LG: I can read information and record ideas about the topic
First… read the text about the Apollo 11 Moon Landing.
You can open the text to read here:
apollo 11 moon landing
Or watch the video to hear the text here:
Next… After reading, complete the 3, 2, 1 activity.
3 things I learned today
2 questions I have
1 thing I found interesting
Then… complete 20 minutes of independent reading. If you would like to read more about the first moon landing, you can use this link: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/history/moon-landing/
LG: I can create an information report
First… choose one of the fact sheets below and read through the dot points of researched information
Next… organise the information into subheadings and write the information as paragraphs.
Here is an example we looked at last term:
For these planet topics, you can come up with any sub-headings that you think are important. These could include things like:
Then… put your information report together, adding features such as:
Bolded topic words
If you would like to, you might want to do a little extra research to add some more information to the dot points you have been given.
Finally… you might like to audio record your presentation. Share your work on OneNote
Today you will do a maths lesson with your teacher in your small group. Come prepared with your maths book and pencil!
While you are waiting, or after your group, if you have some time, why not play another game of capture the array?
Today you are going to be playing a game. Make sure you have all the materials below :
Watch the video to see the game in action Next,
Then,Start playing the game in your maths grid book.
Remember the aim of the game is to cover your whole page in arrays, and you only have 10 turns to try to do this. Your first roll tells you how many rows you have, the second roll tells you how many are in each row. Then record your array in your book just like in the video.
Once you have completed your 10 turns, see how much of your page you have filled with arrays. Then, if you’re up for it, you might like to see how many turns it takes for you to fill your
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Today you will working in your small group with your teacher.
Please make sure you have come to the small group session with your reading book and a pencil.
LG: I can write a concrete poem.
choose an object to be the subject for your poem. First,
(It could be your favourite hobby, your favourite animal, food, sport, person or thing)
, draw a simple outline of its shape in your exercise book. Then
I chose a book.
Use the prompts below to come up with ideas for your concrete poem try and be as descriptive as possible. Next,
Why did you choose this object?
How does this object make you feel?
Why does it make you feel this way?
What does this object look like?
What does this object smell/taste like?
What does it feel like?
, highlight or underline all the important words in your sentences. Then
write the highlighted words on the outline of the shape you previously drew. Finally,
the lesson, do 20 minutes of touch typing. After
LG: I can solve addition and subtraction problems.
Today we’re going to be playing an addition and subtraction game. Head over to your groups page to find out how to play…
LG: I can identify the difference between night and day.
First , write down 3 things you know about night and day.
watch the video on day and night to find out how these work. Next,
draw what you have learned by including these words in your diagram Finally,
Here is an example
LG: I can respond to a persuasive text
today you are going to summarise and review a persuasive text. First…
read, or read and listen to the text: Next…
write a paragraph summarising the text you read. Then…
Some questions to think about as you prepare your summary are:
What is the author’s opinion?
What are their reasons? (for or against)
To challenge your thinking further, you might want to also write about the following ideas: EXTENSION:
Has the author followed the structure of persuasive text?
What key features of a persuasive text did you notice? (Don’t forget to include examples from the text)
What do you think about the word choice? (Don’t forget to include examples from the text)
Today you are going to be working with your teacher in your small group. Make sure you are prepared with your writing book and a pencil.
See you all soon!