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Working Together To Be The Best We Can Be

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Working Together To Be The Best We Can Be

Literacy

Did you create your own version of the story ‘We’re going on a Lion Hunt?’ We would love to read some of them so don’t forget to send them to our e.mail.

This week we are going to look at endangered animals. Do you know what the term endangered means? It means that an animal is very likely to become extinct or disappear and there will be no more of that species.

In English we will be writing a newspaper article about an endangered animal of your choice. You can read or watch information to research your animal. I have read some interesting information about the weight of a blue whales tongue!  Write down your information in notes first so you can then organise it into a newspaper article. Don't forget to create a headline that will catch the interest of the reader.

One star  -  Arrange the words to make sentences about the mountain Gorilla. Add your own sentence. 

 

Two star  -  Choose an endangered animal. Write simple sentences about where your endangered animal lives (it’s habitat) and explain why it is endangered.

 

Three star  -  Choose an endangered animal. Make some notes about your animal. Organise your information into paragraphs, e.g; appearance and habitat and explain why it is endangered. Don't forget to add a headline for your report.

 

Four star  -  Choose an endangered animal. Make some notes about your animal. Organise your information into paragraphs about your endangered animals, e.g; appearance, food, habitat and explain why it is endangered. Don’t forget to add an interesting headline and include subheadings.

 

 

Endangered Animals!

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