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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Time

Learning 

9-9:30 

Joe Wicks is no longer running on a Tuesday but you can go back and do one of your favourites from his other workouts. Or alternatively you could have a look at other exercise options e.g. cosmic Yoga, Just Dance, Zumba, Les Mills for kids etc. 

Get yourself moving and exercising as it will set you up for a great day of learning!! 

9:30 – 9:50 

Spelling

At the bottom of the page is the year 3 and 4 statutory words spelling activity book. Do not complete the whole thing today. You will do a little bit each day. Only complete 20 mins of practise. These are the words set by the government so you are assessed on these. Take your time and make sure you know them.

9:50-10:30 

This week we will be using Oak Academy to help our learning.

Click on the link below to complete the lesson. You will do a quiz to see what you already know, watch a tutorial and complete activities. There will be far less printing and at the beginning of each session they will tell you what resources you need. Let me know if you need anything.

LO: to calculate the area of simple rectilinear shapes 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/area-part-2-calculating 

10:30-11:00 

Break time/snack time 

11:00 – 11:45 

LO: to write an action plan for the English outcome 

SC1: I can identify what I need to learn (knowledge) 

SC2: I can list what I need to develop (skills) 

SC3: I can explain what resources I need to be able to complete my project 

An action plan is a checklist for the steps or tasks you need to complete in order to achieve the goals you have set. It’s an essential part of the planning process and helps with improving you time management and making sure you reach your end goal on time. Your action plan should include: 

A description of the goal to be achieved  

Tasks/ steps that need to be carried out to reach the goal 

When will these tasks be completed  

Resources needed to complete the tasks 

What’s great about having everything listed down on one location is that it makes it easier to track progress and effectively plan things out. 

An action plan is not something set in stone. As your project grows, you will have to revisit and make adjustments to meet the latest needs. 

You need to: write out what your outcome for the English part of your project is. Work out what you need to learn and where you are going to find the information. You need to think about the skills you already have to achieve the end task and what you may need to work on. Finally identify the resources you need or the people you will need to help you. Try and think about when each thing will need to be done by in order to get to your final outcome. Have a look at my example to help you but you can lay this out in any way you want to. 

11:45- 12:15 

TTRockstars or Hit the button

Practise your times tables or number facts to keep your recall as fast as possible.

12:15- 1:15 

Lunch 

1:15- 2:00 

LO: to write an action plan for the foundation subject outcome 

SC1: I can identify what I need to learn (knowledge) 

SC2: I can list what I need to develop (skills) 

SC3: I can explain what resources I need to be able to complete my project 

Just like this morning, you need to create an action plan for the foundation subject of your project. Your knowledge, skills and resources are likely to be different to the actions on your English plan as what your end goal is will be different. Make sure you think about time periods and targets to set yourself to help you make sure that you achieve your outcome. Again, have a look at mine as a guide but you will need to create one that is personalised to your own project. 

2:00- 2:30 

Exercise – e.g. mindfulness yoga, fresh air in the garden, run up and down the stairs seeing if you can get faster every time! 

2:30-3:00 

Video – the process we go through to get to the final professional outcome 

LO: to understand how we create a professional outcome 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHP6oGgFLP8 

Watch my video to look at how we go through our learning journeys at school to get to a really professional outcome. Then, for the final part of the afternoon, see if you can identify what you will need to do for each part of the tasc wheel on your own learning journey. 

Using the TASC wheel in planning | Reflections of a Trainee ...

3:00 – 3:15 

Federation Story Time!! 

 

 

 

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