Good morning Ash Class. It is important that you fit your learning into a time table which works best for you, but below is our suggested format for you. Please remember if you have any problems with today's work to send Miss Bridges and Mrs Causer an email at email@example.com. We would also love to see photographs of your work today. Good luck with your challenges.
Read the scenarios in these cards. What is your view? How would you help the person in each of these scenarios?
Starter: Round to the nearest 100
Have a look at these statements- do you agree? Write sentences to explain your ideas- you might start them with: I agree/disagree with Hasaan because...
Main: Recognise and begin to interpret pictograms
Today we are starting our new unit on handling data. Today we are looking at pictograms. Look at the pictogram below.
Let's complete Babble Gabble: Write down five things you can see in this pictogram:
CLICK HERE to Follow the Oak Academy online lesson here to work on interpreting pictograms with Miss Hill.
During the lesson with Miss Hill, she will ask you to complete the following activity:
Starter: To use standard English (was/were did/done)
Main: To recognise and use subordinating conjunctions.
Use the video/ Powerpoint to explore different subordinating conjunctions.
You could visit the BBC website for support on this topic, by clicking here.
Write at least four sentences about this diagram as you can (it’s a machine which helps you get ready for school- you can name it whatever you like!)
LO: To explore vocabulary from a text and understand it's meaning
We know how important it is to understand what we read. Making sure we understand all of the words really help. Revisit the words you looked at yesterday. Are you sure you know the meaning of all of the words?
LO: To observe over time.
Starter: Revisit last week's lesson. Can you remember, why habitats may change? What effect can humans have on the habitats of animals?
Look at these slides to hep you remember...
Look at the following words. Can you explain what they mean to somebody in your family, without saying the word itself?
Deforestation Pollution Urbanisation Invasive species
One of the key skills for Scientific Enquiry is to be able to observe over time.
Visit the BBC website to introduce yourself to the topic of observing over time. Click on the picture below to load it:
Today we are going to focus on one specific habitat which has been changing: The polar Ice caps.
CLICK here to visit the Science Sparks website for more information on the polar ice caps.
Today we are going to create an experiment where we must use our observing over time skills. You could design your own experiment- or use the one on the Science Sparks website above.
Today we are going to be designing a healthy sandwich. Below you will find a checklist of what our sandwich should have in it.
Firstly let us recap the following words.
Product: What we are making (Sandwich)
User: The person who our product is intended for (ourselves)
Purpose: The reason why we are making the product. (A healthy lunch for a walk around our local area)
Now take a look at the check list.
On a piece of paper carefully draw your sandwich and the fillings you choose. Use labels to show what you plan to use. Make sure you show an adult as you may not have all of your ideas at home.
Then write a paragraph about how your sandwich is a good choice for you. Think back to the words we used in our first DT lesson.