Lesson 1 - Use a thesaurus to find alternative words from the generated list and use them in sentences.
Lesson 2 - Spellings - Create sentences using the /ee/ sound. How many words can you think of with this sound?
Lesson 3 - Use expanded noun phrases to create a descriptive paragraph
Lesson 4 - Write a conversation between two characters trying to resolve a problem
Lesson 5 - Use your new found vocabulary, design a poster to explain to people how we can help those in need. Use your interesting new words to pull on some heart strings!
LO: To know that Jesus prayed and taught his disciples to pray
Jesus grew up as a Jew. Jews believe they are descendants of Abraham to whom God made his promise. The first five books of the Bible contain the story of Abraham and some of his descendants. The Jewish people show great respect for the books of the Old Testament. These are kept on scrolls and are read from the scrolls in the Synagogue. Jesus went to the Synagogue as a child and
an adult and would have heard the readings of the Old Testament from the Scrolls that are kept in the Synagogue. Jesus would have learnt some important prayers as a child from the Old Testament. One of these prayers is the “Shema”. Deuteronomy 6: 4-7 –
“Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord; and you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might. And these words which I command you this day shall be upon your heart; and you shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by your way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.”
1. What does the prayer say about God?
2. What does the person who recites this prayer have to do?
3. What might the prayer mean to you today?
Jesus would have learnt psalms from the Old Testament. Research psalm 26. Jesus would have prayed these words. What do they say about God? What might they say about Jesus’ relationship with God?
Activity : Write your own prayer using “The Lord is my light and my help” as the starting line.
Activity: Create a description of Boudicca and give a short insight into her life. Have a look at some of the art work and statutes of Boudicca. Draw someone from your household in one of the poses.