1st Class: Poetry - Songs and Repetitive Poems (Week 2 of 2)

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This interactive presentation includes 5 interesting and engaging lessons relating to Songs and Repetitive Poems. This exciting week of learning involves pupils actively engaging in their learning through performances and song writing. They will focus on the song ‘London’s Burning’ paying particular attention to its repetition, syllables and its use of the present tense. Children will enjoy creating sentences in both the past and present tense after learning how to add the -ing suffix correctly.

Week 2 of 2.


Lesson 1: To rehearse and learn a poem by heart

Lesson 2: To compose a performance with instruments

Lesson 3: To write verbs in the past and present tense

Lesson 4: To compose a verse for a song

Lesson 5: To create a class book of poems


Total Number of Slides: 30

Resources included? Yes


If necessary, this PowerPoint can be easily adapted to meet the specific needs of your class.
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