Warwick rp 2

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  • Ask for volunteers to read
    Children should be highlighting adjectives and descriptive sentences
    Ask the children which of the sweets they’d like to try
    What descriptive language does Dahl use to show the reader what the sweets were like?
  • Teacher to hand out two different sweets
    Ask the children to eat one of the sweets and write their descriptions while they are eating
    Remind the children to describe the sweets even if they don’t like the taste
    Scaffolding – offer a couple of examples as they taste to help those who are struggling
    Sentences should be as descriptive and imaginative as possible
    Remind them to use their senses – how does the sweet look? What does it feel like? What does it smell of? And finally what does it taste like?
  • Warwick rp 2

    1. 1. Learning Objectives • To further develop our use of descriptive vocabulary to keep the reader interested; • Use descriptive language to describe how different sweets taste; • Design a new sweet you would sell in the sweet shop; • Assess the different vocabulary used.
    2. 2. The Bicycle and The Sweet Shop Task 1 • Read the description of the sweet shop in The Bicycle and The Sweet Shop and highlight all of the descriptions used to describe the sweets.
    3. 3. Adjectives Task 2 Take two different sweets and write a descriptive sentence about how they taste. My example: Chocolate éclair: When you open the wrapper, the smell is inviting. It is hard when you pop it in your mouth, but it soon becomes soft and chewy. It has a slight vanilla flavour and a creamy texture. What surprises you is the chocolate centre which melts in your mouth! Delicious!!!
    4. 4. Plenary • Peer assess – highlight adjectives and descriptive language used in their description • WWW • EBI • Did we meet our objectives?
    5. 5. The Bicycle and The Sweet Shop Homework • Using what you’ve discovered today, design a new sweet you would sell in the sweet shop • Think about: • look, taste, smell, texture • Hard, soft, chewy, soft centre, flavoured centre • Be as descriptive as you can – really use your imagination! • Draw your design, name your sweet and write a detailed description in your exercise books.

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