Today is the final lesson on this chapter! You're contuniung your work on reading bar graphs to answer questions. Just like yesterday, the bar graphs are slightly harder to read so look carefully! Each line may go up in twos as appose to in ones.
GP: Use the bar graph to answer the questions.
Workbook sheets: Use all of the information from the different bar graphs to answer the questions. For some of the questions you will need to use column method so make sure you show your working.
TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE-
Complete the 7x table grid- record your time and attempt to beat it later in the week!
In the live lesson today we read more from chapter 2 and 3 and completed different summarisation activities. For today's task you're going to use your summarisation skills to complete three different activities.
Activity 1: Use the sentence stems to summarise the chapter so far.
Activity 2: Pretend you're sending a text message to your best friend and you need to tell them all about chapters 2 and 3, keep it under the word count!
Activity 3: A newspaper has contacted you and they need a headline for the two chapters, it's your job to give them one! How could one headline summarise both chapters?
Today Mr Wonka, you're going to write the introduction for your letter of invitation! This is a very short paragraph that tells the children of the world what your letter is an invite to and how children will receive the prize (The golden ticket).
In your introduction you need to include an expanded noun phrase to describe your factory.
An expanded noun phrase adds more detail to the noun by adding two adjectives.
E.G. 'my magnificent, extraordinary factory is sure to make anyone fall in love with the wonderful world of chocolate!'
Underneath, there is a template for an expanded noun phrase that you can use. Make sure use the bank of adjectives!
Go through the powerpoint which talks about culture in Scotland. Then chose a different activity from the one you did yesterday!
The suffix –ous