was feeling? How is Madam Hooch described? How would you feel to be taught by her?

Watch the film version of this scene. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTS1VlvlGRg

Do you notice anything that is different to the book? What is the same?

Activity

Think about how you would feel at different parts of the Broomstick lesson.   Complete How would you feel activity sheet? Use some of the Emotion Vocabulary in your answers from the word mat provided in your pack.

Task

Write about taking part in a Broomstick Lesson.

Describe what you do and how you feel, what happens to you and what happens to other people.   Use the Conjunctions List in your pack and include some sentences with conjunctions joining clauses together. 

 

Harry Potter's First Flying Lesson

Harry Potter's first flying lesson with Madam Hooch.

Lesson 4

LI: To use adverbs in my writing.

Read the Quidditch sheet In your pack.

What did Harry learn about Quidditch? Which of these imagined facts is the best would you say?

Next, watch the film version of Harry learning the rules of Quidditch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thL8QAsPhK0

What do you learn from the film that you don’t learn from the book?

Activity

Remind yourself about adverbs. Watch the PowerPoint on the learning hub to hear the teaching about adverbs. If this is not possible, use the Revision Card to remind yourself. Next, complete Adverb Practice sheet in your pack.

Task.

Now for some writing

Watch the film scene of Harry’s first Quidditch match.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOVS9yn2R7c

Write some sentences that use adverbs to describe the match.

Use Adverbs List to help you.

A Lesson In Quidditch | Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Oliver Wood teaches Harry Potter the rules of Quidditch.

Lesson 5

Writing Task

Read the Neville and Snape extract from Harry Potter.

Think about how would you describe the character of Neville from this extract?  Watch the first minute and a half of some of the film scenes of Neville. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_BCMarK68g

What else can you say about his character now?

Activity

Read Hogwarts’ School Report in your pack

Highlight/underline the five phrases that tell you most about Neville.

Do you think this is a fair report? What are your reasons for saying that?

Task

Use the Planner and Report Template to write a school report.

It could be for one of the Harry Potter characters or it could be for you, one of your friends or someone in your family. Try to show their character in what you write in the report using detail and description.  Remember to use conjunctions to extend your sentences, emotions and adverbs.

Remember to use the conjunctions, emotions and adverbs sheet in your pack to help you.

NEVILLE LONGBOTTOM ALL SCENES HD

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