But then there is a little twist at the end that stops us feeling sorry for him. Use description to show the juxtaposition between the robot and the butterfly.
This enchanting animated short film follows a visitor from another world as it starts its journey on Earth. Write dialogue with purpose. His red, tear-rimmed eyes glared up at his mother.
Lots of pauses and discussions are needed to allow the children to truly understand and engage with what is going on.
Download Punctuation pitfalls — direct speech in Word format Download Punctuation pitfalls. For example: Verb tenses usually shift back a tense into the past Word order often needs to change Pronouns often need to change Words indicating place and time need to change By Year 6 children should be setting out speech and punctuating it correctly in their stories.
This one is for mature KS2 children and above. Maybe she's a witch! The use of simile and metaphor to describe imagery and the personification of celestial objects. It is although something is dragging it upwards, Teaching Ideas I would use this film as a story starter.
The robot wants one thing - to be able to smile.