Watch the short film below, it's called Rock, Paper, Scissors! Can you think why?
We're going to think about the different emotions seen in the story and how each character is different. Watch the film and think about which character shows these emotions:
Write on each emotion whether you see it in Rock, Paper or Scissors.
Then see if you can write a summary of the events from the point of view of one of the characters. Use the emotions that they show to help you create your writing... are they a positive or negative character? How would this effect how they see things?
Imagine if Scissors survived and managed to escape! How would we find him to hold him to account for his crimes? Create a WANTED poster to help track him down. Make sure you include a detailed description of the character. Remember he's dangerous - how will you show this in your description? Here's some vocabulary you may find helpful...
Imagine living in this magical location...
It is a place of wonder and magic! How could you describe it? Take on the role of Paper and describe your walk through the forest (before Scissor's attack!).
Here's a starter to get you going (if you want it)...
Gliding gracefully down through the maze of trees, I am overcome by the sweet scene of lavender. The peace and tranquillity is divine. I can't help but enjoy the sound of birds...
Consider your senses: What can you see, smell, hear, touch?
Can you retell the story? You can use your work from Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to help. You may want to do it from a perspective of a character or just retell the events. It's your choice! You can share your writing on the blog if you want us to see it!
Follow the link below to access Mrs Considine's writing lesson - she goes live at 9:45am. You will follow along with her, and then create your own write based on a video. You can then submit your posts and she picks some to share! You can also share what you write with us on Twitter or our class blogs. She posts the link on Twitter.