L.O - To understand how working Victorian London was interpreted through art Starts with information about Doré, first activity is to analyse the drawings. First one in the presentation can be done with the class (it zooms into particular sections of the drawing allowing discussion. A model answer is also provided to allow children to develop their spoken language, describe what they observe. The second activity is to use your senses to describe what it might have been like in one of the drawings. LA includes pictures on their worksheet.
LO: To explore the work of William Morris First task is to write down facts about William Morris, this can be extended to doing research on ipads. Second task is to draw a close-up section of William Morris paintings. A glossary is provided for LA Plenary - Reflect on each other’s drawings
These sheets are based of the statutory word list for Years 5 and 6 This is a word list taken from the National Curriculum of words a child should be confident spelling as they complete Year 6. The pack is useful for 10 weeks. Each page is split into two, Mon-Fri - to practise and saturday - to be tested