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PE With Joe | Thursday 30th April

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Today we will be writing a persuasive letter to Greenpeace, considering the argument FOR deforestation and why it is important to continue.

Remember that even if this isn’t your own opinion, it is important to consider a different point of view and to still be persuasive!

  • Read back over your notes from yesterday. Do they make sense? Do you need to make any changes?

As you write up your notes into a letter, remember to think carefully about writing full sentences and to extend these with a range conjunctions and fronted adverbial phrases.

Remember to be persuasive! So you need to use:

  • Repetition
  • Emotive language (adjectives)
  • Use examples to support your arguments
  • Use ‘you’ to talk directly to Greenpeace
  • Use facts

Also, I would like you to include

  • Coordinating conjunctions to join two independent clauses
  • Subordinating conjunctions to add more information
  • ‘tion’ ending words



Today, have fun on TT rockstars but if you don't remember your log ins then have a go at some of these games. You might need to click the padlock in the URL bar at the top to allow flash player. 

Guided Reading


Choice Reading

Choose a book of your own from home and read for about 15 minutes. Then, write a summary of what you read in 1-2 sentences, making sure to include the main events, characters’ names and their feelings.

Make a prediction – what do you think will happen next?

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