*PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO GRAMMAR STARTERS THIS WEEK DUE TO THE LENGTH OF THE LESSONS ON THE BBC BITESIZE WEBSITE*
We have focused a lot over the past few weeks on non-fiction writing so we are going to move on to a narrative unit this week and follow a series of lessons from the BBC Bitesize website.
In narrative writing is important to use exciting vocabulary choices such as figurative language and adjectives to describe settings and atmosphere. This week, we will explore a range of lessons that will help you to develop this.
In today’s lesson you will look at a reading extract and develop your comprehension. There is a task on the site where how the writer deliberately chooses language to create a relationship between the writer and the reader. Think about this carefully so that you can steal ideas for your own writing.
Follow the link below and follow the web page through. Jot down any of your notes onto a piece of paper.