It's the marvellous, tremendous, delicious - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By Roald Dahl
This term we will be eating, writing and talking all things scrumptious, chocolatey and sweet!
We will use our text to inspire a range of writing including a diary entry, a letter, character descriptions and narrative. As we continue to build upon our understanding of subordinate clauses , expanded noun phrases and adverbial phrases. As well as beginning to accurately use inverted commas to represent speech.
As we read through our story, we will be identifying interesting words that Roald Dahl has used, such as those with the suffix -ous. Throughout the term, we will create our own word banks and creatively add these into our own writing.
We will be using fronted adverbials and complex sentences to add detail to our stories.
This short video gives an explanation into what fronted adverbials are:
We will also be learning how to accurately use inverted commas to show speech in our stories. The following link explains the use of inverted commas (speech marks):