Hi everyone, I have got a teacher from another school coming to observe me this week (the first of a few) and am in process of trying to plan my lesson. It's all a bit last minute so would appreciate throwing some ideas around as I want the teacher to get the most out of these visits. We've been using the Simon Bartram books based around Bob (The man on the moon). We are just about to start getting into Bob's Best Ever Friend and am thinking of getting the children to write a descriptive setting (thinking of the page where an asteroid has been causing havoc and is at risk of crashing into earth). Was thinking of getting children to watch a short clip of an asteroid crash (if anyone knows one out there let me know!) or listening to some music and imagining themselves as Bob. They interview each other on what they saw, heard, felt etc and then have to write a witness report (or a speech bubble of what was said on tv). Struggling to think how to differentiate it at the moment. Thinking of getting my LAs to improve poor describing words, maybe challenging HAs by including a simile? Any advice would be much appreciated! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!