3_ed sentences based on The Tunnel (1 week)

3_ed sentences based on The Tunnel (1 week)

A teaching resource provided by Annie McCann.

Resource Description

3_ed sentences are very good at describing the emotional state of the character. Here is a week of resources to assist children using them in their writing.

The lessons are based around 'The Tunnel' by Anthony Browne. (A PowerPoint with the story included can be found online)

Lesson 1.Collect a bank of scary adjectives using a thesaurus. (Useful when writing sentences during the week.)
Lesson 2. Collect a bank of 'ed' words.
Lesson 3. Children write their own 3_ed sentences using a framework. (Helps children to understand the structure of the sentence.)
Lesson 4. Edit 3_ed sentences. (Develops children's understanding of the sentence structure.)
Lesson 5. Children end the week by writing a paragraph about Rose that must include a 3_ed sentence.

Resource Files

There are 6 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
3_ed word mat.docx
Microsoft Word 53KB
Lesson 1 (adjectives using a thesaurus).docx
Microsoft Word 46KB
Lesson 2 (collecting 'ed' words).docx
Microsoft Word 89KB
Lesson 3 (writing a 3_ed sentence).docx
Microsoft Word 57KB
Lesson 4 (edit sentences).docx
Microsoft Word 42KB
Lesson 5 (write a paragraph using a 3_ed sentence).docx
Microsoft Word 89KB

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