To begin with lets think about some of the key words you have been using over the last few days:
Use a dictionary to write a description of what they mean:
These words are examples of abstract nouns:
An abstract noun is something you cant touch, taste or see like a regular noun. Abstract nouns are feelings, emotions or ideas. Watch the video to see other examples:
Let's create abstract noun poems about the key words we are thinking about. Here are two examples of an abstract noun poems:
What do you notice? How are they similar and how are they different?
Both poems use the same structure.
Your task is to write an abstract noun poem using the same format. Use the planning sheet to to help you. Pick one of our key words as your abstract noun.
Download your planning sheet here:
Send in your poems and you can publish them on purple mash too! See of you can write more than one and don't forget to send them into us!
So far we have learnt about key people who took part made a difference during the civil rights movement.
Let's put the key people and events onto a timeline. Here are some of the key events but they are not in the correct order. Match the events with the correct date then place them on a timeline.
Remember your timeline needs to be in chronological order.
You can present your timeline using pictures or text or both! Send in a picture to us of your work!
Have a great day of learning and remember to log onto purple mash and share your work!
Salma, Aoife and Clare :)