Wednesday 3rd February
Below is a timetable for you to use as a guide:
Literacy: Today we will be starting to write our own report about The Roman Army, using the report about the Celts as a guide. We started by using our story maps to re-read the Celts report to remind us of the different features we need to try and use. Watch the lesson input video and see if you can read your paragraph along with the children in the class. I have uploaded a copy of the shared write we wrote in class and have saved a copy of the boxing up notes for this paragraph. When writing your own introduction paragraph you can either type this in to word, on to dojo or write it in your writing books. If writing please can you write on every other line.
Guided Reading. Continuing with our song theme, please listen to the song This Is Me before watching the lesson input. We ended up listening to the song a few times before we answered the questions! There are 13 questions, try and answer at least 6 of them in full sentences.
Break- Keep active and gets some fresh air. There are lots of exercises you can choose from in the NetFlex folder.
Maths. We are focusing on converting from analogue to digital time and vice versa. If you are not confident with analogue time, continue to practice this in a practical way, I have also uploaded a worksheet for you to complete. If you are feeling ready to move on to digital, watch the input lesson. You will need the guided sheet with you while you are watching. This took the whole lesson for us to work through in class, so we will continue to work on this tomorrow.
Spellings. Practice the spelling rules for your new list of spellings.
Lunch- Have at least an hour and again try to get some fresh air and move about!
Times Table practice. We used the games in the Times Table Games folder to practice for our MMO test tomorrow.
Topic. I have uploaded the PowerPoint we talked through in class for you to work through, focusing on Roman Shields. We will be building up to make our own shield so your task today if to use the examples on the PowerPoint, as well as your own research, to design 4 of your own shields on the sheet.