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English

Good morning Year 6!

Welcome to the second week of English. Last week, we focused on formal conjunctions and they are one of the tools we will be using when moving on to our next unit of work - Writing FORMAL REPORTS. As the title suggests, these have very different features from what we are used to using in our writing and have a very specific writing style. 

 

Today, your lesson has a focus of the features of formal reports. As usual, make notes throughout the lesson as you will need to refer to these later.

 

1.  Follow the link directly below this to access the lesson.

2.  As you are watching the lesson, take notes on the features of formal reports as you will

     need to use these in the TASK. 

3.  Next, open the TASK notes and read them carefully. Write the side headings in your Home

     Learning book - as instructed in the TASK. Leave a few lines between each side heading. As

     you write the side headings, think back to the lesson and the examples you were given and

     worked through.

4.  Open the TEXT ABOUT TUTENKHAMUN below the TASK . Follow the instructions in the

     TASK.

 

Remember that you are re-familiarising yourself with the features of report writing as you are going to be writing a formal report next week. It must be written in the formal style and contain the features you are identifying in the text.

NON-CHRONOLOGICAL/FORMAL REPORT - TASK

TEXT ABOUT TUTANKHAMUN

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