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Wordle travel

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  • 1. Type of text: poems on travel● Listen to, read aloud and learn by heart some nice travel poems.● Analyse some of the poems features: repetitions, alliteration and imagery, metaphores and similes.● Use on line dictionaries,thesaurus and rhyming dictionaries● Learn some homophones and their spelling● Use literal and inferential comprehension questions to undertand texts● Write and illustrate our own travel poem: an acrostic, a variation of a given one● Grammar: past tense of some irregular verbs, adjectives and comparatives● Learn some interesting facts about Stevenson and his life
  • 2. Listen to Stevensons poem From a railway carriagehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jCoigg77Y4
  • 3. From a railway carriage By Louis Stevenson(1850 1894)Faster than fairies, faster than witches,Bridges and houses, hedges and ditches;And charging along like troops in a battle,All through the meadows the horses and cattle:All of the sights of the hill and the plainFly as thick as driving rain;And ever again, in the wink of an eye,Painted stations whistle by.Here is a child who clambers and scrambles,All by himself and gathering brambles;Here is a tramp who stands and gazes;And there is the green for stringing the daisies!Here is a cart run away in the roadLumping along with man and load;And here is a mill and there is a river:Each a glimpse and gone forever!
  • 4. Many ways to travel by Tony MittonThere are may ways to travelAnd one that I likeIs to zoom down a hillOn a mountain bikeThere are many ways to travelAnd another that is nice is to slide on a sledgeOn the snow and iceThere are may ways to travelAnd isn’t it funTo sail on the seaIn the wind and sun?There are many ways to travelBut the best by farIs to ride on a rocketTo a distant star.
  • 5. Choose one of these 2 poems to listen to: Growing or My hat
  • 6. Meet the author and visit his website:http://www.tonymitton.co.uk/#/top-secret-header-page/4534269857
  • 7. Take your pic: means of transport
  • 8. http://youtu.be/6r0dr_juOiIMr Beans packing efforts
  • 9. Far trek by June Brady Some things will never change although We tour out to the stars; Arriving on the moon well find Our luggage sent to Mars!
  • 10. Type of texts: booking forms, hotel brochures, boarding cards, timetablesBuild up vocabulary connected with travelling: verbs, prepositions,means of transport, accomodationPractice useful questions about booking procedures, timetables,duration of the trip, accomodation, wheather forecast and travelingrequirementsUse the Internet to make good travel choices: flights, offers,accomodation reviews, travel tips, blogs.Revise vocabulary to talk about time,Pack for an imaginary journey a way of transport, a destination andthings to take with you.Describe different types of luggage and learn how to fill in a lostluggage claim form
  • 11. The ultimate travelling gadget: the scooter luggage http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEMXHxWtPq4

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