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Monday 19th October 2020

Maths

Please write today's date and L.O. in your book:

19.10.20

L.O.: To understand and use inverse operations.

 

Starter - Daily Ten

Follow the link below to play the 'Daily Ten' game. Click 'Play game', choose 'Level 5', then 'Digit values'. You can select how long you get between each question. To have no time limit, click manual. The answers will appear at the end so you can mark your work.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10 

Main activity:

Click this link
 to watch a helpful video explaining today's learning. Then answer the questions below in your book. 

English

Please write today's date and L.O. in your book:

Monday 19th October 2020

L.O.: To continue a narrative and introduce a new character.

Starter

Read pages 118-129 of The Legend of Podkin One-Ear. Click on each image below to enlarge it.

Discuss:

What do you think is going to happen next? Who is threatening Podkin? What will he/she do to him? Where will he/she take them? 

 

Task

Continue the narrative, describing the new, evil character who enters the story and what happens to the children.

 

Success Criteria

Description of character, setting and atmosphere

Dialogue

Punctuation

Paragraphs

R.E.

L.O. To know the story of Jesus' Baptism in the River Jordan.

 

Watch the following youtube clip showing the story of Jesus' Baptism (Parents - please supervise your child when using youtube): 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3xUIcCqAjU 

 

Imagine you had gone to John for Baptism.

How might you have viewed John?

What would you have told the neighbours when you got home?

How might John have felt about his special role and responsibility?

Did he fit in with the crowd or was he different from them? Think of his clothes and the things he ate.

How do we react when we are in close contact with people who are different?

 

Task

Write an account of John’s arrival at the River Jordan from John’s point of view and the reaction of the people at that time.