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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 12th February 2021

Happy Friday/last day of term Woodpeckers,

I hope you are doing well.

 

Well done for all the amazing work you have completed this term. You have all worked really hard and shown superb resilience. Miss Barnes and I are so incredibly proud of you all and are counting down the days until we are all back together in class. 

 

Please see below for today's learning. Remember to watch all the videos and read the instructions carefully.

Send me your work once it is completed, so I can see how well you are doing in your learning and provide you with feedback. Some brilliant pieces of work will be added to our class celebration page. 

 

See you at 2:40-3:10 for our zoom quiz. 

 

Wishing you a lovely day and the best half-term holiday you can possibly have.

Best wishes,

Miss Stuart 

RStuart@inspirefederation.co.uk

Time

Learning

9:00-9:30

Exercise-Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on you-tube) or an exercise of your choice.

9:30-10:45

Maths

L.O: To show my understanding of ratio, proportion and scale factors (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1. I can give clear explanations and modelled examples

2. I can write my own questions and answers

3. I can consider the layout, presentation and content of my guide

 

Today you are going to create a maths guide on ratio, proportion and scale

factors for Year 5 children.

 

 

Challenge 1: To select either ratio, proportion or scale factors to create your guide on. 

Challenge 2: To create a guide on two of the following: ratio, proportion and scale factors. 

Challenge 3: To create a guide using ratio, proportion and scale factors. To

include misconceptions (things that Year 5 might misunderstand) that could arise. 

 

Remember to:

  • ·Explain what ratio, proportion and scale factors are
  • ·Include when/where they are used in everyday life
  • · Give examples of each and explain how to work out the ratio, proportion and scale factors
  • · Write your own questions and provide the answers on ratio, proportion and scale factors
  • ·Look back at the tutorials and challenge completed to help you
  • Think about how you can maintain the interest of your Year 5 reader-for example you could use rhetorical questions, headings, sub-heading, bullet points, diagrams, pictures  

Extension: To film yourself giving a tutorial on ratio, direct proportion or scale factors that we can share with the Year 5 children across the Federation. Think about how you will explain each step and what you will need to model to them. 

10:45 11:10

Break

11:10- 12:40

English and Geography

L.O: To understand the impact of climate change on the Arctic region (know: understand)

Success criteria:

1. I can use appropriate geographical vocabulary to describe some of the physical and human features of the polar regions

2. I can recognise the positive and negative impact that people have on the environment

3. I can offer reasons and explanations for what I learn about polar regions

 

Reading: Focus summarising

Read/listen to the text Climate Change in the Arctic region on the link and in the attachments below. 

 

 

https://wickedweatherwatch.org.uk/climate-change/

Answer the following questions:

a) Explain why a small increase in temperature can have a ‘huge impact.’

b) Summarise in your own words how climate change is affecting the people and animals in the Arctic region.

c) Summarise the arguments against climate change happening

d) ‘Climate change only affects people in the Arctic region.’ Do you agree with this statement? Use evidence to support your answer.

Watch the video clips on climate change in the Arctic and make notes in your own words, using geographical vocabulary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More challenging video below. To watch if you want to be challenged with the scientific and geographical language used and the areas introduced. 

 

 

 

 

 

Task: To present the information you have learnt about the impact of climate change on the Arctic region. You also have some time given this afternoon to complete this task. 

Challenge 1: To create a detailed mind map or a detailed poster on what you have learnt today on climate change in the Arctic region. 

Challenge 2: To create a multiple choice quiz (aim for at least 8 questions) on climate change in the Arctic region.

Challenge 3: To create a PowerPoint presenting what you have learnt (in your own words) on climate change in the Arctic region. 

 

Remember to:

  • Consider your audience-how can you engage them in what you have learnt?
  • Include the most relevant information
  • Consider your layout and presentation
  • Use geographical vocabulary and make sure explain what it means to your audience

Aim high-Article 6

 

 

 

Extension: To carry out your own independent research on The Arctic and Antarctica-select an area that you would like to know more about and put this 

information in your own words. 

12:30- 1:30

Lunch

1:30-2:30

English and Geography

L.O: To understand the impact of climate change on the Arctic region (know: understand)

Success criteria:

1. I can use appropriate geographical vocabulary to describe some of the physical and human features of the polar regions

2. I can recognise the positive and negative impact that people have on the environment

3. I can offer reasons and explanations for what I learn about polar regions

 

To complete your task from this morning. 

 

2;30-

2:40

Well-being

 

 

 

 

challenge set by Mrs Smith

2:40-3:10

Zoom class with Woodpeckers class

3:10-3:20

 Story time

 

 

 

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