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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 26th February 2021

 

Time

Learning

8:30-9:00

Our Teams call. 

Please bring paper and a pen to record your answers to our 'Who wants to be a 

millionaire?' quiz. Can you win one million pounds this morning? 

Also have a think about something you have learnt, achieved or are proud of this week to share with the class. 

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 understand how to solve problems involving measurements (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1. I can find fractional quantities of volume and capacity amounts

2. I can divide and multiply to volume and capacity amounts

3. I can convert between millilitres and litres when necessary

 

Starter: To play the game ‘measure millionaire’ on the PowerPoint in the attachments. Make sure you have the PowerPoint on full screen in order to play his game.

The questions get harder as the money increases.

Can you use your knowledge of converting measures to win £1,000,000?

 

Today you are going to learn how to find fractions on different amounts.

Watch the tutorial

 

 

For more support watch the second tutorials and complete the activities on it.

 

 

Tasks:

Challenge 1: Green- Finding fractions of volume and capacity amounts

Challenge 2: Orange- Finding fractions of volume and capacity amounts and then starting to solve problems including addition and subtraction

Challenge 3: Red- Finding fractions of volume and capacity amounts and then starting to solve problems including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

 

Extension: To create your own questions finding fractions of amounts linked to volume and capacity. Use the challenges above as a guide to help you with this task.

Top tip: Make sure your fraction is divisible into your amount.

 

Write your evaluative comment linked to the success criteria.

 

Remember the answers are provided in the attachments so please self-mark and let me know how you did.  

10:45 11:10

Break

11:10- 12:40

Literacy and Geography

L.O: To show my understanding of the Arctic and Antarctica (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1) I can explain the geographical similarities and difference between the Arctic and Antarctica

2) I can explain about historical polar explorers

3) I can use technical vocabulary

 

Read/listen to the text:

 

Task: Today you are going to complete your guide to the Arctic and Antarctica. This is your second session on this task.

Challenge 1: In your guide include at least: both the geographical features of the Arctic and Antarctica and about at least one polar explorer of your choice.

Challenge 2: In your guide include at least: An introduction to your guide, the similarities and difference between the Arctic and Antarctica, at least two polar explorers and another area of your choice.

Challenge 3: In your guide, after your detailed introduction provide an extensive account of what you have learnt about the Arctic and Antarctica, focusing on the geographic features-comparing and contrasting them, historical expeditions, what is happening currently happening there-including the impact of climate change. You can also include an area of your choice if you wish.

 

 

When doing this task remember to:

  • Think about what it is important for your audience to know.
  • Use your plan to help you structure your guide
  • Use headings, sub-headings, rhetorical questions
  • Include diagrams, pictures and maps to illustrate your points
  • Consider your layout
  • Take care with the presentation of guide- you have had two days to do this task
  • Aim high and produce the best guide you can-article 6

12:30- 1:30

Lunch

1:30-2:30

Please complete one of the afternoon tasks set by Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor.

 

 

 

2:30-3:10

Well-being

 

 

3:10-3:20

 Story time: The Kid Who Came From Space

 

 

 

 

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