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Your writing task today is to look over what you written and think about how it can be improved.

 

Look at the PowerPoints to guide you at the sort of things you should be looking for.

To begin this lesson, look at the ‘In Focus’ task.

What is the question asking you to find?

 

How can you draw a bar model to represent the information from the question?

 

Would it be better to use a part–whole or comparison model? Why?

 

Draw the bars for Box A and Box B. Fill in as much information on the model as possible.

What calculation is needed to find out the excess in the bar representing Box A?

 

During Guided Practice, you will be solving more word problems using comparison bar models.

LO: To be able to explore Stone Age.

 

Introduction

The Stone Age is split into 3 main periods. (Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic.)

Look at the PowerPoints and think about the shelter, diet, tools, and jobs- hunting and farming.

 

Follow the link below to get further understanding of todays lesson.

 

The Stone Age is usually split into three different periods. In this lesson, you will learn the names of these different periods and what developments humans made during each of them.

 

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/what-were-the-different-periods-in-the-stone-age-crtkad

 

Complete the worksheet. Write as much detail as possible when completing  the worksheet.

After you have completed the task, compare your daily activities to Mesolithic people’s lives, for example, similarities and differences.

 

Key Vocabulary:

chronological, timeline, Stone Age, Iron Age, Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic.

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