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# 11.02.21

MATHS-

Today in Maths we are looking at bar graphs and how this is another way of showing information.

GP: Use the bar graph to answer the questions.

Workbook question 1:

Use the information in the table to fill in the bar graph. Look at the picture below, the first one has been done for you.

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Question 2:

Use the information to complete the bar graph. Look at the picture below, the first one has been done for you.

Question 3: Complete the bar chart using the information from the table.

Be as neat as you can!

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TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE-

Watch the videos below and count along as you watch!

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Today in Guided Reading you're going to use your inference skills to think how Vulgar might be feeling at different points in the chapter.

1st task: Draw a picture of Vulgar at the start of the chapter, the middle and the end. Your picture should reflect how he is feeling.

2nd task: State how you think he is feeling? Is he interested in the battle at the start of the chapter? How does this change as the chapter goes on therefore how does his feelings change?

3rd task: State what clues you used from the text to make you think this (Inference!)

WRITING-

Your discussion now is really starting to take shape!

So far you have:

-An introduction to the discussion.

-A paragraph discussing positive reasons to live in North America.

A paragraph discussing positive reasons to live in the U.K.

Today you're going to write your final paragraph! In this paragraph you need to:

-Bring the discussion to a close, talk about what you've discussed.

-State your opinion (Where would you rather live and why?)

-Finish your paragraph with a question.

Underneath there is a picture of my concluding paragraph.

PINK WORDS: To start your paragraph!

SPELLINGS-

GROUP 1-

Words with –ture ending

creature

furniture

picture

nature

Word list

disappear

early

GROUP 2-

could

cried

morning

most

move

under

use

other

our

wild

Today in RSHE we're continuing to look at bullying, today we're focusing on how we should react to bullying!

Firstly, go through the powerpoint.

Afterwards, read the different scenarios and think about how you would respond to each scenario.

Then, fill the sheet in with your response to each scenario.

Finally, look at Olivia's scenario, can you write a short letter reassuring Oliva that everything will be okay and telling Olivia what she should do and what you're going to do so that the issue will be resolved.