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1Different types of sentences The HighwaymanDifferent types of sentences
2DAY 1WALTTo understand metaphors and how they can be used.WILFI can write sentences using metaphors.
3What is a metaphor?A metaphor is a way of describing something. It is when we say something becomes something else.E.g. The sun is a ball of orange flame.A baby is a soft, cuddly blanket.
4Find the metaphorHere is the first verse of ‘The Highwayman’. Read it and write the metaphors on your whiteboards.The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,The moon was a ghostly galleon, tossed upon cloudy seas,The road was a ribbon of moonlight over the purple moor,And the highwayman came riding,Riding, ridingThe highwayman came riding, up to the old inn door.
5Were you right? The metaphors were: The wind was a torrent of darkness The moon was a ghostly galleonThe road was a ribbon of moonlightIn each of these the object described has become something else.
6Find the metaphor again There is a metaphor in this verse. Can you find it?And dark in the old inn yard a stable wicket creakedWhere Tim the ostler listened; his face was white and peaked:His eyes were hollows of madness, his hair like mouldy hay,But he loved the landlord’s daughter,The landlord’s red-lipped daughter;Dumb as a dog he listened, and he heard the robber say -
7Metaphor fun!In your books, write metaphors that could be used to describe these:A dogA baby
8What did you write? Some ideas could be: A dog is a snapping crocodile, its coat is the white, crisp snow, its growl is a roaring lion, and its ears are soft, silky purses.A baby is a soft, cuddly blanket, it’s skin is fluffy cotton wool, it’s eyes are round, blue buttons, and it’s face is a chubby, round peach.
9Metaphor fun! In your book write metaphors to describe the following: Your teacherYour mum/dadYour pet, or a friend’s petThe weatherYour friendThe sunThe wind
10How did you get on?Come and share some of your metaphors here:
11DAY 3WALTTo investigate different types of sentences.I can use ‘Inside/outside’, ‘As a’ and ‘Show not tell’ sentences to write a description.
12Different types of sentences Over the past weeks we have been looking at different types of sentences.Double AA sentences (two adjectives)Show not tell sentencesE.g. Bess loosened her shining, black hair, allowing it to tumble out of the dark, dusty window, and the highwayman’s face burnt like a brand.Bess shook with anticipation, her heart beat rapidly in her chest.
13Different types of sentences We are now going to look at two more sentences.Inside/outside sentences.E.g. Bess eagerly awaited the arrival of the highwayman, (inside, however, she was more terrified than ever).
14As a sentencesThese sentences use similes. A simile is when we say something is like something else.E.g. The sun was as red as a rose.Tim’s hair was like mouldy hay.His sword shone like a gleaming jewel.Her hair was as black as the dark, velvet night.
15Have a go! Can you use as a sentences to describe the following? The moon was as ………….a……………Bess’ eyes were as ……………the sky.The football crowd’s cheer was as ……….a………………
16What did you write? Here are some ideas. You may have better ones! The moon was as bright as a shiny, gleaming pearl.Bess’ eyes were as blue as the sky.The football crowd’s cheer was as loud as a thousand roaring lions.
17DAY 4WALTTo use different sentences to write about a character.WILFI can use ‘As a’ and ‘Show not tell’ sentences to write a description of Tim.
18You will need to think about Tim’s feelings for Bess.What he thinks about the highwayman.What Tim looks like.Why he was there in the dark inn-yard. What were his motives?
19How did you get on?Come and share some of your ideas here!
20DAY 5WALTTo describe a character’s feelings.WILFTo write a diary entry as Bess, telling of her feelings for the highwayman.
21Sustained Writing Task Your task is to write a diary entry as Bess.You are waiting for the highwayman.Think about:What you can see, what you can hear, how you are feeling, what you are thinking.
22Sustained Writing Task I shall be looking for the following in your work:Double AA sentencesShow not tell sentencesAs a sentencesAt least one metaphor
23Here’s one I wrote earlier I wondered, would he come? I sat waiting by the draughty, cold casement. The moon was a pearl set in a dark, velvet sky. The stars were like twinkling diamonds set on a royal crown. My heart beat rapidly in my chest, I could barely breathe. I waited eagerly for his arrival, (inside, however I felt terrified at the prospect that he would not come).
24There’s more!Suddenly I heard a sound in the distance. I peered out of the window, leaning as much as I dared. My fingers trembled as I plaited the dark, red love knot in my long, shining, black hair.What was that? Another sound, much closer this time! Was he here at last? My breath caught in my throat as I heard the horse’s hooves clattering and clashing in the yard. My heart leapt as I heard tapping on the shutters and the familiar whistle; the one I loved so well.