Watch the video clip of the Impala and the Leopard ( don't worry it has a happy ending!) Read Impala notes and then fill in the answers or write the answers in your book or on paper. Try to write in as much detail as possible. Keep watching the video if it helps.
Once you have done the above task, look at the pictures of narrow escapes and decide which is the predator and which is the prey. Choose your favourite narrow the escape picture and make notes about it on the storyboard or in your book. Have a go at telling your story ideas to a family member verbally.
All the resources for today are in the document below called Monday.
Remind yourself about adverbials, you did them in Y3 ( if you can remember that long ago). Follow the presentation about adverbials and this week you can listen to it.
Have a go at the Mouse Adverbials activity: Remember if you can't print it then you could tell an adult/sibling or write it in your book/on paper. You have to:
1. Read the sentences.
2. Underline the verb.
3. Highlight the adverbial.
4. Write what question the adverbial answers – When, Where or How
Then think about your story planner from yesterday and have a go at writing some sentences for your story including adverbials.
All the resources are below.
Have a go at telling your story from the point of view of the prey, try to:
• Imagine that you are the prey in the story.
o Think about where were you at the start? What were you doing?
o Think about what you could see and how you felt when the predator attacked?
o Think about how you escaped?
o Think about how you feet afterwards?
Read the information about Personal Recounts and then have a go at writing your story from the point of view of the prey.