Read aloud the start of a modelled version of a letter from Macbeth to his wife, based
on the plans made in the previous lesson. Note down any words or phrases they would like to use. What are the key elements of the letter? Think about what worked well in the letter and complete relative clause challenge from powerpoint.
Using notes from previous lesson and the activity resource create a first draft of a letter from Macbeth.
Work through presentation converting capacity and solving problems involving capacity before moving on to activity sheet.
Complete activity sheet, you may have to copy some things into your book to complete some questions (unless you can print sheets at home). Choose the star level you usually work on and check answers once completed.
Once complete if you need a challenge try the extension sheet.
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