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Maths

 

Year 3

Lesson 5 - Compare lengths (recap)

https://vimeo.com/505647236

 

Year 4

Lesson 13 - Subtract fractions (recap)

https://vimeo.com/507527822

English

 

WALT: self assess our work using a checklist.

 

Today's lesson we are going to self assess our own work. Self assessment is when you mark your own work, looking for set criteria. There is also a section where your teacher for the day can assess you too. 

 

Read through your work and see if you have these or not. Tick or cross to show it it has been achieved. If it hasn't been included, then this is something that you need to put into your work. It is important that in each of your instructions you include an imperative verb and a fronted adverbial.

 

Here is the checklist to use:

Reading

 

The Abominables by Eva Ibbotson. Chapter 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qR6SVaohXAQ

 

Lesson 3 - Explanation

Explanation: comparing feelings of the character: Agatha 

 

In today's lesson, we want to look at how Lady Agatha would feel being kidnapped compared to how she does feel. 

 

Here are some questions to support your learning.

  • How do you think Agatha would feel after being kidnapped?
  • How does she actually feel when being kidnapped?
  • How does the author portray (show) this? 

 

Use this to support you when making your explanations. 

 

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