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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 9th Febraury 2021

Tuesday 9th February 2021

 

Time

Learning

9-9:10

Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on youtube.com

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Cosmic Yoga

https://www.youtube.com/c/CosmicKidsYoga/videos

9:10- 9:25

TTRockstars.

Make sure you complete 2 studio sessions and 2 sound checks before going on the garage. Feel free to challenge me!

9:25 – 9:40

Class zoom meeting

9:40-10:40

English

 

LO: To be able to write persuasively for different purposes. (GROW)

SC1: I can identify what makes a persuasive piece of writing.

SC2: I can edit to ensure my writing is effective.

SC3: I can write including language which appeals to the target audience.

 

 

 

My tutorial will talk you through the steps of the lesson. You can watch it at the start of the lesson and then refer back to it as your progress through the slides. 

Task 1 (5 minute warm up)- Match the feature to the example. There are different levels of challenge for this task.

Task 2 (Main task)- Thinking about the reason for your persuasive letter, continue to plan for the areas we have revisited today. You’ll need to think about your target audience. 

Supporting resource  - 09.02.2021 planning grid

Task 3- Reflection. This is really important as you should reflect on the quality of your plan before writing it tomorrow. 

10:40-11:00

Break time/snack time

11:00 – 11:45

Guided Reading

LO: To be able to understand plausible predictions.

SC1: I can use the text to support my own predictions.

SC2: I can recognise which predictions are plausible and which are not.

SC3: I can make my own plausible predictions.

Pick your level of challenge from the table below.

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Watch the video of me reading the text.

 

The texts starts with, ‘Hiccup thought.  And thought.’

Create an image to explain what you think Hiccup was thinking about. You may want to include a brief written explanation of what you’ve drawn.

Read today’s text.

 

Answer the following questions. 

 

1.     Yesterday you thought about whether or not the boys would be welcomed back into the tribe if they defeated the dragon. Have your thoughts changed or not? Why?

2.     How has the story developed in this part of the text?

3.     Have the changes made you feel more or less confident about Hiccup becoming a hero?

4.     Do you think the tribes will defeat their assigned dragon or not? Why do you think this?

Read today’s text.

Answer the following questions. Use evidence from the text in each response. 

1.     Yesterday you thought about whether or not the boys would be welcomed back into the tribe if they defeated the dragon. Have your thoughts changed or not? Why?

2.     How has the story developed in this part of the text?

3.     Have the changes made you feel more or less confident about Hiccup becoming a hero?

4.     Do you think the tribes will defeat their assigned dragon or not? Why do you think this?

 

                                                                                                          

 

 

 

11:45 – 12:45

Maths

LO: To be able to know what the area is
SC1: I can identify what the area means
SC2: I can understand how to find the area
SC3: I can use jottings to help me find the area

For this lesson we are going to be moving on from the perimeter and on to the area. This is a little different in that the area is the inside of a shape and the perimeter is around the outside of a shape. ]

 

 

Today, we are taking a small step into the area and making the transition as easy as possible. 

Things to remember

  • The area is the inside of a shape
  • Find the area by counting the squares

Have a look at the video I have uploaded to help you work through the questions. 

 

As well as, the worked example below if you need it. 

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/PDgJzha8OT5mJs4Zw8xnfOzz5hN4WzVsqqt9kGvnEZdyLx4-9oAGI1IziwdfJN9qw4RHCq7hW59GHxqp29q_uFM4JEaty4zRGxH4ZdGZ6gw1_tlhaB4q-VyeKBfeEw

12:45- 1:45

Lunch

1:45 - 2:20

Experience

LO: To be able to know how the ear works
SC1: I can identify how vibration affects sound waves
SC2: I can identify how volume affects sound waves
SC3: I can understand how pitch affects sound waves

Today we are going to be looking at how the ear works. Have a look at the knowledge you need to do this investigation below. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgffr82/articles/zx9hcj6

For this lesson, we are going to be conducting another investigation with sound. We know basically how the ear works and that the eardrum vibrates with the sound and that sends a message to the brain. 

We are going to be running an investigation to the outer ear. The parts on the side of your head. They help us catch the sound waves and funnel them towards our eardrum. 

Have a look at the video to introduce the investigation below. 

 

 

I have broken it down into steps as well to help if you need it. 

Step 1

Get a piece of paper and a cliip on youtube to play and listen to

Step 2

Roll it into a cone and measure the opening on the cone

Step 3 

Listen to a sound and hear how well you can hear it. Then listen to it with the cone against your ear Write down how well you hear it compared to without the cone. 

Step 4 

Repeat the same steps but use a smaller or bigger cone. 

Step 5

When you have done this with 3 or 4 different sized cones, have a look at our data. Is there a pattern with the size of the cone and how well you hear something? 

Can you give an explanation in a couple of sentences? 

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/D9GvdIHRi7c1B62i5kcXLxYUPSdvsEKWTbKRbN-3TCVqehzbxtKS2xTXWJX8GMUHjrnExhFWWpGRmgeIkmpLlpN2tAV5sl1aamNzPdBFnTS4z4q6ZopWjxmbjYMmCw

2:20- 2:50

Safer Internet day

 

 

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/FjHKSePjITfZmoIPyh_quh0GCWOcz1tV6UHjpxCRFwr755Yd7RAE-YvU-0IPO8wUOuNzBuYHEVE2TTWfThueCzgySFQmEa1b7thRNsniUqhTsKvKysMCs85YkwFGag

2:50 - 3:00

Wellbeing and Rights Respecting

 

 

Collective Worship-

 

 

 

3:00 - 3:15

Class Reader

 

 

 


 

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