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LO: To develop oral language and ideas to plan a narrative.

 

SC: I can plan and ask questions to help me gain an in-depth understanding of a character.

 

I can listen to and look at a character’s behaviour to get an in-depth understanding about them.

 

I can use ideas read, shared and discussed to help me get into the role of a character.

 

Key Vocabulary:

bellowing low voice, rumbled, terribly, indescribable, monstrosity, think scaly skins, fangs, claws, horns, body, tail, tongue terribly fanged, terribly hairy 

 

Your task today to orally rehearse and tell the story to an adult. Include good language features covered so far in your learning i.e. similes, expanded noun phrases, rule of three etc.

 

You are the to then plan the middle of the story.

 

 

To begin this lesson, you will start with the ‘In Focus’ task. Do you know at least one way to solve this problem?

 

Do you know of any other ways to solve this problem? What about using Base 10 materials or the number bond method? Could either of these support subtractions here?

 

During Guided Practice, you will be subtracting ones from 3-digit numbers without regrouping or renaming.

LO: To investigate and group magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

 

In this lesson you will investigate and group magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

Can you think of magnetic and non -magnetic objects in your home?

Follow the PowerPoint presentation and then complete the first worksheet (is it magnetic?-make prediction and test) and 2 (group magnetic and non-magnetic materials)

 

Key Vocabulary:

push, force, materials, magnet, poles, south pole, north pole, attract, repel, electromagnetic, magnetism, magnetic, non-magnetic

 

You can also follow the link below to further look at how we can tell if a material is magnetic or not and also learn how to make our own magnets!

 

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/how-can-we-tell-if-a-material-is-magnetic-or-not-cmtpar

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