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Monday 8th February

Reading

Today, you need to read chapter 19 of The Boy at the Back of the Class and have a think about the following questions:
 

Pg 200 Why do you think Onjali Q Rauf included a picture of Buckingham Palace? What impression of Buckingham Palace does it give you?
Pg 202 “There must be something happening” What do you think is happening? Why?
Pg 203 What does zigzagged tell you about the way they moved?
Pg 205 “…everyone fell quiet” What does this tell you about how the crowd are feeling?
Pg 208 “the exact same thought as each other” What idea do you think the narrator and Tom have had?
At the end of the chapter. What has happened to the narrator? What do you predict will happen next?

 

We will be talking about these questions in today's Zoom meeting.

Literacy
Today, we're going to plan our newspaper report on the sinking of the Titanic. Watch the video here https://youtu.be/14Xnk27rDlA to remind yourself of what we'll need to include in our plan and then complete your own plan. You can see my example plan in the video but I've also included it below just in case. You can print off the Planning Template PDF below to write on or write in your lined exercise book.

Maths

In maths today, we're going to build on our learning on Friday to start solving two-step equations. Watch the video here https://vimeo.com/503005898 and then complete the sheet below. As always, you may need to watch the video more than once and you will need to watch the video. Remember, if you're struggling, try and do the first page of the sheet. You can also find the answer sheet below to mark once you're finished. If you'd like to challenge yourself, there's a challenge sheet below. You can print this off to write on or write the answers in your book. When you're finished, check your work with the answer sheet below.

Art
Today, we'll be creating our clay model of the Titanic. First, you'll need to look carefully at the picture of the Titanic below. Think about the key features of the Titanic that you can see and what makes it so recognisable as the Titanic- these are things you'll need to include on your model. Then, sketch a design of your model. Label the important features you'll need to include along with the clay techniques and tools you'll need to use. You can print off the Design Sheet below to do this on or draw on a piece of paper. Then, it's time to make your model!
Once you're finished, I'd love to see a picture of it!
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