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Click on the link below and watch the clip. There are some questions underneath the video for you to think about. You are not writing answers to these questions.
Your task is to write a description of this to include dialogue - think back to what we practiced yesterday.
Imagine that there is another character onboard the ship. Who are they? What do they think of the Dragon Master's plan? What happens to both characters as they go through the eye of the storm?
Don't just write dialogue. Remember to include description - describe your surroundings and the action happening. Include similes, better adj, adverbs, exciting verbs, personification. You must think of your reader - it would be boring if a book was made entirely of speech, we wouldn't be able to imagine anything!
Complete the activities on punctuating speech.
Practice Rule 39.
Choose your level of challenge.
Click on the link below to recap negative numbers.
PE isn't just about being physical, it is also about living a healthy lifestyle. Your challenge is to design a healthy meal. It must be a meal you are willing to eat, so think about what food you enjoy. You can either draw out and label your healthy meal and identify what food types you have included - carbohydrates, protein, etc. You may need to do a bit of research to see what food type it is. Explain why you have chose these particular food types. Or, you can actually make a healthy meal with another member of your family. You can photograph it and upload it on Seesaw and edit the photo using either the recording or text tool or you could make a short video explaining what you have made and why it is healthy.