REMOTE LEARNING TIMETABLE
This week, we will be developing our knowledge of Place Value by looking at negative numbers. Recap what you already know by following the link below.
Watch the video and then complete the task which goes with it e.g. Task 1 matches lesson 1.
If you are in red group (Miss Wright's group), try the tasks labelled RED instead. You will be practising your partitioning skills, and reading and writing 3-digit numbers.
You have 2 tasks - red group, this includes you!
- PAL facts and challenges (week 12) - choose the sheet you usually do at school eg 5:1, 4:1
- Key Skills sheet - choose the Mild, Spicy or Extra Hot challenge
As you know, our new topic for Spring term is South America. To tie in with this, you are going to write a non-chronological report about a South American country of your choice.
Read the information entitled 'Spring 1-Non-Chronoloigcal Report' first and complete the tasks below.
Spring 1-Non-Chronological Report. This is your day by day teaching tool.
You will need to look at this first before you complete the tasks.
English Task 1-Brazil Report
English-Non-Chronological Report-Task 5
Today you are going to write out your non-chronological report in your exwecise book using your plan to support you.
Refer back to the flipchart at the start to remind you of the success criteria that you will need to remember.
Our new topic is South America!
Here is a glossary of some of the new vocabulary and ideas which we will explore together. You can use it to help you with your learning.
As geographers, we will be locating continents and countries.
On the world map, you need to find and label:
The Tropic of Cancer
The Tropic of Capricorn
The Northern hemisphere
The Southern hemisphere
The continent of South America
Challenge: Can you remember all the other continents?
Now look for the Prime Meridian. This runs from the North Pole to the South Pole through Greenwich, England. It is a special line because it helps us decide the different time zones in the world. Find out about time zones here: