Lesson 8 - End of unit assessment
Lesson 8 - Equivalent Fractions 2
Year 3 Lesson 8
Year 4 Lesson 8
WALT: develop instruction sentences using collected vocabulary.
After you have said a few instructions out loud and have made sure you have included an imperative verb and a fronted adverbial, it's time to write our instructions. This doesn't have to be in order as we are just practising developing the sentences today.
For an extension/challenge, underline where they have used the imperative verb.
Remember, in each instruction you need to include:
- a fronted adverbial
- an imperative verb
Here are some examples:
First, get a delicious, green apple out of the cupboard to guide the mammoth into the bathroom because he hates being washed but absolutely loves apples!
Then, massage his long, brown trunk to make him feel more comfortable in the bathroom. By doing this, he will be more willing to get into the bath ready for his wash.
Find, explain and record
1. Tick the word which the author has used which shows that the porters risked their lives in a snow storm.
- raging winds
2. What does Lady Agatha's father say to people when they ask what happened to his daughter?
3. True or false?
The sky above her head was described a marvellous rich, royal blue with little fleecy clouds.
4. Explain how Agatha thought she should be feeling whilst trapped in the secret valley.