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Wednesday, 6th April 2022

Good Morning! 

 

This morning we are going to start the day with shared text Reading 8:40 - 9:00

 

9:00 - 9:05 Register

 

Then, let's kick off the day with some GPS sentence work.

 

9:05 - 9:30 GPS

'You do'

Pupil Task:

Self mark.

Punctuate the Passage

'You do'

Print off, stick in your books and re-write correctly on the page in your book.

Think about presentation and layout, as well as punctuation!

Self mark with your group.

ANSWERS:

It's break time already!

Enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.

10:40 - 11:00 Assembly

 

11:00 - 12:00 MATHS 

 

11:00 - 11:15

Please complete your next arithmetic sheets and then peer or self mark them.

 

11:15 - 11:25

Let's get our brains maths shape!

Flashback learning - keep all those previously learnt areas of maths to the forefront of your mind.

'You do'

                        

PUPIL TASK

Cut and stick in pupil books. 

4 to a page.

Self mark and discuss answers and methods used.

Address any errors and misconceptions.

ANSWERS

11:25 - 12:00

Adult led discussion and practical explore tasks:

'I do, we do'

Fast finishers:

'You do'

Roll two dice to create 2-digit integers - do this three times: once for the length, once for the height and once for the depth measurement.

 

This will be good revision for the column multiplication method as well!

 

Can you take this one step further and create one and two place decimal numbers for your 3 measurements, and then calculate?

 

I understand you have some work still to complete from yesterday as well.

Time for lunch!

Enjoy the fresh air - keep active.

Eat up all your lunch and keep hydrated.

 

This afternoon - you have:

Worldviews and Religious Education

Make sense of belief:

• Can I identify and explain Hindu beliefs, e.g. dharma, karma, samsara, moksha, using technical terms accurately

 

Understand the impact:

• Make clear connections between Hindu beliefs about dharma, karma, samsara and moksha and ways in which Hindus live

 

Make connections:

• Make connections between Hindu beliefs studied (e.g. karma and dharma), and explain how and why they are important to Hindus

Adult discussion information with pupils.

What might you call a dharma?

Can you write your own definition for it?

Write down the dharmas which are important to you and your family.

Adult information

Adult and pupil shared information

'I do, we do'

Shared reading

'We do'

                         

Independent reading comprehension task

'You do'

ANSWERS

COMPUTING:

So far this term you have been:

  • researching facts about the Grand Canyon, Arizona, Texas and Mexico.
  • working in groups of 5/6 and create a fact booklet between yourselves.
  • researched more about the physical landscape and gathered 3 images to use in Geog.
  • created a montage of geographical features of Grand Canyon, Arizona
  • began to research Mexico
  • created a fact file about Mexico: continent, capital, population, language & attractions

 

This week I would like you to:

  • complete your group's information booklet (working in groups), consider layout, information and create a flag using IT - each person should have a role in order to have a finished resource to share facts and all you have researched with others. 
  • Make sure it is attractive, appealing and make the reader want to look inside and read more.

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