Use the powerpoint to help you understand what a fronted adverbial is and when they are used.
Then, complete the table with as many examples of fronted adverbials as you can think of.
Using the fronted adverbial word mat, create your own exciting sentences.
Think about how you can add adjectives and adverbs to make your writing more interesting.
Read the powerpoint and then have a look at the different examples of newspaper articles.
Underline or make a list of the features you have found.
Think about the purpose of newspapers- who are they for, why are they written and how are they important?
Think about the section in The Railway Children where Mother becomes ill.
What is wrong with her? How do the children react when she is so ill?
Using the information below, read the text carefully and create your own comprehension questions for a partner to answer.