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Shakespeare Class

Welcome to Shakespeare class

 

                                                                             

In Shakespeare class we are hard working and motivated to do our very best at all times. We always try our hardest in order to succeed and help our friends if they are finding something difficult. Take a look at some of the fun learning we get up to in Shakespeare class!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This half-term's question is: does all life begin as an egg?

In our class we have been looking at how life begins.  All students have taken home a plant to look after and care for and watch grow.  We have also adopted 5 caterpillars that we are hoping to watch on their life cycle journey.

 

 

Day 1

The caterpillars have been named Chunky Monkey, Spike, Teeny Weeny, Shaky, and Do Dah, here they are at Day 7

The caterpillars have been named Chunky Monkey, Spike, Teeny Weeny, Shaky, and Do Dah, here they are at Day 7 1
The caterpillars have been named Chunky Monkey, Spike, Teeny Weeny, Shaky, and Do Dah, here they are at Day 7 2
The caterpillars have been named Chunky Monkey, Spike, Teeny Weeny, Shaky, and Do Dah, here they are at Day 7 3

We have butterflies

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We managed to use time lapse to watch a butterfly emerge

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(please go to around 6 mins in the video until I get chance to edit it)

This week we have been looking at how to describe a setting effectively. Here is a sample of good work...

This week we have been looking at how to describe a setting effectively.  Here is a sample of good work... 1
This week we have been looking at how to describe a setting effectively.  Here is a sample of good work... 2
This week we have been looking at how to describe a setting effectively.  Here is a sample of good work... 3
This week we have been looking at how to describe a setting effectively.  Here is a sample of good work... 4

smiley Some of us added dramatic music to aid in creating the atmosphere for our descriptive piece. Please click on the link below to see our videos smiley

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